Laugh it up, fuzzball.
Laugh it up, fuzzball.
If you get Jar Jar, you lose.
It was 1980. A beautiful time of swaying Chewbacca, tapdancing C3PO and singing Luke Skywalker.
May the force of a good employer recommendation be with you, young Padawan. Life after college is hard.
“Hello, what have we here? Bad photoshop?”
Snigger you will.
“May the Force be with us.”
More like Luke Crywalker. Star Wars is awesome, but Luke? Not so much.
Behold, the most efficient way to catch up on the entire franchise. Jar Jar Binks is easier to take if you are watching Darth Vader fight Obi-Wan Kenobi at the same time.
Seriously, Disney. Just follow this model exactly.
What does it all mean!? Back in August, Lucas took Hamill and Fisher to lunch to talk about the new trilogy, according to Entertainment Weekly.
I bet you thought this song was about standard boyfriend/girlfriend stuff. Time to listen to those lyrics again.
A longer time ago, in a galaxy further and further away, this might have happened. Luke definitely pushed first. (via twentytwowords.com).
According to the description the Tie Fighter is 8x8x8 feet and was going for $150.00. Cue obligatory “shut up and take my money.”
An illustration project called Dap Bros, created by artist/Tumblr champion Henry The Worst. I encourage you to make awesome suggestions for HTW in the comments, no idea if he’s looking for them.
Please, Facebook? I know Mark Zuckerberg must be in desperate need of cool points.
Designer Jacob Engberg has a wonderful series of prints called Movies Made for the Mustache, wherein he swaps out words from famous film quotes with mustache icons. “I love the smell of mustache in the morning” isn’t just a quotable line from “Apocalypse Now,” it’s what I chant to myself every day whilst waxing my handlebars. You can buy these prints here! View List ›
A long time ago in countries far, far away, these Star Wars movie posters were hung. Apparently West Africa is a big fan of the television movie, “Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.” View List ›
This is how you explain procreation to nerds. Condom? It’s a trap! 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 ›
Luke Skywalker wants only one thing in this world: To be an intergalactic model! Watch Video ›
This gentleman painstakingly converted a hovering globe into the Jedi lightsaber training remote from “Star Wars: A New Hope.” Screw geography, I want to learn space fencing! Watch Video ›
Darth Wayne? I would love to see this crossover. View Image ›
Luke snatches defeat from the jaws of victory in this re-edit of A New Hope. After boasting to the more experienced pilots of Red Squadron, he arrives late for the attack, disobeys orders and ignores Obi-Wan’s repeated pleas to use the force. Watch Video ›
So obnoxious. Especially when you think of the difficulty Luke is going to have opening those gifts without a hand. View Image ›