Happy Star Wars Day 2020 | campus.sg

May 4, 2020 doesn’t just mark the original end date for our current Circuit Breaker. If you’re a Star Wars fan, it’s also “Star Wars Day” – and May the 4th be with you.

Just because you’re sitting at home during this time doesn’t mean you can’t explore the galaxy far, far away. Here are some ways Star Wars fans can enjoy the day.

Disney+ fans can watch the release of The Last Skywalker and more

Whether you’ve missed out on the movie or are hankering for more, you can now watch Star Wars: The Last Skywalker on Disney+ (if you have a subscription). Disney is releasing this title two months ahead of schedule, debuting online on May 4 globally.

That’s not all – fans will also get to see the final episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and the 8-part docuseries Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian where fans will get to see exclusive behind the scenes footage, and interviews from the cast and crew. Talk about bingeing on the Star Wars universe!

New season of The Mandalorian

For those of you who didn’t get enough of Baby Yoda, the good news is that Season 2 of “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” is scheduled to debut this October.

However, news is abuzz that Disney has also begun pre-production on the third season of the franchise, according to Variety.

Can you handle more Baby Yoda?

Free Star Wars backgrounds for your Zoom calls

Are you using Zoom for your group calls? Then you can replace your boring background with some really out there scenes from galaxies far, far away! These are official Star Wars background art, created to make you the star of the galaxy.

You can find more Star Wars galaxy backgrounds here.

Star Wars Virtual Run

Marathons and fun runs may be cancelled, but you can participate in the STAR WARS Virtual Run.

In collaboration with social fitness app LIV3LY, runners can pledge their allegiance to the light or dark side and fight in the galaxy’s most epic virtual run on treadmills or any running path they choose. Run solo, or with a friend to complete your chosen distance – 5.4km or 40km – all at once or divide it up to fit your schedule.

The run is open to fans and runners from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Entry fees from $25-$40. For more, check it out here.