We saved the best for last. The surprise hit of the show was the unannounced The Mandalorian Experience exhibit. This exhibit was revealed at the opening day Lucasfilm’s Studio Showcase panel and features props and set pieces from The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. This wasn’t just any display, it was incredibly immersive and impressive how much they brought in to showcase. Click through to see our massive gallery and walk-through video of the exhibit!
Star Wars Celebration Anaheim has officially ended. Click through for a look at our final day roaming the floor and capturing the costumes and fun. We have a few more random galleries to post, but for now… sleep…. travel… sleep some more. See you in a few days!
There was plenty to do on the showroom floor at this year’s Celebration. Here’s a look at some of the fun custom props and photo ops from around the convention center floor.
Click through for a look at the creative costumes and fun activities from day 3 at Celebration Anaheim!
Day 2 at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim is in the books! Click through for a look at costumes and events from the convention floor!
We’ve wrapped up our first day at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim. It was a stellar day that included lots of trailers, a live performance by John Williams, a red carpet premiere, and of course lots of SWAG trading! Click through for our gallery featuring costuming and festivities from the first day around the convention!
Star Wars Celebration officially starts tomorrow bright and early, but we are checking out the preparations on the showroom floor tonight. Click through for some fun preview photos as everyone scrambles to get their booths set up and ready to go!
It’s nearly time again for another Star Wars Celebration. I will be heading west tomorrow morning to begin JTA’s coverage. I will be working some shifts at the Kentucky Star Wars Collector Club booth (booth 2682) at various times throughout the event while doing JTA coverage, so be sure to stop by and say hi!
I’ve put together a portal page for all of the upcoming galleries to be collected in one place once they are posted. You can find a quick link graphic in the top right corner of our page for easy access. I will compile the day’s galleries each evening on that page, but you can also keep an eye on the front page for the real-time gallery uploads throughout each day.
Safe travels to everyone attending, and May the Force Be With You!
For those attending Star Wars Celebration next month here’s another patch set you can hunt down. Various attendees (including myself) will have pieces of a 12-back themed patch set, including a few chase pieces. Click through for the full breakdown of who will have what patch (You can look for me for the Luke Skywalker patch).
If you are part of a group hosting a giveaway, feel free to send me the details and I will share them with our community!
The Toy Association teased moving Toy Fair to the fall starting next year, and now we have official dates. Toy Fair New York will be taking place September 30-October 3, 2023. Click through for the full press release.
As of right now Star Wars Celebration Anaheim is still on for this May, and Gus Lopez has announced details on this Celebration’s Star Wars Celebration Collecting Track. Click through for the latest news…
Star Wars is celebrating a little earlier next year. Previously slated for August of 2022, Celebration Anaheim will now be held from May 26-29. Get the full details, including some information for current ticket holders, over at the Official Site.
The Toy Association officially canceled their already delayed Toy Fair 2021 plans. You can now set your sites on February 19-22, 2022 for the next official New York Toy Fair. Read the full statement here.
Star Wars Celebration might have been canceled this year, but it looks like some of the planned exclusives are still going forward. StarWars.com gives us a look at some of the exclusives (soon to be available) from Diamond Select Toys, Kotobukiya, and more. Click here for the full article.
Also of note, you can now visit (and order from) the Star Wars Celebration store featuring what would have been available in Anaheim this past week.
It’s been expected, and it’s now official: Star Wars Celebration Anaheim is canceled. Star Wars Celebration has been rescheduled for Anaheim for August 18-21, 2022. Get the full details in the official press release below.
It’s been rumored for weeks now, and now it’s official. 2020’s San Diego Comic-Con is officially canceled. The Hill has the full story!
The official D23 website revealed several new events earlier today. Click through to learn what was announced!
If you go to SDCC don’t expect too many news about the upcoming Star Wars movie. It has been revealed today that there will be no The Rise of Skywalker panel at SDCC. JJ Abrams and crew will not be in San Diego. They thought of ways to top the The Force Awakens panel from 2015, but couldn’t figure out a way to achieve that. So instead, they will save everything for D23, which will take place August 23-25. The question now is if a new trailer will also be revealed during D23, it would make sense.
Star Wars Celebration Chicago may have ended, but we have a few more galleries to post for our coverage. Check out our trip to the Droid Builders room, always an amazing experience! Get the full gallery right here!
We are wrapping up things on the convention floor with our final costuming And convention gallery! Click through for a look at cosplay and events from the final day of Celebration Chicago.
It’s day 4 at Celebration Chicago and we are still going strong! Check out some of the amazing costumes, panels, and fun from today’s Celebration experience!
Well, I am not sure if Tom Kane is going to have a job after this. During an interview at Star Wars Celebration, he stated that for the last six years he’s voiced Admiral Ackbar. And he immediately explained his disdain for his character’s death in The Last Jedi. He said (paraphrased) “And I was not really thrilled how they blew him up outside of the ship. And I’m like who’s this Holdo woman? And nobody knows this. No one invested in this. Who is she? Why is she saving the fleet?” before the host interrupted him to change topics and looked nervously doing so. The host’s expression is classic. See the clip yourself before it gets edited out at the 3 hours 49-minutes mark of the live feed on YouTube.
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