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“Star Wars” fans will get just a four-hour window per ticket to visit the galaxy far, far away that Disney is about to reveal. And they’ll face veritable stormtroopers enforcing the rules.

The Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction is set to open at California’s Disneyland on May 31, and the theme park has a plan to keep the crowds to a manageable level: time-limited visits, the Los Angeles Times reported.

For the first 14 weeks the attraction is open — the entire summer vacation season — Disneyland will require reservations for each visitor to enter that portion of the park. Colored wristbands will be used to designate their exact time slots.

When the time is up, park employees dressed as characters from the space series will tell visitors they need to leave.

Disney hasn’t said what it may do with guests who ignore the directions, but the company is notorious for enforcing the rules at its parks. Last week, a great-grandmother carrying CBD oil she uses to treat her arthritis was busted at a checkpoint in Disneyworld in Florida. She spent 12 hours in jail even though she had a note from her doctor in her purse.

The charges were later dropped.

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