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There's already 'Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker' spoilers on Wikipedia

Here's how to find (or avoid) them.

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If you don’t want to know how Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ends, you should probably just stay off the internet entirely until you see the movie for yourself. Case in point, even Wikipedia has Star Wars spoilers. I won’t link to it here, but if you’re curious, just do a quick search for Rey’s Wiki page and see if you notice anything… interesting.

Even before the Rise of Skywalker premiere, spoilers for the final movie in the Skywalker saga were surprisingly common. Successful leakers like Jason Ward of Making Star Wars have made a living just spilling the details of the upcoming film, and there’s an entire subreddit devoted to pouring over each new leak — along with original spoilers from the subreddit’s moderator. Burger King even ran a promotional campaign earlier this month where fans had to read and repeat internet-sourced spoilers to get a free burger.

The good news is that Rise of Skywalker is almost in theaters. If you can wait just one more day you might be able to see it before someone spoils the ending — assuming you managed to score opening night tickets, that is.

Of course, if you’re the type of person who loves reading spoilers, we’re happy to point you in the right direction too. This particular detail about Rey’s arc in Star Wars: Episode IX has been out in the wild for a surprisingly long time. To find out what it is just click this link 👉 SPOILERS.

For a spoiler-free preview of the movie, check out these articles:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters December 20, but early screenings start tomorrow night!

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