- How to stream UFC Fight Night 149 for free 4 Years Ago
- PDF Association dunks on Mueller report PDF Friday 7:33 PM
- Robert Downey Jr. says ‘Endgame’ finale is ‘best 8 minutes’ of any MCU film Friday 4:42 PM
- Elizabeth Warren calls on Congress to impeach Trump Friday 3:43 PM
- BlackBerry Messenger is still a thing—but not for much longer Friday 2:56 PM
- Matt Gaetz hires speechwriter fired by White House for attending white nationalist event Friday 1:33 PM
- Here’s why Elon Musk is a sheep on Twitter Friday 12:14 PM
- Trump is already running Facebook ads on the Mueller report Friday 12:07 PM
- 20 thoughtful gifts grads actually want Friday 12:00 PM
- 7 of the best psychological thriller movies on Shudder Friday 11:44 AM
- Seth Abramson’s epic Mueller thread finally comes to a conclusion Friday 11:40 AM
- Netflix is testing out a random play feature Friday 11:28 AM
- Teen star Danielle Cohn faked pregnancy for YouTube prank Friday 10:55 AM
- How to watch ‘A Discovery of Witches’ for free Friday 10:42 AM
- Rev up your own family rivalries with these ‘Game of Thrones’ board games Friday 10:29 AM
Here’s what sheer joy looks like.
In the hours since it hit the Internet and movie screens across the nation, the 88-second teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has elicited a froth of geeky anticipation heretofore unknown in our humdrum galaxy. And Tyrone Magnus may be the most excited of us all.
The voiceover actor and YouTube personality is big on reaction videos, but he’s fired up well before screening the short clip (twice), as evidenced by his toy lightsaber antics. “I got a big-ass glass of Star Wars drank that I’m ready to sip on right now!” he declares.
If George Lucas decides to meddle with the original trilogy again, he might consider dubbing in Magnus’ wookie roar for all of Chewbacca’s scenes—it’s just that perfect.
Miles Klee is a novelist and web culture reporter. The former editor of the Daily Dot’s Unclick section, Klee’s essays, satire, and fiction have appeared in Lapham’s Quarterly, Vanity Fair, 3:AM, Salon, the Awl, the New York Observer, the Millions, and the Village Voice. He's the author of two odd books of fiction, 'Ivyland' and 'True False.'