The newest piece of Star Wars–related content to hit the public looks cool, but fails to deliver anything approaching a good time.
We talked to Darth Vader and Chewbacca, of Ukraine's Internet Party, to talk about political corruption and their hope that the country's parliament will one day be run by computers.
There's cardboard Chewbacca, and cardboard Stormtroopers, and cardboard TIE fighters, and a cardboard Millennium Falcon.
Oxford Dictionaries naming the "Face with Tears of Joy" emoji as Word of the Year 2015 does not signal the death of culture.
Dan Sullivan talks about his customers, his craziest designs, and how exactly he incorporated a flashing lightsaber and Darth Vader sound effects into a pair of shoes.
There's more Chewbacca, more Princess Leia, and more vaguely worded voiceovers about Kylo Ren's destiny and Rey's maybe-Skywalker heritage.
Actor Paul McGillion talks about the legions of admirers he's gained from his role on Stargate Atlantis.
Emojis are like The Force: they can be used for good, or they can be used for evil. Or they can be used as a symbol for a dick.
TIE fighters! Han Solo! Lasers! Etc.!
VICE art editor Nick Gazin reports on all the superheroes, anime cosplayers, and Christian proselytisers at the 2015 NYCC.
Is it possible that George Lucas is a super-genius and we're all just too dumb to realize what he's been trying to create?
With EA's Battlefront and The Force Awakens looming, it's as good a time as any to argue about the best games ever spawned by the series.
We're still not sure what the next installment is about, but who cares. Lightsabers!
These are the off-Earth places I will visit, alone, just me against the vastness of the galaxy (and the occasional killer android).
Ahmed Best talks about his role in The Phantom Menace, Jar Jar Binks backlash, and how the child actor who played Anakin Skywalker had it way worse than he did.
One video game legend is teaming up with another to create a new studio and some Star Wars thing.
Meet the real-life Jedis dedicated to helping others learn the ways of the Force.
Sony's Project Morpheus, Batman, and Battlefront bring the industry conference to a big-budget climax.
With the sequel, Jurassic World, just hitting the theaters, we take a look back at the franchise's debut to survey its impact on everything from CGI effects to an increased national interest in paleontology.
No, Simon Pegg doesn't hate science fiction movies.
DICE's impressive new Battlefront has the look and feel of the movies down cold, but isn't it time Lucasfilm let game developers do more ambitious things with the universe?
Is it OK to be the bad guy when you're not really a bad guy? Or does playing evil reveal a dark side that you never recognized before?
From Matthew McConaghey to Twitter nerds, it seems everyone on the internet lost their shit over the new Star Wars trailer.
The Force Awakens? Whatever. It's the upcoming Battlefront that's got gamers in a tizzy about the return of the Dark Side.