If you get Jar Jar, you lose.
If you get Jar Jar, you lose.
Thank the Force this idea was scrapped. Star Wars wouldn’t have been the same without the lovable Muppet.
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Faris recently took in one of cinema’s biggest oh-shit moments, and he reacted appropriately. Oh, to go back and experience Empire for the first (or thirty-seventh) time, that’d be bliss. (via tastefullyoffensive.com) Watch Video ›
From the Star Wars Blu-ray collection, another crumb of footage off George Lucas’ editing room floor. Han and Leia exchange some stilted intercourse in a cramped tunnel. The sexual metaphor is strong with this one. (via insidemovies.ew.com) Watch Video ›
Seriously, you think Chuck Norris could brave the Hoth blizzards and easily agitated wampum? Eh, probably no worse than Luke made out. View Image ›
Belonging to a well-traveled Jedi. Sith tourism is a shameful yet thriving industry. View List ›
May the 4th be with you! Happy Star Wars Day everyone! What better way to celebrate than to look back at the making of pop culture history? Mmmm, sunbathing Slave Leia. View List ›
Star Wars and cats, two of the primary ventricles keeping the internet’s heart beating. The scene from “Return of the Jedi” where the Ewoks crush an AT-AT’s head with logs is now doubly horrifying. (CORRECTION: As has been pointed out in the comments, it was an AT-ST instead of an AT-AT which was destroyed by Ewoks in “The Return of the Jedi.” I can’t believe I just typed that sentence.) View Image ›
A photographer in Williamsburg, Henry Hargreaves, refashions snow-entombed Brooklyn into the ice planet Hoth from “The Empire Strikes Back.” If you’re stranded in Williamsburg, don’t slice open a hipster’s belly for warmth. And you thought they smelled bad on the outside. View List ›
Irvin Kershner, the veteran filmmaker who directed the pivotal 1980 “Star Wars” sequel “The Empire Strikes Back,” as well as big-budget features like “Never Say Never Again” and “Robocop II,” has died. He was 87. View Image ›
To mark the film’s 30th anniversary, Vanity Fair presents rarely seen photographs from the Empire Strikes Back set, annotated with behind-the-scenes details.
Let’s turn back the clock to a distant time in an alternate universe far, far away… The 50s! A hidden gem of this period in cinema is a little film called The Empire Strikes Back, the second chapter in a planned three-part epic science fiction trilogy. Here is the trailer for this scintillating 1950s 3-D space opera. (Via STWOR Strategies.) Watch Video ›
It’s been 30 years since The Empire Strikes Back was released, and finally, someone actually turned the C-3PO backpack into a reality. The backpack doubles as a full size plush toy when not in use, and is big enough to carry a laptop in backpack mode. View List ›
The Battle of Hoth meets the Surrealist movement. View Image ›
A tauntaun costume that that is beyond amazing! [Editor’s Note: Hey, we’ll keep posting these geeky Halloween costumes as long as they keep being awesome. Also, here are some AT-AT Kids, while we’re at it.] Watch Video ›