“May the Force be with you” is the popular saying that all Star Wars fans are well acquitted with but what is this “may the 4th be with you”?.
Originally started as a pun to the catchphrase, this day is now officially celebrated as the Star Wars Day. This intergalactic movie franchise day is celebrated by all its fans around the world.
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The star wars franchise is one of the most-watched movie franchises of all time. The movies individually have grossed the maximum money at the box office during their release.
The first recorded reference of this phrase being used was on May 4, 1979 when Margaret Thatcher was congratulated using this phrase. And since then it has been used by everyone from the common man till the prime minister. Various references
The Walt Disney Company has officially observed the holiday since 2013 after it had purchased Lucasfilm in 2012. Disney releases new movies and TV shows related to star wars every year on 4th may. A new animated series called Star Wars: The Bad Batch will also premiere on Disney+ this year on this day.
The best Tv show to be released on this day would definitely be The Mandalorian. We loved every moment that had baby yoda in it.
How you can celebrate the day
There are various ways in which you can enjoy and celebrate Star Wars day. Some of the ways are given below-
1. Watch the series again
What are you waiting for? Grab your popcorn and binge-watch the whole movie series or the Tv shows. This is the perfect time to re-watch the movies or watch them for the first time at home.
2. Do a cosplay at home
You are never to old to do a cosplay of your favorite characters from the franchise and act as if you were them. More the people at home, more is the fun.
3. Read some graphic novels and fanfiction
Just the perfect way to celebrate the day for book lovers. Dive into the world of Star wars with some illustrated novels.
4. build a Lego model
There are various sets released by Lego that are Star Wars theme-based. Order those online and start building!
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