Posted by Jay on April 9, 2015 at 11:00 AM CST
Celebration offers life-sized props again this year, which is sure to delight fans of all ages. The biggest, and baddest, of these is Roxy the Rancor.

Roxy the Rancor, the one-of-a-kind life-size replica of Jabba the Hutt's favorite pet, is making her west coast debut at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim this month! Sculpted by Pizzazz Scenic from nearly 2,000 cubic feet of expanded polystyrene foam for Star Wars Celebration VI in 2012, Roxy weighs in at about 700-pounds and measures 17 feet long by 13 feet tall. Roxy is currently on her "2015 Unchained Tour" and will be on the exhibit floor all four days of Celebration as she eats &em-dash;er, GREETS Star Wars fans of all ages complete with props and sound effects that bring her to life. Rumor has it that she will surprise fans this year with something new!

Other props that have been on display before include the Millennium Falcon lounge, the med station of the Rebel Base including the Bacta tank, A TIE Interceptor, speeder bikes, a portion of the cantina, and a Snowspeeder. What will be on display this year? Only time will tell!

You can be sure to stay up-to-date with the most recent news at and, plus help plan your trip at the Rebelscum Celebration Survival Guide.
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