Yoda Sings About Seagulls and Has a Message for Luke
Mar14

Yoda Sings About Seagulls and Has a Message for Luke

I don’t quite know where to begin with this one. It’s the scene from Star Wars where Luke visits Yoda to do some Jedi training, except someone has gone and redubbed the words. Gone is talk about becoming a Jedi master. Instead, we get Yoda singing about seagulls and giving Luke a stern warning. The kind you might get if Freddy Krueger were hanging around your neighborhood. Very ominous. Very hilarious. I think I've...

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Here’s the Star Wars Episode VII Villain
Oct29

Here’s the Star Wars Episode VII Villain

This is allegedly the villain for Star Wars Episode VII. It was leaked and found online by Star Wars Underworld and later confirmed by a number of sources. His name is apparently Darth Simi and the character has already filmed scenes in London. That’s about all we know, other than what you can see in the photo. Share and Enjoy !0Shares0...

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Star Wars Minus John Williams
Sep15

Star Wars Minus John Williams

Here’s a hilarious experiment. Let’s remove John Williams’ music from a Star Wars scene. This particular scene is the throne room scene where Princess Leia gives Luke and Han those stupid medals. You just saved the galaxy. Here are some medals. Good job. So anyway, the scene is totally awkward without the music. No one says anything, except Chewbacca and his random yells. Leia and Han are giving each other weird...

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Darth Vader Car
Jul24

Darth Vader Car

Hot Wheels has gone and designed a Darth Vader car. Why? Because Comic-Con is going on right now and dorks love shit like this. People who go to Comic-Con would totally drive around in a Darth Vader car. You know, because it’s practical! The car is not just a show piece. It is indeed drivable. The design is based on a C5 Chevrolet Corvette and it can reach speeds of 150 mph. It also happens to look a lot like Darth Vader and...

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Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert in a Star Wars Campaign
Jul18

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert in a Star Wars Campaign

So Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert did this bit for Star Wars. Or more accurately, the Star Wars campaign to support UNICEF. That gives a fan a chance to be in the next movie. How? We’re not really sure, but you can go here and find out if you’re the kind of Star Wars dork who wants to be in the movie. Anyway, Stewart and Colbert are going to duel in a trivia challenge. They don’t really get around to doing that, but...

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