The good folks at How It Should Have Ended tackle an easy target, this time out…Star Wars: The Phantom Menace

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Bill Hader’s Star Wars Impressions

Everybody and their mother can do Star Wars impressions. But how many people have the innovation to bypass the usual suspects like Darth Vader and Yoda in favor of the lesser-known beings from the Star Wars universe, Bill Hader, that’s who…as he proves in this segment from Conan.
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Star Wars: The Lost 1980′s Anime

Finally an answer to question: What if Star Wars was a 1980′s anime?

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Bohemian Rhapsody (Star Wars Style)

Here’s a solid effort of a Star Wars/Queen mashup by the students and faculty of the Digital Video Program at University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, Arizona

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Now the Fan Film is Complete: Star Wars Downunder!

Star Wars Downunder is a 30 minute Australian Star Wars fan film directed by Michael Cox described as “an epic tale of the good, the bad and the thirsty”.

Still not interested? How about this? Boomerang Lightsabers!

And wow! The special effects are outstanding. George! Give these guys a job!

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VIDEO: Nintendo + Star Wars = Super Smash Wars!


Here’s a well-done parody of Stars Wars done in the style of an old-school Ninetndo 64 game.
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New Star Wars Blooper Reel from “The Making of Star Wars”


It’s hard to believe that people are still digging up bloopers from a film — and the least obscure one at that — from 1977. And yet here we have some ne bloopers from the original Star Wars. The only thing missing is the sound from the first 45 seconds.

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Star Wars in Etch-A-Sketch

Some things were tailor-made for the Internet. Like this video recap of Star Wars with visuals courtesy of an Etch-a-Sketch.

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Paul S. Kemp is a mild-mannered corporate lawyer by day, out at night fighting for justice and the American way and rolling twelve sided dice in the dungeons of Detroit. He’s the author of three Star Wars tie-in books and twice that many Forgotten Realms books. His latest book, Discourse In Steel, is an original adventure fantasy from Angry Robot Books, starring Nix and Egil. It’s a sequel to his well received The Hammer and The Blade which came out last summer. He also has his latest Forgotten Realms novel The Godborn featuring Erevis Cale coming out in October. He lives up near Detroit with his wife and an expanding group of spawn. And can be found online at Twitter as @PaulSKemp, Facebook and his website paulskemp.com.


SFFWRTCHT: So we’ve talked about Egil and Nix before, but give us a quick rundown please. Who are Egil and Nix?

PAUL S. KEMP: Well, they’re the protagonists in my sword and sorcery novels from Angry Robot. Egil is the hulking, somber, brooding priest, wont to deliver sermons with hammers rather than words. Nix is a sneak thief, fancies himself the brains, quick of word and blade.
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VIDEO: Star Wars Speed Dating

Ah, Star Wars

You may not have pleased fans with the prequels…but you are a bottomless well for humor.
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The only thing that coud possibly improve upon Patton Oswalt’s Star Wars Filibuster from Parks and Rec is obviously to expend the effort to animate it. Which is exactly what the Nerdist has done.

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Some backstage footage from Star Wars Celebration Europe has Carrie Fisher and Warwick Davis chatting about Return of the Jedi, 30 years after it hit theaters.

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TUESDAY TUNE: Meco Star Wars, TopPop Style

From 1970 to 1988 TopPop brought all the latest pop hits to Dutch TV. As many of you may recall, 1977 saw the release of a little film called Star Wars, and the inevitable disco version of the theme by Meco. Of course, this version was featured on TopPop and now you can relive that segment in all it’s Dutch pop glory.

WARNING! Incomprehensible disco dancing and costumes ahead!
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Star Wars Down Under is a nice looking fan film that puts an Australian skin on Star Wars. as this trailer demonstrates, the effects look quite good. And if that weren’t enough to make you watch it, two words: boomerang lightsabers!

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In this recreation of the famous Star Wars cantina scene, Billy Dee Williams sings Karaoke!

The only way this could be cooler is if Chris Hardwick starred as Han Solo and Patton Oswalt tended bar. Oh wait — that’s in there too!

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BOOK TRAILER: William Shakespeare’s Star Wars

William Shakespeare’s Star Wars does pretty much what you think it does…as evidenced by the book’s trailer.

But just in case you want to know the official book description:

Return once more to a galaxy far, far away with this sublime retelling of George Lucas’s epic Star Wars in the style of the immortal Bard of Avon. The saga of a wise (Jedi) knight and an evil (Sith) lord, of a beautiful princess held captive and a young hero coming of age, Star Wars abounds with all the valor and villainy of Shakespeare’s greatest plays. ’Tis a tale told by fretful droids, full of faithful Wookiees and fearstome Stormtroopers, signifying…pretty much everything.

Reimagined in glorious iambic pentameter—and complete with twenty gorgeous Elizabethan illustrations–William Shakespeare’s Star Wars will astound and edify Rebels and Imperials alike. Zounds! This is the book you’re looking for

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So this is a real thing: William Shakespeare’s Star Wars by Ian Doescher.

Here’s the synopsis:
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VIDEO: That Time the Death Star Destroyed The Enterprise

Man, the Empire simply does not like the Federation…

Some great imagery in this video set over the skies of San Francisco…
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What’s a parent to do to while away the time with the kids? If you’re filmmaker and Star Wars fan Sam K. Hale, you enlist your kids and their friends to film a new episode of Star Wars called Star Wars Episode 7: Return of the Junior Jedi.

I’m not saying this is Oscar material, but it’s pretty darned good and these kids actually did a better job under Sam than Samuel L. Jackson did under Lucas’s direction.

Bam!

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Martha Wells Does Star Wars

Martha Wells has posted the cover art of the her upcoming Star Wars novel Razor’s Edge, which features Princess Leia in an adventure that takes place shortly after the detruction of the Death Star in Star in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.

Here’s the synopsis:
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