While Star Wars fans may argue whether the original movies or the brand new ones are better, they can all get behind Disneyland's newest tribute to the sci-fi saga: An AT-AT popcorn bucket, modeled after the iconic walking tanks used by the Galactic Empire.
AT-ATs were featured in the classic Star Wars movie The Empire Strikes Back as well as the newer film Rogue One. In celebration of the newest addition to the cinematic universe, The Last Jedi, Disneyland has started selling the AT-AT popcorn bucket at their popcorn cart in Tomorrowland. The tank can also be put in different positions, as the legs will actually bend, the guns on the head will rotate, and the head itself will actually have some capability of movement, according to Reddit users that have already obtained the AT-AT popcorn bucket.
To be honest, though, these bulky tanks aren't the best way to transport popcorn. You get a neck strap to carry the AT-AT around, and the middle hatch opens up to place your popcorn container in. While it may be very clumsy to lug around like a heavy necklace, it would definitely look good at home as a movie-time centerpiece.
The collectible item can be purchased for $25 each, but only one can be purchased at a time. There's no current timetable as to for how long these will be available for, but snagging one of these early to bring to The Last Jedi on December 15th may not be such a bad idea.