A few months back Entertainment Weekly printed an article displaying images from the first “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer which were made to look like old-timey “Star Wars” Topps trading cards from years back.
A couple of true “Star Wars” fans have taken the Quadcopter concept to an entirely different level. Thanks to Olivier C and Adam Woodworth, we now have a working version of the Millennium Falcon, a TIE Interceptor, Boba Fett’s Slave 1, a Star Destroyer, a snow speeder, and a speeder bike.
A very clever “Star Wars” fan has turned his Quadcopter Drone into a a ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. And we all know that ship is the Millennium Falcon. One of these days I would love to get a Quadcopter, but after seeing this, I don’t think any regular Quadcopter would do now.
Who would think that something as innocent as Play-Doh would undergo the wrath of parents? I loved Play-Doh as a kid. I still have Play-Doh as an adult. Play-Doh is fun. But according to some parents now, Play-Doh is just a little too sexy.
It seems Marvel aims to tease the audience with more than a trailer for its soon to be released film “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” The first ten minutes of the film just popped up online.