Star Wars has been given the Bad Lip Reading treatment

'I should build a baby Taco Bell, the sign would be kind of cute.'

Bad Lip Reading, which has drawn millions and millions of views on YouTube for its surreal dubbings, has taken on the original Star Wars trilogy.

Cashing in on the fever surrounding new sequel The Force Awakens, the first seven-minute video imagines some very different conversations between Luke, Leia, Han, Obi-Wan and more in A New Hope.

Leia’s hologram message hidden in R2-D2 turns out to just be her saying: “I want a wooden snowman, but no-one sells them.”

Obi-Wan is sick of Han’s “sass” in the cantina meanwhile, and the smuggler later offers a bizarre non-sequitur in the Millennium Falcon:

“Hey does everybody like my wrists? Coz some wrists are a bit weird. I should build a baby Taco Bell, the sign would be kind of cute.”

Darth and Obi-Wan lightsaber duel over their mum’s crossword, Grand Moff Tarkin gets annoyed with Vader calling him “a turd burglar at the gym”, and Han looks forward to returning to the Death Star for some brisket.

It’s good, although not as funny as the Game of Thrones Bad Lip Reading, nor the infamous NFL one.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens in UK cinemas today, having already pre-sold over a million tickets.

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