Sweater Vests Are Cool
honeynut-feeelios:

See you on the ice rebel scum

honeynut-feeelios:

See you on the ice rebel scum

nbugrawr:

Remembering Genndy Tartakovsky’s Clone Wars. Acrylic background paintings by talented Scott Wills.

I ruined a kids life today.

joellamarano:

I was telling him my cats name is Anakin.

And he was like ‘Skywalker?!’

Me: “Yeah! Sometimes he acts a little bit like Vader though.”

He kinda just stared at me, “What? Why? What do you mean?”

Me: “Because they are the same person.”

Him [In a very distressed voice]: “WHAT DO YOU MEAN???”

It than dawned on me that this kid has probably only ever seen the Clone Wars cartoon and idolizes Anakin as this great man.

And this is how I ruined a five year old kids life.

fashionsfromhistory:

Headdress
19th Century
Chalacha People, Mongolia
VCM

fashionsfromhistory:

Headdress

19th Century

Chalacha People, Mongolia

VCM

jedihufflepuff:

Lupita Nyong’o has read for a part in Star Wars VII

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and it’s for a sith

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sauronthenecromancer:

team-free-will-and-the-impala:

justasimplerachel:

ive been laughing at this for about 20 minutes because
pew pew

i fucking hate this website

its 3am and there are tears streaming down my face because of this

sauronthenecromancer:

team-free-will-and-the-impala:

justasimplerachel:

ive been laughing at this for about 20 minutes because

pew pew

i fucking hate this website

its 3am and there are tears streaming down my face because of this

archiemcphee:

English artist Craig Davison creates series of paintings that beautifully illustrate the awesome power of childhood imagination and our limitless ability to play pretend as our favorite movie characters. He draws from a wide variety of movies, but the pieces seen here all revolve around Star Wars.

Kids play their hearts in the foreground while their shadows loom larger than life in the background as the fictional characters they’re pretending to be. Tree branches have become light sabers, cardboard tubes and a hair dryer work equally well as blasters, a garbage can and a colander are all you need to be R2-D2 and C3PO, and a pair of headphones serve as Princess Leia’s cinnamon bun hairdo.

Visit Craig Davison’s website to check out more of his delightful and nostalgic artwork. Then go grab a tree branch and meet us at the park for a light saber duel.

[via Nerd Approved]

broken-endings:

hammandbuble:

jenngofett:

That day, Vader was amazed to discover that when Boba was saying “As you wish”, what he meant was, “I love you.”

#have been laughing for approximately 5000 years at this joke #oh my god #that is hilarious #i am trying so hard not to laugh out loud in the office

booturtle:

So much cute!

{photo set: Chewbacca and Friends by Cuije Photo}

sirensongfashion:

Audrey Marnay in “Star Wars Couture” by Irving Penn for Vogue US April 1999

a-useless-bag-of-fandom:

becausesometimesdreamsdocometrue:

searching-sinking:

victran:

always reblog!

LITERALLY THE MOST PERFECT GIF SET EVR

this speaks to me on a spiritual level

Watch the video.

korra:

i wish i loved this less

pinkrobotgirl:

dr-archeville:

Some interesting ideas in the comments section.

I hope they keep the Yuuzhan Vong.

The EU was my life all through middle school and high school. This is hard for me.

Yeahhh I hated most of the EU so… I’m at peace with this.

The thing that killed me about this setup was, okay, you put me in this bathing suit - but then I have to stop talking from here on? Strip me, and I’m silent! I am defiant with everyone else - Tarkin, Darth Vader - but this slug really shuts me up. Any defiance I had in the other movies, all gone.

I was so very happy to kill [Jabba]. It meant I could talk again. They asked me if I wanted a stunt double to kill Jabba and I said, ‘Really, really not. I really, really want to kill him myself.’

Carrie Fisher on being Slave Leia (via tederick)

Reason 10000 to despise the metal bikini and everyone involved with the decision to use it. Leia’s lack of dialogue in those scenes emphasizes that when she has the bikini on, she is an object for the male gaze to enjoy, not a person in her own right. 

I’m happy that Leia at least got to forcibly take her agency back by killing Jabba with the chain that bound her, but I’m so angry that that’s the only moment of defiance she takes part in.

(via womenofstarwars)

itswalky:

just when you think it can’t get any better suddenly it does