Hoth-like Weather Hits Rogue One Night – Canadians Refuse to SurrenderDecember 15, 2016
The weather outside is frightful but the lure of a new Star Wars film is too delightful too resist. Despite the plunging temperature, painfully freezing wind chill and whiteout snow conditions here in Ontario, Star Wars fans are embracing the rebellious spirit and fighting through the Hoth-like weather to make it to the Rogue One opening night.
— Graeme Klim (@gklim91) December 15, 2016
— Paola Paulino (@paopaulino) December 15, 2016
It feels like -20 with the wind chill and transit is being delayed and cancelled across the board, but nothing will stop these rebels from from achieving their dreams and reaching the theatre. Not a winter storm, not hours of traffic, not even a frozen Tauntaun will hinder their journey. They’ll walk if they have to. They’ll find a way.
Chill out Han that’s totally how the Force works.
It’s looking like most of this weekend will continue to resemble a scene on the ice planet, so to everyone braving the cold for the love of fandom: be safe, and may the Force be with you.
Mother Nature… You think this snow storm is gonna stop me from watching #RogueOne?
LUL nice try.
— Vishhal B (@vbhatt08) December 15, 2016
Alright Mother Nature, I have tickets to see Rogue One in Markham at 7:30. Im leaving Toronto City Hall now. Be a pal, help me out #RogueOne
— Momin Qureshi (@Momin680NEWS) December 15, 2016
Storm or no storm, it’s time to head out for #RogueOne!!
— Wendy (@AppHipMom) December 15, 2016
No Hoth-like snow storm will stop me from seeing #RogueOne tonight. Nice try weather.
— Jamie Bell (@ComicCanuck) December 15, 2016
I’m going to be driving in a blizzard to go see me two viewings of #RogueOne tonight.
— Michael (@mike24forever) December 15, 2016
— Tyler Janke (@100PointTy) December 15, 2016
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— Tommy Morais (@itsTommyMorais) December 16, 2016