Tumblr user Mamalaz is mining the work of Adam Driver, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and more to create the modern adventures of Han and
Ben Kylo. Head below the cut for a sample.
There is only one winner of Twitter after The Force Awakens, and it’s @KyloR3n. (Spoilers, naturally.) Discovered by The Daily Dot’s Eric Geller last night, the genius behind it remains unknown, but the laughs are, thankfully, forever. There’s a selection of spoiler-free tweets below the cut.
J.J Abrams, Daisy Ridley and John Boyega were on hand for last night’s Saturday Night Live… Among others.
The crew of the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and Carrier Air Wing Seven remade the first The Force Awakens teaser. (via)
The sequel to the Jedi Academy Trilogy the inhabitants of the Carida System deserve. Well, I’m certainly not going to argue with this. Kyp Durron earned that Killed Billions merit badge fair and square!
It’s pretty much exactly what you’d expect, but there are a few laughs.
→ Oscar Isaac talks about The Force Awakens trailer to MTV’s Josh Horowitz. No reveals of course, but I’m sure it’s a relief to have SOMETHING out there.
→ A rumor that got lost in the trailer shuffle: Does Andy Serkis play multiple roles?
→ On that note, Making Star Wars has the reasoning behind certain large objects we saw in certain leaked photos several months back. (…If only they’d been in the trailer…) Also, when does Oscar Isaac’s character come in? If you’ve been following the rumors, this answer may surprise you…
→ Jason also found a stormtrooper.
→ The Onion’s Clickhole is at it again: 6 Easter Eggs you may have missed in the trailer and “This Fanboy Loves ‘Star Wars’ So Much He Plans To Watch ‘The Force Awakens’ In Theaters.”
I’ve got a ton of stuff to gather up today, but for the moment, please enjoy these two video recreations of The Force Awakens teaser trailer. Above, a crude but sweet LEGO take that came out shockingly fast – less than 24 hours after the actual trailer!
And from today, the laugh-out-loud funny “George Lucas’ Special Edition” version.
Teddie Films parodies Sia’s ‘Chandelier’ with this video and filk.
Cookie Monster must learn control as Sesame Street takes on Star Wars.