This May 4, celebrate forty years of fandom on Star Wars Day. Today will be filled with Star Wars references and bad Yoda and Chewy impressions, but also a lot of deals and a lot of fandom. The nostalgia is strong with this one.
In our own little celebration of Star Wars Day, we've searched through Twitter for some of the most enjoyable, adorable, and down right amusing tweets for you.
The Harry Potter actor will star alongside Tom Hardy, Adam Driver, Mark Hamill and the late Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: The Last Jedi when it launches in December. Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, or leave your comments below.
Airlines blasted for poor customer service, inattention to passengers' rights
Southwest said last week it would upgrade its reservation system and change its cancellation policy to end overbooking altogether. The incident ignited a debate about poor service and a lack of customer-friendly policies on United States airlines.
He stressed that arguably one of the smartest things George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars ever did was sign on for the merchandising rights of Star Wars back in 1977. As it turns out, April was the most popular time to watch Star Wars, with viewership spiking around the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" on April 1st.
And lastly, Star Wars: The Last Jedi will mark the last time the late, and great, Carrie Fisher will be seen on the big screen after her sad and unexpected passing a year ago.
What are your Star Wars memories? Some people also consider May fifth a holiday called "Revenge of the fifth" another nod to a Star Wars movie.
Long road ahead for Trump offshore drilling order
Legal challenges would also raised to any new proposals to lease areas off the coasts of the U.S. More drilling would also add more heat-trapping greenhouse gas pollution to the atmosphere.
TBS reached a deal with Disney past year worth around $250 million for the cable TV rights to the series, which covers the first six movies, The Force Awakens, Rogue One, and other future installments.
Tesla 1Q loss widens on higher spending ahead of Model 3
The results include the effect of Tesla's acquisition of SolarCity effective beginning November 21 through December 31, 2016. More cash will be burned on setting up the proper infrastructure for the Model 3, Tesla's first mass-produced vehicle.