And also Indiana Jones for some reason!
how am I supposed to have a conversation with you if you don't get my #StarWars references?
— Drea Contreras (@darthdrea) March 28, 2014
"I think Luke Skywalker likes robots more than you like ice cream." – Daughter, Age 5, watching Star Wars for the first time.
— John Kovalic (@muskrat_john) March 29, 2014
I'm sorry Mr. Lucas but we have no idea where JJ is. pic.twitter.com/3nvZJdD2e7
— Simon Pegg (@simonpegg) March 30, 2014
Saw an old trailer for a movie where people use swords made out of light and a bear copilots a spaceship. Looks stupid. Old movies are dumb.
— John Cheese (@johncheese) March 27, 2014
If Qui-Gon could talk to Yoda, at some point he should've said, "Hey, you guys are really screwing things up with the Skywalker kid."
— Brian (@wakingthedead17) March 25, 2014
Darth Vader + TIE Fighter + pony = one incredible sight! pic.twitter.com/opZ3lr08M4
— 501st Legion (@501stLegion) March 26, 2014
Episode VII and such
A friend was at Pinewood yesterday. SW production has moved in. JJ Abrams is there. All LFL windows have been covered with reflective glass.
— Ali Arikan (@aliarikan) March 29, 2014
— Jason Ward (@MakingStarWars) March 26, 2014
An old, drunk Luke Skywalker catches himself bragging (again) about having kissed THE Princess Leia. The shame is fleeting. #EpisodeVII
— Tom Laurie (@tom_laurie) March 31, 2014
The rumor is beyond iffy, but since when does that stop the snark?
We all know news of an Indiana Jones reboot can't be real unless it features the anointed successor, Shia LaBoeuf.
— Jaime J. Weinman (@weinmanj) March 26, 2014
Bradley Cooper to replace Harrison Ford as the 1970s-era carpenter on George Lucas' ranch.
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) March 26, 2014
Bradley Cooper can’t be the next Indiana Jones because he is gearing up to be the next Jennifer Lawrence.
— Sam Adams (@SamuelAAdams) March 26, 2014
Harrison Ford is the only guy who could play Indy. Unless you count River Phoenix, Sean Patrick Flannery, Corey Carrier, and George Hall.
— CT from Nerd Lunch (@nerdlunch) March 26, 2014
I can only confirm that Katy Perry will NOT be the new Indiana Jones.
— Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) March 26, 2014
The real heroes of the Indiana Jones movies are the overworked grad student TA's that taught dude's classes while he was out on adventures.
— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) March 24, 2014
Star Wars life
There's a bird in my front yard that sounds like Princess Leia's gun. PEW PEW PEW PEW. I'm imagining dead Stormtroopers all over the place.
— Delilah S. Dawson (@DelilahSDawson) March 27, 2014
Saw a businessman walking with another suited man at work today…..carrying a two foot model Millennium Falcon. #STARWARS IS REAL.
— Evelyn Rees (@EvelynRees) March 28, 2014
Saw today a car which license tag had IG 88 on it. Coincidence or an assassin droid in my town? Should I be worried? #starwars
— Traven Dunn (@TravenDunn) March 29, 2014
These little girls in front of me are getting g all excited for their new darth Vader toy. I have hope
— Pretentious Princess (@PretentiousSass) March 29, 2014
Valera keeps saying "I know" instead of "thank you" when people compliment him. I'm calling this his Han Solo phase.
— Alyssa Lusey (@alyssalusey) March 29, 2014
A random R2-D2 thing just made noise in the kitchen…without being touched. The ghost of Obi-Wan playing tricks, perhaps? #StarWars
— bebedora (@AuthorBebedora) March 28, 2014
Sometimes I'm reminded of the terrible Star Wars fan fiction I wrote as a twelve year old, and am so grateful it's lost to a floppy disk.
— Emily (@sadcypress) March 28, 2014
I still remember every. Single. One. Of my Mary Sues, however. They will live forever in the expanded universe of my heart.
— Emily (@sadcypress) March 28, 2014
Is there a dubstep remix of the Ewok theme called "Wub Nub?" If not, why not
— Bobby (@BobbyRobertsPDX) March 27, 2014
— Matt Martin (@missingwords) March 29, 2014
This "moon" is made for blasting, and that's just what it'll do. One of these days this moon is gonna wipe out all of you.
— Emperor Palpatine (@LordPalpatine) March 28, 2014
"Buddha + Yoga = Yoda. Next question." George Lucas smirked. The audience of grown men were in tears. Who would dare ask about Count Dooku
— Dave Dittell 3014 (@davedittell) March 26, 2014