Holographic Stitch, Star Tours Cast Member Featured in New Limited Edition Disney-Star Wars Collectibles

Buried under extensive coverage of Star Wars at the International Toy Fair, StarWars.com recently brought us news of a couple of new exclusive limited edition releases coming soon to Disney Parks.

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Boba Fett Confronts Jedi Mickey in Official Artwork for 2010 Star Wars Weekends

Artwork for 2010 Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood StudiosThe official artwork for the 2010 Star Wars Weekends was released today on StarWars.com. Featuring Boba Fett taking on Jedi Mickey, the artwork does give credence to the speculation that the weekends’ festivities will be focused on bounty hunters.

What is known for certain about the special event, which takes place at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Fridays – Sundays from May 21 – June 13, is that it will pay respect to The Empire Strikes Back which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

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New Disney-Star Wars Collectible Puzzles to Debut in Parks this Month

Disney Star Wars PuzzleLater this month, Disney Parks Merchandise will debut a collection of four 200-piece jigsaw puzzles based on classic Star Wars posters. Each puzzle, measuring 9×13, features Disney-Star Wars merchandise previously sold in the parks and retails for $10.95

For more information and to see the other designs, visit the official Star Wars site.

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New Star Wars Theme Park Merchandise: R2-MK Astromech Droid Figure

Coming to a theme park galaxy near you in April is this Disney theme park exclusive merchandise featuring a two-pack of Jedi Mickey alongside his R2-MK astromech droid pal.

From Hasbro, the R2-MK action figure features red and yellow accents and — of course — his own pair of Mickey ears. Packaged with Jedi Mickey, the set will retail for $18.95.

For more photos and information, see StarWars.com

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Dates for Walt Disney World’s 2010 Star Wars Weekends Announced

On its official blog, Disney Parks has announced the dates for the 2010 Star Wars Weekends event to take place at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The dates are as follows: May 21 – 23, May 28 – 30, June 4 – 6 and June 11 – 13

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New Star Wars Themed Mr. Potatoheads to Disney Parks Coming Soon They Are

A short time from now in a Disney Park not so far, far away, you’ll come face to skin with these three new entries in the Star Wars-themed Mr. Potatoheads. Exclusive to the parks, you can pick take home Mashter Yoda, C-3PotatO and Chipbacca for $12.95 each.

Star Wars Potatoheads

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Star Wars Weekends Map and Schedule for Week #3 (June 5 – 7) Now Available

This weekend’s guests include Jeremy Bulloch, David Prowse and Matt Lanter in addition to hosts Jay Laga’aia and Ashley Eckstein.

Star Wars Weekends Map and Schedule June 5-7

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Lucasfilm’s Steve Sansweet to Offer Book Signing at Star Wars Weekends June 5-7

The Complete Star Wars EncyclopediaLucasfilm’s Head of Fan Relations and owner of the world’s largest private collection of Star Wars memorabilia, Steve Sansweet, will be appearing this weekend at Star Wars Weekends. Steve will be signing copies of his books, The Star Wars Vault and The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, both of which will be available for purchase for the signing. He’ll also be bringing along some special give-aways.

He’ll be signing at Wicket’s Warehouse on Friday, June 5 from 12:30 – 2:30 PM, on Saturday from 1:30 – 3:30 PM and on Sunday from 12:30 – 2:30 PM.

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Star Wars Weekends Map and Schedule For May 29-31, Video Blog From Weekend #1

Better late than never, eh? This weekend’s guests include Peter Mayhew and Matthew Wood in addition to hosts Jay Laga’aia and Ashley Eckstein.

Star Wars Weekends Map and Schedule May 29-31

In addition, StarWars.com has prepared a video blog highlighting the events of the first weekend. Good introduction to SWW in general.

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Lord Vader, You’ve Just Lost the Death Star, Now What? ‘I’m Going to Disney World!’

A poster promoting the appearance of Darth Vader at Walt Disney World in 1980. Courtesy of StarWars.comThe folks at StarWars.com have done some investigative journalism and have unearthed images and information about appearances Darth Vader made at Walt Disney World as far back as 1977, which came as a shock even to them.

Check out the article here.

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