In an attempt to wow J.J. Abrams and score some tickets to the premiere of "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens," two guys from Essex launched a model X-wing into space.
Wooden X-wing, standing by! New Zealand crafter Steve Coupe builds a "Star Wars" rocker that would impress even the likes of Yoda.
The mission may be like "trying to balance a rubber broomstick on your hand in the middle of a wind storm," but SpaceX could make rocket history. If it can get this rocket off the ground.
We can't decide what we're more excited about today: the Episode VII X-wing J.J. Abrams unveiled, or the Rickrolling remote. Just kidding. We're way more excited about the X-wing. Even Rick Astley is more excited about the new X-wing (probably).
We're geeking out today over a new way to capture motion, a funny way to Rickroll people, and the Episode VII X-wing fighter reveal. Also, a projection wearable, and your user feedback. Will the Rickroll ever die?
The director offers a peek at the X-wing fighter from the set of "Star Wars Episode VII" to promote the Force for Change campaign that raises money for UNICEF.
Chop vegetables knowing that your X-wing knife block could destroy the Death Star if need be.
Lego and Cartoon Network dazzle New York's iconic Times Square with a "Star Wars" X-Wing model that took 32 builders about four months to construct.
"Star Wars" comes alive in New York as the world's largest Lego sculpture -- all 5.3 million pieces -- debuts to an excited crowd as part of a promotion for the upcoming "Yoda Chronicles" animated TV show.
The Force is strong with this one. An elaborate X-wing fighter bunk bed has its own R2-D2, light-up control panels, and flat-screen TV.