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If you’ve been itching to binge your way through the entire Star Wars series, you’re in luck because Disney+ is dropping Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker ahead of schedule to show all nine films on May 4.

The latest entry in the series is arriving two months ahead of schedule to ring in Star Wars day with the “may the fourth be with you” tagline.

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This morning (April 27), Disney made the announcement with a trailer containing scenes from all of the films to the delight of fans.

On top of the nine core entries in the franchise streaming, they’ll also be offering the new docuseries Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian and the final episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Disney is also leveraging a lot from social media throughout this process. They’re encouraging people to share their favorite memories relating to the series using the hashtag #Maythe4th while fans “might see it somewhere special” on that day.

This decision is getting some push back though over a followup tweet they added. They state: “By sharing your message with us using #Maythe4th, you agree to our use of the message and your account name in all media and our terms of use here,” while linking their terms of use.

People online are questioning the decision for the company to claim they can copyright a hashtag. According to copyright attorney Leonard J. French who spoke with AdAge, they can’t.

“Disney is attempting to bind someone to a contract, and I would say that Disney is overreaching their contract,” says French. “Hashtags cannot be trademarks. According to Twitter’s terms of use, Disney can embed the code to tweets to use on its website, but if they want it for print or any other commercial use, they have to get permission from individual users. They’re trying to put terms of service on their Twitter account and I don’t think they can do that.”

Are you excited about Disney streaming all of the Star Wars films on May 4? Let us know in the comments below.

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