10 Geeky Star Wars Things to Bring to the Theater
Watching Star Wars at the theater is much, much more than pure entertainment. It’s also a gathering to unite fans from all walks of life and an opportunity to wear the best Star Wars gear you’ve got. To mark the occasion of “Star Wars Episode I Phantom Menace” hitting theaters on Feb. 10 in 3D, here are Ten Geeky Star Wars Things you want to be seen with at the show.
First you’ll need a place to store your cash and ticket stubs, and what better place than in the Darth Maul Wallet? Darth Maul’s piercing eyes and red skin pretty much sum up his personality. Is he the devil’s fraternal twin brother? Their resemblance is uncanny.
The wallet is compact and easy to slip in the pocket, but if you’re planning to schlep more stuff to the theater it’s the R2-D2 Backpack that’s going to do the job right. Soft and utilitarian, the pack will serve as a good cushion as well.
The weather has been pulling tricks on us lately, having us think Spring is here. If rain is in the forecast for Friday, Star Wars Lightsaber Umbrellas will keep you dry.
Going to the show right after work? Star Wars Lightsaber Tie Clips will keep your tie in place throughout the day and will have you looking forward to what’s in store for you at night.
Taking the kids along? There’s Star Wars gear for them, too. They will want to flaunt Dueling Lightsaber Lighted Sneakers
Or perhaps they will check the time with a Lego Star Wars Watch with Mini Figure. Darth Maul, Anakin or Yoda? It’s hard to decide.
R2-D2 and C-3PO will be there to cover your arse (or help keep your pants from falling down) when they star as these 3D Metal Belt Buckles.
After all that popcorn and soda you’ll finish before the show even starts, you might want to freshen up with Star Wars Mints in your choice of Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, R2-D2 or the Death Star mint shapes and tins.
Sound effects and catchy dialogue are part of what make Star Wars so epic. While you’re waiting in line, you can entertain/annoy people by playing with the Yoda in Your Pocket Talking Keychain.
Princess Leia ruled the 80s but her hot mamma Amidala gets her own stint in Phantom Menace. Star Wars femme fatales can dress up as the warrior princesses of Star Wars.
May the force be with you as you make your way to the theater to enjoy the show in 3D.