High schooler rents out theater for Star Wars, asks moviegoers to bring toy donations

Star Wars The Force Awakens Spoiler Free Review
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17-year-old high school senior Alex Huot decided to give back for the holidays. When Huot realized the latest Star Wars saga was coming out a week before Christmas, he came up with the idea to collect gifts at a screening to give to kids in need, KMSP reports.

While Huot, a huge fan Star Wars fan, can't wait to see the new movie he's also using his love of the franchise for good. The senior in high school rented out a movie theater and created a Facebook event to invite his friends, family, and classmates to a private screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But Huot isn't going to charge his friends for tickets, instead he's asking then to bring toys to donate to children in need.

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"Around the holidays, it's always a good feeling to give something," Huot told KMSP. "It's good to give to people -- all the families who aren't as fortunate as we are."

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With the help of his older brother and parents, Huot spent $1,200 on 97 tickets for the private screening of the new movie. Huot plans to donate the toys he collects to Toys for Tots.

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