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When it comes to setting up a holiday dinner table, why not make it more festive by incorporating Star Wars! Flavored butter can be made to be savory or sweet. Pumpkin Spice and Cranberry orange butters are warm and seasonal and taste great with breads and scones. Garlic Herb and Sriracha Lime have a kick that goes well with crackers and sandwiches made of leftovers.
By shaping them into stormtrooper helmets the butter becomes a unique and fun way to add Star Wars to your traditional holiday meal.
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News broke today, via MakingStarWars.net, that “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will be rated PG-13. The site has documents of the official rating from FilmRatings.com. The rating designation is for for sci-fi action violence.
A Star Wars convention in Manchester will include a pop-up bar inspired by locations from the film series that aims to transport fans to a galaxy far far away.
As reported by the Manchester Evening News, the bar at an exhibition centre in Trafford Park forms part of the For The Love Of The Force convention.
Named the Cantina bar, the space will serve blue “bantha milk” cocktails, which Luke Skywalker first drinks in Star Wars Episode IV.
In the films blue milk could be found on most planets across the galaxy and was known for being rich, refreshing and sweet. The Cantina cocktail is made with Irish Meadow Country Cream, Red Square Vodka and a dash of blue food colouring.
Other cocktails on pour will be Wookie Juice, featuring Red Square Sloe Vodka, lemon juice and sugar syrup; a Princess Punch made with vodka, elderflower cordial, lemon juice and soda; and Jam Jar Binks, which blends Red Square Toffee Vodka with apple schnapps and lemon juice.
The bar features an Ewok village, Yoda’s Dagobah swamp and Jabba The Hutt’s palace complete with an eight-foot model of the slug-like creature.
Before the convention kicks off in December, the bar, which boasts a full size replica of the X-wing Starfighter, will host a series of events to whet attendees appetites.
Manager of the convention Andy Kleek hopes the cocktail bar will become a permanent fixture if it proves a success. For The Love Of The Force takes place at the Manchester Bowler’s Exhibition Centre on December 4-6.
The episode featured a “Star Wars”-themed version of “Liewitness News” and a pre-recorded segment with Harrison Ford and Chewbacca. Ford, who didn’t appear in studio, revisited an older Kimmel bit that revealed Chewie had stolen Ford’s wife.
This time around, a despondent Chewie appeared ready to end it all on the ledge of Kimmel’s Hollywood studio building, and Ford didn’t want to coax him down — until a flashback set to Adele’s “Hello” helped Ford remember the good times he shared with the walking carpet.
“Go to him!” Kimmel pleaded. “Go to your friend!” Together, Ford and Chewie then hugged it out on the roof.
During an interview, Kimmel asked Abrams the one question every fan wanted to know: what the hell did the finale of “Lost” mean? “They’re in purgatory, right?!” Kimmel pleaded with Abrams, who in addition to co-writing, directing, and producing the latest “Star Wars” film, also co-created “Lost.”
Abrams, a life-long “Star Wars” fan, admitted he originally turned down the offer to direct “The Force Awakens” when Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy approached him. The director said his wife helped him see that if he didn’t take the job he’d “regret it for the rest of my life.”
“And if it goes poorly, you will regret it for the rest of your life,” Kimmel said. “This is true,” Abrams said.
Abrams also made news by revealing, to much fanfare, the first spoken word of The Force Awakens: “This.”
The cast discussed the secrecy of filming the film, with Boyega joking he locked himself in a basement until he discovered he’d been hired. The first person he told was his agent, and the second, his dad. “Oh my God!” said Boyega, imitating his dad’s Nigerian accent. “You are in Star Wars?! That is fantastic! I knew it! What is Star Wars?”
Driver said he didn’t even tell his wife that he was cast in the film.
Daisy Ridley is a relative unknown, and she said “it’s been a process” getting used to being in what will be one of the biggest movies of all time. “Obviously, I’ve never had anyone going, ‘Can you sign a picture?’ of me. So that’s to get used to. But I’m just obviously pleased to be a part of the film and everything else that comes is cool.”
Fisher, who appeared via hologram in an earlier bit, told Kimmel she didn’t have to watch the old films to help her reprise her iconic character Leia Organa. She did joke that she does it nightly anyway, to “feel bad about how badly I’ve aged…it puts me to sleep.”
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” officially opens Dec. 18, and will be released by Disney, the parent company of ABC News.
We get another look into Sabine’s mysterious past with the arrival of a new bounty hunter in “Blood Sisters”. Joining Jason & Jimmy to discuss this season two episode of STAR WARS REBELS is artist/entrepreneur Kevin Liell (Norse Legion). Listen in to see if what we thought of this episode, our speculations on what happened in Sabine’s past, and how this will effect the character moving forward. Plus, Liell tells us all about his experience meeting J.J. Abrams at the Art Awakens art show in Hollywood.
This will be a day long remembered. Today, Empire reveals our six Star Wars: The Force Awakens covers of such lethal cunning, even we can hardly contain our own nerdy excitement.
Luminous beings are these covers, too: as fantastic as these look here, they’re even better in the flesh, making use of dazzling lenticular 3D technology.
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