That's 852 with 15 zeros following it. I know, that figure is insane. You know what that means. It means Emperor Palpatine and Darth Vader were rolling in the money like filthy rich rappers. I guess ruling the Galactic Empire isn't so terrible when you're ballin'.
As the world waits for the next Xbox, the awesome folks at Microsoft are gearing up to rake in the cash with the special Star Wars R2-D2 Xbox 360, C-3PO controller, white Kinect sensor and Kinect Star Wars bundle. We finally got some alone time with Artoo and he's still quite the charmer.
I'm not going to bore you with a lot of fancy talk about this Millenium Falcon guitar. Let's just say my enthusiasm for this guitar requires me to censor my speech to speech suitable to a level suitable for the workplace.
Here at DVICE we tend to be suckers for anything Star Wars related. When I saw these ultra-cool sneakers with the built-in lightsabers, I thought these would be the perfect finishing touch for any true Star Wars geek's costume. So imagine my disappointment when I discovered that they only come in kids sizes.
It took three years, but Casey Pugh's feature-length Star Wars Uncut: Director's Cut, a recreation of Star Wars made with fan created scenes is finally available for your viewing pleasure.
Volkswagen's mini Darth Vader commercial for last year's Super Bowl was such a hit, that the carmaker has decided to continue using the force at this year's event. This time they have gone to the dogs, with a canine choir that gives a ter-ruff-ic performance of Darth Vader's Imperial March.
The Godzilla of all Star Wars cakes is not that LED-lite Death Star cake we saw last summer. It's this 6-foot 4-inch tall Stormtrooper that was created by Amanda Oakleaf Cakes.
Those aren't Cinnabons on this lovely girl's ears. They're headphone covers shaped like Princess Leia's hairdo from Star Wars and they're perfect for wannabe-princesses in need of rescue from evil dads who rule the galaxy.
It seems like New York City is quickly becoming the Star Wars geek capital of the world. First we had that epic lightsaber battle down in Washington Square park, and now a group of Jedi and Sith have staged a frozen battle moment to promote Star Wars: The Old Republic.
I love it when a design student hits it out of the park with a concept that is both visually arresting and useful. Well, useful if you are Star Wars obsessed and thirsty.