Solo Director Ron Howard Narrates Arrested Development/Star Wars Mash-Up

Marcus Newton
May 4, 2018

You might look at us like we're insane geeks - and we are - but May 4 is one of those days where it's completely allowed, nearly like a Dad Joke Acceptance Day, except it applies to Star Wars because May 4 sounds like "may the force be with you". There's always a chance for fluctuation.

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It's May the fourth which means it's time to celebrate Star Wars day. For the next month AiPT! will be flooded with Star Wars YouTube videos, podcasts, cosplay, comic reviews, novel reviews, and hell, maybe we'll even dive back into the dreaded holiday special from the '70s. There are three big reasons why Star Wars day is a gimmick and should be changed.

LEGO's Star Wars line of toys are among the most popular and to celebrate May 4, LEGO is giving everyone a free Darth Vader Pod when you spend $60 or more at or at LEGO stores.

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In a bit for The Star Wars Show, Howard put his spin on "the story of a family that wants to rule the galaxy, and the one son who had no choice but to save it". Many different days and events have come from this movie franchise such as "Star Wars" Comic-Cons and one of the greatest lines in history, "Luke, I am your father".

Star Wars Day is a time for dedicated fans to celebrate their love for the George Lucas franchise.

On the Star Wars official website it says: "Ultimately, as Star Wars Day was created by the fans, it is truly their day". The headline read: "May the Fourth Be With You" as Thatcher took charge on May 4, 1979.

The most valuable Star Wars toys: are you sitting on a FORTUNE? For each public post, like, or share on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter that includes #RoarForChange between May 3 - 25, 2018, Star Wars: Force for Change U.S. will donate $1 to UNICEF USA, up to $1 million. J.J. Abrams will return to direct the film after helming The Force Awakens.

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