A few weeks ago a promo spot for Star Wars: The Last Jedi was released that featured Luke Skywalker stepping into the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon for the first time in over 30 years. It was very cool to see after all these years and today we have a new photo from EW to share with you along with an interview with Mark Hamill. In the interview, he talks about what it was like for him being back on the Millennium Falcon.
LEGO just revealed their new Ultimate Millennium Falcon Collectors Set and it includes 7,541 LEGO bricks! This makes the set the largest LEGO set ever! The first Ultimate Millennium Falcon Collectors Set was released in 2007 and it included $5,195 pieces. Ten years later they decided to drop in 2,346 more LEGO bricks and give collectors something epic.
The LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon revealed!
Separate from the Star Wars: The Last Jedi assortment, LEGO also announced the new LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon. With 7,541 pieces, it is the largest LEGO set ever – and will be available October 1 for $799.99. You can check out photos of the set in the gallery below!
Disneyland has officially started the construction of Star Wars Land, which was announced last year at Disney’s D23 Expo. The expansion will include 14 acres of unused space, and we’ve only seen a few pieces of concept art for what fans can expect to see. We now have a map that shows us the layout of Star Wars Land that shows us where all the attractions will be, and it shows us just how big that the expansion is going to be. It will be the biggest land at the theme park! It looks so big compared to the rest. Continue reading
Are you one of those collectors that waits in line to get your hands on new merchandise? Probably from a movie that is coming out? Oh… lets say for example Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Well I am, and there is an event this year called Force Friday! It starts at major store locations at 12:01 AM on Friday September 4th. I got to Toys R’ Us about 20 minutes early, Continue reading
Years of rumors have finally be made official. Disney CEO Bob Iger just announced at the D23 Expo that they are making not one, but two, full-on Star Wars-themed lands at their theme parks. One at Hollywood Studios in Orlando and one at Disneyland in Anaheim, marking their largest single land park expansions ever.
At 14 acres wide, the parks will transport fans to a whole new Star Wars planet (which, from the images, looks a lot like Naboo) that’s located on the edge of the Outer Rim. Every inch of it will be from the series’ mythos. Everything will tie in. There will be cantinas operated by aliens, and all that good stuff. Continue reading