Do we really need more Clone Wars? Clearly somebody thinks so, because The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has a Clone-themed exhibit opening later this month.
- Mashups: Spencer Brinkerhoff III has replaced our regular Wookiee sidekick (and friends) with Domo Kun. Meanwhile, Bonnie interviews Chris McVeigh about those chipmunk/action figure shots.
- Exhibits: For once, something in my neck of the woods! The Henry Ford (just outside Detroit) is hosting “Out of This World: Extraordinary Costumes from Film and Television” through January. A couple Star Wars costumes aren’t that much, but hey, it’s Michigan: We’ll take what we can get.
- Video: Deadbolt has gathered ten interviews with Star Wars stars dating from the 70’s to today.
- Exhibits: Where Science Meets Imagination opened in St. Paul this week, so naturally there’s plenty of press (featuring Anthony Daniels) from the locals, like the Star Tribune and KARE 11.
- Holidays: Sunday is Father’s Day, which means a lot of lip service for The Empire Strikes Back. Watch it with your dad!
- Random celebrities: Showbiz Ireland makes much ado about some Tatooine-esque getup of Colin Farrell’s. Hey, at least he’s not wearing a bad wig.
Okay, so it’s been a few years since I saw the When Science Meets Imagination exhibit, but does anyone else ever spot a Star Wars poster and a Playboy centerfold in the cockpit of the Tantive IV? Or is it Photoshop? Will we ever know?
If not, don’t worry – you don’t have to be for the BBC’s Star Wars Quiz. I never got past the third question though (technical issues) but hopefully you’ll have better luck.
Also on the BBC today, two videos from the newly-opened Star Wars exhibition in London.
R2-D2 and C-3PO will be among 150 objects that will remain on display while the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History undergoes renovation. The National Air and Space Museum, home to the Magic of Myth exhibition, will be hosting.
Another article about the Charles Ross. He’s in the U.K. now.
Where Science Meets Imagination opens in Columbus. They even have a blog. Included is a list of the upcoming locations for the exhibits: Portland, Los Angeles, (where it leaves just before C4!) Philadelphia, Chicago, Fort Worth, and St. Paul.
Cinema by the Bay, the first release from George Lucas Books, out now. I thought it was already out?
Star Wars Kids explores Dagobah.
Kir Kanos and Mystery Figure 2 pack. This is the second of Hasbro’s line of Expanded Universe figures, which appear to be exclusive to Star Wars Shop.
New VIP blog: Aaron Allston’s “Pretty. What do we blow up first?”