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Ok, Spider-Man is a good guy so he probably wouldn't kill Darth Maul but I can guarantee you the Sith is playing for keeps. 

This fight is goes down at the San Diego Comic Con.  Everyone from Disney Princesses to Thanos are asked to weigh in on who they think will be victorious.  

If you just want to see the fight go down, you can skip to the 6:50 minute mark where the fun begins. You'll have to watch the video to find out who wins. 



The Sun is a daily tabloid published in the UK known for its sensational and sometimes punny headlines. If you need a way to brush up on the previous six Star Wars before The Force Awakens comes out, they've got you covered. These pun-tastic front pages are probably the most painless way to relive the prequels, and will remind you just how glorious your favorite Star Wars moments truly were. Make sure not to miss the "free items" some covers offer in the top, right corner.

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Starbnb will help you plan your next vacation to a new galaxy! The site features parody property listings for different sites in Star Wars history providing all the hospitality of Airbnb.

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"Are there any of you that think this is going to be a lousy movie?" "NO!"

The year was 1999, and nobody yet knew the prequels were garbage. Throngs of Star Wars fans stood outside theaters in line for hours, waiting to see a movie they thought was going to be fantastic. Imagine their disappointment a few hours later when they walked out of that theater. That could be you in just over a week, when The Force Awakens is finally released. Maybe it won't be bad, maybe it will, but there's nothing like seeing footage of enthusiastic fans ahead of The Phantom Menace to put a damper on your hopes for this new film.

Speaking of enthusiastic fans, there are people lined up outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood right now waiting for the release of The Force Awakens, and they've been there since December 5th. Yes, the year is still 2015, and they could have very well just pressed a button on their phones to get tickets, but for these people, that isn't the point.




These fans are part of an event put on by Liningup.net that has been helping people stand in line to wait to see Star Wars since the first prequel premiered. For them, the event is an opportunity to come together and celebrate the films as a community: "We could reserve our seats online, and show up 5 minutes before midnight. For the vast majority of moviegoers, that will be their experience: sterile, passionless, and without any human interaction. But that is not what the Star Wars experience is all about." People at the event have to spend a minimum of 24 hours in line before the movie premieres to earn two tickets to see the film. Thankfully, they can spread these hours out over as many days as they need, otherwise these folks would probably smell worse than a tauntaun.

The event also benefits the Starlight Children's Foundation, which you can donate to online, or by texting either 'Jedi' or 'Sith' to 80000 in order to give $5.

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The Wall Street Journal asked actress Carrie Fisher, for her thoughts on the controversy surrounding "Slave Leia" themed toys being sold to children. Fisher has previously shared her feelings on Twitter, but has now provided a perfect way to explain the toy to your kids:

There’s been some debate recently about whether there should be no more merchandise with you in the “Return of the Jedi” bikini.

I think that’s stupid.

To stop making the merchandise?

The father who flipped out about it, “What am I going to tell my kid about why she’s in that outfit?” Tell them that a giant slug captured me and forced me to wear that stupid outfit, and then I killed him because I didn’t like it. And then I took it off. Backstage.

It's a teaching opportunity, parents!

geek news george lucas defends greedo shot first doesnt use internet
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In a recent interview with The Washington Post, George Lucas waxed poetic about the painful experience of letting go of Star Wars, and the lengths he's had to go to over the years in order to spare himself the vitriol of Star Wars fans. Apparently, "Lucas says he has assiduously avoided the Internet since 2000 — no Facebook, no Twitter, no e-mail even," which I guess means he's been lucky enough to never have to witness a debate about who shot first on someone's Facebook wall.



Speaking of who shot first, Lucas defended his "Greedo shot first" change as convincingly as you'll ever hear:

Han Solo was going to marry Leia, and you look back and say, ‘Should he be a cold-blooded killer?’ Because I was thinking mythologically — should he be a cowboy, should he be John Wayne? And I said, ‘Yeah, he should be John Wayne.’ And when you’re John Wayne, you don’t shoot people [first] — you let them have the first shot. It’s a mythological reality that we hope our society pays attention to.


Han Solo may be a stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder, but the man's got a code. Luckily for Lucas, he won't be online to read the responses to that argument.

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