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The Internet Mocks Star Wars VII's New Title
The title for the next Star Wars film has been released. Here:
Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens
Very dramatic, but it has many fans wondering what the force has been doing this whole time then. The title was announced as the J.J. Abrams directed film finished its final day of shooting, Entertainment Weekly reports. As the film heads to post-production, fans have taken to they favorite place to ridicule: Twitter.
the force awakens…and bakens.— Mike... Byhoff? (@mbyhoff) November 6, 2014
Star Wars VII: Not All Men— Michael Roston (@michaelroston) November 6, 2014
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA [breathes] AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. RT @totalvibration: [Star Wars joke.]— Matt Cohen (@Matt_D_Cohen) November 6, 2014
Star Wars: Don't Even Bother Asking The Force A Question Until It's Had Its Coffee #starwars— Ryan McGee (@TVMcGee) November 6, 2014
Really dig how the new Star Wars title, The Force Awakens, could apply to Jedi Knights or a dude's erect penis.— Meghan O’Keefe (@megsokay) November 6, 2014
Star Wars Episode VIII: the Force Hits the Snooze Button; Episode IX: the Force Reads Twitter; Episode X: the Force Falls Back to Sleep.— Josh Kurp (@JoshKurp) November 6, 2014
All of your Star Wars subtitle sex jokes are being noted. When the great culling takes place, none of you will be spared.— Yeet Takeshi (@alex_navarro) November 6, 2014
STAR WARS EPISODE VIII: STILL FORCIN'— Sam Adams (@SamuelAAdams) November 6, 2014
Ugh. This new #StarWars thing sounds terrible.— Elon James White #ADDcheckin (@elonjames) November 6, 2014
*pre-orders tickets to new Star Wars and gets in line for it tomorrow.* #WeNerdHard
Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens comes out in theaters December 18, 2015.
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