Get your puns ready: Wednesday is Star Wars Day, so-called because it’s May 4 — as in “May the Fourth be with you.” The unofficial fan celebration is a recent internet trend, but one of the first ins
The Internet barely needs a reason to throw a hashtagged party, and May the 4th fits the bill as fans celebrate the iconic film franchise.
With 'The Force Awakens' now out on home video and 'Rogue One' slated for release later this year, Star Wars fans have a lot to celebrate on May the 4th, the unofficial Star Wars holiday.
Who thought an annual celebration based off a pun could take off in quite such wondrous, and magical, fashion?
Every year on May 4, Star Wars fans everywhere celebrate the franchise by wishing each other a galaxy far, far away-themed greeting
May 4, 2016 is the unofficial annual "Star Wars Day" because the pun on the catch phrase "May the Force be with you" to "May the 4th be with you." The pun was first acknowledged on May 4, 1979 by the
It's Star Wars Day so grab your Chewbacca costume and join us as we update you on reaction from around the world. Daisy Ridley has already joined in the celebrations