'Star Wars' opens to a packed house

The long-awaited “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie opened to a packed house Friday evening at Camana Bay. Greeted by a large replica X-wing fighter hanging above the theater ticket window, “Star Wars” devotees showed off their best Princess Leia and storm trooper costumes.

Friday night was mainly for adults, but the kids got their chance to pose with Darth Vader and fight with lightsabers Saturday.

7-year-old Hamish Carmichael said ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ was the best ‘Star Wars’ yet.  - Photo: Matt Lamers

7-year-old Hamish Carmichael said ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ was the best ‘Star Wars’ yet. – Photo: Matt Lamers

Lauren Sonnen and Jyoti Choi showed up as slave Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker.

Lauren Sonnen and Jyoti Choi showed up as slave Princess Leia and Luke Skywalker.

Trevor Coleman, and Chris and Debra Smith dressed up as a storm trooper, Han Solo and Princess Leia, respectively.

Trevor Coleman, and Chris and Debra Smith dressed up as a storm trooper, Han Solo and Princess Leia, respectively. – Photos: Charles Duncan

Chris and Kym Bailey

Chris and Kym Bailey

Kym Bailey and Vijay Singhera as dueling Princess Leias.

Kym Bailey and Vijay Singhera as dueling Princess Leias.

Jeremy and Tiffany Moore as a storm trooper and Princess Leia.

Jeremy and Tiffany Moore as a storm trooper and Princess Leia.

Nick Swartz and Britni Strong came as a wooki and Princess Leia.

Nick Swartz and Britni Strong came as a wooki and Princess Leia.

From left, Brandon Trickett, 10, Cayman Prep; Jackson Haywood Crooch, 11,St. Ignatius Catholic School; Alek Vandam, 11; Ethan Lavis, 10; John Fleming, 11; Aidan Montana, 11, and Michael Marzouca, 10

From left, Brandon Trickett, 10, Cayman Prep; Jackson Haywood Crooch, 11,St. Ignatius Catholic School; Alek Vandam, 11; Ethan Lavis, 10; John Fleming, 11; Aidan Montana, 11, and Michael Marzouca, 10
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