It’s only Thursday, but you’re probably more than ready for the weekend. If you’re feeling a bit down, or if you just want to see something awesome, this quick character profile of Lego Poe Dameron will do the trick.
Correction: The official Lego YouTube put up the trailer, then quickly made it private. Our apologies. We’ve got an unofficial version below for now.
A brand new Star Wars animated series is coming to TV. Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, a full-fledged show blending the humor of the Lego brand and, well, Star Wars, is set to premiere sometime this summer on Disney XD.
In addition to Star Wars Rebels, we've got another animated Star Wars series on the horizon, this time animated in the style of LEGO. In a six-part miniseries, Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales will retell each of the original and prequel Star Wars movies from the perspective of C-3PO and R2-D2.
Lego is releasing a new line of Star Wars sets called Microfighters, where characters get awesome mini-versions of ships like the Millennium Falcon and Star Destroyers to jet around in. The reason you care besides the fact that Star Wars Legos are great, is because this new commercial for them rules.
This week's TV is bonkers. There's quite possibly the most off-kilter take on superheroes you've seen this year. Doctor Who's Russell T. Davies pits wizards against space monsters. There's a demented-ass TV movie about an evil spa. Lando returns to Star Wars. Plus Venture Bros.' new season, and Game of Thrones' ninth…
One of the most popular Star Wars video games spawns a TV special this week, as Lego Star Wars tells a story about Yoda, C-3PO and R2D2 battling the Sith. Meanwhile, Lifetime's new J.K. Rowling biopic looks face-clawingly hideous.
The biggest ever collection of Star Wars Lego sculptures — including the biggest Lego Millennium Falcon ever — is being assembled at Legoland California. And you can watch it all happening, via a webcam.
Lego Star Wars goes to the next level, with a skewed retelling of the original trilogy. Yes, it stars Jar-Jar, but it's seriously the most uproarious, brilliant Star Wars spoof in forever, packed with crazy Easter eggs. [via Kotaku]