It's not just the rides that have made Disneyland the (repeat after us) "Happiest Place On Earth." Since 1956, silk-screened posters at the park's main entrance and along pedestrian tunnel walls have also transported us, giving a tantalizing preview of the attractions inside. And some of the MOST awesome of them advertised the sci-fi rides of Tomorrowland.
The merry pranksters at Improv Everywhere have decided to send Star Wars' flopsy-mopsy Jar Jar Binks into one of the most inhospitable territories in this arm of the galaxy: The New York City subway system. And the indigenous life forms don't take to his brand of whimsy.
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Everything's better with lightsabers. Like a couple of old French guys wailing on each other. So why not badminton? Yes. Badminton.
It's tough to parody a song that almost seems to be a parody to begin with, but we should have known that if anyone could pull it off, it would be Chad Vader.
Let's say you were a Stormtrooper with a blaster and a battle-proven suit of plasteel armor. You might think you'd have an advantage over an unarmed prisoner. But if you were the Stormtrooper in this video, and your prisoner was the hyper-observant Princess Leia, you'd be absolutely, positively WRONG.
It's not often people can learn from history's mistakes while simultaneously laughing their butts off. But that's exactly what happens when rewatching old...
Quite frankly, no one loves pop culture the way sci-fi fans love pop culture. And the most committed of sci-fi fans will take that love to a whole new level: by commemorating that passion in ink. A couple of years back we showed you 25 sci-fi tattoos from Star Wars, Star Trek and more, but here are 22 additional tattoos to remind us just how unworthy we really are.
If you really want to feel like you're part of the action while watching your favorite epic space flicks, it's hard to beat this Star Wars-themed home theater in Hawaii.
There are lots of ways to promote your alien-centric, desert-located science fiction film. But Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the Shaun of the Dead veterans at the heart of Paul, have decided to strap themselves in cardboard and pretend to be droids. Which is, I guess, one way to go.