Star Wars Intro Creator is a wonderful website, developed by Bruno Orlandi and based on the work of Tim Pietrusky, that allows users to write their own adventures and display them as a classic Star Wars style opening crawl.
Here is mine.
Make your own.
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Jan 3rd 2016 (12:01am)
Reviewer Peter K. Rosenthal explains why The Force Awakens can never live up to his memories of A New Hope, but may hold the promise of similar memory for today's generation.
By: dave
Thursday, Dec 24th 2015 (1:21pm)
anticipation enough of this waiting
i cannot wait for this force awakens
inside of my soul this ticket i hold
let's pile in a car and go to the show
By: dave
Thursday, Dec 17th 2015 (12:07am) | Thanks: Pilgrymm
So you're all excited about that new Star Wars release but have to check up on the viability of some of that story. Or, perhaps you simply need a good reference about the whole Star Wars franchise. You now have your own wiki. Presenting Wookieepedia.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Dec 17th 2015 (12:07am)
The New Orleans Swamp Donkeys perform old-fashioned jazz covers of Star Wars music.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Dec 11th 2015 (1:39am)
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The Amsterdam-based company, Snurk, has created a fantastic Star Wars-themed bedding that turns kids into either Darth Vader or Chewbacca. The Darth Vader and Chewie bedding sets are available to purchase online from the J.Crew website.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Nov 26th 2015 (1:30am)
While there have been scads of redubs of Star Wars, this one actually made me laugh a couple times. GO!
By: dave
Friday, Nov 13th 2015 (12:09am) | Thanks: jt wood
Everyone's bitching about how there's been no sign of Luke Skywalker in any of the trailers for the new flick. For fuck's sake, people, pay attention. He's in EVERY scene!
By: dave
Thursday, Oct 29th 2015 (12:00am) | Thanks: beppo
Charley Locke has some revelations to share about Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Sep 29th 2015 (4:04am) | Thanks: Miss C
The duo behind The LEGO Movie will direct an early tale of the smuggler-turned-hero, with a screenplay by Lawrence and Jon Kasdan. The story focuses on how young Han Solo became the smuggler, thief, and scoundrel whom Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi first encountered in the cantina at Mos Eisley.
By: dave
Wednesday, Jul 8th 2015 (12:01am)
Paris, France-based artist Nicolas Amiard of the BETC ad agency has digitally inserted images of wrecked Star Wars spaceships into actual photos of major cities around the world. A destroyed Imperial Star Destroyer ends its journey in Paris, the legendary Millennium Falcon gets stuck in New York City, and more. Amiard's entire series of images are available to view on Behance.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Jun 24th 2015 (12:05am)
China has become one with the Force by showing the original "Star Wars" film at cinemas for the first time, nearly four decades after it became a global hit and cornerstone of Western popular culture.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 16th 2015 (9:13am) | Thanks: reddit
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've probably heard about or seen the new Star Wars teaser that came out today. If you haven't seen it yet, here you go.

I must admit, I am excite.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 16th 2015 (2:40pm)
Princess Leia is propositioned numerous times as she walks down the streets of New York City.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Nov 15th 2014 (3:48am)
While the confluence of bubblegum pop and the Star Wars universe has produced this bit of fluff, at least it comes with a hot Vader.
By: dave
Friday, Nov 7th 2014 (3:40am) | Thanks: mefi
YUP | 1 BFFs
Illustrator Chris Gugliotti heartbreakingly captures the raw deal the Rancor's keeper got, and then makes it all better.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 20th 2014 (12:04am)
Our goal is to "improve" the Star Wars prequel trilogy by adding fart jokes over the entire 6 hour running time of the films, then release a 30-60 minute long supercut of the most poignant moments.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 7th 2014 (12:00am) | Thanks: topless robot
Sesame Street does Star Wars, and it's fucking GLORIOUS.
By: dave
Friday, Sep 12th 2014 (1:02pm) | Thanks: topless robot
If you watched Jeopardy! last night, you know what this is. For the rest of you, it's Darth Vader explaining the Pythagorean theorem.
By: dave
Friday, Aug 8th 2014 (12:01am)
No, not really. Video made by Frank Wunderlich. He turned Frankfurt Airport into an Imperial Starport.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Jul 10th 2014 (12:16am)
When you watch a modern movie trailer, you are seeing the very best scenes in the movie. So why go watch the whole movie? The trailer producers think they are putting one over on us, and implying that the entire movie is this good. Whether you see through that or not, they tend to give away too much of the plot while they're at it. Glove and Boots gives us an example in the movie The Empire Strikes Back, and show us what a modern-day trailer for the film would be like.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Jun 10th 2014 (12:01am) | Thanks: Pleated Jeans
Before you get too excited, this isn't an official poster for Star Wars VII. It's a mockup of all 13 of the announced cast members in appropriate dress -as far as we know.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, May 9th 2014 (1:02am)
You're not alone. Now, with some deft stickery action, you can do it too.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 11th 2014 (12:00am) | Thanks: topless robot
The three iconic actors at the centre of the original Star Wars trilogy will begin shooting JJ Abrams' Episode VII in April, according to Carrie Fisher. "I'd like to wear my old [cinnamon buns] hairstyle again but with white hair," the Press Association reported her as saying. "I think that would be funny."
By: dave
Thursday, Jan 23rd 2014 (4:27am)
Dennis Muren looks back on how Industrial Light & Magic animated the AT-AT walkers from The Empire Strikes Back's Battle of Hoth sequence -- and the inspiration for the techniques used.

Originally, Muren and his team were unsure of how they would bring the AT-ATs to life. The first idea was to build an actual robot that could move by itself, but that was deemed too complicated and costly. Instead, Muren pushed for stop-motion, citing the influence of King Kong and the realization that the staccato look of stop-motion would be appropriate for machines. Models were manipulated a frame at a time, animated in front of painted backgrounds instead of blue screen, with baking soda was used in place of snow.

It was shot at 24 frames per second, resulting in about 5 seconds of footage per day of work. For explosions, high speed photography was used, and cutouts were used for background walkers.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Dec 12th 2013 (3:16am)

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