millennium falcon

Star Wars Fan Builds A Docking Bay For His Millennium Falcon

Why yes, that is a LEGO Millennium Falcon perched inside a diorama of Docking Bay 327, the scene of Obi-Wan and Darth Vader’s battle. It was created by German builder David Wagner and measures an impressive 90cm x 100cm. The project required roughly 10,500 bricks, four months, and 1,000 € to complete.


The Lego Millennium Falcon 2011 Time-Lapse

This video — made by Joe Coulston — may not be as spectacular as the time-lapse video for the 5195 pieces of the special edition Falcon, but I can’t resist a good Lego stop-motion clip.



Huge Millennium Falcon Play Fort For A Kid And His Wookiee

I wish I had this Millennium Falcon – with a solar-powered illuminated interior and exterior – as the top of my backyard fort when I was a kid. But then again, I never had a fort or a backyard back then.


Form 2 Sex Toy Vs Millennium Falcon

When it was announced, I said that the Form 2 sex toy looks like a Millennium Falcon. Manufacturer JimmyJane wrote saying that they agree, which is why they created this side-to-side comparison between the Form 2 and Han Solo’s ship.



Hyperspace Dreams

Things one should not say while engaged in romantic duties in a Millennium Falcon bed: “She may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid. I’ve made a lot of special modifications myself.”


Millennium Falcon Cufflinks

Whoever created these $US22 polymer clay Millennium Falcon cufflinks forgot a simple fact: People who buy Star Wars merchandise rarely wear anything else but t-shirts or fake Imperial Stormtrooper plastic armours. [Etsy via Geeky Gadget]


Stop Action Lego Millenium Falcon Build Proves Why The Internet Is Awesome

After you watch this stop-action film of a Lego Millenium Falcon construction by Paul Romein and Greg Radzimowsky, close your eyes and imagine what your life would be like without the Internet. For a start, you would never have had the opportunity to watch this little film. In fact, Paul and Greg probably wouldn’t have even bothered to make it, instead opting to just make the Lego starship and run around the area pretending to fly it without a camera. There’d also be no Gizmodo, which would mean I’d probably be unemployed, spending my days thinking about making a stop action Lego movie myself, but for the fact that without the Internet, I’d have no real way to share it with the world. And in the end, that’s what really makes the Internet so awesome, isn’t it?

[via MAKE]


Millennium Falcon Sled is as Close as You'll Ever Get to the Real Thing

You may never fly the Millennium Falcon with a Wookie by your side, but at least you can fly down a hill on a rough approximation of the famous ship. That’s still pretty good.