December 14th is finally here – which mean Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now in theaters! And what better way to celebrate the release of the latest film than with a little holiday cheer! The awarding-winning team behind ADULTish put together their eighth holiday parody music video, and it’s all things geeky and all things Star Wars! The music video made its premiere today on the OTT platform Footprint.TV.
“Two years ago, my company Orphans Productions, made a Christmas Parody music video “All I Want is Star Wars” on YouTube. Then we kept going.” says Victoria Bennett, co-founder of Oprhans Productions and creator of ADULTISH. “This is our eighth music video we’ve made. These videos are just another outlet we use to express our fandom besides our award winning web series ADULTish. Nostalgia flows strong within our Gen-Y hearts and Express it we must!”
The music video also stars Steve Mecca of Mec Music, and a film quality R2 D2 provided by James Marsilia of Northeast Droid Builders, a company that is officially licensed by Lucas films.
Take a look below at “All I Want Is The Last Jedi”
All I Want Is The Last Jedi
ADULTish is a product of that ‘90s nostalgia, and the subconscious comfort we take in remembering what it was like to just be a kid. In this show, we explore this and the serious struggles faced by maturing millennials living in New York City. We see all this unfold through three different perspectives: a woman (Bevin) who is attempting to balance work as a blogger and dating, a man (Eric) making a living running a bar in Williamsburg but lacking in personal relationships, and a man child (Michael) who can’t seem to grasp anything…not even school paperwork.
The series, which is created by lead actress Victoria Cheri Bennett, is going into production on its fourth season in 2018. Justin Morck, David Rey, Ashley Hearon, Brandon Scott Hughes, Brendan Sockler, Philip Louis Calabro, Adrienne Lovette, Reza Salazar, Zachary Spicer, Logan Cunningham, Tim Rerucha, and Joel Haberli also star.
ADULTish has taken home a number of awards in 2017, including Best Ensemble in the NYC Webfest and the LA Webfest, Best Director Justin Morck in the Asia Web Awards, and Best Webseries of All Genre and Best Actress Victoria Cheri Bennett in the Seoul Webfest.