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Star Wars Kid is the nickname given to Ghyslain Raza, a Canadian teenager who filmed himself fighting against imaginary sentries with a golf-ball retriever, as though it were a double-sided light saber wielded by the antagonist Darth Maul in Star Wars : Episode I . Over the last decade, it is estimated that the original, unmodified Star Wars Kid video has accumulated over one billion views.

On November 2nd, 2002, Raza recorded an 8mm movie of himself pretend-fighting with a club in his high school studio, but forgot to take the cassette tape home with him. Unbeknownst to Raza, the footage was eventually discovered by three of his classmates on April 19th, 2003 and posted online via Kazaa, a popular P2P file-sharing network, on April 14th, 2003.

On April 22nd, 2003, game developer Bryan Dube [1] blogged the first CGI -edited version of Raza’s video, now equipped with a glowing lightsaber and appropriate science fiction sound effects. On April 29th, 2003, blogger Andy Baio [2] published both the original and CGI -edited versions on his website, naming the video file “Star_Wars_Kid.wmv” (shown below).

Star Wars Kid is the nickname given to Ghyslain Raza, a Canadian teenager who filmed himself fighting against imaginary sentries with a golf-ball retriever, as though it were a double-sided light saber wielded by the antagonist Darth Maul in Star Wars : Episode I . Over the last decade, it is estimated that the original, unmodified Star Wars Kid video has accumulated over one billion views.

On November 2nd, 2002, Raza recorded an 8mm movie of himself pretend-fighting with a club in his high school studio, but forgot to take the cassette tape home with him. Unbeknownst to Raza, the footage was eventually discovered by three of his classmates on April 19th, 2003 and posted online via Kazaa, a popular P2P file-sharing network, on April 14th, 2003.

On April 22nd, 2003, game developer Bryan Dube [1] blogged the first CGI -edited version of Raza’s video, now equipped with a glowing lightsaber and appropriate science fiction sound effects. On April 29th, 2003, blogger Andy Baio [2] published both the original and CGI -edited versions on his website, naming the video file “Star_Wars_Kid.wmv” (shown below).

This article contains full spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. If you have not yet seen the movie, read on at your own risk.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi essentially wiped the slate clean for future movies in the Star Wars franchise, culminating by literally looking to the stars in order to hint at what's to come.

With over two years to go until Episode IX hits theaters, IGN's team of Star Wars superfans put their heads together to speculate on the likeliest theories about what will happen in the third and final movie in this new Star Wars trilogy. Here are our 10 best:

Star Wars Kid is the nickname given to Ghyslain Raza, a Canadian teenager who filmed himself fighting against imaginary sentries with a golf-ball retriever, as though it were a double-sided light saber wielded by the antagonist Darth Maul in Star Wars : Episode I . Over the last decade, it is estimated that the original, unmodified Star Wars Kid video has accumulated over one billion views.

On November 2nd, 2002, Raza recorded an 8mm movie of himself pretend-fighting with a club in his high school studio, but forgot to take the cassette tape home with him. Unbeknownst to Raza, the footage was eventually discovered by three of his classmates on April 19th, 2003 and posted online via Kazaa, a popular P2P file-sharing network, on April 14th, 2003.

On April 22nd, 2003, game developer Bryan Dube [1] blogged the first CGI -edited version of Raza’s video, now equipped with a glowing lightsaber and appropriate science fiction sound effects. On April 29th, 2003, blogger Andy Baio [2] published both the original and CGI -edited versions on his website, naming the video file “Star_Wars_Kid.wmv” (shown below).

This article contains full spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. If you have not yet seen the movie, read on at your own risk.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi essentially wiped the slate clean for future movies in the Star Wars franchise, culminating by literally looking to the stars in order to hint at what's to come.

With over two years to go until Episode IX hits theaters, IGN's team of Star Wars superfans put their heads together to speculate on the likeliest theories about what will happen in the third and final movie in this new Star Wars trilogy. Here are our 10 best:

Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion is a forty-five minute long (one-hour with commercials), two-part animated television movie that serves as the series premiere for the animated television series Star Wars Rebels . The film premiered online for verified users of WatchDisneyXD.com on September 26 , 2014 , and made its television debut on Disney Channel on October 3 , 2014. Spark of Rebellion was released on commercial DVD on October 14 , 2014. The movie re-aired on the ABC Network on October 26 , with a new prologue featuring Darth Vader and the Grand Inquisitor .

It is a dark time. The Jedi are no more, and the Empire rules the galaxy with an iron fist -- bringing tyranny to the Outer Rim world of Lothal . Their ominous presence is a cloud over the planet , squashing any hope of freedom or a better life, especially for 14- year -old orphan Ezra Bridger . But the young con artist soon finds that destiny has other plans for him, as he encounters a small band of rebels who dare to strike back against the Empire. [6]

Some time after the Clone Wars and the rise of the Galactic Empire , the Jedi hunter known as the Grand Inquisitor is on the bridge of a Star Destroyer , where he speaks via hologram to the Sith Lord and fallen Jedi Knight Darth Vader . Vader tells the Inquisitor that, though the Jedi Knights are all but destroyed, Emperor Sheev Palpatine has foreseen a new threat rising against the Empire—the "children of the Force ." Vader orders the Inquisitor to ensure that they do not become Jedi and that, if they do not join the Empire, they be destroyed. With Vader's order, the Inquisitor ensures his master that it would be done.


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