It seems lots of Star Wars fanatics are mixing characters from George Lucas' classic film with other favorites, resulting in creative new twists.
"Darth Vader v. Barbie"? Who thinks up this stuff?
Who do you think prevails? You might be surprised!
Here's a video that takes dialogue (voice of James Earl Jones)
from the movie "Coming to America" (starring Eddie Murphy)
and mixes it up with scenes and dialogue from Star Wars.
"Coming to Alderan"
All for laughs and amusement. Who doesn't need that?
This is a fun one.
The Stormtroopers got the moves, man!
"Stormtroopers Wonder Girls Dance"
And one more, Legos and Star Wars.
"Lego Star Wars - Luke Skywalker VS Darth Vader"
I think someone has too much time on their hands!
I wonder what George Lucas thinks of all this? Who woulda thunk back in 1977 that this would be the future of Star Wars? YouTube is exploding with this stuff.
Where would we be without creativity?
"We all operate in two contrasting modes, which might be called open and closed. The open mode is more relaxed, more receptive, more exploratory, more democratic, more playful and more humorous. The closed mode is the tighter, more rigid, more hierarchical, more tunnel-visioned. Most people, unfortunately spend most of their time in the closed mode. Not that the closed mode cannot be helpful.
"If you are leaping a ravine, the moment of takeoff is a bad time for considering alternative strategies. When you charge the enemy machine-gun post, don't waste energy trying to see the funny side of it. Do it in the 'closed' mode. But the moment the action is over, try to return to the 'open' mode—to open your mind again to all the feedback from our action that enables us to tell whether the action has been successful, or whether further action is needed to improve on what we have done. In other words, we must return to the open mode, because in that mode we are the most aware, most receptive, most creative, and therefore at our most intelligent."
~ John Cleese
Are you a Star Wars fan? If you could pick one of your favorite characters to fight Darth Vader, who would it be?
I think I'd like to see Katniss from THE HUNGER GAMES go up against him. Or maybe Bella from Twilight after she's changed into a vampire. Nah, maybe not. That's a no brainer, but maybe my old fav, Popeye, might make for an interesting match against Darth Vader!