Admit it—you've probably thought of using a lightsaber as a baseball bat ever since you first got your hands on one. But a couple of days ago, Obi-Wan Kenobi did more than think about it—he did it!
Image of the Day: Princess Leia decked out as Darth Vader
Remember how L'il Darth Vader starred in a Super Bowl commercial for Volkswagen that turned out to be the best ad of the night? Now Greenpeace has released its own version of that spot, and this time it's not being used to sell Volkswagens, but instead to paint the car company as having gone over to the Dark Side.
It's one thing to whine about one's dad, "he never hugged me," or "he worked too much," or "he embezzled millions then switched identities with me." But most dads never do stuff as bad as the things some sci-fi dads have done to their kids.
Those of us who've always felt the Star Wars prequels were a bit of a letdown from the original trilogy always hoped George Lucas would man up and apologize for them. And according to Simon Pegg's new memoir, Lucas may have done just that.
Yeah, we know that claiming this or that thing we found out on the Intertubes is the best thing ever can get stale—but we've seen LOTS of Star Wars-themed wedding cakes, and we're forced to admit this is the best one yet.
Sometimes it's hard for a geeky guy to date a non-nerdy girl. But as you'll see in the painfully funny video below, sometimes dating a geek girl can be far more challenging.
We have some news about the upcoming Star Wars TV show from Rick McCallum, producer of the second trilogy. Of course, the news is just like the Force: it has a light side and a dark side.
We normally wouldn't recommend putting a lightsaber into the hands of a one-year-old kid, but a crafty Star Wars fan found a way to convince us otherwise!
Sci-fi movies and TV are FILLED with lies—and we don't just meant the ones that Kirk told to get some of those green-skinned women into bed. No, we mean the kind of lies with devastating results and entire worlds at stake. (Sci-fi is epic that way.) Here are some of the biggest whoppers told on-screen, plus a few more subtle ones.