The Millennium Falcon drone introduced by Disney is one of the toys taking off after Thursday's "Star Wars: Global Unboxing Livestream" as science fiction fans geek out with excitement.
With the long awaited movie "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hitting theaters in December, the introduction of the flying Millennium Falcon really pumped up fans at the Fax Expo Canada in Toronto, said Mashable
"We weren't going to pay much interest (to the livestream), but two items in particular have grabbed our attention: a remote-controlled Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Starfighter," wrote Nick Summers of Engadget.com
"With minimal assembly, you'll be able to launch and fly both of these legendary spacecraft in your living room, pestering family members or reliving the final battle from 'Return of the Jedi.'"
The Millennium Falcon will cost fans $109.99 while the X-Wing Starfighter will set stormtroopers and others back another $69.99, according to Gizmodo.com
. Both are recreated by Air Hog, a remote control device manufacturer.
All four hours of the 'Star Wars' toys unboxing are on YouTube
The force appears to be strong with Disney marketing, and the Millennium Falcon drone looks like their biggest hit, judging from the response on social media.
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