The Hamilton/Star Wars Parody You Knew Was Coming is Here

With the popularity of the musical Hamilton, parodies were bound to happen, and it was only a matter of time before someone took the hit musical and crossed it with Star Wars.

Well, that time is now and New York comedian Nick Jack Pappas has penned and shot Luke the Son of Anakin.


I’m not sure it’s quite as polished as the Batman parody Batlexander Manilton, but it’s still pretty entertaining and well done. As a side note, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, along with J.J. Abrams, co-wrote and performed the song “Jabba Flow,” which appears in the Maz Kanata’s castle sequence of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s all connected!

Thanks to my friend Amanda for the heads-up.

SOURCE: Some Entertainment


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Jesse Tschopp

Jesse’s first memory is of seeing “Return of the Jedi” in 1983. He’s worked in television, commercial, and video production as well as dabbled in indie publishing before deciding to return to school.

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