Once the Internet allowed Star Wars fans around the world to connect with one another, May the 4th soon became a grassroots tradition each year, with fans online and offline proclaiming it "Star Wars Day". The new Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi, hits theaters Christmas Day, 2017. So imagine being asked to record some memorable Star Wars lines as part of some montage of fans showing their love for the saga or something silly like that, and then suddenly being interrupted by none other than Luke Skywalker himself. Oh, and here's to hoping you win the grand prize!
From Lucasfilm comes the first of the Star Wars standalone films, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", an all-new epic adventure. Maybe the biggest of the unofficial holidays is Star Wars Day, which of course happens May the Fourth. The message? "May the Fourth Be With You, Maggie".
From everyone here at the SPLASH REPORT have a happy Star Wars day and May the 4th be with you!
A long time ago, we were just stargazing kids, worshipping our letterbox collection of George Lucas' originalStar Wars trilogy. "Alexa, Tell me a Star Wars joke". There are also Star Wars-themed playlists on Google Play Music. And last April an estimated 70,000 people visited Orlando for Star Wars Celebration.
As in the books, in Star Wars Rebels a central piece of Grand Admiral Thrawn's character is his careful study of his enemies - often accomplished by reviewing the art of their culture.
Sadly, the video only covers the first verse of the song, but I'm sure some genius editor will come along one day and give us the full spoof that we all want deep down.
Liverpool thrash West Ham to close in on Champions League
Liverpool set out to attack, producing an entertaining encounter at the Olympic Stadium as West Ham was left space to counter. Liverpool will reportedly be without Roberto Firmino for this afternoon's must win game against West Ham United.
I was going to fire Comey no matter what
Although the panel was meeting as part of an annual review of threats to the U.S., Comey's dismissal was the dominant topic. McCabe also contradicted the White House claim that Comey had lost the support of rank-and-file members of the bureau.