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New Star Wars movie 'Rogue One' is shutting down Hollywood streets for a week

Ben Mendelsohn during the Rogue One panel at Star Wars Celebration 2016 at ExCel on July 15, 2016 in London, England.
Ben Mendelsohn during the Rogue One panel at Star Wars Celebration 2016 at ExCel on July 15, 2016 in London, England.
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Beginning Monday night at 10 p.m., there is a series of major road closures around the Pantages Theatre for the Saturday night premiere of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."

Starting Monday

A street closure map showing the streets that are closed throughout the week.
A street closure map showing the streets that are closed throughout the week.
Disney

Law enforcement will close Hollywood Boulevard between Ivar Avenue and Vine Street, and between Vine Street and Argyle Avenue starting Monday night. Those closures will last the longest — until 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 13. 

Starting Friday night

A street closure map showing the streets that are closed Friday night through Sunday morning.
A street closure map showing the streets that are closed Friday night through Sunday morning.
Disney

On Friday, Dec. 9 at 9 p.m., the city will also shut down Vine Street between Hollywood Boulevard and Yucca Street. That closure will last until 9 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 11.

Starting Saturday afternoon

A street closure map showing the streets that are closed Saturday afternoon through late Saturday evening.
A street closure map showing the streets that are closed Saturday afternoon through late Saturday evening.
Disney

Expect the most street closures between 3 p.m. and midnight on the day of the premiere, Saturday, Dec. 10. Hollywood Boulevard's westbound lanes between Argyle Avenue and Gower Street will be closed. Eastbound lanes of Hollywood Boulevard between Cahuenga Boulevard and Ivar Avenue will be closed. Vine Street between Sunset Boulevard and Yucca Street will also be shut down. 

The LAPD and Department of Transportation will deploy additional law enforcement in and around the closures to ensure pedestrians and drivers can travel safety, according to a press release.

This story has been updated.