Things We Saw Today: The Littlest Jedi Beats Everybody Up With a Lightsaber at Disneyland
Judge him by his size, do you?
The force is strong with this kid… He just doesn’t want to stop!Credit: https://plus.google.com/+LMGVids
Posted by DIS Humor on Tuesday, January 5, 2016
At Disneyland, there’s a show called Jedi Training Academy wherein kids learn how to fight with lightsabers. Partway through the show, a bunch of Stormtroopers, Darth Vader, and Darth Maul come out to fight the kids (because of course they’re at Disneyland). This little Jedi just totally goes berserk on Vader and the Stormtroopers and his Jedi master. The only thing that compares to this is the little girl who totally joins the dark side during the show.
- The Independent Games Festival just announced the finalists for the 2016 IGF Awards. All of the games featured are absolutely worth your time, specifically Undertale, Cibele, Her Story, and That Dragon, Cancer. Check out the full list over on the IGF website!
- The live adaptation of Grease (appropriately named Grease: Live) has found its Teen Angels: Boyz II Men. We’ll soon live in a world where Boyz II Men will be serenading Carly Rae Jepson and my inner teenager just can. Not. Even. (via Variety)
Speaking of Star Wars cuteness: an anonymous user on our Facebook shared a super cute photo of their dog with us. The caption is what makes it, though: “We get this puppy in 2 weeks. My 11 yo son named her Rey, after the female protagonist in Star Wars. There is hope. :)” There sure is, friend. <3
- This behind the scenes look at how BB-8 actually works is some real movie magic (not really).
— jason (@yabbie5674) January 1, 2016
- Finally, for some reason, a ton of people on the internet spent their day watching a live Periscope video of a puddle. Yep. A puddle. The future is now. (via The Daily Dot)
Phew. Plenty of cute things and things to get excited about today. What’d you see?
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