Gizmodo provides images af a super sweet LEGO Boba Fett costume created by reader Brad Methvin for his son.
George Lucas recently presented Pixar with the first ever lifetime achievement award at the Venice Film Festival. Click here to learn about the Lucas/Pixar connection that prompted his presentation. (Thanks Jimmy!)
Lightsabre will shortly be posting part 3 of their interview with Bryan Ono of eFx. In the meantime, you can head on over and catch up with parts 1 and 2. (Navigate to the interview section of the site)
If you enjoy Star Wars, LEGOs and chess, then you'll love the LEGO Star Wars chess set featured at Geek.com.
"The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences unveiled on Friday the 11 scientific and technical achievements that are under consideration for Sci-Tech Oscars. Lucasfilm's Industrial Light & Magic is the only company with two projects under consideration.
The Acad announces the list at this time of year so anyone who asserts that he has developed these or similar technologies can submit his claim to the org.
The most recognizable items on the list are enabling technologies for digital intermediate, which has revolutionized creative post-production (the specific credits are still TBD, per the Acad); and Lucasfilm's Imocap system for getting performance capture data under first-unit conditions (Lucasfilm Entertainment)."