Happy Star Wars Day to all you scruffy-looking nerf-herders out there! The Force is with us all every May 4th, and the Internet has been busy celebrating the 2017 holiday.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" honored May the Fourth by re-editing footage from the "Star Wars" films (including the prequels) to make the characters sing "All Star" by Smash Mouth.
Quality stuff that is. Mmm. (How long do you think it took them to dig through the films and find all of the words?)
You must remember Fallon's a cappella video from back in December 2015, to promote the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens":That video has about 38 million views, so you're probably familiar with it. It never gets old, though.
The next movie on the Star Wars schedule is Episode VIII, aka "The Last Jedi," which arrives in theaters this December 15, 2017. Episode IX is expected to start filming this summer for a 2019 release.
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