The Morning Watch: 'Black Panther' Costume Design, Life-Size Millennium Falcon Cockpit Build & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, see how some fans built a life-size Millennium Falcon cockpit in his garage. Plus, watch the Black Panther costume designer provide an in-depth breakdown of the various, and check out Amy Schumer behind the scenes of Saturday Night Live before she hosts the show for a second time this weekend.

Black Panther is available now for purchase on digital download, and the Blu-ray and DVD coming next week. But you don't have to buy the film to get some insight into the making of the Marvel Studios franchise. Costume designer Ruth Carter sat down for a special edition of Vanity Fair's Notes on a Scene series to breakdown her work on the unique wardrobe for the movie that is rich with African culture.

Next up, find out about how and why Greg Dietrich, Jake Polatty and a group of other Star Wars fans decided to build their own life-size Millennium Falcon cockpit in a garage, complete with lights, switches, beeps and all the perfect touches to make any fan satisfied. It's quite the impressive build, as you can see in this Wired video.

Finally, Amy Schumer is hosting Saturday Night Live for her second time this weekend, so she knows all the fun facts and information from behind the scenes at Studio 8H. Go on a tour with her as she gives completely accurate information about the NBC location. Stay tuned for our review of the episode this weekend.