PHOTOS: New Light-Up Star Wars Millennium Falcon Souvenir Popcorn Bucket Speeds Into Walt Disney World

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The infamous Star Wars-themed Millennium Falcon french fry bucket that arrived at Disneyland earlier this week is now at Walt Disney World! Except since this is Walt Disney World, it only holds popcorn, but it’s still pretty great. This rusty old popcorn bucket may not look like much, but she’s got it where it counts, kid.

The bucket is incredibly well-made and detailed, with the cockpit and all of the assorted hardware molded to perfection. See that satellite at the top? You can spin it for optimal signal.

The blue back thrusters actually light up, thanks to a tiny battery pack on the bottom.

The bucket is currently on display at Disney Springs.

You can find it at the Popcorn Stand near Food Truck Park in Disney Springs. It retails for $25, and qualifies for the same $2 refill deal as the other buckets.

It’s almost like you could fit fries in here.

The top half of the Millennium Falcon opens up for snacking or hiding things from the Empire.

It’s huge, but at least it comes with a Star Wars-themed strap, so you can half-awkwardly, half-proudly lug it around the parks.

If you go flying this YT-1300 Corellian light freighter around the park, we wouldn’t blame you.

Here’s a closer look at the battery pack that powers the light-up functions. You can turn the lights on or off using the tiny button cell adjacent to the battery compartment.

Make sure you punch it over to Disney Springs for one of these buckets before they’re gone like Alderaan.

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Ron Patterson
Ron Patterson
1 year ago

well I guess I’ll be spending 25.00 next week when we go

1 year ago

What? They are stuffing the Falcon full of pop corn? Has Disney lost their minds????? Is nothing sacred for Disney?