Star Wars Day: Justin Trudeau celebrates this date with Hayden Christensen, who plays Anakin Skywalker

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, demonstrated his passion for Star Wars, with a video published on social networks. In the clip, he is seen sitting at his desk while receiving a video call from Hayden Christensen, who played Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vaderwishing you a “Happy May 4th”, the date on which the popular science fiction saga is celebrated.

In the video, Trudeau responds enthusiastically and mentions that he also celebrates the date. Then, he reveals that he has encouraged his children to start watching the saga films. When he is asked about his plans, he replies that he is working and must leave soon.

After the call, Justin Trudeau He takes a briefcase and opens it, revealing a lightsaber and some papers. He picks up his things and leaves his office. The video concludes with a circle cut, a distinctive element of the saga Star Wars.

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Joe Biden also joined Star Wars Day 2024

Last Friday, Mark Hamillknown for his role as Luke Skywalker in Star Warsvisited the White House and greeted President Joe Biden, affectionately nicknamed him ‘Joe-B-Wan Kenobi,’ in reference to Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi.

After their meeting in the Oval Office, Hamill surprised everyone by appearing in the press room. “Who had ‘Mark Hamill directs the press conference’ in their bingo?” the actor joked, wearing aviator-style sunglasses that, according to him, Biden had given him.

When asked by reporters about his meeting with Joe Biden, Hamil He stressed that he had called him ‘Mr. President’, but in a friendly manner, Biden replied: “You can call me Joe.”

Why is Star Wars Day celebrated?

The revival of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace coincides with the celebration of Star Wars Daywhich was created by fans to honor George Lucas’ iconic franchise.

This following a news article published in the newspaper London Evening Newswhere there was information about a note congratulating Margaret Thatcher for becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom: “May the 4th Be With You, Maggie (May the force be with you, Maggie).”

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the film, the Episode I returns to the big screen. The initiative began on May 1 in Mexico, to continue the next day in several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. This May 4, it was re-released in Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay.

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