Thousands of people have been protesting against police brutality, specifically against the black community, in the wake of George Floyd's brutal death. Protests, riots and looting took over the streets across US, after an African-American man died after being arrested by the Minneapolis police. National guards and the entire police force has been deployed to maintain order, and a curfew has been imposed in various parts of the states. Videos from the protests have been going viral on the internet, leaving netizens in awe. The latest one is a man trolling the cops by playing Star Wars' Imperial March on a trumpet. The video didn't just leave netizens impressed, it also won actor Mark Hamill's approval.
Mark Hamill shared the video on his Twitter with laughing and heart emojis.
Check out the video here:
Reacting to the video, a user wrote: "The only problem I have with this is that the Imperial March is a little too cool for these clowns. Someone find the tuba guy from when the Nazis tried to march a couple years back."
"Ok, shit. How is this just happening now? Wow. This idea needs to trend. We all need to do this (no instrument needed, but always an added bonus) anytime we see cops. Thank you to that young man. This is exactly what everyone should be doing whenever they say any cop anywhere," wrote another user.
The last installment of the space-opera franchise 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' was set to debut on Disney Plus on the 'Star Wars Day.' The day is colloquially famous among the fans of the series and it is observed on May 4 with much appreciation.
The latest 'Star Wars' film features actors like Oscar Isaac, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, and others.
Helmed by JJ Abrams, the film was released across the globe on December 20 and minted over USD one million but still trailed its previous installments.
For the next installment, New Zealand based filmmaker Taika Waititi whose credits of movies include 'Thor: Ragnarok' and 'Jojo Rabbit' is set to direct and co-write a new 'Star Wars' movie for theatrical release.
Meanwhile, the '1917' screenwriter, Krysty Wilson-Cairns will be joining the filmmaker for the script making.
However, no release date has been set for the upcoming untitled project, cited The Hollywood Reporter.