Last week, we all made the Kessel Run, one lost soul sees the light, or at least the proper way to spell ‘Lucasfilm’ and the Oscars were nigh-irrelevant to our interests! (Business as usual, basically.) All this and more below the cut.
Last week, we learned that Star Wars solo films are a real thing that’s actually happening, although no one has confirmed who they’ll actually feature…. But naturally Han Solo was trending for a while because, well, the internet. (Suck it, Boba Fett!) All that and the usual below the cut.
Someone believes Death Stars are real, the men behind Jar Jar and Gollum meet, we figured out a way to save the Super Bowl and #StarWarsSpinoffs took off. Eat your heart out, Yoda.
Last week, it was J.J. Abrams, J.J. Abrams and.. okay, mostly J.J. Abrams. And I promise you only one of them mentions lens flare, which is far better than the average.
The Star Wars Fansite Seminar is over, but the tweets remain. Head under the cut to read them.
You can ask questions and share your thoughts all day Thursday, January 25th – assuming you have a Twitter acount, that is.
We may never see Aziz Ansari again… Also, a stunning performance of Dudes Act Out Star Wars From Memory, shop vacs, Snow2-D2 and Continue reading
Last week, Twitter had some thoughts on the nature of the Force, discovered Alec Guinness’ letters, turned down the opportunity to direct Episode VII and cried a bit. Just a bit.
Yes, I’ve folded two weeks into this one, because between Christmas and the New Year it seems that most of Twitter had better things to do – and you don’t even want to know how many posts I saw where people admitting to watching Star Wars sans pants. Instead, we celebrated 100 episodes of The Clone Wars, offered wedding planning services, considered Ewok poop and more.
— Mr. Gavin (@TheMeatFarm) December 23, 2012
As the tyranny of the holiday season comes to an end, Santa Maul has taken time from his busy schedule to present to you the best tweets of the week. They are full of anger and rage and the Star Wars Holiday Special, as is only fitting. May your holiday be victorious.