Lucasfilm and Disney have ensured there’s no shortage of decor ideas for your next Star Wars-themed soiree. But if you plan to feed your guests, do everyone a favor and skip these Star Wars snack bowls that make it look like you have to snatch pre-chewed treats from the gaping maws of Jabba, Chewbacca, and a Wampa.
A leading role in a smash hit Star Wars movie might seem like a dream come true for Diego Luna. But playing Cassian Andor was apparently number two on Luna’s Star Wars wish list... behind yearning for an intimate moment with the galaxy’s most famous space slug crime lord.
You might look at this six-feet tall inflatable Jabba the Hutt and see the perfect way to decorate your front yard for Halloween. But look harder and you’ll see it’s actually perfect for any holiday or celebration—be it Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, a wedding, or the arrival of a new baby.
Arguably the best thing about the original Star Wars trilogy are the puppets. As George Lucas was not yet visually unleashed by CGI, these films had to work within technical limitations to create the bold and ambitious scenes that the scrips demanded. And no puppet (except, maybe Yoda) was as memorable or complex as…
There is a universe where the last Star Wars action figures came out in 1985, the Battle of Endor took place on Kashyyyk, and the prequels were actually a three-night-long PBS mockumentary — directed by Errol Morris — on the vagaries of moisture farming. Suffice to say, we don't live in that universe.
We've given you ten reasons why Star Wars: The Clone Wars would rock the awesome, shown you sneaks at the new cast members and behind the scenes glimpses of the making of the movie, and even made Annalee into a very excitable, kill-happy droid. But, with the actual movie coming to a theater near you tomorrow, you may…