To be fair, they're in low orbit over Earth and they've spent years and years in training and education to become astronauts, so they're should be some perks with the job - one of them being they get to see The Last Jedi before anyone else.

It's been confirmed that NASA and Disney are planning to screen The Last Jedi aboard the International Space Station for the current crew. Speaking to Inverse, NASA's Public Affairs Officer Dan Huot confirmed the news, explaining that the crew "typically get movies as digital files and can play them back on a laptop or a standard projector that is currently aboard."

It's understood that a SpaceX capsule is due to board with the ISS on Friday which will carry supplies and equipment for the mission, and possibly a copy of The Last Jedi.


Via Inverse