And also Indiana Jones for some reason!
"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
— Pegg News (@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 (@brian_nov) 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
— bob weadababyitsaboy (@tom_laurie) March 31, 2014
The rumor is beyond iffy, but since when does that stop the snark?
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.
— Carlin! (@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
— Your Sassiness (@QueenSassiness) 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 Jeffcoat (@alyssajeffcoat) 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
— L.A. (@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
— 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
— the garbage shit boy (@davedittell) March 26, 2014