Star Wars Odd and Ends: Fan Makes a Han Solo Carbonite Fridge, Kylo Ren Stars in Outtake Video


Have you ever wanted your very own life-sized Han Solo frozen in carbonite sculpture? Did you ever wonder if there was more to those serious scenes with Kylo Ren in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Well, wonder no more…

As we impatiently await the 2016 Star Wars Celebration in London (July 15-17), we find ourselves combing through the darkest corners of the internet to find any kind of Star Wars content to keep one’s mind busy, until the Celebration starts.

Thanks to our scouring of even the more seedy cantinas on Reddit —  a place were you will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy, by the way — we’ve come across some rather neat Star Wars related content.

First up, YouTuber Auralnauts with one of the more hilarious spoofs on Star Wars: The Force Awakens that I’ve ever scene, called Kylo Ren Outtakes:

If you’re a fan of Game of Thrones and Star Wars, then you probably loved this video, because Kylo Ren, running around blaming Stannis for everything, is quite simply hilarious. And, the fact that Thrones star Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma), who plays Brienne of Tarth on that show and actually killed Stannis there, makes this video much more hilariously on point.

Next, and this is the cool part, a Redditor named norman posted pictures of a refrigerator that his friend had made him, in the exact replica of Han Solo in carbonite from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, & Return of the Jedi.

"Han in Carbonite Fridge!"

Wow, if only I had the skill or friends capable of making a fridge like that, I’d be a rich man. Star Wars fans would probably lineup in droves to buy this for their nerd-caves or collection-rooms.

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The Fridge might be a great appetite deterrent and diet control:  Imagine yourself sneaking into the fridge for a midnight snack, and seeing Han’s tortured face looking back at you. “Noooooooooooo chocolate cake tonight, Han!” It gives a whole new meaning to the Wilhelm scream.