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We've made it pretty clear that we want a lightsaber. While we're starting to get a bit impatient about actually receiving a real, workable one, we're still not tired of any lightsaber-related news.

Last night, to celebrate the Blu-ray release of the entire Star Wars saga, the BT tower in London was transformed into a giant lightsaber. The lights were turned on by none other than Anthony Daniels, aka C-3P0 while other characters were also in attendance.

You can see a video of the event below and more pictures after:

(Images: James Tarry)

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