You know Universal Studio’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter has a wand shop? Disney’s soon-to-open Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction also have something similar. But obviously, wands wouldn’t be fitting and so, the galaxy far, far away themed attraction would just go with Lightsaber. Like, duh? What’s else could be more representative of the Star Wars universe, right? Continue reading Build Your Own Lightsaber And Droid At Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
You know it is coming and now, here’s a taste of what is to come this Christmas. The first teaser trailer for Star Wars: Episode IX is here and along with it, the movie’s name: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. If you don’t already know, episode 9 will be the concluding movie of the Skywalker saga started over 40 years ago. Obviously, having spent $4.05 billion in cash and stock to acquire Lucasfilm, Disney is not about to lay to rest this super lucrative revenue generator that also has an enormous fan base – more so when the franchise’s financial performance to date has been positive. Continue reading Here’s The First Teaser Trailer Of Star Wars: Episode 9
Well, that was fast. Just last month, LEGO Review Board had green lit two new LEGO Ideas set as part of the Second 2018 Review Results. One of the submission that has gotten the nod was The Central Perk Coffee of Friends, which we had excitedly featured here a couple of weeks ago, and the other was this: Steamboat Willie, a Mickey Mouse set based on the original cartoon character from 90 years ago, submitted by LEGO Ideas member Máté Szabó, AKA szabomate90. Continue reading LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie Unveiled Along With Box Signing Events
Two years on after its initial announcement, Disneyland has revealed the first close-up look at the Millennium Falcon, the star of the much anticipated new Star Wars-: Galaxy’s Edge attraction for Disneyland, California and Walt Disney World, Florida. The iconic faster spaceship in the galaxy is part of the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run attraction which will put guests behind the controls of the Han Solo’s modified freighter as one of the three flight crew roles. Continue reading Here’s The First Look Of The Millennium Falcon Ride Coming Soon To Disneyland
It has been while since we last talked about Beats. We didn’t think any that came up along the way was worthy after the one that has Apple’s W1 chip. Anyways, here’s one that is a wee bit interesting: Mickey Mouse edition Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones because, Mickey Mouse. The iconic cartoon mouse and the world’s only mouse that has a pet dog is now at a grand old age of 90. To make this occasion, Apple has revealed a pair of special edition Solo3 cans, the Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphone Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary Edition (quite a mouthful, eh?). Continue reading Apple Announced Mickey Edition Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones
The need to protect actors during movie making lead to the creation of the job known as stunt doubles, AKA stuntman. Little do we know that a job normally reserved for the fearless could be at threat of robot takeover too. Believe or not, Disney is hatching a plan to let autonomous humanoids take on dangerous stunt. Continue reading Wait, What? Now, Even Stunt Man’s Job Is Threatened By Robots?
What you see here is a Millennium Falcon and nope, it wasn’t parked among the wastes of the desert planet Jakku. Neither was it in Rub al Khali desert near Abu Dhabi, or Hollywood backlot. No, wait. It was actually on a backlot, just not in stateside. In fact, it was uncovered to be parked on the backlot of Longcross Studios outside of London, just off the M3 freeway. I said ‘was’ because, it was spotted way back in June and as you know, Google Earth only updates the satellite images between 1 and 3 years, and so, for all we know, it may have already moved between now and then. Continue reading Did Disney Did A Bad Job In Trying To Hide The Millennium Falcon?
Not only does Disney wants fans of Marvel to totally immerse in the superhero world even when they aren’t at the company’s parks, but it also wants Star Wars fans to do the same. Yup. That’s right. There’s going to be a Star Wars-inspired hotel coming your way too. So, brace yourselves Star Wars fanatics. Your dream of living the life in the galaxy far, far away is going to be realized in near future, right here on Earth. The idea of a Star Wars-inspired hotel is to take the Star Wars experience beyond parks, to the extend of blurring the line between reality and fiction. Continue reading Fancy Staying In The Galaxy Far, Far Away? Well, Soon Will Be Able To!
Disney’s biggest cash cow is probably not the surprise hit Frozen, or any other of its animated flicks. If anything, it would be Marvel and Star Wars, which now proves to be the two most worthy acquisitions the entertainment company has ever made. And I am not going to lie: we never loved Disney this much before. Disney has taken, in particular, Marvel to a height previously unthinkable and it is continuing to do so by giving fans more tangible experience outside of the theaters. The Marvel-themed Disney’s New York Hotel is one such endeavor. Continue reading Disneyland Paris To Get Marvel-Themed Disney’s New York Hotel
When Marvel/Disney decided to go big in promoting Marvel movies, collaborating with Samsung for an Iron Man-themed Galaxy S6, we totally understand why. After all, Iron Man and the Avengers were and are still huge contributors to Disney’s coffer, but Pirates of the Caribbean? Not to belittle the Pirates franchise I personally enjoy watching, or Johnny Depp or Jerry Bruckheimer, but we didn’t think it warrant such a treatment. Nevertheless, here it is, the Samsung Pirates of the Caribbean Galaxy S8. As expected, this special edition phone is everything the standard Galaxy S8 is, which means everything about is identical to the standard device, save for some cosmetic touches. Continue reading Will You Buy A Samsung Pirates of the Caribbean-Themed Galaxy S8?