Cutest Star Wars Creatures, Ranked: Are Ewoks, Droids or Porgs Most Adorable? (Photos)

 
15. Bistan
Bistan is a male Iakaru and came into our lives in “Rogue One.” His goofy energy paired with his cute little green suit is adorable — but can only get him the lowest spot on our ranking list.
14. Salacious B. Crumb
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15. Bistan

Bistan is a male Iakaru and came into our lives in “Rogue One.” His goofy energy paired with his cute little green suit is adorable — but can only get him the lowest spot on our ranking list.

14. Salacious B. Crumb

Yes, he’s kind of ugly — but there’s also a little bit of cuteness hidden in there. The Kowakian monkey-lizard amused us with his shrill laughter since his first appearance in “Return of the Jedi.”

13. Bobbajo 

This creature shows up in “The Force Awakens” and his scrunched-up face with his white beard is just adorable! Ish.

12. Tauntauns

Okay, they aren’t the cutest in the Empire, but when you need to snuggle up to a creature, wouldn’t you choose this one?

11. Yoda

Yes, “Phantom Menace” Yoda is uuuugly, but Yoda in general, especially sad Yoda, is pretty cute amid his ugliness.

10. Jawas

Jawas are teeny humanoids completely hidden behind robes, from which peer their glowing yellow eyes. We just want to put them in our pocket!

9. Mouse Droid

The cute little boxy droid is used for delivery and maintenance purposes and were on both Death Stars and Star Destroyers during the time of the Galactic Empire. In one cute scene, Chewbacca growls at the droid and he squirms away.

8. Chewbacca

Chewie, our favorite Wookiee warrior. From being a loyal friend to a strong resistance fighter, his furry face is a cute one.

7. Power Droids

Acting (and looking) like batteries, these little creatures bounced around the galaxy.

6. R2-D2

The smart and spunky droid is everyone’s favorite as he’s appeared in every “Star Wars” film to date.

5. Max Rebo

Max Rebo is a male Ortolan from Orto, who leads the Max Rebo Band.

4. BB-8

Of course we had to include BB-8, one of the fan favorites from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

3. Porgs

Fans are already going bananas over the latest addition to “The Last Jedi” — the adorable Porgs.

“These penguin-like wide-eyed creatures are native to the planet of Ahch-To, site of the first Jedi temple,” said an EW profile.

2. Ewoks

These are arguably one of the cutest creatures in the whole universe — they look like teddy bears and live in tree houses on the forest moon of Endor.

1. Baby Ewoks

And our number one spot goes to the baby Ewoks! HOW CUTE ARE THEY?

Kanye’s ‘New Ideas’ Tweet Gets Remixed in the Mouths of Thanos, Kylo Ren and More

Kanye West has fully embraced his identity as a Donald Trump supporter, it seems, and keeps drawing the ire and attention of social media users with his “new ideas.”

Kanye appeared on “TMZ” for an interview in which he made some incendiary comments about slavery. “When you hear about slavery for 400 years … For 400 years? That sounds like a choice,” Kanye said. “You were there for 400 years and it’s all of y’all. It’s like we’re mentally imprisoned.”

Social media users immediately (and hilariously) latched onto the comments, and Kanye took to Twitter as well, to double-down on the comments.

Also Read: Kanye West Gets Clowned Over Slavery Comments With #IfSlaveryWasAChoice Memes

“The reason why I brought up the 400 years point is because we can’t be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years,” Kanye wrote in a tweet. “We need free thought now. Even the statement was an example of free thought It (sic) was just an idea.”

“Once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas,” Kanye wrote in another tweet. Of course, many Twitter users pointed out that the idea of slavery being a choice wasn’t really a new idea, but one long held by white supremacists to, uh, justify slavery.

Even better, though, were the memes that Kanye’s quote spawned. Twitter users immediately began imagining who else might say something like, “Once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas.” Pretty much the first person everyone landed on? Thanos (Josh Brolin), the big purple supervillain from the freshly released “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Also Read: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is Great Precisely Because It Relies on Other MCU Movies (Commentary)

Thanos’ big idea, it should be noted, was killing half the population of the universe because then the other half wouldn’t have to suffer because of competition for limited resources.

Here are a few of the other hilarious uses of the phrase, used by some of movies’ greatest villains, and to justify some pretty controversial choices (such as a choice of pizza toppings that divides the nation).

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— Eleven-ThirtyEight (@eleventhirtyate) May 2, 2018

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” villain Kylo Ren definitely falls into the “angry about being attacked for new ideas” camp.

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— Kenneth Shepard (@shepardcdr) May 2, 2018

Thanos, of course, can’t go anywhere without being ambushed by a group of superfolk. So much for the tolerant universe.

Also Read: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’: 7 Things We Learned From That Sick New Trailer

“once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas” pic.twitter.com/ZfiLEDnJ92

— Ryan Sherwood (@rsherbloom) May 2, 2018

Psycho Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) of “Blue Velvet” was always just trying to be heard.

“once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas” pic.twitter.com/CtTlIEdmZC

— Ben Philippe (@gohomeben) May 2, 2018

Sid of “Toy Story” just wanted to see what would happen if you melted toys to make some new and exciting horrifying hybrids.

RT @kanyewest: once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas <— https://t.co/b4rWevLRyF

— Gus (@SegunGus) May 2, 2018

Walter Sobchak (John Goodman) of “The Big Lebowski” watched his buddies die face-down in the muck in ‘Nam to defend Kanye’s right to share his new ideas.

Also Read: After ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ What in the Hell Happens Now?

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— Max Curtis (@MaxCCurtis) May 2, 2018

Hey, maybe we should hear out Davros of “Dr. Who” on his plan to let killer robotic Daleks conquer the universe.

Once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas. pic.twitter.com/WTAGQP2p7k

— Richie Thomas (@richiethomas80) May 2, 2018

Hawaiian pizza does not deserve this shabby treatment.

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— Petty Pendergrass (@DuoVonDagrate) May 2, 2018

Look, Randall Flagg (Jamey Sheridan) might be extremely evil in “The Stand” but they’re just ideas, man.

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— Mystery VFX Super (@MysteryVFXSuper) May 2, 2018

Saruman (Christopher Lee) just wanted his Uruk-Hai in “The Lord of the Rings” to taste man-flesh and bring him the halflings, but would anyone engage in a reasonable debate with him? Of course not.

“once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas” pic.twitter.com/Ago0b6eVUC

— TheRealMattC (@TheRealMattC) May 2, 2018

David (Michael Fassbender) had a great set of “new ideas” in “Alien: Covenant” — create the galaxy’s greatest killing machine by using humans as unwilling hosts for its parasitic gestation cycle.

Also Read: How Will ‘Captain Marvel’ Play Into That Wild ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Ending?

once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas pic.twitter.com/WW64afMSYH

— PRO!!!TEEEEEINNNNNN!!! (@JordanPDunsmore) May 2, 2018

Julius Caesar, after all, was just asking questions.

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Kanye West has fully embraced his identity as a Donald Trump supporter, it seems, and keeps drawing the ire and attention of social media users with his “new ideas.”

Kanye appeared on “TMZ” for an interview in which he made some incendiary comments about slavery. “When you hear about slavery for 400 years … For 400 years? That sounds like a choice,” Kanye said. “You were there for 400 years and it’s all of y’all. It’s like we’re mentally imprisoned.”

Social media users immediately (and hilariously) latched onto the comments, and Kanye took to Twitter as well, to double-down on the comments.

“The reason why I brought up the 400 years point is because we can’t be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years,” Kanye wrote in a tweet. “We need free thought now. Even the statement was an example of free thought It (sic) was just an idea.”

“Once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas,” Kanye wrote in another tweet. Of course, many Twitter users pointed out that the idea of slavery being a choice wasn’t really a new idea, but one long held by white supremacists to, uh, justify slavery.

Even better, though, were the memes that Kanye’s quote spawned. Twitter users immediately began imagining who else might say something like, “Once again I am being attacked for presenting new ideas.” Pretty much the first person everyone landed on? Thanos (Josh Brolin), the big purple supervillain from the freshly released “Avengers: Infinity War.”

Thanos’ big idea, it should be noted, was killing half the population of the universe because then the other half wouldn’t have to suffer because of competition for limited resources.

Here are a few of the other hilarious uses of the phrase, used by some of movies’ greatest villains, and to justify some pretty controversial choices (such as a choice of pizza toppings that divides the nation).

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” villain Kylo Ren definitely falls into the “angry about being attacked for new ideas” camp.

Thanos, of course, can’t go anywhere without being ambushed by a group of superfolk. So much for the tolerant universe.

Psycho Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) of “Blue Velvet” was always just trying to be heard.

Sid of “Toy Story” just wanted to see what would happen if you melted toys to make some new and exciting horrifying hybrids.

Walter Sobchak (John Goodman) of “The Big Lebowski” watched his buddies die face-down in the muck in ‘Nam to defend Kanye’s right to share his new ideas.

Hey, maybe we should hear out Davros of “Dr. Who” on his plan to let killer robotic Daleks conquer the universe.

Hawaiian pizza does not deserve this shabby treatment.

Look, Randall Flagg (Jamey Sheridan) might be extremely evil in “The Stand” but they’re just ideas, man.

Saruman (Christopher Lee) just wanted his Uruk-Hai in “The Lord of the Rings” to taste man-flesh and bring him the halflings, but would anyone engage in a reasonable debate with him? Of course not.

David (Michael Fassbender) had a great set of “new ideas” in “Alien: Covenant” — create the galaxy’s greatest killing machine by using humans as unwilling hosts for its parasitic gestation cycle.

Julius Caesar, after all, was just asking questions.

Related stories from TheWrap:

Kanye West Gets Clowned Over Slavery Comments With #IfSlaveryWasAChoice Memes

'Avengers: Infinity War' — Yes, The Keeper of the Soul Stone Was Who You Thought It Was

After 'Avengers: Infinity War,' What in the Hell Happens Now?

'Avengers: Infinity War' — Here's What Happened Next in the Comic Book Version of the Story

How Will 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' Factor Into That Insane 'Avengers: Infinity War' Cliffhanger?

'Avengers: Infinity War' — That Crazy Ending Was Part of Doctor Strange's Plan

‘The Commuter,’ ‘The Post’ Bow in Top 5 on DVD, Blu-ray Disc Sales Charts

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The musical “The Greatest Showman,” from 20th Century Fox, and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” from Walt Disney Studios, repeated as the No. 1 and No. 2 titles, respectively, on the national home video sales charts the week ended April 21. Two newcomers took the next two spots on both the NPD VideoScan First Alert […]

‘Greatest Showman’ Tops Disc Sales Charts as ‘Last Jedi’ Slips to No. 2

After two weeks at No. 1, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” finally ceded the top spot on the national home video sales charts to a new release from 20th Century Fox. “The Greatest Showman,” a musical biopic about circ…

After two weeks at No. 1, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” finally ceded the top spot on the national home video sales charts to a new release from 20th Century Fox. “The Greatest Showman,” a musical biopic about circus showman P.T. Barnum, took the No. 1 spot the week ended […]

The ghost of a certain puppet might be popping up again in Star Wars: Episode IX

According to The New York Daily News’ unnamed sources, Yoda might be appearing in the next Star Wars movie as a new mentor for Rey. Supposedly, he will show up “as a ghost” in a scene where he “acknowledges Rey’s success and growth as a Jedi.” That’s not a particularly shocking rumor, since Yoda materialized on Porg…

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According to The New York Daily News’ unnamed sources, Yoda might be appearing in the next Star Wars movie as a new mentor for Rey. Supposedly, he will show up “as a ghost” in a scene where he “acknowledges Rey’s success and growth as a Jedi.” That’s not a particularly shocking rumor, since Yoda materialized on Porg…

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Easily Tops DVD, Blu-ray Disc Sales Charts

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” debuted atop the national home video sales charts by a wide margin the week ended March 31. The eighth numbered installment of the “Star Wars” saga and the ninth live-action film in the franchise took in $620 million at the domestic box office and $1.33 […]

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” debuted atop the national home video sales charts by a wide margin the week ended March 31. The eighth numbered installment of the “Star Wars” saga and the ninth live-action film in the franchise took in $620 million at the domestic box office and $1.33 […]

MPAA Report: World Box Office Topped Record $40 Billion In 2017, But Domestic Dipped 2%

The global box office for all films produced in every country reached a record high of $40.6 billion in 2017, up 5% from 2016, according to the MPAA‘s latest theatrical market statistics report. International box office for all films, foreign and domestic, increased 7% to $29.5 billion, but the domestic box office in the U.S. and Canada slumped 2% to $11.1 billion, down $300 million – or one solid blockbuster – from the year before. Even so, that matched 2015’s domestic…

The global box office for all films produced in every country reached a record high of $40.6 billion in 2017, up 5% from 2016, according to the MPAA's latest theatrical market statistics report. International box office for all films, foreign and domestic, increased 7% to $29.5 billion, but the domestic box office in the U.S. and Canada slumped 2% to $11.1 billion, down $300 million – or one solid blockbuster – from the year before. Even so, that matched 2015's domestic…