Luke Skywalker may have defeated the Empire at the end of Return of the Jedi, but the First Order is keeping their evil ethos alive in the new Star Wars movies, and they're also embracing the Empire's imposing aesthetic.
On the night, the Disney Store will have exclusive giveaways, competitions and first-look product demos, so you could even come dressed as your favourite Star Wars character if you wanted. Maybe if fans get all these cuties together, they can solve the Galactic crisis in no time! With all the different ways to commemorate Force Friday, it'll be all too easy to be a part of the celebration.
The Posh Paws Star Wars toy range is priced between £5.99 and £34.99, and is available from September - December in Sainsbury's, Argos, Hamley's, Harrods, Toys R Us, Amazon & Debenhams.
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From September 1 through 3, fans can pull up the game in the Star Wars app on their phones and use it to discover clues about the new movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The app is already live, although the full roster of characters won't be available until Force Friday.
In case that wasn't enough, several Journey to The Last Jedi novels will be released on Force Friday, including Leia: Princess of Alderaan by Claudia Grey, and Phasma by Delilah S. Dawson.
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The list is massive, especially in the USA where everyone from Build-a-Bear to Walmart is getting in on the Star Wars action.
The inspiring new video, set to Sia's "Unstoppable", spotlights female Star Wars fans of all ages, from spot-on Rey cosplayers to little girls with serious lightsaber skills. In the United Kingdom it's Argos (online), HMV, LEGO, Hamleys, John Lewis, Smyths, Toys'R'Us and the Disney Store.