Entertainment George Lucas Meets Baby Yoda And The Internet’s Collective Heart Melts

18:52  17 january  2020
18:52  17 january  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

A nurse knit Baby Yoda Christmas hats for every newborn at a Pittsburgh hospital and they're adorable

  A nurse knit Baby Yoda Christmas hats for every newborn at a Pittsburgh hospital and they're adorable UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital has a tradition of dressing up newborn babies. This year, it's all about the "Star Wars" character.The hats, which feature green ears peeking out from under a Santa's hat, were made by a registered nurse who works in the baby ward at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital.

Baby Yoda doesn't need to use his Force powers to get a hug from George Lucas . The Mandalorian showrunner Jon Favreau posted a behind-the-scenes photo on Thursday of Star Wars creator George Lucas holding the million Baby Yoda puppet on the set.

Photo: Jon Favreau. One imagines that when Robert Oppenheimer looked at the first successful atomic bomb test, it was with the same concern and implacability that George Lucas had looking at Baby Yoda . “Now I am become Death, Creator of Puppets.”.

George Lucas wearing glasses and looking at the camera: George Lucas. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock George Lucas. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock

Nobody is immune to the charms of Baby Yoda.

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This week, "The Mandalorian" producer Jon Favreau shared a photo on Twitter of "Star Wars" creator George Lucas meeting the adorable green alien puppet on the set of the second season.

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The photo of the creative mind behind the series cradling Baby Yoda in his arms quickly got a huge reaction from "Star Wars" fans online.

Man Falls Asleep At The Super Bowl And Wakes Up A Viral Star .
The biggest sports and pop-culture event of the year wasn’t enough to prevent one man from dozing off in his very expensive seat at the Super Bowl, where footage of his nap catapulted him to viral fame on Sunday. Sporting News editor Karisa Maxwell captured footage of the sleeping man from her spot in the stands at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla., during the first quarter of Super Bowl LIV.“Somehow, this man is sleeping through the Super Bowl,” Maxwell tweeted to her followers. “We’re still only in the first quarter.

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