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“A truly special moment”: Luke Skywalker’s White House visit

By ki0nk May4,2024

Have Luke Skywalker and Joe Biden come to each other’s aid? The famous actor Mark Hamill, who played the role of the Jedi Knight in Star Wars, had the opportunity to meet with the President of the United States of America while he was at the White House. The actor referred to the President of the Democratic Party as “the most successful president of his entire life on the legislative level.”

Are there any chances that Joe Biden will be able to avoid succumbing to the dark side of the election? There was a visit to the White House on Friday by Mark Hamill, who plays the role of Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise. Mr. President was the name I gave him. You are free to refer to me as Joe, he said. I then asked, “Would you mind if I called you Joe-Bi-Wan-Kenobi?” The actor, who made his appearance at the beginning of the daily press conference at the White House while wearing Joe Biden’s favored sunglasses, joked that he thought it was appropriate.

On the legislative level, the president can be described as having “the most successful of all his life.”

As another character in George Lucas’s Star Wars story, Obi-Wan Kenobi is a legendary Jedi warrior who advises young Luke Skywalker on the discovery of his powers (the “Force”) up until the time that he engages in combat with Darth Vader. The actor reported being welcomed to the Oval Office, where Joe Biden informed him that he was shown “all his photographs.” The 81-year-old Democrat was running for a second term, and the actor referred to him as “the most successful president of his entire life on the legislative level.”

In his statement, Mark Hamill described his experience as “really special.” He went on to explain that he had previously been welcomed at the White House, but he had not been allowed to enter the illustrious office. His visit to the White House took place on the eve of May 4, also known as “May the Fourth” in English. This is a day that is obviously significant for fans of Star Wars, as it is reminiscent of the phrase “May the Force be with you,” which is a motto that is used by the protagonists of the Star Wars saga.

Celebrities are frequently invited into the briefing room at the White House; however, the purpose of these invitations is typically to highlight certain causes and commitments. In order to tackle anti-Asian bigotry and the gun violence committed by actor Matthew McConaughey, the South Korean pop group BTS made an appearance.

For Star Wars fans, the moment that we had been waiting for for years finally arrived in the fifth episode of the second season of The Mandalorian. The first appearance of Ahsoka Tano, played by Rosario Dawson, in a live-action adaptation. The true identity of Baby Yoda was discovered to be Grogu, which was disclosed in this particular episode of Star Wars history. The moment when Ahsoka explains to Mando about the demise of the legendary order is a really remarkable moment in the history of the Jedi. “There aren’t many Jedi left,” she replies with a tone that is more serious than usual.

And it just so happens that the title of a new piece that was created by artist Mark Englert and the people at Bottleneck Gallery is “There Aren’t Many Jedi Left.” A glow-in-the-dark layer that depicts Ahsoka’s violent conflict with Elsbeth is beautifully produced in Englert’s piece, which contrasts with the peaceful and bonding moments that occur between the three characters. A sequence that is considered to be among the most memorable from one of the most important chapters in the Star Wars saga is highlighted here. On the planet Corvus, we see Ahsoka putting Grogu’s Force powers to the test in front of his surrogate father or father figure.

As part of a limited-edition release, the print by Englert will be made available on the website of Bottleneck Gallery beginning on Wednesday (February 24) at 12 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) and continuing until Sunday (February 28) at 11:59 p.m. ET. There will be a free black and white glow layer variant that is part of an edition of 75 that will be included in random orders ordered. It is possible that you will be one of the fortunate Ahsoka Tano admirers who will be given one. The size of the edition will be determined by the number of prints that have been sold up until Sunday, February 28 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.

The information you need to know about this incredible print, including the limited edition black and white variant, can be found right here. Click on each image to make it larger.

By ki0nk

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