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With all of the last minute rush that must be happening with the royal wedding, it can be easy to overlook small things like the cake topper. Just in case Kate and William don't have anything, yet, we've found a bunch of cute sci fi-themed pieces they could put on top of their regal dessert.
Not content with mashing up classic sci-fi movies with nonsensical '50s instructional videos to "teach" us good manners, the video geniuses over at OneMinuteGalactica have tweaked Star Wars to prove that, oh boy, did we really dodge a bullet when George Lucas got born in the U.S. instead of in France!
Image of the Day: Shotgun-riding Chewbacca dog
A lot has changed since Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope ... including the fact that nobody used that long unwieldy title when the film first came out. But could its surprising success be repeated today? Producer Gary Kurtz isn't so sure.
Back in February, artist Wayne Dorrington proved to us that when it comes to Star Wars: Episode IV, words are unnecessary. (Of course, when it comes to Star Wars: Episode IV, some of us think that Special Editions are unnecessary, but that's a whole different story.)
If you've got to drag yourself into the office everyday, you might as well end up somewhere that'll make you smile. At least that's what Lucasfilm Animation, which produces The Clone Wars, seems to be saying with its new office building.
Image of the Day: Squee-inducing Star Wars/Star Trek mashup
You never know what you're going to get when you record live footage. (Go to YouTube and type in "funny accidents" to see what we mean.) You might just get ... a young girl turning to the Dark Side and swearing allegiance to Darth Vader.
A lot of people criticize sci-fi shows for making small errors, like when shadows are different between two shots, and we try to give those a pass. But then there are the errors so blatant we HAVE to sit up and take notice. We have absolutely no explanation for why nobody caught these hilarious goofs in classic sci-fi films and TV programs.