Did Memorial Day weekend throw you off enough that you missed some of the bigger entertainment stories this week? Well, don’t fret, because it’s time to take a look at the Best Stories of the Week. This week we’ve got updates on Gambit...Show More Summary
A very Snokey day for some Star Wars, chums. Yes, the Andy Serkis motion capture villain we’d been calling “Uber” until something official was announced has been revealed to have a crazy name and title: Supreme Leader Snoke. This makes all future “Snoke and Kylo Ren” or “Kylo Ren and Snoke” songwriting immediately ridiculous. Show More Summary
We know the world of Star Wars is one of violence and explosions, of panic-inducing Imperial invasions and fearless rebel attacks, but what if it wasn't always that way? What if a Stormtrooper, after a day of shooting his laser gun down...Show More Summary
Star Wars made us yearn to fly through space, blasting at enemies and saving the day. For years, video game companies have tried to approximate that experience with everything from 1983’s Star Wars […]
If there’s one thing the Star Wars faithful known to be true, it’s that it is hard to go a day without having a discussion with another fan about how much they dislike the prequel trilogy of The Phantom Menace, Attack Of The Clones, and Revenge Of The Sith (Sometimes giving a pass to Sith). Show More Summary
In the latest edition of “Epic Rap Battles of History,” two 19th century explorers face off against two 20th century time travelers to see who are the better wordsmiths. It would appear that Lewis and Clark (played by YouTube stars Rhett...Show More Summary
Today, May 25, is Star Wars Day—not the weird pun nonsense earlier this month that people love to call “Star Wars Day”, but the anniversary of the release of the original film in 1977. And today here on Kotaku we’re going to celebrate an oft-mocked part of Star Wars: the Expanded Universe. Read more...
On a halcyon day in late April, I was gazing toward the English Channel across a vast field of nearly ten thousand glowing white sentinels. The many crosses, punctuated by a few stars of David, are planted in the American Cemetery on a bluff above Omaha Beach in Normandy. Show More Summary
Hello everyone, and welcome to the week! It's time once again for our look back at the noteworthy updates of the last seven days. Wow, this is quite the list of updates this week, my friends. I'm almost overwhelmed at the breadth of games that got some kind of content update or fix, and I'm
Only 208 days remain until the new 'Star Wars' movie. We have a few ideas for how you can pass the time. The post Here Are Your WIRED Star Wars Challenges for Week 4 appeared first on WIRED.
Quantum Sheep, the developer behind such games as Air Supply - SOS [$1.99] and Docking Sequence [$0.99], is a huge fan favorite among our TouchArcade forum members. Its games are usually score-challenge throwbacks to the days when arcades and microcomputers ruled the roost, with easy-to-learn, hard-to-master gameplay and charming retro presentations. Oh, and lots and
Fans of Wet Hot American Summer need to check out the first look pics of the Netflix revival. Intriguing Headline of the Day: Uber Is One Step Closer To Picking You Up In A Self-Driving Car Check out Star Wars characters taking shape...Show More Summary
Matthew Sardo of the Monkeys Fighting Robots podcast recently interviewed actor Oscar Isaac (“Inside Llewyn Davis”) about his sci-fi film, Ex Machina, directed by screenwriter Alex Garland (“28 Days Later”). During the podcast, Sardo...Show More Summary
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Ricky Schroder has come a long way from his days starring on the '80s sitcom "Silver Spoons." During the spring of 2014, the former child actor spent 110 days embedded with American soldiers in Afghanistan, capturing the war-torn country...Show More Summary
Simon Pegg found himself trending on Twitter Tuesday after a recent interview with Radio Times, in which he argued that Sci-Fi films are “dumbing down” American cinema. “Before ‘Star Wars,’ the films that were box-office hits were ‘The...Show More Summary
Summer is almost here, and that means days at the beach building sandcastles! We've lined up some of the most incredibly creative sandcastles ever - including a Super Mario sandcastle, a scene from Star Wars and even a rollercoaster castle - to give you
I ordinarily wouldn’t run this but it’s from the utterly fabulous Kristina Kilgrove (she’s been seen around these parts before), and you can tell I haven’t been checking my feed for a while because this is from 10 days ago and why did my mom have to give birth to me on May the Fourth??!! Star [...]
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A group of Singaporean LEGO enthusiasts called Titan Creations built this awesome minifig-scale model of the Millenium Falcon with its interior exposed. The group built it for Legoland Malaysia’s Star Wars Day event. The model measu...