Hunka Junk | Why Is There A Batmobile On The Millennium Falcon?

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Hunka Junk | Why Is There A Batmobile On The Millennium Falcon?

Curiouser and curiouser. Video appears online of a Tumbler Batmobile stuck to the bottom of the Millennium Falcon!

Presumably in response to Zack Snyder’s recent image of a Storm Trooper being detained following an alleged attempt to steal the new Batmobile from the set of Batman Vs. Superman, a rather fabulous video from JJ Abram’s Bad Robot production company showing close ups of the Millennium Falcon has appeared online. Again, presumably from the set recently filmed from the air by drone, the footage zooms in to reveal a Tumbler Batmobile carefully concealed upon the undercarriage of Han Solo’s ride.

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    September 18, 2014

    In the days of miniature effects they used to use different parts of model kits to create the detail of the model being built. This was called “kit bashing’. I guess this is the same thing on a much bigger scale!


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