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Tag Archives: millennium falcon
Last week, rumors began circulating the internet that a Batmobile had been stolen from the set of Batman v. Superman. Why am I talking about this on a Disney blog? Because director, Zach Snyder tweeted out this picture with the … Continue reading
Galactic Dispatch 103432: Han Solo was on an extended vacation from the Galaxy Far Far Away after breaking his leg when the door of the Millennium Falcon fell unexpectedly. Chewie had no comment, but was heard to chuckle a bit. … Continue reading
Like in Star Wars, it might be claimed that the real star of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy are its space ships. The Milano is to Peter Quill as the Millennium Falcon is to Han Solo. It’s his trusty steed … Continue reading
JJ Abrams was notorious for the shroud of secrecy that surrounded his productions. The amazing lengths they went to hide actors, costumes, and sets in the Star Trek films actually did manage to keep much of what was in the … Continue reading