We'll be right ahead of you in line when it opens. 

It's one thing to watch Star Wars hundreds of times, playing Pink Floyd albums at the same time hoping they'll magically sync up. It's something else entirely to actually see all the badass costumes they used, live and in person. 

You can check out "Star Wars and the Power of Costume" at the Denver Art Museum from Nov. 13, 2016 to April 2, 2017.

They've got more than 60 costumes from all seven Star Wars films, so you'll get to lick the glass around the Darth Vader costume until security comes and kicks your ass out. 

Here's just a sample of the cool shit you'll see:

Tragically, mid-80's heartthrob Harrison Ford won't be included. 

Somehow, Boba Fett looks like a hipster and we're not sure why. 

And these two assholes will be there too. Hopefully, they've cleaned the midget skeleton out of R2.

You'll even get concept art, detailing how terrible the characters could have been. 

In the meantime, here's a new trailer for the upcoming Star Wars release … but watch out, because a lot of people say it reveals too much.