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The Book of Boba Fett Diorama

The Book of Boba Fett Diorama

Excited about The Book of Boba Fett? Boylei Hobby Time can’t wait either, so he made a model based on the scene of Fett holding court at the end of The Mandalorian Season 2. He started with an off-the-shelf Boba Fett model, meticulously painted and distressed it, then created a custom throne, complete with rancor heads.

LEGO Ultimate Collectors Series AT-AT

LEGO Ultimate Collectors Series AT-AT
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This isn’t the first LEGO Imperial Walker, but it’s the most impressive. UCS model 75313 has 6785 pieces and stands 25″ tall. Details include poseable legs, moving cannons, a Minifig-scale interior, two speeder bikes, and more. Among its nine Minifigs us Luke Skywalker with a tow cable for him to hang from. Drops 11.26.2021.

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Sand Planet

Sand Planet

(PG-13: Language) A couple of days ago, in a galaxy not very far away, an enthusiastic young man and his apathetic uncle went shopping for droids on a hot and boring desert planet. Joel Haver is joined by guest Justin Roiland to bring back this deleted scene from Star Wars: A New Hope.

Mandalorian Beskar Ingot Wallet

Mandalorian Beskar Ingot Wallet
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This is the way to pay. This metal wallet looks like one of The Mandalorian’s precious Beskar ingots. It’s actually made from pewter, but it still looks awesome and holds up to seven of your galactic credit cards. An officially-licensed Star Wars collectible from Royal Selangor.

The Book of Boba Fett (Trailer)

The Book of Boba Fett (Trailer)

The Mandalorian brought back Boba Fett, now head to Tatooine to see how the bounty hunter rules the underworld now that Jabba the Hutt is no longer head cheese, and Bib Fortuna is dead. The series premieres on 12.29.21 on Disney+.

Against All Odds: A Star Wars Fan Film

Against All Odds: A Star Wars Fan Film

Frostbite Cinematics and a team of talented CG animators created this Star Wars short film with a great cinematic look and an action-packed battle between Clone Troopers and Battle Droids. The clip was created primarily using models, textures, and animations from Battlefront II and Jedi Fallen Order.

Making Lightsaber Fights More Realistic

Making Lightsaber Fights More Realistic

The choreography in Star Wars lightsaber duels has isn’t exactly realistic. The guys at Corridor Crew enlisted stunt coordinator Luke LaFontaine to help choreograph a fight scene that much better captures realistic swordplay tactics and how you might wield a lightweight plasma weapon. Then, they cranked up the VFX wizardry.

Luke vs. Palpatine Tesla Coil Battle

Luke vs. Palpatine Tesla Coil Battle

The scene in Return of the Jedi where Emperor Palpatine takes on Luke Skywalker is a classic. Wayne Keenan replicated Palpatine’s Force Lightning using a tesla coil and a couple of action figures. As a bonus, he programmed the electricity to play The Imperial March.

RSVLTS x Star Wars The Trilogy Shirt

RSVLTS x Star Wars The Trilogy Shirt
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RSVLTS‘ eye-catching, black and blue short-sleeve shirt is covered with images inspired by the original Star Wars trilogy. The art incorporates movie posters and classic scenes and is printed onto KUNUFLEX, lightweight fabric that’s comfy and super stretchy. Officially licensed by Lucasfilm and Disney.

The Unusual Suspect in The Phantom Menace

The Unusual Suspect in The Phantom Menace

(PG-13: Language) The Unusual Suspect had to repost some of his popular “But I’m in It!” video edits. This led us to discover some episodes we’ve never seen, like the time that he starred in Star Wars: Episode I, got in a battle of wits with Yoda, and tried to juggle too many lightsabers against Darth Maul.

Igloo x Star Wars Can Tumblers

Igloo x Star Wars Can Tumblers
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Celebrate your love for classic Star Wars with these travel tumblers from Igloo. Each one is decked out in retro graphics printed on a tall 16 oz. can. Double-wall stainless steel construction keep drinks cold or hot, and they have spill-proof lids. Igloo also makes some sweet Star Wars coolers.

Death Star Coffee Mug

Death Star Coffee Mug
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That’s no moon. It’s a coffee cup! Silver Buffalo’s Star Wars coffee mug looks just like the Death Star – assuming you squished it a bit, cut off its top, and slapped on a handle. The oversize 20 oz. ceramic mug has more vulnerabilities than just its exhaust port, as it’s not dishwasher- or microwave-safe.

Star Wars without Star Wars

Star Wars without Star Wars

The Star Wars movies are so deeply ingrained into pop culture that it’s now possible to create a Star Wars movie without using any actual Star Wars footage. Paulogia proves just that by editing together Episode IV: A New Hope entirely from references in non-Lucasfilm movies and TV shows.

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The Smithsonian’s X-Wing Fighter

The Smithsonian’s X-Wing Fighter

The Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum is one of the greatest places we’ve ever visited. Recently, Adam Savage stopped by and got an up-close look at the full-scale T-70 X-Wing fighter they’re currently restoring. Lucasfilm loaned them the screen-used spaceship, which will soon go on display at the museum.

Star Wars Mazes

Star Wars Mazes
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Maze expert Sean C. Jackson created 30 intricate mazes for fellow Star Wars fans to enjoy. Locations include the forests of Endor, Jabba’s Palace, the rocky cliffs of Ahch-To, and the corridors of the Death Star. In addition to winding your way through the mazes, each illustration contains a Where’s Waldo-style challenge.

LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales (Trailer)

LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales (Trailer)

What could be better than LEGO + Star Wars? According to Disney, LEGO + Star Wars + Halloween. In this Disney+ special, Poe Dameron and BB-8 land on a Mustafar, where a Hutt named Graballa has set up a Sith-inspired theme park and hotel. Then Emperor Palpatine shows up and tries to start raising the dead.

Star Wars: Visions (Trailer)

Star Wars: Visions (Trailer)

After our first look, here’s another selection of beautiful and eye-popping footage from the upcoming Star Wars animated series. It features seven original stories as told through the eyes of some of Japan’s greatest anime studios. The series premieres on Disney+ on 9.22.2021, and we can’t wait to watch it.

Hacksmith vs Mandalorian

Hacksmith vs Mandalorian

It took James and the guys from Hacksmith Industries months to complete their arsenal of props and costume armor inspired by The Mandalorian. They’ve now released a short film to celebrate their achievement, showing off everything they built and then some.

Millennium Sand Falcon

Millennium Sand Falcon

Artist Leonardo Ugolini is known for building intricate sandcastles and sand sculptures. In this video, he shows off a beachside version of the Millennium Falcon, while narrating his process with the most soothing voice. Check out Leonardo’s TikTok channel for more of his incredible sand creations.

Yoda Speaking Normally

Yoda Speaking Normally

Star Wars fans know that Yoda has a particular way of speaking English – puts verbs at the end of sentences he does. Chewie’s Meme Town wondered what it might be like if Yoda spoke like the rest of us, and the resulting dialogue does not compute in our brains.

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Walt Disney Imagineering Showcase 2021

Walt Disney Imagineering Showcase 2021

The Imagineers who bring the attractions to life at Disney’s theme parks are among the most talented designers, engineers, and builders in the world. This brief video shares some of their recent work in robotics, animatronics, ride design, and more. Plus, there’s another glimpse at their amazing retractable lightsaber.

Death Star Wall Lamp

Death Star Wall Lamp
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Artist Pete Betcher of The BKPK Shop makes all kinds of cool and geeky objects for the home. Among them is this illuminated wall art which looks like a modernist Death Star. It’s made from baltic birch plywood and acrylic, and casts cool shadows onto the wall around it. Measures 11″ across, and takes a 40w candelabra bulb.

A Crossover of Events

A Crossover of Events

(PG-13: Gore, Language) What if all of your favorite action franchises collided into one massive crossover event? Editor Abs4Fun stitched together this series of clips that create a cohesive multi-franchise universe, linking the worlds together with portals. If anyone could make this movie, it would have to be Disney.

Star Wars: Visions: First Look

Star Wars: Visions: First Look

The Star Wars franchise has paid homage to Japanese cinema and folklore throughout the years. Now Disney+ repays the debt by inviting seven of Japan’s top animation studios to create unique anime stories that take place in the Star Wars universe. The series premieres 9.22.2021.

R2-D2 Hologram Edition Model

R2-D2 Hologram Edition Model

Bandai Japan is showing offf this unique 1/12-scale plastic model of R2-D2. This clearly isn’t the droid you’re looking for because you can see right through its electric blue shell. The design was inspired by R2’s holographic projection of Princess Leia. Drops 10.2021.

If Toad Had a Podracer

If Toad Had a Podracer

When you think about it, the podracer sequence in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, is kind of like a round of Mario Kart, minus the banana peels. Studson Studios ran with the idea, and put together this awesome Star Wars + Nintendo kitbash model that imagines what Toad’s podracer might have looked like.

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