Wow Harrison Ford, you still look very good for your age! The second trailer for the newest Star Wars movie called Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now out! And, there is a ton of great footage from the movie in it, much more footage than the first trailer. Judging by the second trailer, I think J.J. Abrams knows what he is doing, and this movie is going to rock! Enjoy the trailer, and the movie comes out on December 18th, that can not get here soon enough!
From the YouTube channel OtaKing77077 or Paul Johnson, comes a great animated short film called Tie Fighter. The film features an elite squadron of Tie fighter pilots as they wage a battle against the Rebels. The animation is spectacular in this, as it’s all done in 1980’s Japanese animation that is very detailed and over the top. For someone who took four years on weekends to hand draw this, it was done beautifully!
This film is inspired by LucasArts’ 1994 TIE Fighter game, and you might not know about the game. But after watching this, you will be looking up this game. And, I like how he ended his YouTube description.
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You will love this, enjoy!
The YouTube channel Dumb Drum made a low budget shot by shot remake of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer! Instead of fancy computer graphics, they used cardboard and glue. Instead of the snowy lightsaber scene, they shot in a field with a cardboard lightsaber, and it gets better! The YouTube channel uses “Sweded”, which means summarized recreation of popular pop-culture films using limited budgets and a camcorder. This is very Sweded, enjoy!
Someone did not tell me that today is Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day, or Fat Tuesday. So Star Wars did something cool! They took pancake batter and turned it into characters from the Star Wars films! Let’s hope your pancakes don’t turn to the dark side! Enjoy!
All right, tonight I am embedding a pilot to a Star Wars like TV show that only lasted one episode! Starstruck was a CBS show that first aired in 1979. This failed sci-fi comedy featured a family called the McAllister’s opening a restaurant in outer space. If you want to see a very long and drawn out intro, bad writing, weird people in costumes, and a laugh track that makes no sense, enjoy the 26 minute video below!