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Disney+ and The Simpsons Unite for Star Wars Short ‘May the 12th Be With You’


In an exciting collaboration, Disney+ and The Simpsons are teaming up to bring fans a new Star Wars-themed short film titled “May the 12th Be With You.”

Directed by David Silverman, the short features everyone’s favorite matriarch, Marge Simpson, in a Mother’s Day galactic adventure.

Set to premiere on May 10th, this collaboration marks the third time these iconic franchises have joined forces, promising viewers a delightful blend of humor and intergalactic excitement exclusively on Disney+.

A Galactic Adventure with Marge Simpson

In “May the 12th Be With You,” Marge Simpson takes center stage as she embarks on a journey through the Star Wars universe.

Directed by David Silverman, known for his work on The Simpsons Movie, the short promises to deliver the same wit and charm that fans have come to love from both The Simpsons and Star Wars.

Celebrating Mother’s Day in Style

The release of this Star Wars-themed short film is timed perfectly for Mother’s Day, offering fans a unique and entertaining way to celebrate the special day.

Marge Simpson’s adventure is sure to be filled with laughs, surprises, and plenty of nods to the Star Wars universe, making it a must-watch for fans of both franchises.

A Long-Standing Collaboration

This collaboration between Disney+ and The Simpsons is not the first time these two beloved franchises have come together.

Previous collaborations have included a Star Wars-themed couch gag on The Simpsons and a short film titled “Maggie Simpson in ‘The Force Awakens from Its Nap.'”

Each of these collaborations has been well-received by fans, and “May the 12th Be With You” is expected to be no different.


“May the 12th Be With You” is set to be a fun and entertaining addition to the Star Wars universe, bringing together the humor of The Simpsons with the epic storytelling of Star Wars.

Fans can look forward to a delightful adventure with Marge Simpson as she navigates the galaxy in her own unique way.


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