“Yeah, I know a guy. He’s the best smuggler around.” The best look we’ve had so far at the Han Solo spin-off movie, which despite a major directorial change mid-shoot appears to be on the right track in the capable hands of Ron Howard. The Millennium Falcon looks so clean.
Those are not moons. If you can’t figure out how to get wide like Kylo Ren, Heather Curfman’s got your back, er chest. She came up with this pin called Ben Swolo, which is totally a film accurate replica. It’s sold out as of this writing, but she also has it as a sticker.
Hot Toys’ action figure of Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. The deluxe version comes with battle droid remains, a light-up lightsaber, a baby Luke Skywalker, holograms of Darth Sidious and Anakin, and a light-up hologram table.
A satisfying time-lapse of a 3D printer churning out a giant model of Han and Chewie’s ship. Stonefx83 custom built his own large-format printer, which cranked through the 27.6″ long, 6.6 pound model in just under 10 days. Read more about the project on Thingiverse.
Love My Custom Wood handcarves these impressively intricate models of Han and Chewie’s iconic ride using a big hunk of white cedar wood. The large version measures 32.5″ x 21.5″, but there’s a smaller version if you don’t have the space or galactic credits to spare.
If Star Wars can have spin-offs, there’s no reason Spaceballs shouldn’t too. Darth Blender mashed up the voiceover from the trailer from Solo: A Star Wars Story with the Mel Brooks space spoof to give us a glimpse at the origin story of its roguish pilot and his sidekick, Barf.
Our first meaningful look at Solo: A Star Wars Story, as we learn more about Han’s early days after being kicked out of the academy, and heading off on his first epic mission with Chewie and Lando. We’re getting a Guardians of the Galaxy vibe here, minus the goofy bits.
Whether you loved or hated The Last Jedi, most of us can agree that the fight sequence in Snoke’s Throne Room was pretty awesome. Here, Mr. Sunday Movies brilliantly recreated the scene as if it were played out on a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis console.
One thing that’s always bothered us about science fiction is how we see these enormous, futuristic constructions, and never see how they get built. Thanks to Isaac and Benjamin Botkin, here’s a look at how the ultimate power in the universe might have been assembled.
Watching the late, great Bruce Lee take on an opponent is already pretty rewarding, but after seeing this image, Patrick Nan decided to amp things up even more, by adding a lightsaber (and lightsaber nunchucks) to a classic martial arts fight sequence from Fist of Fury.
You’ll want to put your headphones on to get the most out of these videos from Dani Ochoa, who figured out a way to pace her writing so it makes music as the pencil hits the paper. Turn up the volume and enjoy her renditions of Star Wars’ Cantina Theme and Imperial March.