May the Fourth Be With You

May the Fourth Be With You

Diego Castro, Reporter

Star Wars Day on May 4th celebrates George Lucas’ Star Wars.

 For those who don’t know, the date was chosen for the pun on the catchphrase “May the Force be with you.” Even though this holiday was not declared by Lucas, film fans across the world celebrate the holiday. 

It became so popular that Lucas Films embraced the holiday so that all Star Wars fans can come together to celebrate their love for the Franchise, and see how the fans create their own experience in the star wars universe. 

With the ever-expanding improvements in technology and social media, it has never been easier to watch and stream any Star Wars related content, for all Star Wars fans to connect with the likes of Han, Princess Leah, and Luke Skywalker each and every May 4.  Disney Plus includes every episodic Star Wars movie from 1977’s “A New Hope” through 2017’s “The Last Jedi.” All of the movies. This will soon also include the final movie in the Franchise “ The Rise of Skywalker” which will complete the Skywalker collection.

Even in quarantine, you can celebrate May the 4th, May the Fourth be with you.