We have Portman at the Oscars, McGregor talking TPM in 3D, a variety of Star Wars Mods and mash-ups, a video on building the Death Star, a cat watching Star Wars, and more in the latest edition of Star Wars is Everywhere. Enjoy!
Let's kick things off this week with a couple quick hits from the 2012 Academy Awards. Congrats to ILM for Rangotaking home the Oscar for Best Animated Feature. People.com reports that Natalie Portman quietly married her fiancé Benjamin Millepied. Their evidence for this is the big sparkly wedding ring she was sporting at the event. And a blog at the LA Times compares the Academy Awards lobby bar to the Cantina in ANH.
Gizmodo reports that Avinash Arora has updated his Star Wars Last Supper mosaic with HD images from the Blu-ray set.
Do you enjoy Star Wars Mods? If so, IGN has a sweet list of Star Wars modded games complete with video and descriptions.
Artist James Hance combines Star Wars with the cute little old couple from the animated film Up. Check it out at io9.com.
MLive.com provides pictures and a video from last weekend's Cosmic Costume Carnival at the Midland Center For The Arts.
The Chicago Sun-Times recently caught up with Ewan McGregor as he promotes his new film Salmon Fishing In Yemen. In the interview, which you can read here, Ewan touches on being surprised by the Episode I 3D release, how it feels like filming TPM was such a long time ago, and how he appreciates the re-release, if nothing else, for the promotion of the theatrical experience. Excerpt below...
"He’s glad people interested in Anakin Skywalker’s origins have an alternative to home video.
“Actors and directors go to a great deal of trouble shooting films to be seen on the big screen,” McGregor says. “I don’t want it to be a dying art. I don’t want cinemas to go the way of bookstores and record shops.
“That’s why it’s important to have ‘Star Wars’ on the big screen. You need to see that film because it’s such a spectacular film. There is some kid out there who should see it larger than life. That’s the way all movies should be seen.”' (Thanks Jimmy!)
Star Wars meets the wacky kids show Adventure Time in a t-shirt that you can purchase over at MySoti.com.
NBC's Community is set to make it's return on March 15th and considering how Star Wars-friendly the show has been in the past, it should be no surprise that a Star Wars-themed poster was created. (via GeeksAreSexy.net)
If you're looking for a new way to get in shape, NerdApproved.com showcases Star Wars Yoga posters that are guaranteed to inspire personal improvement.