17 Celebs You (Probably) Never Knew Were Huge Star Wars Fans
Sure, we all love "Star Wars," but some celebs take that love above and beyond. Here are some of Hollywood's biggest fans of that galaxy far, far away.
Kimmel dressed up like Princess Leia (buns and all), while Guillermo was Yoda on the Halloween episode where Harrison Ford dressed up like a hot dog.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
In 2014, the two Comedy Central stars battled for the title of the World's Biggest Star Wars fan, complete with the immortal, "I love you," "I know" Leia and Han moment.
Nick Frost and Simon Pegg
While doing the junket for "Paul" near Area 51, the "Shaun of the Dead" costars did a shot-for-shot recreation of "Star Wars," except they didn't get very far and the whole thing disintegrated into a shoving match. C3PO is a bit of gold-plated nancy, isn't he?
Who knew, right? Kaling moderated "The Force Awakens" global press event, kicking off the panel with “I know when you think of me, you think ‘huge Star Wars fan.’” But her love for the franchise is legit. As she says: "It’s an action movie, it’s a buddy movie ... In fact, it’s everything except those boxing movies that come out every holiday season."
Neil Patrick Harris
NPH shared this truly epic Halloween photo of himself as Obi-Wan Kenobi, husband David Burtka as Han Solo, daughter Harper Grace as Leia, and son Gideon Scott as Luke. The Force is strong with this family.
The comedian took her love of "Star Wars" to the dark side for this sexy GQ photo shoot. It might not be family friendly, but it guarantees her a place on the list of most diehard fans.
Liz Lemon's only hope of avoiding jury duty in a 2009 episode of "30 Rock"? Pretend to be Princess Leia! Sadly, the ruse does not work.
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Andy Samberg and Seth Meyers
When late night host Seth Meyers is accidentally sent a real lightsaber, the battle is on! His adversary, Andy Samberg, also appeared as Luke and Yoda in the Stand Up to Cancer "Star Wars" video.
Key and Peele
MacFarlane dedicated three whole episodes to the retelling of the original "Star Wars" trilogy (entitled "Laugh it Up, Fuzzball") with Peter Griffin as Han Solo and himself as "Guy Loading Solo," who must transport the frozen-in-carbonite hero. Now THAT's a true fan.
The "Pitch Perfect" actress starred in a Star Wars Battlefront ad, channeling her best Obi-Wan with "If you strike me down..."
For Halloween 2013, the former "Who's the Boss?" star shared this photo on Instragram of herself in costume as Leia. That's her son, Milo, rocking the Yoda outfit.