A Tour Round the Millennium Falcon

A new viral ad for Hasbro’s Millennium Falcon toy features Chewbacca and Han Solo showing us round the most famous spaceship in the galaxy like hip-hop stars starring in MTV Cribs.

“What up. I’m Chewbecca,” starts the Wookie, outside the entrance to the Millennium Falcon, “This is my man Han. Y’all ready for the tour?” Inside their spaceship Chewy and Han play Dejarik until a young Star Wars fans starts flying the two and half foot toy without giving them a chance to strap in.

The Millennium Falcon is setting its sights on becoming the biggest toy this Christmas. This detailed replica of the rebel spaceship packs powerful secrets and special modifications – inside and out!

Measuring more that two-and-a-half feet long, the Millennium Falcon is ready to “blast off” into hyperdrive with light-up headlights and loads of electronic vehicle and weapon sounds, including engine boast, cruise mode, fly-by, firing cannons and much more!

The ship comes with Han Solo and Chewbacca figures and can fit up to 16 more inside its secret smuggling compartments, pivoting gunner station or missile-firing mini-fighter vehicle. You can remove the outer panels to access the ship’s interior with the medical bay and “treat” some wounded troops or enjoy a game of “Dejarik”.

Bring the Millennium Falcon to life by activating the deployment sounds and landing lights with the auto-opening boarding ramp. You can plan your attack against the Empire with a pivoting gunner station, rotating laser turret and 3-missile launcher, with plenty of realistic blasting sounds and projectiles to keep enemies at bay.

For those who want to practice their Force fighting skills, the interior has a pivoting training probe that makes lightsaber and movement sounds. Trigger more than 20 authentic movie phrases and sounds from the voices of Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, C-3PO, Chewbacca and R2-D2!

Star Wars Millennium Falcon: £149.99

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