Rogue One Sold a Whole Lot of Tickets Already, So You Should Buy Yours Now If You Don’t Want to Be Some Scruffy-Looking Nerf Herder

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Sure, tickets for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, have only been on sale for 24 hours, but if you haven't bought your seats in advance yet, you might have to exile yourself to Tatooine to avoid any spoilers on December 15, opening day. According to Deadline, both Fandango and movetickets.com saw staggering sales when the tickets became available on November 28. Movietickets.com reported 76 percent of their ticket sales went to the space opera, while Moana came in second with just 5 percent. Meanwhile, Fandango revealed the site had "extraordinary demand for tickets to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  Within minutes of going on sale, we sold hundreds of thousands of tickets." Still, it is unlikely Rogue One will break the Force Awakens record, which brought in over $100 million in advance sales and $247.96 million total during its opening weekend last December.