Star Wars

Artist Katie Ashton puts the final touch to Yodaís Madame Tussauds wax figure in an atmospheric recreation of his Dagobah swamp scene Madame Tussauds London have announced a new multi-million pound Star Wars experience in collaboration with Disney UK & Ireland and Lucasfilm. Revealed today were the first wax figure, Jedi Master Yoda, and the first of 11 immersive, walk-in scenes - an atmospheric recreation of Yodaís Dagobah swamp. The attraction confirmed that the 11 scenes will bring to life iconic moments from Star Wars 1-6 and feature 16 favourite heroes and villains. For further information please contact Amy Sadler, Amy Williams or Claudia Parker at freerange communications ñ, 0207 402 9966 PR Handout - Free to use as editorial content only in connection with stories related to this release.  © Mikael Buck

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Artist Katie Ashton puts the finishing touches to the wax figure of Yoda as part of a new Star Wars experience at Madame Tussauds in London. The collaboration with Disney UK & Ireland and Lucasfilm will feature 11 walk-in scenes that will bring iconic moments from Star Wars films to life and feature 16 heroes and villains. 

Guests pose with a bronze statue of "Yoda" a charactor from "Star Wars" after it was unveiled at the opening ceremony of the "Sandcrawler" building, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014 in Singapore. The "Sandcrawler" building, aptly named due to its resemblance to a large vehicle featured in the original "Star Wars" film, is home to the regional headquarters for Lucasfilm Singapore, The Walt Disney Company (South East Asia) and ESPN Asia Pacific.

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A bronze statue of the Star Wars character Yoda is unveiled on Thursday at the opening ceremony of the Sandcrawler building in Singapore. Yoda, is the grand master of the Jedi Order in George Lucas’s films. George Lucas, director of the Star Wars movies, is to base the regional headquarters for his company Lucasfilm at the Sandcrawler building, which resembles the huge mobile fortresses featured in films