Stare Into the Dead Eyes of Madame Tussaud's New Star Wars Exhibit

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As much quality work as clearly goes into these, you just can’t escape the uncanny valley when you star into wax Han Solo’s lifeless eyes.

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On Saturday, May 16th, Madame Tussaud’s will open its brand new Star Wars exhibit, which recreates a bunch of iconic scenes with spaces for visitors to sit and re-enact their favorite poses:

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The non-humans look so much better than the humans:

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We’ve got the requisite Millenium Falcon and Jabba and Leia tableau and the seemingly less-necessary prequel scenes:

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And the Emperor looks somehow creepier:

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Anyone who happens to be in London can check these out in person.


Contact the author at katharine@io9.com.

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CuboneLibre
Cubone Libre

That’s actually Hayden Christensen though, right?