star Wars A privilege enjoyed only by the privileges that made history: it has a privilege International Day For fans to celebrate all over the world. What started with An idea in George Lucas’ head in 1977It ended with a huge multimedia community that today has millions of fans on the planet. History is May 4 And its origin Specific story Which is somehow related to the crown, Netflix. what is he talking about?
In these 44 years of existence, it was Star Wars 12 films, five series, more than 50 video games and the same number of comedies. Recently its popularity rose again due to the success of The Mandalorian on Disney +. The broadcast platform is preparing more firsts about the saga and promises to preserve its current charm.
This is why there are fans of all ages ready to celebrate World Day in a big way. In 2011, the anniversary was celebrated at the initiative of the Toronto Underground Cinema, which held the Star Wars movie marathon that day.. Soon the date spread on the Internet and is set to this day.
Why did you choose May 4? Fans chose it because in 1979 it was the first Star Wars milestone known worldwide. The success of the first film in the series in 1977 was so great that some members of the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom used a phrase from the film to congratulate Margaret Thatcher. To win the election and take over as prime minister.
“May the fourth be with you, Maggie. Congratulations (May the strength be with you, Maggie. Congratulations)”, Which was published in the London Evening News on the morning of May 4, 1979 with the famous phrase from the movie. Was the truth Global Impact Demonstration That has had Star Wars from the start. On Netflix’s The Crown, you can watch the day Thatcher takes over (played by Gillian Anderson) and the history of her government.
In this way, since 2011, this date has been celebrated to celebrate love for the franchise that Lucas created. Various events are organized every year and the occasion is used to decorate favorite characters. For example, in 2015 astronauts on the International Space Station watched Star Wars movies and in 2016 even the President of the United States, Barack ObamaJoin the celebrations.