Who's your daddy now, Luke? Disney + Star Wars = Quite a mouse-ful
George Lucas meets characters at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, in August 2010.
- Disney agreed to acquire Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion, which will give it control of the "Star Wars" franchise
- Mashups of Disney and Star Wars elements have gone viral on the Internet, and are spreading in CNN's comments
(CNN) -- Commenters on CNN stories have been mixing and matching highlights from the Disney and Star Wars universes, just like the rest of the Internet.
The #disneystarwars and #starwarsdisney Twitter hashtags have been buzzing with jokes about Steamboat Wookie and hopes for an Epcot Death Star, among other things.
Some of the comments we're seeing have been really creative. Here's how readers are combining the pair.
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Where do you stand on this newly minted connection, and how do you feel about a Star Wars 7?
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