Look, I don’t claim to find gold level material everywhere, but sometimes we need stuff and you might get a mild chuckle from something.
See the potential mild chuckle after the cut.
Harrison Ford, famously, is not overly fond of the character of Han Solo. Could it be because of a long-standing feud he had with co-star Chewbacca?
Probably not, but it was the basis for some bits on Jimmy Kimmel Live. See them bury the hatchet after the cut.
I don’t usually come into the office on Saturday’s (and after seeing Watson sleeping in the cafeteria in his underwear with tear stained cheeks surrounded by empty tubs of rum and butter ice cream I wish I hadn’t) but wanted to share some videos coming out of Comic-Con. A lot of exciting stuff coming up.
Up first, a behind the scenes look at JJ Abrams new movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You may have heard of it. Potentially minor spoilers if you are weary of such things.
Beery Method is a graphic, branding and marketing company based in Seattle. And I’m not gonna lie, some of their alternative images for our beloved Star Wars characters are a little creeptastic. But that’s what’s fun about it – check out the following pictures that are both crazy-wakadoo Star Wars as well as zombirific – also named “the Deathside collection” after the break:
Woooooaaaaaaaaaahhhhhaaaaaaarrrraaaa. That’s basically Wookiee speak for HOLY SHIT A WOOKIEE HOODIE! I don’t know about you, but this is what I’ve been waiting for in Wookiee attire. Not only can you now blend in on Kashyyyk (which Watson cannot spell), but if worn correctly, you probably don’t have to brush your own hair that day. Not saying that you shouldn’t brush your hair, but let’s be honest, sometimes being lazy means grabbing your Wookiee hoodie and going out for a night on the town. AmIRight? See more after the break:
May 4th is one of the best days to dress up as your favorite Star Wars character – and thanks to the Star Wars celebration that happened last month, we have a lot of Star Wars cosplay to cover. Check out some of our favorites, and let us know what you think? Especially when you see the George Lucas… I mean, can we say doppleganger or what?
Hopefully you were able to see all the amazing cosplay that came out of the Star Wars Celebration this past month. But if you missed it, never fear, Cosplay Boom captured it, along with the touching stories of the people who spend numerous amounts of hours to recreate the characters from a galaxy far far away. Many of the costumes look like they were plucked straight out of the film, but some of the most creative examples are those that blend a cosplayer’s varied passions into one outfit – like the famous Hip-Hop Stormtrooper pictured above.
You’ll want to grab a tissue or at least have your handy “IT WAS ALLERGIES” excuse ready to go, because this video is amazing:
(You just heard the “warp-warp-warp” sound effect in your head, didn’t you?)
Image via: Teo & O mini Mundo