Watch the Bad Lip Reading version of the original Star Wars saga | EW.com

Movies | Star Wars Galaxy

Watch the Bad Lip Reading version of the original Star Wars saga

"You know, I should build a baby Taco Bell. The sign would be kind of cute."

STAR WARS, (aka STAR WARS: EPISODE IV - A NEW HOPE), Chewbacca, Harrison Ford, 1977

(LucasFilm Ltd./Courtesy Everett Collection)

If you’re trying to avoid Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoilers, how about watching an alternate version of the original Star Wars trilogy, courtesy of the people behind Bad Lip Reading?

After dubbing Twilight, The Hunger Games, and the recent Presidential debates, Bad Lip Reading takes on Star Wars. This time, the anonymous producers have enlisted the help of special guest stars Jack Black, Maya Rudolph, and Bill Hader.

RELATED: See Decades of Star Wars Mania, Then and Now

In this alternate universe, Darth Vader likes to take helmet pics, Leia wants a wooden snowman, and we’re all treated to the real story of how Luke’s father died, in the form of a musical number from Alec Guinness. 

Watch the video for Star Wars: A New Hope above, and The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi below.