Solo tickets going on sale at the crack of May the Fourth

Solo tickets going on sale at the crack of May the Fourth

Solo tickets going on sale at the crack of May the Fourth

May 4 is celebarted as Star Wars Day by the fans of the franchise. The original trilogy is still loved by fans and for anyone who wishes to know all about Star Wars, these three films are a must.

In the continuation of John Boyega's interview, he also revealed the first step he is going to do for Star Wars: Episode 9's filming is to grow out his hair. Prices start at $1.99 for a Star Wars baby's-first-year calendar. The phrase "May the Fourth be with you" was first published in a newspaper advertisement on May 4, 1979, by the conservative party.

Although the day was not created by Lucasfilm, the company that created the franchise has embraced the spirit of the fandom.

Partners from across the Star Wars galaxy have joined forces to celebrate the initiative.

The most valuable Star Wars toys: are you sitting on a FORTUNE? In 2007, to mark the 30th anniversary of Star Wars release date, the Los Angeles City Council declared May 25 as Star Wars Day. As the vast majority were played with (as they should be) if you've still got some boxed up somewhere, you could be quids in! On behalf of Star Wars: Force for Change, funds unlocked through this campaign will help UNICEF to provide Ready-to-Use-Therapeutic Food packets to children suffering from malnutrition, helping them to have a chance at a brighter future.


How much money is Disney and Lucasfilm's Solo: A Star Wars Story set to make over its opening weekend later this month and how much money does the film need to earn to be considered a success?

You could watch them one after the other, in whichever order you want.

Fans should check out the comics and novels to enjoy the full effect.

Disney, who bought the franchise in 2012, will be holding various Star Wars-themed events at their parks. But before the film opens on Memorial Day weekend, fans will be celebrating May the 4th. If we have to explain it to you, then congrats, you've been out of the pop culture zeitgeist for at least 40 years.

From Star Wars tiki mugs to a "frozen" Han Solo Fridge, ThinkGeek has over 800 Star Wars products on sale, many of which are up to 80 percent off their normal retail price.

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