Or did he
just get served? All I know? It might be on. Kids these days. ( via)
Stormtroopers and stockbrokers will be mingling this morning at the New York Stock Exchange as Lucas Licensing’s Howard Roffman and friends will be on hand
to ring the opening bell. I’m going to guess that our favorite Ewok wasn’t invited.
UPDATE: Here’s the video:
StarWars.com for some sneak peeks at the upcoming from Adidas. Looks like there will be some clothing as well! Star Wars shoes
Rebelscum contest winners. The fansite announced the winners of their annual Halloween costume contest yesterday – this ( Robot Chicken-inspired?) Ponda Baba by Michael took first place in the adult contest.
Sing it. Are you sick of seeing that old pic of Carrie Fisher and her ROTJ stunt double being treated as some sort of rare, leaked revelation? Yeah, me too.
According to Jabba? The King of Tatooine? io9’s Annalee Newitz mines Bonnie’s interview with the The Box director Richard Kelly for his idea of a Jabba the Hutt tv show. Scary thought: It’s not really out of the realm of possibility.
Blotter. A New Zealand fan had his stormtrooper armor stolen off his back porch before he had a chance to wear it. At least the perpetrators were caught on camera?
Craft corner: Stormtrooper outfits and playworthy lightsabers out of easy-to-find materials. Or… an AT-AT dog costume, because tiny little dogs just have too much innate dignity.
Friday seems as good a day as any to check in with Stéfan Le Dû’s
Stormtroopers 365 project. Also, for chocolate.
The original case of Lucasfilm suing designer Andrew Ainsworth over his reproductions of the stormtrooper outfits ended with
both sides claiming victory; Now they’re at it again.
Danny Choo bring some rhythm to Monday morning with Gatsby Trooper. ( via)
An interview with
Ashley Eckstein, and while we’re on the topic of voice actors, James Arnold Taylor in the new Insider or over at Newsarama. Also playing? Seth Green!
io9 provides some bootleg-style pictures of
concept art, including the a rehash (prehash?) of the Grievous/Obi-Wan duel above. StarWars.com has better pictures of the least interesting offerings (We’ll get the quality scans eventually,) as well as pics of Cad Bane and the clone troopers.