Chrome Plugin Will Hide New Star Wars Episode SpoilersAdded: Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
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It is usually hard for any Star Wars fan to surf the web without running into spoilerific articles and social media shares about new Star Wars: The Force Awakens. A designated Google Chrome plugin will help keep users completely unaware of the plot details from the new movie.
The new plugin is called Star Wars Spoiler Blocker and it will warn users about Star Wars content on any page they are going to visit. It puts a large box resembling the long-running space saga’s famous opening crawl carrying the warning “potential spoilers ahead” instead of any spoilerific content. However, the user will be able to manually proceed anyway. The extension for Google Chrome is already available in the Chrome store. It adds a small Stormtrooper icon to the top of the browser, which allows the app to be turned on and off.
According to reports, there’s one Star Wars fan who will absolutely not be worried about spoilers ruining all the pleasure ahead of the movie’s release in cinemas – he is 3-time Oscar-winner Steven Spielberg. Spielberg, the director of ET and long-term George Lucas collaborator, has already watched Abrams’ film 3 times – at least this is what the British actor Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey in The Force Awakens, said in the interview. The actor said he hasn’t been allowed to see the movie yet, although Steven Spielberg’s seen it 3 times, as he told the actor himself.
Steven Spielberg was also one of the first to see Star Wars in 1977 – and he straight away told Lucas it would be a hit. Back in 2014, Spielberg revealed that he bet on Star Wars beating his own movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind at the box office (and was right again), by accepting Lucas’ offer to swap points on the two blockbusters.
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
|posted by (2015-12-02 17:06:42)|
|Is this for real? Sounds stupid to me since there is no block. A silly graphical box that you have to say yes or no?|
That's about the simpleness program around. Thanks for the laugh SaM. May the force be with you!
i use epic browser and get no adds, so i am yet to see a spoiler.......
maybe ill try opera and look for trailers lmao
may the force be with you all......
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