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This weekend, you can catch K - 2SO, Darth Vader and the rest of the Star Wars: Rogue One crew on the biggest movie screen in southwest Ohio. 

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The 2017 Fourth Sunday Hollywood Film Series at National Museum of the United States Air Force continues this Sunday with the showing of ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.’ This is the third year for the Hollywood Film Series.

Thousands of people swarmed onto the airstrip at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force on Monday, April 17, 2017, as 11 World War II era B-25s landed to mark the 75th anniversary of the historic Doolittle Raiders attack against Japan. CHUCK HAMLIN / STAFF

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The museum’s theater screen was one of the very first IMAX screens in the region. Now, it stands as a regular screen— if you consider 6 stories high and 80 feet wide a regular screen.

Don’t forget, as always, the entire museum is free, said Mary Bruggeman, Chief of Attractions at the Air Force Museum. If you’ve never been, it’s HUGE— you could easily spend the whole day exploring and still fill like you missed something. So arrive early, roam around for a few hours, then grab lunch at the museum’s café before the movie starts!

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While the museum is always free, admission to the screening is $5. A concessions stand will be available during the showing. 

Want to go?

WHAT: Fourth Sunday Hollywood Film Series

WHEN: Sunday, July 23rd, 4 p.m.

WHERE: 1100 Spaatz Street, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

COST: $5