Whether you are an official fanboy/fangirl or a casual pop culture consumer, there are various ways for you to celebrate Star Wars Day May 4th. Here are some ideas to help you make the most of the Geek Holiday.
Inspired by the words of Obi-Wan Kenobi; this is the guide you are looking for.
Enjoy the films. You can break out your Star Wars boxset or claim your free Disney+ trial. There are A LOT of movies. Here’s the full listing to help you navigate the roster:
- Original Trilogy
- Episode IV – A New Hope
- Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back
- Episode VI – Return of the Jedi
- Prequel Trilogy
- Episode I – The Phantom Menace
- Episode II – Attack of the Clones
- Episode III – Revenge of the Sith
- Sequel Trilogy
- Episode VII – The Force Awakens
- Episode VIII – The Last Jedi
- Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
- Animated Film, The Clone Wars
- Anthology Films
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- Solo: A Star Wars Story
In addition to this listing there’s animated series as well as made-for-tv Ewok Specials.
Various sources also dig into the details to show what order you should be watching in. Disney even created this graphic:
Get crafty. Pinterest and the Star Wars website have lots of ideas for you to make something Star Wars themed with items in your home. For example, these fun Mandalorian magnets!
All you need: bottle caps, paint, paper, glue, maybe a pair of googly eyes, and of course magnets! Most of that stuff is in your “junk drawer.”
Eat like a Jedi. Wampa Arm or Root Leaf Stew sound good to you? Well maybe not the “as seen on TV” version, but the modern take does look quite delicious:
Keeping true to the theme, you can wash all of that down with some “bantha” milk.
You can make your own by following the official Star Wars recipe here. Or, if you are in the Turner’s Dairy distribution area, purchase their blue milk from your local grocer!
May the force be with you this Star Wars Day!
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