Peter Mayhew, the man who played everyone’s favorite Wookie, Chewbacca, has opened his treasure chest to expose some very candid, intimate behind-the-scenes photographs of his time shooting the legendary Star Wars franchise. For fans of the epic sci-fi space opera (who isn’t), the photos illuminate a side of the production that few have ever seen. Images shot [...]


Last night the 2012 FIA Formula 1 Championship Series came to an official close with the FIA Prize-Giving Gala in Istanbul, where the F1 Champions were presented their hard-earned trophies. While much of the world watched enthralled as the season’s drama played out, America was only rekindling its love affair with the second most popular [...]


23 Sep
What happens when you free the biggest fanboy oeuvre of all time

Last year former Vimeo developer named Casey Pugh announced his project Star Wars Uncut. The idea was simple, but oh-so-grand in execution: break up Star Wars — the biggest and most untouchable fanboy epic of all time — into 15 second partitions and let sci-fi nerds from across the globe claim these chunks of immortal [...]


17 Sep
Super7 collabs with Lucasfilm on first Super Shogun toy in 25 years and releases 1970s commercial

UPDATE: Super7 just released a retro-flavored commercial for the Star Wars Stormtrooper Super Shogun we highlighted back in February, peep it below! As part of a collaboration between toy design studio Super7 and the great Lucas dynasty, it’s the first Super Shogun figure made in over twenty-five years and it’s all Star Wars, baby! This [...]


18 Feb
When Star Wars and furniture battle

There’s a lot to like about this table and lamp inspired by the AT-ATs from Empire Strikes Back. It’s pretty clear that we like AT-ATs and all things Star Wars no matter how ludicrous (tauntaun sleeping bag, anyone?), so this is a natural match. But what takes it one step further is that the design [...]


8 Feb
Behind the veil of the most famous ranch in film history

Have you ever wondered what George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch looks like? Have you heard stories about its fabled lands, and rumors that he owned a plot the size of Rhode Island just north of San Franciciso? Well play Phillip Bloom‘s visual still life of the property and see for yourself. Director of Photography/Cinematographer Bloom was [...]


17 Nov
The man, the myth, the genius and the megalomaniac

If you’re a fan of sci-fi or film in general, I highly recommend Dana Goodyear’s interview with James Cameron in the latest issue of the New Yorker. It’s an incredibly insightful, well written examination of one of America’s best auteur filmmakers, living or dead. (If you don’t think so, best be prepared for a heated [...]


If you read Lost In A Supermarket this past week, you’d think we’re a damn comic book movie website. Sorry about that. But in a year seeing the best films coming out of the Marvel, Dark Horse and DC archives, it’s kinda hard to ignore this trend. (Btw, what the hell’s happened to Hollywood? Can [...]

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