Secrets of the Millennium Falcon: An EW Star Wars: The Force Awakens video

8 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »


The Jedi Council — aka a few Star Tribune staffers with a little free time – have released their official rankings of 32 of the most important characters in the Star Wars movies (the numbers shown in brackets). The first trailer showed that the music was there, the practical effects, and that this film going to pay tribute to the originals.” “If I had my way I wouldn’t be doing interviews, and there’d be one trailer that just says, ‘Go to see this film.’ It’s amazingly effective not knowing the narrative or the ins and outs of the characters.” “No.

Luke’s surname was originally Starkiller, not Skywalker, before Lucas relented to pressure from 20th Century Fox executives and renamed him in late drafts of A New Hope. Ages: 8+, Price: $110 This shuttle building set doesn’t actually fly, but a little imagination is more than enough to bring the highly detailed starship to life.

With more than a thousand pieces in this particular set, it’s a great project to work on together as a family and will keep kids entertained through many long winter days and nights. When Return of the Jedi was being filmed, the studio gave it the working titleBlue Harvest and pretended it was a horror film to keep people from wandering onto the set. Benicio Del Toro was supposed to star as Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace, but he walked away when the character’s lines were cut and got replaced by stuntman Ray Park. Whenever anyone walks by, he comes out with a Darth-ism such as, “the force is strong with this one.” Or he just makes his scary masked breathing noises.

It made me the most popular person on Thanksgiving vacation this year — when I pulled it out and challenged my nieces, nephews and step-sons to a battle extraordinaire. It’s a one-of-a-kind fully-loaded PC, delivering an immersive experience for fans with its “battle worn” distressed design that includes and storm troopers on the keyboard.

I took this laptop on an airplane recently and spent most of the flight fielding compliments and questions from people about where they could find one for themselves. Ages: 12+, Price: $700 Okay, so here’s the thing: I had a toy lightsaber as a child — that I begged for and did a month of extra chores for — shortly after the first movie came out. Still, I took it everywhere with me as I pinned on fake cinnamon-bun Princess Leia braids and went into my own fantasy Star Wars world for hours on end.

It’s an impeccably detailed adult collectible “weapon” that powers up with realistic light effects and features motion sensor-controlled great sound effects. It also comes with a main Lightsaber featuring lights and sounds, two independently-lit lightdaggers, expansion hilt, two elbow connectors, dual connector, and cross connector. You connect it to a full size iPad or Android tablet, launch the app, and use the “mindwave reading” Bluetooth headset to complete challenges like lifting an X-Wing fighter out of the swamp.

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