A man dressed as Darth Vader high-fives a child at a store in Times Square as Force Friday reaches Manhattan at midnight.
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A hamster-sized BB-8 droid and an updated Millennium Falcon spacecraft emerged as some of the most talked-about new "Star Wars" toys Thursday as stores opened at midnight around the world for first sales of merchandise for the upcoming movie "The Force Awakens".The roll-out is part of a huge merchandising effort by Disney, and toy makers including Hasbro and Lego, ahead of the December release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" – the first in a new "Star Wars" trilogy – which brings back original 1977 cast members Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.Dubbed "Force Friday," thousands of toy stores worldwide encouraged fans to dress up as their favorite "Star Wars" characters as the new lightsabers, Lego models, action figures and spaceships went on sale.
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