In today's installment we have more TPM 3D fun, a fantastic Make-A-Wish story, an interesting Japanese commercial, random event coverage, unethical Star Wars, and more!
Still hung up on the whole Han vs. Greedo debate? Screenjunkies.com helps put things in perspective with their list of "8 Things From ‘Star Wars’ More Unethical Than Han Shooting First."
Heritage.com displays the fun had by the Great Lakes Garrison of the 501st and MJR Theaters during release weekend for TPM 3D.
7-year-old Matthew Grammer of Oklahoma has suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia since 2009. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oklahoma had it's work cut out for it when Mathew declared that his wish was to be R2-D2. With the help of Little Mountain Productions and students from Bishop Kelley High School, Matthew not only got to be his favorite astromech droid, but also got to help save the day! Click here for a read that will put a smile on your face. We wish Matthew and his family the best and commend all those who dedicated their time and efforts to acomodating his wish.
Forbes.com examines five crucial mistakes made by the leadership of the Galactic Empire.
So, apparently China's next president slept in a room with Star Wars decor some 26 years ago. In the age of the interweb, this counts as news so you can read about it at RadioIowa.com.
EDP24 reports on the Norwhich Star Wars club in the UK and how they marked the release of Episode I in 3D.
Continuing with another Episode I 3D release report, Newsarama.com details the fun had at a Chicago suburb AMC theater on opening weekend. The trend? Fathers and mothers passing the Star Wars theatrical experience down to a new generation of fans.
ReportHerald.com showcases the fun had at a recent Star Wars event held at the Loveland Public Library.
Examiner.com recounts the events of MegaCon 2012 with a short write-up and a variety of pictures.
So, how much would it cost to build the Death Star figuring 2012 prices? $852,000,000,000,000,000 according to an editorial at Centives.net.
Mike Calahan at ForcesofGeek.com speaks of why the designation "OT" should no longer be used for Star Wars.