Star Wars and Simpsons Crossover Short Joins Disney Plus Star Wars Day Celebrations

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Disney is set to celebrate Star Wars Day (May the 4th Be With You!) with a new Star Wars and The Simpsons crossover short called Maggie Simpson in ‘The Force Awakens From Its Nap’ on Disney+.

The Simpsons short will be available to all Disney+ subscribers on May 4th alongside Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star Wars Biomes, Star Wars Vehicle Flythroughs, and a fan art takeover of the streaming service, as reported by Variety.

“In a daycare far, far away… but still in Springfield, Maggie is on an epic quest for her stolen pacifier,” the official synopsis reads. “Her adventure brings her face-to-face with young Padawans, Sith Lords, familiar droids, Rebel scum, and an ultimate battle against the dark side, in this original short celebrating the Star Wars galaxy.”

Star Wars Biomes will let fans “take a virtual vacation” to such iconic Star Wars locations as Hoth, Tatooine, and Sorgan, Variety reports. Star Wars Vehicle Flythroughs will give an up-close-and-personal look at the interiors and exteriors of the Millennium Falcon and an Imperial Star Destroyer.

Star Wars: Bad Batch’s 70-minute premiere is, for many, the highlight of this year’s Star Wars Day as it will act as a continuation of sorts to the Clone Wars series.


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