It's 'punbelievable' that once again it is that day of the year. A day of bad Han Solo jokes, dogs dressing as Yoda and a reminder that Jar Jar Binks actually existed. That's right:
Upon us again Star Wars Day is
The rumours are big, more casting, a new trailer...an Episode VIII title? Just what is around the corner for May 4 this year? So where does the origin of Star Wars Day come from? According to Starwars.com we have been celebrating Star Wars Day from all the way back in 1979, randomly when Margaret Thatcher came to power as Great Britain's first female prime minister:
To celebrate their victory her party took a half page of advertising space in the London Evening News. This message, referring to the day of victory, was ‘May the Fourth Be With You, Maggie. Congratulations,’ further proof of the extent to which 'Star Wars' has influenced us all.
Here's Daisy Ridley to thank you for Star Wars Day and what else does the internet have to offer for us on the holiest of days for nerds?
Some Rogue One hype - could we get a new trailer?
There are puns-a-plenty
There is music too
R2-D2 celebrated Star Wars Day in style
Need a lift to your Star Wars party?
Or a surprise guest?
Of course you need a cute dog in there somewhere
Is The Big Bang Theory the ultimate Star Wars fan-show?
But not everyone is a fan of Star Wars Day...boo you Nandos!
And don't even get us started on the Trek fans
Finally, if all that zooming around the galaxy wasn't enough for you, we are off to Russia. A rather familiar sound when this man is hit by a taser. #MayThe4thBeWithYou