The original trilogy, obviously. We’re not sadists, OK?
It’s part of a running joke on social media between Star Wars: Episode VII director J.J. Abrams and Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder. And it is getting a little weird.
The J.J. Abrams-directed sequel to 1983’s Return of the Jedi begins principal photography this May.
The filmmaker, Lucasfilm, and Disney are teaming up with crowdfunding charity site Omaze to launch the new initiative Star Wars: Force for Change.
Johnson will also write Episode VIII, but while he is also writing a treatment for Episode IX, he has not signed on to direct it.
I’ve got a bad feeling about this.
Artists Brian Michael and Joel Erkkinen used the force and Autodesk Maya to place these stormtroopers into everyday situations.
2 co-workers get into a battle of Star Wars office pranks. See who comes out on top. #MayThe4thBeWithYou
The new “Star Wars” movie may be shooting this May, but here are a few more movies that should be made in the meantime.
In our lifetime, anyway. Shawn Crosby has turned not one, but two vehicles into his own personal fighters, saying it’s a lot like playing LEGO, only on a grander scale.
The force is with the luckiest 6-year-old ever! Your best birthday party just got schooled.
Lando Calrissian hits up karaoke night at Mos Eisley Cantina to perform an amazing rendition of Coconut Records’ “West Coast.” Check out the cameos by: Jason Schwartzman, Carrie Keagan, and Chris Hardwick (as Han Solo of course).
The Star Wars franchise is not only responsible for some of the best movies made of all time (many would argue only three of the six should be considered!), it’s also responsible for a whole group of fans that spend their hours creating a lot of gifs memes and other internet goodies.
Here’s a collection of some of the most popular Star Wars gifs that have surfaced recently in the Google+ Star Wars community and other parts of the galaxy…
Straight from the Star Wars vault comes this first black-and-white look at iconic-villain Boba Fett.
This is the droid dessert you’ve been looking for. Yes, let the envy of a first grader’s birthday cake flow through you.
“May the Force be with us.”
Merchandising Is Forever is an ongoing project that showcases the deterioration of Star Wars figures over the past 30 years using hypnotic GIF animations.
I didn’t know that Elvis Presley was a sci-fi character, but it all makes sense now.
More like Luke Crywalker. Star Wars is awesome, but Luke? Not so much.