Have you ever wanted to know what it would be like to be in a Star Wars movie? Well unfortunately J. J. Abrams isn’t looking for any extras, but you can still have your picture taken with fan-built props and sets. Star Wars Celebration will give fans the opportunity to step into the movies and pose and reenact scenes from the Star Wars universe. Fans around the world are crafting and building Star Wars sets down to the smallest details, and Celebration will have many of those life size props and sets on hand. Here are some of the sets you’ll be able visit while at Celebration.
Death Star Doors
Here is your chance to have that lightsaber battle or pose with your family in the Death Star. You can thank Michael Schramm and Project X1 UG out of Germany for making this 41’ x 12’ Star Wars set a reality:
Emperor’s Throne Room
Conversely, if you want to take charge of the Empire, you can do that, too. But be aware, you don’t want to get thrown down a shaft by Darth Vader. If you do, however, don’t blame Brian Hunter and the Canadian Garrison of the 501st Legion out of Canada; they built this particular set piece.
Endor Bunker with Speeder Bike
Only you have the chance to deactivate the Death Star shield. Just make sure an Ewok doesn’t steal the speeder bike and mess things up for you. Brian Hunter & co. are again responsible for this set from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
Millennium Falcon Lounge (A New Hope)
Get ready for a game of Dejarik or practice using the Force in this set from Star Wars: A New Hope. The Belgian Prop Crew out of Belgium crafted this 30′ x 30′ set.
Millennium Falcon Lounge (Solo: A Star Wars Story)
Hang out in the Falcon when it looked brand new straight from the Corellian Freighter lot. The Belgian Prop Crew is also responsible for this Solo: A Star Wars Story 30’ x 40’ set.
This 26’ x 26’ Tie Fighter was built by Michael Schramm and Project X1 UG. If the Imperial Pilot is taking a coffee break, this might be your only opportunity to take it for a ride.
This is your chance to see how strong you are with the Force and see if you can lift the X-wing after your training with Master Yoda. Michael Schramm and Project X1 UG are the builders of this 40’ x 46’ X-wing.
Tantive IV Corridor
Get ready! You never know when Darth Vader will come through that door. This Star Wars set was also built by Brian Hunter and the Canadian Garrison of the 501st Legion out of Canada.
Rogue One Tank
If you are looking for a way to haul some Kyber Crystals out of Celebration this is your vehicle. This massive 40’ x 50” tank was built by Donald West (Veteran Garage Props) from the United States.
Star Wars Celebration is just around the corner and fans are getting excited. With the announcements of the special guests and attractions to have fun at, the Celebration news keeps pouring in. What are you most excited about for Star Wars Celebration? Lets us know by hitting us up on Twitter @thathashtagshow and myself @starwarsnerd574. Can’t wait to see you all at Celebration.