Star Wars Vs. Call of Duty, Yoda is everywhere, a ficticious Star Wars saga video game, an old school Mark Hamill interview, Chewie on the set of Glee, the Star Wars college football fantasy team, and more serve as your main course for this pre-Thanksgiving edition of Star Wars is Everywhere.
Call of Duty is all the rage in the video game world but Eurogamer.net details why the game franchise can't compete with the GFFA.
io9.com brings our attention to the fact that Yoda is apparently a pitch man for Cup Noodles in Japan.
Speaking of Yoda, the pint sized Jedi Master was the answer to last night's Final Jeopardy question in the category of "Movie Characters." Click on the image above. (Thanks again Justin!)
TGDaily.com takes a look back to "The early days of Star Wars."
The folks over at ComicBookMovie.com want a Star Wars video game that spans the entire six film saga (not counting LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga). So, they've taken the initiative to design the box art and game concept without actually creating the game itself. For someone who would love to see such a game, it's a fun post that's worth checking out.
What if Star Wars characters (good and bad) were to band together to create an unstoppable college football organization? With Vader as the athletic director and Yoda as the head coach, what could possibly go wrong. Visit BleacherReport.com for a slideshow detailing the components of Star Wars U. (Thanks Som!)
Our friend Siddique noticed that famous UK chef Jamie Oliver was sporting a nice Tatooine hat in his latest program. You can check out a video here or simply click on the image above for a full view. (Thanks Siddique!)
Last month's Digital Contents Expo in Tokyo featured a real life holo display that's quite similar to those we see throughout the Star Wars saga. Check it out at Reghardware.com.
OCRegister.com and EndorExpress.net got a chance to check out the newly opened Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination exhibit in Santa Ana, California and provide nice write-ups with a number of pictures. (Thanks Brian!)
And last, but certainly not least, the Official SW.com Blog has stumbled upon an old 1977 interview with Mark Hamill...