So, was it a fake Sony account?
SonyPicsUK is the name of the real channel, not SonyPicturesUK. This was a poor attempt at faking the company's identity, probably thinking that the takedown procedure involves an actual person who is stupid enough to get fooled by a banner image, and a one of poor quality at that.
If you paid attention for the first few seconds of the movie you'd seen it was Paramount and not Sony that produced the movie. Sony Pictures didn't even exist back then, they started in -19 as Columbia Pictures and got it's new name in -91 after Sony bought it in -89.
Han Solo Carbonite Ice Cube Trays
After all, Tatooine is one hot place.
August 24, 2011
by Justin Rubio
Between its awesome MinceCraft gear and 8-Bit ties, ThinkGeek might as well have direct access to our bank accounts. The company is once again tapping into our balance with its new officially licensed Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite Ice Trays.
Each tray features six small Han Solo carbonite blocks and one large one. As expected, the ice trays are freezer safe, down to -40F. Should your sweet tooth take the best of you, the trays can be used with other liquids like chocolate.
The Star Wars Han Solo in Carbonite Ice Trays can be picked up from ThinkGeek.com for $9.99.