These Star Wars Geeki Tikis are stylish mugs that combine geeky with tiki. Use them on the beach or at your backyard barbecue. You can choose from Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, R2-D2, a Stormtrooper, or Yoda. They are ceramic and so cute. Star Wars Geeki Tikis Drinkware Star Wars Geeki Tikis Officially-licensed Star Wars […]
Fans of the galaxy’s toughest bounty hunter are going to love this Star Wars Boba Fett Mini 3D Light. This cordless, battery operated mini light is awesome. This 3D light features a stylized illustration of your favorite Star Wars character. It is easy to install and uses LED bulbs that never get hot to the […]
Your browser does not support iframes. Peyton Manning is fast becoming the NFL's Boba Fett, rarely seen but immensely popular nonetheless. And now comes a report that the ex-QB-for-hire visited the Miami Dolphins... not to audition for...Show More Summary
Poor Captain Phasma, the Boba Fett of The Force Awakens. But where the movie itself failed to live up to Phasma’s incredible hype, this new goofy short from Lego at least gives her a bit more to do. Read more...
Peyton Manning is fast becoming the NFL's Boba Fett, rarely seen but immensely popular nonetheless. And now comes a report that the ex-QB-for-hire visited the Miami Dolphins... not to audition for a job, but to tutor the guy who's already...Show More Summary
This Star Wars Classic Soup Bowl Set will make soup time even more fun. Now you can dine in a galaxy far, far away. You get a set of 4 soup bowls that feature iconic black and white images of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Han Solo, and Chewbacca. Each bowl is made from […]
In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits: Mark Hamill talks about reading the screenplay for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The original role of Boba Fett is finally revealed. Mondo releases a cool C-3PO art print. Dave Filoni teases the return of a certain helmet on Star Wars Rebels. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Jon Spira and actors Garrick Hagon (Biggs) and Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett) talk with SPINOFF about the new documentary, fame and conventions.
Boba Fett has long been a favored character among Star Wars fans, and while the bounty hunter ostensibly met his end in the earliest scenes of Return of the Jedi, it turns out that scene wasn’t George Lucas’ original intention. Now, one of Lucasfilm’s earliest employees, who was there while the iconic space opera was... Show More Summary
LucasFilm's Craig Miller reveals the original plans for Boba Fett in Return of the Jedi and how they changed.
The bounty hunter had a big role to play in the follow-up to "Empire Strikes Back" -- before George Lucas changed his mind.
Ever wonder who envisioned the main bad guy of Star Wars: A New Hope? The Ralph McQuarrie Darth Vader Statue should give you a clue. In addition to creating the original looks for Boba Fett and Imperial stormtroopers, conceptual designer and illustrator Ralph McQuarrie also gave a select few their very first look at Darth […]
Popular Star Wars villain Boba Fett meets his end...
When George Lucas decided not to make a third trilogy, he "completely jettisoned" Episode VI's original storyline.
It’s a well-known story that George Lucas’ original treatment for Star Wars was much larger than the single film that was released in 1977. Lucas had created a much larger world very early on, but ended up making significant changes to it at the beginning since he wasn’t sure any other movies would ever be made. Show More Summary
If you want to thank someone for the fandom that is “May the Fourth Be with You,” the annual celebration of all things “Star Wars” that happens on May 4, then thank Craig Miller. An unofficial adviser and Lucasfilm’s first official fan...Show More Summary
The British actor Jeremy Bulloch opens up about his iconic performance as the bounty hunter Boba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back. May the 4th be with you.
While not an official holiday on the calendar, May 4 has become an adopted day of celebration for all things Star Wars (as in, May the Fourth be with you). Last year, we picked up some new information on the Boba Fett movie. This year, however, is anyone's guess. Show More Summary
Instagram user Anya Goy secured first place in a Star Wars-themed hairstyle contest organized by fellow Instagrammer LollypopLocks. The winning entry uses a very precise application of hair dye, designed to mimic the colors and design of Boba Fett's helmet.