It may not be long until we see an actual Star Wars and Disney Pixar crossover film featuring characters from both universes. Until then, eager fans worldwide have been coming up with some interesting mashups, starting with the Monsters Inc. drawing above. Continue reading to see more.

10 Interesting Star Wars facts:

  1. To avoid being distrub while shooting Return of the Jedi, Lucas fainted he was making a horror movie called “Blue Harvest”. He wanted the illusion so perfect that the whole crew was wearing caps and shirts especially printed.
  2. In The Empire Strikes Back, Alec Guinness performed all his appearances in six hours!.
  3. R2-D2 and C-3PO characters are inspired from the famous comics duo of Laurel and Hardy.
  4. In A New Hope, when our heroes are entering into the spaceport to escape Tatooine, C3PO miss a step in the stairs and almost fall (Fred Simo).
  5. For Star Wars 20th anniversary, the first episode film renovation costed as much as the original movie : 10 millions US dollars.
  6. In 1996, 37% of the toys sold in the United States where Star Wars products.
  7. The name of 4-LOM, one the bounty hunters listening to Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back, means : For Love Of Money.
  8. The following Kenner toys never made to the final toy stage : Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen Lars toy action figures.
  9. During the Cloud City evacuation scene in The Empire Strikes Back, one actor can be seen running around with what looks to be an ice-cream maker.

  10. In StarWars, a small pair of metal dice can be seen hanging in the Millenium Falcon’s cockpit as Chewbacca prepares to depart from Mos Eisley. The dice do not appear in subsequent scenes.

  11. In the opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indy escapes with the golden idol in a sea plane with the registration number OB-3PO. This, of course refers to Obi-wan and C-3PO from StarWars.Sections of the under-construction Death Star are said to resemble the San Francisco skyline, the silhouette of a favorite city of George Lucas.

  12. Return of the Jedi was originally titled Revenge of the Jedi – but later underwent a title change, due to the fact that, according to Lucas, A Jedi would never take revenge.

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