Have you seen “A Star Is Born”? Did you watch the Oscars? If you’re a fan, and also a Star Wars fan, then you have to see this fun parody from Nerdist Presents. We’re taking this SHIP to a whole new level in a galaxy far, far away. When the characters of Star Wars meet the emotional medley of “Shallow” from “A Star is Born” we get a glimpse at a star-crossed romance between two rivals. Sit back, grab an ice cold glass of green milk, and enjoy the newest Nerdist Presents music video parody. From the team that brought you “That Spidey Life” and “Young King”. Check it out below: Nerdist Comedy features comedy shorts of every type, including parody music videos, fake intros for rebooted or reimagined television shows, bogus toy commercials, geeky skits and sketches and other twisted takes on pop culture. Join the forum discussion on…
We have some amazing news for all Star Wars fans! You can now experience the Star Wars world in the shower. Star Wars showerheads allow fans to soak right under the gaze of Darth Vader or the body of R2D2, giving you a fun experience even in the shower. You can find the new shower heads at Bed Bath and Beyond and range from $24.99 to $29.99. We are sure that many fans, especially the younger ones, are going to buy these up in a heartbeat.
Here it is… the new SWTOR controller 3.o. It has everything you need for a hilarious, I mean, fun time playing the class of your choice. You may need to make the image bigger to see all the details but we think you’ll like it as much as we did. The Hatred Assassin, for example, has the “Instant win” button. It also has buttons for resetting the battle the 1st, 2nd and 3rd time. Lightning Sorc has the “ForceSpam” button and don’t forget about all of those LOLs. All in all, it’s a pretty hilarious diagram and we know our readers can appreciate it as well. Thank yous go out to Xinikos on Reddit for the heads-up and some of the commenters there have some pretty good ideas of their own. If you had a custom controller to play SWTOR, what would your functions be?
BioWare posted one of their infamous April fool jokes today – The ultimate noob killer! Be the Weapon! Be the Asteroid! 04.01.2014 Take your Asteroid to Space! Who needs blaster bolts, ion cannons, or missiles, when your ship itself can be the weapon? Thanks to new Czerka technology, pilots can now jump into the cockpit of The Asteroid and take out their enemies head on. Blend into the battleground and lock onto unsuspecting enemies. The Asteroid specializes in tractor beams that reels their victims in. By the time the target realizes the situation, they will be blown to smithereens across the Asteroid’s rocky hull. More aggressive pilots will enjoy ramming into their foes with deadly accuracy. They won’t know what hit them until you hit them! Pilots should keep in mind that like the Bomber, the Asteroid is a big target with low maneuverability, blending into the terrain is a…
Great daily funny from @StoleTarts (Megan) on Twitter: Photoset: #SWTOR How to kill a Hutt with the Force: An illustrated guide. tmblr.co/Znt_PvlwJT8s — Megan (@StoleTarts) May 27, 2013 You can see the full photoset here on her Tumblr along with other funnies and SWTOR posts. She writes fanfic and regular tweets about games and SWTOR. Do you have a daily SWTOR funny you want us to share? Send us a message or leave a comment and let us know!
Michael Arndt was announced as the screenwriter for “Star Wars: Episode VII” back in November 2012, so what has he been doing since then? According to a hilarious new Funny or Die video of his alleged first day writing the upcoming movie’s screenplay, he’s been having a whole lot of writer’s block. Of course, this is all a joke, but Arndt does have some priceless terrible lines to show off here. From “Sir, we’ve identified the nerf herder. He has a herd of nerfs” to “‘Yoda’s alive! How?’ Explain later, I will,” Arndt’s fake lack of inspiration is a pleasure to watch. The video has become increasingly popular since it was released, and hopefully it will lead to more Funny or Die “Star Wars” videos going forward. It is the first time Arndt has commented in a big way on his involvement in “Episode VII,” even if the clip does…
What if you could learn all of your school and college lessons through SWTOR storyline? One fan has shown us just what that would be like with these depictions of Conservation Biology, 20th Century European History and Introduction to Film. Conservation Biology 20th Century European History Introduction to Film Source: imgur
We all know that J.J. Abrams was officially selected to direct Star Wars: Episode 7. Since he also has an involvement in the new Star Trek films, it will be interesting to see how he does on each. Even funnier, however, would be to see a merge of the two. This is exactly what The Verge has done in this hilarious thread that also invites you to post your own photo response. Make sure you scroll down through all the comments as well as the post itself. Source: The Verge Star trek and Star Wars have always been mashed up. Check out more examples below:
Following up on Lisa’s Star Wars 7 Rumor Roundup from yesterday, Conan O’Brien has been running these Episode VII ‘audition tapes’ from various directors. Some of them are extremely hilarious, yet I would love to see how Lars Von trier would do a Star Wars movie. Kevin Smith: Woody Allen: Wes Anderson Michael Moore: Todd Philip and my favorite the Infamous horror director Tom Six, make of one of the most absurde movies ever The Human Centipede:
Now here is something you don’t’ see every day: An orchestra flash mob in the Wallrafplatz, in the center of Cologne in Germany. I have always been a huge fan of flashmobs, but I have never seen a full out orchestral flash mobs — that play the Star Wars Theme. I also love that they brought both harp and timpani. That’s dedication. We can only hope they show up at next July’s Celebration Europe II oh… And as a bonus video, I give you the newest Star Wars spoof from our old friend OneMinuteGalactica – The Awkward Awards. Yes, Everything is so less regal and majestic when the music cuts out: