I’m probably not alone in saying I was always curious what else was in the Millennium Falcon. We saw the cockpit, the large hangout area, some hallways and guns, but what else is there? A new collectable revealed at Comic-Con shows exactly that.
Oblivion State is a British urban exploration forum, and several of its members came across a really exciting find: the Millennium Falcon film set for the upcoming eighth Star Wars film.
We already knew the (under construction) Star Wars-themed lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World would each have two big rides, one focusing on the Millennium Falcon and another putting you in the middle of a battle between the Resistance and First Order. Now we know we’ll get to pilot the Falcon ourselves, and we…
As the weather gets nicer, it’s time to finally pause The Force Awakens and head outside for some fresh air and sunshine. That doesn’t mean you have to abandon Star Wars altogether. Not when ThinkGeek’s just revealed a wonderful kite collection full of X-Wings, Death Stars, and Droids.
It’s no secret that professional model makers often use the same plastic model kits you can buy at a hobby shop, they’re just highly skilled at painting them to look incredibly realistic. Tristan Elliott instead started with Hasbro’s Battle Action Millennium Falcon toy, and with a little extra paint, turned it into a…
LEGO builder Marshall Banana spent a year planning and building this 7,500 piece replica of the latest version of Han Solo’s ride. It’s one of the most beautiful pieces of garbage I’ve ever seen.
A single frame of a movie has to be pretty freaking epic for a magazine to make it their cover. But that’s what Wired did with a new image from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s an action-packed image from the Millennium Falcon chase scene on Jakku and it’s a thing of beauty.
Alongside their ridiculously pretty Star Wars figures, at Comic-Con Hot Toys unveiled a new line of 1/6th scale dioramas to go with them—starting off with a gigantic, beautiful recreation of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit. Now the company are teasing the possibility of attaching the rest of the damn ship to that.…
Actors may be front and center but, sometimes, the location is the star of a movie. Hogwarts in Harry Potter, Bag End in Lord of the Rings, the firehouse in Ghostbusters, places like these have become as iconic — if not more so — than the movies they’re in.
We’ve shared the work of quadcopter wizard and Star Wars fanatic Olivier C. before (check out videos of his TIE Interceptor and first Millennium Falcon builds), but his new Falcon drone is his best yet. (Still no Wookiee co-pilot, though.) Keep watching until the end to see what he’s working on next!
Finding the motivation to crawl out of bed to face work, school, or even sunlight is hard enough. But imagine the herculean task of getting up in the morning when your bed is a near perfect replica of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit.
No, that's not a picture of Han Solo's trusty ship ripped straight from a Star Wars movie. It's an incredible model made by Bernard Szukiel — but here's the real kicker: it's made entirely out of paper. This is no hunk of junk.
A French Star Wars and quadcopter fan Olivier C. built himself this Millennium Falcon with a few relatively simple steps, and then took the thing out for a test flight. No word on whether he has a Wookie co-pilot.
Major speculation ahead, but a Star Wars fansite is claiming that this GIF of the Millennium Falcon might be the first-ever bit of footage from the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens. What do you think?
Josh Ln takes a peek inside the Enterprise, Serenity, and the Millennium Falcon, and what he finds is surprising. Instead of the usual network of corridors and engines, he uncovers animal-like skeletons beneath the surface of science fiction spaceships.
Parkland High School in Allentown Pennsylvania bears an odd resemblance to Han Solo's smuggling ship. But instead of doing the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs, it circles the sun in 365 days and change. According to school officials, the resemblance is completely coincidental.
Over at Telstar Logistics, Todd Lappin shows us one of the greatest maritime moments Earth has ever known. That's right, the tugboat Millennium Falcon is entering the San Francisco Bay, with the cranes commonly called AT-ATs in the background.
Now you can get lucky in the backseat of the Millennium Falcon, with this decal. Just think of the annoying quotation potential! We'll get you started: "She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts." [Buzzfeed]