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BB-8 the little rolling droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens has proven to be very popular. He’s no R2-D2 in my mind, but he is cool nonetheless. We have seen plenty of BB-8 themed stuff since the flick hit theaters like that cool BB-8 tea set and the BB-8 waffle iron.
If you’re a Star Wars fan who attends conventions, you’ve probably seen Roxy The Rancor. Maybe you even had your picture taken with her. Well, now Roxy has some competition for your photo ops.
Roxy’s creators Rick Boehler and Erik Hollander are working on a replica of the Luggabeast from The Force Awakens.
When you unnecessarily censor something, everything sounds dirty. So naturally, it makes everything better. That’s why Baltimore digital director Kyle J. Britt has created an unnecessarily censored version of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s no longer an innocent movie, but a foul-mouthed and lewd space adventure.
And now for the coolest Star Wars: The Force Awakens LEGO diorama we have seen so far… This huge diorama depicts the junkyard settlement Niima Outpost on Jakku in LEGO form.
This amazing display was made by Wookieewarrior – probably as a way to show off that huge Millennium Falcon model.
I’m trying to keep my expectations in check when it comes to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. After the disappointment of the last three films, I don’t have my hopes up for the new installment. At least this time out there aren’t any annoying new CGI characters, at least that the previews have showed.
Christian Poulsen liked the BB-8 droid from Star Wars: The Force Awakens so much that he decided to make his own. He actually made the droid you see here in less than a day, which is why the surfacing and paint is not perfect.
Remember that lovable rolly-polly droid that rolled into our hearts during its brief appearance in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer? Of course you do. It was only a few days ago. Disney certainly wasted no time Disney-fying our favorite sci-fi property.