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There's nothing quite like spending a day at the beach, riding around town in your Ariel Atom, running errands with friends, or even walking the kids, but many of these activities would not be possible aboard a spacecraft - unless we're talking Elysium. Here are a few examples that show how some of the Star Wars characters would spend their day. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the highly anticipated Family Guy meets The Simpsons crossover episode.

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To promote their forthcoming Star Wars toy line, Hot Wheels unveiled a life-sized Darth Vader sports car - will be at San Diego Comic Con this week. Based on the C5 Corvette chassis, this real-life Hot Wheel is exactly like its palm-sized counterpart, "right down to its lightsaber side pipes, red wheel trim, [and also] Darth Vader breathing sounds," says Road & Track. Continue reading for another picture and more information.

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JJ Abrams has just posted a new video straight from the Star Wars Episode VII movie set, and it shows off the redesigned X-Wing Fighter. These 45 leaked photos from the Abu Dhabi set showed an incomplete Millennium Falcon, along with a vehicle that appears to be a Z-95 Headhunter, "a forerunner of the Incom-designed X-Wing that has appeared in Star Wars video games," according to The Verge. Continue reading for the video.

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If you guessed "fake", you're definitely right, but this clip had to be doing something right to get over 4-million views in just a week. Frank Wunderlich's version of the upcoming film shows Frankfurt International Airport as a staging area for the Galactic Empire, starting with Tie Fighters escorting an Imperial transport to the Galactic Starport in Germany. Continue reading for the clip.

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Let's face it, there will always be more technologically advanced astromech droids made to replace ones like R2-D2, but should the robot ever fall into the hands of a gamer, you'd probably see the bot being stuffed with 8 consoles and a projector. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how not to pull a jeep from the mud.

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Currently filming in Abu Dhabi, Star Wars Episode VII director J.J. Abrams are using lots of real buildings and creatures rather than rely heavily on CGI. TMZ has just posted a new batch of leaked photos that "show off a giant creature - which is supposedly controlled by five people inside of it - as well plenty of Tatooine costumes and a ramshackle marketplace," according to The Verge. Continue reading to see more.

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While the image above may seem to be a real Millennium Falcon hovering over someone's backyard, it's actually a toy. Finnish illustrator / photographer Vesa Lehtimaki is an expert at turning ordinary Star Wars figurines and accessories (LEGO included) into scenes worthy of a film. Every single shot takes an incredible amount of work to put together, ranging from collecting props to building the sets himself. Continue reading for more.

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Reddit user bergerfred is a movie prop and memorabilia aficionado, but building a Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite replica at home took his hobby to the next level. It was built entirely from scratch - face, box, paint and all. For those who don't remember what happened in the movie, during the solidifying process, gas was pumped into a freezing chamber where it was mixed with molten carbonite into a solid block; the gas was released later at its destination or at the processing center. Carbon-freezing could induce hibernation sickness after being released, as was the case with Han Solo. The Alderaanian Medical Association established that inhaling carbon-freezing smoke was a health risk. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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In the Stars Wars films, a lightsaber is an energy weapon that consists of a polished metal hilt which projects a brightly lit energy blade generally about 4-feet-long. The lightsaber's energy blade cuts or burns/melts through most substances without resistance. An active lightsaber gives off a distinctive hum, which rises in pitch and volume as the blade is moved rapidly through the air. The version you see above may not have any of those features, but it's arguably the coolest-looking lightsaber yet, at least in the real world. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of

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Artist David Vancook specializes in purchasing cheap thrift shop art pieces and adding in characters and vehicles from the Star Wars universe for "May The 4th be With You", also known as Star Wars Day. The reference was first used on May 4, 1979, the day Margaret Thatcher took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Thatcher's political party, the Conservatives, placed a congratulatory advertisement in The London Evening News that stated "May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. Congratulations." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a cat that just wants to cuddle.

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