Today is the 40th anniversary of the release of Star Wars, now known as Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope. It’s about as iconic as a film can get and subsequently spawned the gargantuan media franchise that we all know and love today. …
What happened to outtakes from the original Star Wars movie, since renamed Episode IV: A New Hope? No, we're not talking about that scene where the stormtrooper bangs his head on the door — that gaffe made it into the film, and …
There's little in this world as delightful as a blooper reel. And a Star Wars blooper reel? A sublime joy. The first few clips in this newly surfaced collection of outtakes don't have any sound, but don't worry: The audio kicks in with plenty of …
A hilarious blooper reel from the iconic 1977 film Star Wars Episode IV has been unearthed. CAPE TOWN - A 36-year-old blooper reel from Star Wars Episode IV is doing the rounds online, proving just how difficult it is to run around in a …
There’s SO much Star Wars merch out there and few galactic items catch my eye anymore. Well, that is until I came across this robotic vacuum POWERbot duo by Samsung. One looks like the head of a stormtrooper and the other of …
Two minutes and 36 seconds. That’s how much never-before-seen footage of “Star Wars” bloopers was posted to YouTube Sunday, getting more than a million views in just a couple of days. There’s just something particularly …
including Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Some of the plot holes range from the egregious to the benign, including how Princess Leia remembered her mother to why the technology looks different in the prequels. While there are mistakes here and …
It's official. A bloopers reel for the original 1977 "Star Wars" movie exists. Found in time for Comic-Con 2013 the blooper reel contains outtakes and other cut scenes. Loyal "Star Wars" fans at Comic-Con were treated to a screening. For 36 …
While Star Wars fans are in debate on whether J.J. Abrams can do service to the upcoming reboot, here's something we all can agree on enjoying: never before seen bloopers from the original films. Clumsy storm troopers? Harrison Ford …
The original "Star Wars" is such an iconic film that it's often easy to remember that it was made just like any other movie, with actors occasionally screwing up a line. And unlike any other movie, there was a disturbing lack of bloopers or raw …
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