Google Chrome Has An Extension To Block Star Wars Spoilers
Yes, we know you've been to an early screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and we're very happy for you. And you say that now that you've seen it, you can finally die? I know a good way to accomplish that: just start posting spoilers.
There is nothing lower than someone who throws around spoilers on the internet: I suspect that's what those ISIS bastards are working on right now. So if you want to avoid the movie details until you see it yourself, I think you'll need this Chrome application.
Force Block is a new extension that will block all pages containing spoilers from the latest Star Wars movie, which is set for wide release on Friday.
The blocker will show a full-screen message warning you of potential spoilers whenever you enter a page that reveals the film's plot twists. The message reads:
"The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of spoilers."
I have no idea if this works with Twitter or other social media sites, or just long-form postings. My advice to you is, to be sure, just avoid all electronic devices until after you've seen the movie on Friday.