Take a look at all the celebrities celebrating Star Wars Day!

Wednesday was another Star Wars day! The annual event takes place on the 4th of May each year, and is a proper pun on the phrase “May the Force be with you.”

Lots of celebrities have taken to Twitter to say “I hope the 4th is with you, including some Star Wars alumni like Daisy Ridley And Mark Hamill!

Star Wars representatives wish their followers a happy 4th with you

Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey in the sequel trilogy, has shared several stills and videos from the set of 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker, which served as the final film in the Skywalker Saga.

In the latest video from his Instagram carousel, Ridley shows off a dazzling choreographed light dance scene. Ridley revealed in her Instagram Stories that she didn’t get into the final cut of the movie, but she said it’s still fun learning!

Daisy Ridley with Mark Hamill
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Mark Hamill has been celebrating Star Wars Day over the past few days.

On Sunday, May 1, Mark posted an edited screenshot from the 1977 movie A New Hope. He captioned it, “May the first be not the worst with you.”

On May 2, Mark followed him up by saying “I hope it’s your second call home so don’t worry.”

On the third day, he followed it up with “I wish the third word was a bird. Bird_Bird is the word.” He later added: “Perhaps the third word is ‘third’.”

On Wednesday morning, Hamill tweeted, “I hope the 4th is just a random day for some…but we know better,” adding #MayThe4thBeWithY. “

Many celebrities celebrated Star Wars Day!

“Star Trek” actor William Shatner tweeted, “Happy #StarWarsDay #MayThe4thBeWithYou.”

“iZombie” actor Rahul Kohli posted a video of him combining a Star Wars ship with LEGO.

The Peter Mayhew Foundation tweeted, “To celebrate the 4th of May and the 10th anniversary of May, the Mayhew Foundation has teamed up with painter Tsuneo Sanda to create this beautiful charity coin in honor of the bond between Han Solo and Chewbacca.” The foundation is run by the widow of the late Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca before the 7’3 actor passed away in 2019.

Former Disney CEO Bob Iger tweeted, “Thank you #georgelucas, for creating the amazing legends for starwars. #MayThe4thBeWithYou.”

Even Sesame Street took part in the event, tweeting, “Have you never heard of a marzipan falcon? It’s the ship that made Kookie ring in less than twelve parsecs! ” #MayThe4thBeWithYou”

Cookie Monster shared the post, adding, “I think this ship looks really good, I hope no one calls it a junk!”

Cookie Monster later followed up by saying “I found the lack of cookies annoying. #MayThe4thBeWithYou.”