For the Swiss watchmaking industry, 2020 was not a great year. It was actually bad for everyone, obviously, but the hard times that fell on many as the coronavirus pandemic shut down entire industries inevitably put a dent in the luxury goods market in general. One casualty was the offbeat Romain Jerome (RJ) studio, famous for their sophisticated luxury mechanical timepieces often created with superhero tie-ins, like Spider-Man.
While there won’t be any episodes of The Mandalorian to look forward to for awhile, loyal Star Wars fanatics can still feel some form of excitement through the the purchasing of various staple items from the iconic franchise. After releasing the infamous Darksaber, Hasbro has now elected to launch the Captain Cardinal Helmet as seen on-screen via Armitage Hux’s personal guards.
When Jon Favreau said that The Mandalorian’s second season wouldn’t be stopped by the covid-19 pandemic that’s effectively brought Hollywood to its knees, he meant it. Continue reading The Mandalorian Season 2 Will Arrive Just in Time for Halloween
Adidas has collaborated with the Star Wars entertainment juggernaut to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back, which premiered in 1980. They’ve done it with a pair of Top Ten Hi sneaks inspired by infamous bounty hunter Boba Fett. Hell, these kicks look like they were stolen from Fett’s closet. Continue reading ADIDAS CELEBRATES 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK’ WITH BOBA FETT HIGH TOPS
It’s been a crazy few days for us Star Wars nerds. First we find out, in the latest trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story, that Chewbacca is 190 years old. And now we discover that O.G. Jedi Yoda is going to appear in Episode 9, set to warp into theaters in December, 2019. Continue reading RETURNING TO THE ‘STAR WARS’ UNIVERSE, YODA IS
Earlier this month, we got our long-awaited first trailer for the Han Solo Star Wars spinoff film, and it was actually pretty fine. Not the disaster some fans might have expected given the movie’s tumultuous production, just not the greatest trailer in the world. But it turns out there’s one way to make it pretty dang great: A bit of “Sabotage.”
With the help of the latest film in the iconic sci-fi franchise, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Disney’s Star Wars films have eclipsed $4 billion in worldwide ticket sales, according to The Hollywood Reporter.