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Star Wars Day: These ARE The Droids You’re Looking For
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The truth: I was having trouble coming up with a Star Wars Day “May the Fourth” feature that would be just as good or better than what I wrote last year. I had more time then, I do a lot of reviews now, and my brain wasn’t working. Luckily, I ran into my friends Brad and Christine who provided me with an idea. Based on the passion with which they spoke about it, it seemed like something worth talking about, especially since “Hans shot first” is obviously out of the way. The question?

Why doesn’t Darth Vader or Obi-Wan acknowledge C-3PO (or R2-D2), when the former built Threepio as a child and hung around a lot with R2, and the latter spent so much time with them?

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‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailer Remade In ‘Grand Theft Auto V’
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It’s a slow news day, as you might have expected, so why not watch some more remakes of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer!

This time it’s a pair of trailers that were remade using Grand Theft Auto V as well as its online multiplayer option Grand Theft Auto Online. One uses player-created characters and the other uses more familiar faces from the game.

You can watch both below.

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Stephen Colbert Defends New ‘Star Wars’ Lightsaber (Video)
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There have been plenty of debates regarding the recently released Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens teaser trailer, as was expected. One of the more heated topics being discussed from the 88-second trailer has been the unique, claymore-esque lightsaber shown above. Some dig it, some loathe it, and some are smartly waiting until they know more about it before forming an opinion on the matter.

On a recent episode of The Colbert Report, Star Wars fan and future Late Show host Stephen Colbert shared his thoughts on the trailer, including a defense of the lightsaber in question. You can see the video below.

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Confirmed: Luke Skywalker’s Lightsaber Ignites At The End Of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailer
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If you stayed throughout every last second of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer, you may have noticed a faint lightsaber sound. The trailer did confirm the return of Stormtroopers, Tie Fighters, X-Wings, and the Millennium Falcon. But it also left us with a lot of questions. Questions like is John Boyega really a Stormtrooper, or is he infiltrating the Empire? Who was the man behind the hood? What happened to Oscar Isaac‘s face? And what is the name of that cute soccer ball droid?

One question we can answer is that it was Andy Serkis who did the voiceover for the trailer. But it’s been a mystery as to whose lightsaber was activated during the last few seconds of the trailer.

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‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ New Images; Trailer Analysis
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The highly anticipated teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens officially hit this Internet this morning and while some fans are squealing delight at this 88 seconds of the very first footage from the upcoming film, others aren’t too thrilled about what they’re seeing of this Star Wars sequel so far.

Disney has released the first official images from the film, which you can check out here below. Now that we’ve had our first glimpse of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, let’s talk about it.

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