Follow any recipe like a Jedi Master with this measuring cup set from ThinkGeek that looks like the "Star Wars" droid you're looking for.
When Chris Bartlett opened his garage door to repair his R2-D2 replica, he was shocked to find it stolen without a trace. No Jawas or Sith Lords are suspected.
Lucasfilm found the "Star Wars" droid makers they were looking for, and hired them. Meet the fans who are living the dream in a galaxy not so far away.
Two British Star Wars fans who make working astromech droids for fun were hired to make the 'real' R2 after their work was spotted at a show.
The plucky toy robot can track motion, and responds to voice commands in both English and Chinese.
Geek fashion goes overboard with a DIY R2-D2 bra that whistles, beeps, and flashes like a real droid.
R2-D2 expands his job description by hauling your gear on your next trip.
Beep boop: Did you know diamond-encrusted astromech droids are a girl's best friend?