Today, among other things, we have a little Star Wars reference on Hawaii Five-O's season premiere, some more Blu-ray-related links, Ewoks in Sequoia National Park, and a fun Star Wars Mimobot video. Oh, and Daniel Radcliffe has never seen the OT.
A short Star Wars reference popped up in the season two premiere of the CBS show Hawaii Five-O. While arguing about the merits of a lead upon which the Five-O team may follow up, "Danno" isn't confident that they have the correct info...
Just after the 18:00 mark: Detective Sgt. Danny Williams (Scott Caan): "...Unless Master Yoda can send telepathic messages that the rest of us can not hear."
Medical Examiner Max Bergman (Masi Oka): "Actually, Yoda technically didn't have telepathic powers."
Japan looks to have had one of the coolest promotions pumping up the release of Star Wars: The Complete Saga through the use of lightsaber handrails in train cars. Awesome! Click here for details and a link to more images at the Official SW.com Blog.
And speaking of the Blu-rays, ReviewCenter.com is offering up a chance for fans in the UK to win a copy of Star Wars: The Complete Saga. Click here for details on the competition that runs until midnight on September 30th.
BoingBoing.net introduces us to Craig Smith's soldering gun that he crafted by using a Han Solo collectible blaster. (Thanks Jay!)
Father-of-the-year Anthony Herrera went to some extreme computerized lengths to help preserve the myth that Ewoks apparently reside in Sequoia National Park. Click here for details at Gizmodo.com. (Thanks Jay!)
A Star Wars theme was used in creating the fun WebPageFX infographic depicting the "App Store Wars." Check it out at PCMag.com.
Apparently Harry Potter himself, Daniel Radcliffe, has never seen the original Star Wars trilogy, though he did see The Phantom Menace when he was 10. He also aserts that Harry Potter is this generation's Star Wars and that Harry Potter is more female friendly. Let's face it, the franchises are different enough to embrace each other's creativity so cheers to both sagas. Click here for the full read at WPTZ.com.
TheEscpistMagazine.com shines their spotlight on the cute Star Wars art of Etsy seller The Octopus Tree House.
Mimoco has a fun way of promoting their Star Wars Mimobot Series 7 with a video of Jabba's Palace...