All the debate can finally be laid to rest. We’re about to finally know what happened to Jar Jar Binks after Revenge of the Sith, and what he’s been doing since Return of the Jedi.
The Drudge Report published a peculiar image on its homepage this morning featuring the Star Wars character Jar Jar Binks peeking out over a set of photoshopped ballistic missiles. The headline read “Iran Rattles,” indicating that the story was meant to be taken seriously.
Jar Jar Binks is the epicentre of so many people’s rage about the issues of the Star Wars prequels, or even Star Wars in general. But people often forget that under the CG alien was actor Ahmed Best—and he’s spent over a decade having to deal with Jar Jar’s reputation.
The Phantom Editor has doctored a deleted scene from The Phantom Menace to give Star Wars fans an early holiday gift — a gift that will keep on giving every time we watch it. Thank you, Phantom Editor. I feel so bad I didn't get you anything!
This is one of the most satisfying things I've seen in a long time: watch Jar-Jar Binks—the biggest assclown in the galaxy far far away—getting killed in a deleted Star Wars scene that has been perfectly edited by fans.* Again. And again. So satisfying.
Starting tomorrow, the Toy Fair 2012 trade show will engulf Midtown Manhattan in a tide of roiling plastic. Points of articulation will blot out the sky, and reality itself will polymorph into one cosmically absurd play set.
Impossible as it may seem, Jar Jar Binks may be even worse than Star Wars fans originally thought. A deleted scene from Revenge of the Sith would have revealed the extent of the Gungan's collaboration with Emperor Palpatine to bring the Sith lord to power.
When not trolling the galaxy for his latest bounty, Boba Fett likes to kick back in this casual hoodie/jacket combo. He's joined on the high-fashion runway by his dear old dad, Stormtroopers, and even Jar Jar Binks.
The pulp science fiction renaissance has begun. Edgar Rice Burroughs and E.E. "Doc" Smith both have Hollywood blockbusters in the pipeline. The Burroughs-inspired Avatar broke DVD sales records. But can today's creators update pulp storylines without including the cultural baggage?
You know that there's something wrong with last night's Clone Wars episode when the thing I spent most time thinking about while watching it was that Jar-Jar sounded different than usual. Another misfire awaits.
It had to happen: In an attempt to use the wide spread of Star Wars characters, the latest episode of The Clone Wars abandoned Anakin, Ahsoka and the clones in favor of the characters that we really didn't want to see: C3-P0 and Jar-Jar Binks. And as if that wasn't bad enough, the episode also included the kind of…
We've given you ten reasons why Star Wars: The Clone Wars would rock the awesome, shown you sneaks at the new cast members and behind the scenes glimpses of the making of the movie, and even made Annalee into a very excitable, kill-happy droid. But, with the actual movie coming to a theater near you tomorrow, you may…
If getting Spore in the iPhone wasn't enough reason to get excited about its potential as a gaming platform (despite the naysayers), someone has created a Spore version of Jar Jar Binks. You know, so you can download it and kill the bastard with your own hands. Again, and again, and again. Now somebody create a George…
Star Wars already showed us how the Clone Wars end, in Episode 3: Revenge Of The Sith. And we saw some awesome Tartakovsky cartoons that filled in the gaps, a few years ago. Not to mention the great Dark Horse comics by John Ostrander and others. So why is George Lucas making an animated movie and TV series, with like…