Star Wars geeks, get your fancy 3D glasses shined up. Lucasfilm has announced release dates for the 3D versions of both Episode II and Episode III. The kicker: Episode III comes out only three weeks after Episode II hits theaters. Is that enough 3D for ya?
Having an epic lightsaber battle with your friends can work up a sweat, but it's no problem if you can use your weapons to cool off after the battle.
Braving cold weather is not always easy — Hoth taught us that. So, what's the key to making icy conditions seem a bit more inviting? Snowspeeders, of course!
If you thought Japan was the only country shamelessly using our venerable Jedi masters to shill new products you would be wrong. It turns out that one of the UK's leading telecoms has also decided to employ the ways of the Force.
It's rare that a major amusement park stumbles onto a license to print money, but that just may be the case with the Carbon-Freeze Me promotion recently held by Disney's Hollywood Studios.
Getting kids to use chopsticks can be a challenge. So why not turn it into a battle between the dark and light sides of the food force with these illuminated lightsaber chopsticks?
That badass fire-shooting Cadillac baby carriage better watch its rear view mirror because this Podracer baby stroller would make it eat sand at the Boonta Eve Classic on Tatooine.
Similar to Kristina Alexanderson's Stormtrooper portraits, David Eger challenged himself to take a photo every day of Clone Trooper action figures either recreating a historic picture or event for an entire year. Here's history, reinterpreted with a Star Wars twist.
There's nothing like a nice cold iced tea to beat the summer heat. How does the Skywalker family serve out drinks on their moisture farm? With Death Star-shaped ice balls, of course.
Star Wars is a patchwork of historical cues and myths from around the world. Fantasy artist Clinton Felker has explored this concept by creating a series of colorful works that transport characters from the Star Warsiverse into a neon-drenched feudal Japan.