Two of the biggest franchises of all time are being relaunched soon. And what do Star Wars and Batman have in common? Signature vehicles.
And while we finally got a good look at the Batmobile, up until now we've just gotten glimpses of pieces of the Millennium Falcon.
But in this new video released by J.J. Abrams, fans get their best look yet at Han Solo's "Hunka junk."
As if that weren't cool enough, the short video ends with the most amazing Easter Egg reveal of all time!
THE MILLENNIUM FALCON HAS ITS OWN BATMOBILE ON IT!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the incredible universe-crossing homage!
The force is strong with this parody!
Sesame Street recently took on the greatest sci-fi odyssey that the world has ever known, and we have to say that their parody of Star Wars was off the death star chain!
The parody's official title was Star S'Mores and we think it's the funniest spoof of Star Wars since Spaceballs and that, unlike that movie, is NO joke!
And somehow, between those laughs, the show for kids is able to impart a special lesson about
Ooh, he IS such a scoundrel!
Han Solo, galactic player, originally had a girlfriend in a rough cut of Star Wars: A New Hope!
The footage is in grainy black-and-white, which makes it appear like a porno a little bit, and you can clearly see see our favorite smuggler smuggling a kiss with a mystery dark-haired woman!
Looks like Han DID shoot first, and it wasn't with Princess Leia!
Ch-ch-check out the smooch-filled footage…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Remember when Hugh Jackman, Rooney Mara, Garrett Hedlund. and newcomer Levi Miller, all currently working on the film Pan, did the ice bucket challenge?
Remember when the whole crew ran into frame and joined in on their ice bucket dumping?
Remember when they nominated the entire cast of Star Wars to go next??
Well guess what happened…
Sure, Disneyland's Star Tours is a decent enough ride.
But when you think Star Wars theme park rides, wouldn't you rather pilot an X-wing through the trenches of the Death Star or ride a speeder bike through the forests of Endor?
Well, you may soon get your chance to do that and more!
Chairman and CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that along with the release of Episode VII, we may also be getting to experience Star Wars on a whole new level! Iger said:
Harrison Ford is walking tall!
The Star Wars star was spotted at Santa Monica Airport on Tuesday without his hands-free crutch! He was standing completely Indy-pendently!
Not only that! He's also already flying his plane again! He should be back in the Millennium Falcon in no time!
We are so happy for Harrison. He was injured just six weeks ago, so this is a really big step! So to speak!
Does this mean he will resume filming Episode VII soon? That Han Solo's part will be just as big as ever?
We certainly hope so! We've been thinking about that part for a long time… LOLz!
[Image via Splash News.]