Mark Hamill is well-known for playing Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars” and when fans ask for his autograph he always adds his own witty comments to the mix.
Special effects were a lot more primitive back in the day and this is a look at how they were created backstage for major films like Star Wars.
Star Wars enthusiasts may already have picked up on why light sabers have different colors in the film but for those of us who don’t know, here is a quick guide.
Star Wars' most hated character is back to ruin every scene of Star Wars The Force Awakens.
You can watch the Star Wars trailer here if not already done.
A little longer that the first one.
This odd photo shoot was featured in the Rolling Stone magazine in 1983 and it is an unusual theme to put as the background to the iconic sci-fi movie characters.
Bernard Szukiel spent four years building this awesome model of the Star Wars Millennium Falcon and he did a great job. He made it out of paper!
These paintings were used in "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi" and these photos show their creators in the process of painting them as well as the finished product.
Let's also not forget the George Lucas parody
Seen in the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' teaser trailer.
Here's what the new Star Wars trailer would look like if George Lucas made it.
The real one this time
The quality is not great but it will do the trick until the official HD release.
The original video
The male version
The male parody
Now, this looks fun!
A pretty good 'too long; didn't watch' summary for the lazy.