Run, don't walk, to get this free* Star Wars Lego minifigure
- Author: Michelle Webb Sep 01, 2017,
Sep 01, 2017, 1:45
The first is called "How To: Build Your Own Star Wars Trailer", and it lets customers learn signature techniques for making Star Wars trailers through an exclusive video from the The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson.
What a time to be alive: if the upcoming National Eat A Hoagie Day (September 14) and World Tripe Day (October 24) weren't enough to be excited about, there's another Star Wars day, taking place THIS FRIDAY. However, little is known about the part she will play in the next "Star Wars" installment's storyline. Standing at 6-inches tall, they're the most detailed and articulated Star Wars figures that you can both easily get your hands on and won't cost you an arm and a leg. Toys " R " Us will sell a Black Series Admiral Ackbar and First Order Officer two-pack for $39.99.
Plenty of new toys will hit shelves on Force Friday.
The BB-9E toy ($149) will go on sale midnight Friday, along with a mini robotic version of R2-D2 ($179). Star Wars always does a fantastic job at keeping us guessing while not spoiling and plot elements.
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Like when they both are standing there, he likes to imitate her now so she's crying, then he'll just start fake crying. We have no desire to repeat ourselves or reference anything she has done previously", he told People .
Walmart will allow fans to become inventors during their tech demonstrations. On its website, Apple has outlined a handful of different Star Wars-themed events it will be hosting for free in its retail stores over in the coming week...
Books-A-Million will host a special party on Friday from 4-6 p.m. with activities, cosplay events and more. Expect games, activities, cosplay events and more. The app is already live, although the full roster of characters won't be available until Force Friday. See the official Star Wars website for the complete list of retailers.
The latest "Star Wars" movies have no doubt been good at bringing people to the theater, but is the Force strong enough to draw fans back to stores for Lucasfilm merchandise. again?
Any high-tech Star Wars toys?