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Do you like disemboweled Tauntauns? Good, because Disney is releasing ten new Hoth-themed plush toys that include Leia, 2-1B, a Wampa, Luke, Han, and even a Tauntaun. Yes, a Tauntaun Tsum Tsum. That is way too much fun to say.
It would be great to be rich. You could have all the exotic cars you want, and your mansion could be filled with awesome themed rooms. If you have about $15 million lying around, you might want to drop that dough on this awesome California mansion.
LEGO builder Tyler Sky is back, and this time instead of a Pink Landspeeder, he has delivered Rudolph the red nosed AT-AT. Now, how could any rebel tangle up the legs of something so cute and make it fall down?
Our pals over at Homes and Hues spotted this Wampa-inspired Hoth Wampug Cave made by Tom Spina Designs for Kristen Andrews’ famous pet pug Chubbs the Wampug. She will knock you out and drag you to her icy cave, where she will hang you upside down and save you for a later meal.
While there have been plenty of images circulating over on Reddit showing the awful, unsanitary things workers do when they’re bored at their fast food jobs, Redditor Txmaluda did something a little more creative – and decidedly less disturbing – with their downtime at work.
This Battle of Hoth cake makes the battle different than I remember. Thanks a lot Han and Leia. The rebels are facing the Empire in a battle round and round this cake, while the pair of them are busy getting married up top.
You know how I like to celebrate my favorite moments in movie history? By eating them. Yep, I figure there’s no more fitting tribute to the greatest harpooning in all of sci-fi than a great sugary rendition of a moment’s triumph over the Empire.
You can make just about anything from Lego, but it takes a special sort of hard-working soul to build something as painstakingly authentic as this recreation of Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back. With Lego bricks, custom figures, LEDs and creativity, Echo Base lives to be attacked again.
This Star Wars-themed wedding is not your typical, run-of-the-mill Han and Leia affair. Oh no. For this wedding, all of the guests dressed to the nines in Star Wars costumes, and every detail was imbued with Force-y goodness.