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yoda star wars Joseph Gordon-Levitt Wore an Amazing Yoda Costume to the Star Wars Premiere
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt just found an excuse to wear pajamas to one of the biggest premieres in Hollywood history. This guy is living the dream. 

His detailed costume includes two-toned Chucks, a bathrobe and The Grinch P.J. pants, just like the real Yoda. 


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See, 100% accurate.

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I hope you didn't need to get anything done for the rest of the day, because you're about to be too busy fighting Stormtroopers.

Lightsaber Escape is a new game/experience built by Google that turns your smartphone, in combination with Chrome on your computer, into a lightsaber. Once you pair and calibrate your device, you're off on a quest to escape a Star Destroyer filled with Stormtroopers. They're surprisingly good shots.




Can you make it out in one piece?

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Melissa Harris Perry has a lot of feelings about Star Wars, primarily that it's racist, because Darth Vader was voiced by a black guy but played by a white guy.

The part where he was totally a black guy whose name was basically James Earl Jones...but while he was black he was terrible and bad and awful and used to cut off white men's hands, and didn't, you know, actually claim his son, but as soon as he claims his son and goes over to the good he takes off his mask and he's white.


Maybe she doesn't acknowledge the prequels as being real, and who can blame her for that, but Anakin/Vader is a white guy in those and he kills so many younglings. He also first "claims his son" while he's still "a black guy" (a whole movie before he takes off his mask) and, well, if you've ever heard Darth Vader's on-set voice, you'd understand why they dubbed over it with James Earl Jones:




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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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