star wars


Is that life-size R2-D2 fridge to rich for your blood? Not to worry. The R2-D2 or BB-8 Mini Fridge (pictured below) can chill the same amount of beer. It also has a warm setting.

Sure, it won’t bring beers to you like the life-size version, but it does cost about $8,830 less.

Check out the BB-8 fridge after the break…

sw cantina convention

Blue Milk cocktails will be among the alcoholic delights served in this recreation of the Star Wars Cantina during an independent, fan run Star Wars convention in London called For The Love of the Force taking place Dec 4-6.

“We have recreated this famous cantina in all its glory, with all the cantina creatures and band. We will be serving blue milk cocktails and alcohol to VIP ticket holders, standard ticket holders can pay extra on the day to visit the set.”

Other drinks include Bantha Milk, Wookiee Juice, Princess Punch, and Jam Jar Binks—but the best part is the environment. These folks have gone all out to create an authentic Star Wars cantina experience. The event will also include such attractions as Jabba’s Palace, an Ewok Village, a full-size X-Wing and AT-ST and more.

Check out more pics after the break…

princess chewbacca cake edit

When Sophie asked her mom Jamie for a Star Wars-themed birthday party, Jamie decided to take the cake to the next level. It’s what great geeky parents do. She notes:

My daughter wanted a Star Wars party, so I bought this Chewbacca doll hoping that I could find a bakery that would turn him into a barbie cake. Because he was a full size doll and not a kit, I was turned down several times.

That’s when Jamie’s friend Megan swooped in to save the day:

My amazing friend, Megan, came to the rescue and offered to make Chewy a beautiful cake dress. She nailed it!

Check out more pics after the break…

star wars ugly sweater mug

This Christmas is going to be all about Star Wars, so you might as well drink your spiked eggnog out of this.

Product Page ($14.50 $10.15)


Ooh…this is one clever quesadilla.

Head on over to Totally The Bomb for the complete recipe (then make this for dessert).

(via Buzzfeed)

han in carbonite

This time, Han isn’t the only one who gets frozen.

The annual Ice Sculpture Festival in Liège, Belgium is all about Star Wars until January 31, 2016.

This year’s festival is called Ice Star Wars and features the work of 30 artists from 12 different countries who transformed 500 tons of ice into Star Wars-themed sculptures in just four weeks.

Just make sure to bring your gloves and parka. The temperature inside the “ice box” is a balmy -21 degrees.

Check out pictures from Ice Star Wars after the break…

star wars disneyland treats

Earlier today we posted about Bantha Blue Milk Bread being served at Disneyland. It looked…questionable. That’s not the case with Darth By Chocolate, The Pastry Menace, and the BB-8 crisped rice treat that are also part of the Season Of The Force celebration.

These look amazing.

(via agentm)

bantha blue milk bread

Looks great doesn’t it?

Bantha Blue Milk Bread (French toast) is currently being sold in Disneyland for the Season Of The Force celebration (which officially starts on November 16th).

You might be wondering about the taste. In the following video, Guy Seiga gave Bantha Blue Milk Bread a try and discovered (*gasp*) that it’s just regular French toast with blue food coloring.

[click to continue…]


Star Wars is taking over General Mills cereal. New boxes of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Honey Nut Cheerios, Reese’s Puffs, Mini Trix and Walmart-exclusive boxes of Cookie Crisp will come with Star Wars-themed box art along with free “Droid Viewers” packed away inside. The Droid Viewers come in BB-8, C-3PO, R2-D2, the mouse droid, and the previously unseen B-U4D and PZ-4CO versions. Each will contain an image from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

There’s also a special, exclusive variant of BB-8 (with movie-accurate colors) that will be hidden away in specially-marked Cinnamon Toast Crunch boxes at Target!

Check out a pic of the exclusive BB-8 variant after the break…

[click to continue…]

bb8 cake

I’m an utter disaster in the kitchen, but if anyone with skills could make this adorable BB-8 cake and send it my house, I’d be ever so grateful.

This tasty droid is made using cake, ganache, fondant, modeling chocolate, and a few other things (like a drill) which make it sound like you’re building a real droid.

Check out the tutorial after the break.

[click to continue…]