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Everyone knows cats rule the internet. This just proves the point. Youtuber Pasdidée wrangled up their pet cats in order to performa great service to the galaxy, by recreating on of Star Wars 's most iconic scene, shot for shot. The two precious felines, with some help from their human, performed the scene in Empire Strikes Back, where Darth Vader tells Luke Skywalker that he is Luke's father. The moment is dramatic, pivotal and thrilling. Frankly, these cats get it just right. Man brilliantly/stupidly decides to destroy wasp nest with his bare hands 7 year-old's Taylor Swift impersonation is pretty close to perfect This musical robot can play the bagpipes better than you Lin-Manuel Miranda drops pitch-perfect 'West Wing' tribute rap Read more... More about Star Wars , Cats , Watercooler , Videos , and Film
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"Darth Vader will rise from the ashes," the insider said, declaring that the character was too powerful to ever disappear from the franchise. There could also be room for a teenage Han Solo and Lando Calrissian, showing them joining the Imperial Army as new recruits. And in the meantime? Until - and if - any of that comes into fruition, fans will have to content themselves with the next couple of episodes – of which we know very little. The official title for episode 8 has not even been released yet. However, AVSForum says Lucasfilm has filed a trademark to the EU intellectual property office for Star Wars: Forces of Destiny and speculates this could well be the next film. In terms of characters, we should see the return of Luke Skywalker, Rey, Chewbacca and Kylo Ren, while Benicio del Toro plays a villain, NME says. And what about Carrie Fisher?! The death of Carrie Fisher in December "has left a disturbance in the Force", the Hollywood Reporter says.
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Let's get the answer. There you are. It is because there is a new breed of gibbon in the galaxy which has been named after Luke Skywalker. Scientists on the border between Burma and China discovered then new species and named it after the character in their favourite film.
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Darth Vader making a film? The new film is filmed in the jungle. Let's get the answer. They'd you are. It is because there is a new breed of given in the galaxy which has been named after Luke Skywalker.
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In the original Star Wars series, the dark Darth Vader surprised everyone by saving his son, the young Luke Skywalker. With his statements about Mexicans and vows to build a wall and deport 11 million people, much of the immigration community has assumed Donald Trump is, in their eyes, a [...]
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Woody Harrelson is officially joining the cast of the upcoming Star Wars standalone film centered around a young Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) , and Mashable got a chance to talk to the Hunger Games star soon after the casting news broke on Wednesday. Details about Harrelson's Star Wars role are scarce, but the actor confirmed rumors that he'll be playing "a mentor to Han," telling Mashable that his character is "also a bit of a criminal." Much as Obi-Wan Kenobi schooled Luke Skywalker in the ways of the Force, perhaps Harrelson's character will tutor the young Han Solo in the finer points of being a smuggling scoundrel. Read more... More about Alden Ehrenreich , Star Wars , Han Solo , Woody Harrelson , and Entertainment
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Researchers in China claim they have identified a new species of gibbon in the remote forests along its border with Burma—and have named it after Star Wars character Luke Skywalker.
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We have yet to learn what words of wisdom the original Han Solo had for the new guy, although the bearded Ehrenreich appeared to have Ford beat in the scruffy nerf-herder department. The film doesnt yet have a title but will focus on the early days of Solos adventures with Chewie and Lando, several years before he encountered Luke Skywalker and joined the galactic Rebellion. Its due in theaters sometime in 2018, although a specific date hasnt been set. This article originally appeared on EW.com
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It's a new species of primate just discovered in the tropical forest of south west China by researchers who are - of course - avid Star Wars fans. Luke Skywalker himself - the actor Mark Hamill - tweeted his delight. So proud of this! First the Pez dispenser, then the Underoos and US postage stamp, now this! Let's get more on this with the conservationist Bill Oddie.
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