ThinkGeek has their first wave of Solo product out, and there’s no question about what the highlight is: The Lando cape. The pattern in the lining is inspired by Lando’s scarf.
Denny’s did a big reveal of their Solo stuff today, beginning with Collider debuting a commercial for the promotion. The commercial may be for the restaurant, but the set is a recreation of the one from the film, with Solo production designer Neil Lamont and creature supervisor Neal Scanlan on board, per io9. The fateful card game between Han and Lando takes place there, and the creatures are mostly from the movie as well. Continue reading “Grease traps ahoy: The Solo/Denny’s alliance has officially begun”
Hot toy alert: Radio Flyer is making a landspeeder! It’s drivable, seats two, has an interactive dashboard (with sound!) and will cost you a cool $499.99. (Maybe the price will go down when the XP-38 comes out?) Continue reading “Kids these days to get to ride around in a mini landspeeder, because life is unfair”
Thinkgeek (of course) is now selling a set of lightsaber-themed screwdrivers. The Vader and Yoda hilts are flatheads, and the Luke hilt is a Phillips.
With the collaboration of Lucasfilm and Disney, Brooklyn’ Ample Hills Creamery has created two limited edition Star Wars ice cream (frozen custard?) flavors. Per Entertainment Weekly, the flavors are:
The Dark Side (ultra-dark chocolate ice cream with espresso fudge brownies, cocoa crispies, and white chocolate pearls) and The Light Side (bright marshmallow ice cream with homemade crispie clusters, as well as a smattering of handmade cocoa crispies).
They can be ordered online and come in four-packs with collectible containers.