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You’re a Star Wars fan. At least, your chances of being a Star Wars fan are very high, considering what I know about our lovely TechCrunch readership. Plus, you clicked on this headline.

The new Star Wars Force Awakens movie is set to hit major theaters on December 18, which means that you have exactly 48 hours to wade through the internet without seeing a spoiler.

Luckily, a new Chrome extension is going to help you out. You’re not alone.

The Force Block extension takes comments and descriptions from people who have already seen a screening of the movie and uses those keywords and phrases to block pages that may contain spoilers.

You can check out the Chrome extension here.

[via BuzzFeed]

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