Vader's weather report, Moves Like Jabba, Star Wars thievery, a fun GFFA alphabet, Christopher Nolan, and more all combine to create the latest episode of Star Wars is Everywhere.
A mini Darth Vader showed to help Lowell Melser with this morning's weather report on Baltimore's WBALTV Channel 11. Check out the video right here.
Did ESPN channel a certain famous bounty hunter when coming up with their logo? (Thanks Anthony!)
BuzzFeed.com highlights five fantastic Star Wars-inspired Jack-O-Lanterns.
A Star Wars item popped up on the October 11 police log of the Salem Patch:
"A Derby Street resident reported a small wooden pipe and "a replica Star Wars lightsaber (silver handle, green blade)" was stolen from his secured apartment. Police said there were no signed of forced entry into the apartment."
io9.com points us to an outtake from the documentary These Amazing Shadows in which The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan discusses his love of Star Wars.
Star Wars alphabets are nothing new but this creation by Fabian “Lishoffs” Gonzales is one of the best and most fun to decipher.
Science fiction meets fantasty in this io9.com gallery of mash-up artwork. Star Wars is well represented!
From our friend Matt:
"I thought you guys might enjoy this video, Moves Like Jabba, which is a spoof of Maroon 5’s Moves Like Jagger. Jabba the Hutt is so much better than Mick Jagger, right? The video has it all, a Slave Leia, some members of the 501st Legion. What more could you want?"
While many fans consider The Empire Strikes Back to be the pinnacle of Star Wars filmmaking, ComicBookMovie.com makes the case for A New Hope being the greatest film of all time.
A video of R2-D2 interacting with a cute little baby made it onto the weekend edition of The Today Show.