Congratulations to our two “Jedi Junkies” winners! [Read more…]
Seth MacFarlane and company are back along with several guest voices including semi-regulars Adam West and Carrie Fisher; Rush Limbaugh (as the Sarlaac pit monster); and Patrick Stewart and Michael Dorn in a Star Trek: The Next Generation riff. The movie goes on sale December 21 on DVD and Blu-ray. [Read more…]
This week, our favorite storm-trooper TD-0013 celebrates the 30th anniversary of and offers us his thoughts on what many consider to be the best of the Star Wars saga, The Empire Strikes Back. [Read more…]
When Wicked Lasers began offering Spyder III Pro Arctic laser for sale a few weeks ago, fans of the “Star Wars” movies noticed something–the design looked a lot like the famous lightsabers from the films. [Read more…]
Earlier this year, we brought you news about the on-line project to recreate “Star Wars” in fifteen second clips.
Many of those clips used toys from the original and updated toy lines. Now, one fan has recreated several of the sequences from “A New Hope” using his toy collection. [Read more…]
JEDI JUNKIES is a film about real men and women who dedicate their personal and professional lives to all things Star Wars.
Directed by Mark Edlitz and featuring Olivia Munn (host, ‘Attack of the Show’), it’s a fun and affectionate look at how some Star Wars fans’ appreciation can go well beyond mere admiration. [Read more…]
Last week, it was R2D2 taking over an observatory.
This week, it’s the “Star Wars” icon as “Iron Man.” [Read more…]
Looking for something new to wear this con season?
How about a Star Wars corset? [Read more…]
Students at Minnesota’s Carleton College today transformed their campus observatory into R2-D2 this week. [Read more…]
Tomorrow is the 30th anniversary of the opening of “The Empire Strikes Back,” the second (and many consider the best) installment in the original “Star Wars” trilogy.
But what if the movie hadn’t been made in 1980 but instead in the 1950’s? [Read more…]
Here’s a cool new fan made video that tells the entire story of the original “Star Wars” trilogy in just over two minutes and using Legos. [Read more…]