Perhaps Rey is dreaming of a "Star Wars" Christmas in this scene from "The Last Jedi," which opens in theaters Dec. 15. If so, one family in San Antonio has her covered with a true "Star Wars" Christmas special.

Perhaps Rey is dreaming of a "Star Wars" Christmas in this scene from "The Last Jedi," which opens in theaters Dec. 15. If so, one family in San Antonio has her covered with a true "Star Wars" Christmas special.

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A home in San Antonio is all lit up for Star Wars, er, Christmas.

This family's ode to joy (or their fall to the dark side) comes just in time for the Dec. 15 release of The Last Jedi. The display is timed to a techno version of composer John Williams' "The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme)." 

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Some might say that it's the ultimate mashup of two religious holidays. (Can an entire house cosplay? Discuss.)

Fox 4 News reports that the awe-inspiring, and I'm sure expensive, display has 17,000 lights. It comes "complete" with movie bad boy Darth Vader, who looms over the display on three screens. This is a true Star Wars Christmas Special.

When people talk about a war on Christmas, I'm not sure this is what they mean. One wonders if the neighbors beg to differ.

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