Superfans Camp Out at 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Hollywood Premiere

Some "Star Wars" fanatics have been in line for the movie for nine days and counting.
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Transcript for Superfans Camp Out at 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Hollywood Premiere
It is the biggest movie event of the year. Who knows, maybe ever. The "Star wars" world premier is in Los Angeles tonight. The blockbuster opening for the rest of us at the end of the week. Nick watt is in the center of the galaxy in Hollywood. Good morning, nick. Reporter: Good norng, robin. There are already "Star wars" die hard fans camped out outside the Chinese theater, hoping to snag the best seats for opening night, which isn't until Thursday. Before then, the premier that starts in 14 hours and about 15 minutes. Get ready. Okay. For what? Reporter: For the stars aligning at tonight's premier, security is tighter than the oscars. Four blocks of Hollywood boulevard closed since last Thursday. Happy "Star wars." Reporter: It's nine days already these fans have been in line. Caroline and Andrew from Australia are serious. Getting married in the line. On Thursday. Who's officiating? We have a good friend who is a celebrant and is named obi Sean. Reporter: "The force wakens" will debut on over 4,000 screens this week. Back in '77, "Star wars" opened on 32. An instant hit, darth vader was soon leaving his footprints here outside the theater. George Lucas watched the the first one from here. Are you kidding me? This is the place to be. Feels great! Reporter: In 1999, for "The phantom menace" the line was born. I met my husband in line. Reporter: And this is the result? This is the result. Reporter: Nate's been in line already. When that comes up on the screen, a little kid inside me is saying, is this really happening. There's a center of the universe in "Star wars jts nerddom, that's right here. Reporter: These nerds, their word, not mine, are making money for a children's charity. It rained overnight. It's chilly by L.A. Standards. They have another 80 hours to go. I'm not sure I can take it. Can you guys? Nerd is a high compliment for them. We're going to a special

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