Hot Wheels' Darth Vader Car left us perplexed when we first saw the one-off, full-sized Star Wars themed monster the company had crafted for SDCC this week, but after seeing it in action on the road everything becomes clear. The gaping-mouthed racer - about which "distinctive" would be a decided understatement - stars in a new video for the company, looking every bit as intimidating as the Sith Lord himself.
EA Games will be releasing Star Wars Battlefront next year - it’s almost, but not quite assured. This week EA Studios EVP Patrick Soderlund has spoken up about the game, speaking specifically to how it’ll be released and on how it will relate to Star Wars 7, aka Star Wars VII, the yet-unnamed movie directed by J.J. Abrams.
Hot Wheels and Star Wars may not be the most obvious crossover, but Mattel isn't letting that stop it, producing a full-sized, working reproduction of its new Darth Vader car especially for San Diego Comic-Con. The outlandish vehicle - built, for the road-going version at least, on the guts of a Corvette C5 - not only bears the Sith Lord's gaping maw, but actually makes his distinctive breathing sounds, too.
The war of the comedic news anchors / interview personalities begins between Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, a war in the stars. Letting the world know once again about the Omaze-handled Star Wars Force For Change campaign, Colbert and Stewart have a lightsaber battle to see who is, once and for all, the biggest Star Wars fan of all.
Star Wars fans revisit the film franchise often, and we’d bet a few of them even play Minecraft. Some recreate scenes from the movie using Minecraft, but one user has gone all out. Rather than create scenes or crowd-source footage using Minecraft, someone has recreated the entire film.