is currently the biggest movie in this or any galaxy, and, with only a few days left to Christmas (or The Last Jedi Life Day), all you procrastinators have just enough time to get a special something for the Force fanatic in your life. Whatever the budget, we’ve got you covered with a guide to -themed items ranging from inexpensive stocking stuffers ( Star Wars Last Jedi Band-Aids, anyone?) to wallet-busting super-fan apparel (Han Solo’s Hoth jacket is a mere $400) that can still make it under the tree in time.
A range of movie-based characters are perfect to accessorize the old
tannebaum. We found a relatively inexpensive selection of these Hallmark ornaments at ThinkGeek.com for $7 to $15.
Kelly Marie Tran’s character is
Last Jedi‘s biggest breakout; this $7.99 version, in Hasbro’s classic 3.75-inch scale, is perfectly pocket-sized.
As part of “The Journey to
The Last Jedi” line from various publishers, Marvel has two limited-edition series. The four-part Captain Phasma shows how the chrometrooper escaped Starkiller Base and rendezvoused with the First Order; it’s available now in stores or digitally. Meanwhile, the one-shot Storms of Crait (out 12/27) shows how Luke and Leia first encountered the mineral planet, site of a major battle in Last Jedi, years earlier.
Show up to a holiday party in style with these $65 beauts via Cufflinks.com.
Philips Norelco’s limited-edition shavers take their design cues from R2-D2, Stormtroopers, Poe Dameron’s X-wing, and Kylo Ren, and range from $50 to $250 at Phillips.com and other major retailers.
You can never go wrong with any of the
Star Wars Lego models, but Kylo Ren’s new TIE fighter ($80) is pretty slick. There are other Last Jedi sets ranging in size and price from about $10 to $150 at most retailers.
Random House has a trio of ‘Journey to
The Last Jedi‘ stories. Phasma tells the backstory of the First Order enforcer. Canto Bight is a collection of four novellas about characters on the planet’s casinos. And Cobalt Squadron helps fill in the history of breakout character Rose Tico. Each is available in mutliple flavors: traditional hardcover, e-reader, or audiobook — with Rose herself, Kelly Marie Tran, narrating Cobalt Squadron!
Sphero, which scored big with its smartphone-controlled, interactive BB-8 robot last year, is back with two new additions: the First Order ball droid BB-9E for fans of the Dark Side, and the galaxy’s greatest astromech, R2-D2, for would-be Resistance fighters. Both can be found for about $120.
There’s no better way to drink a bantha milk smoothie than this $20 Disney Store mug.
Hasbro’s ultra-detailed, fully accessorized deluxe 6-inch figures of
The Last Jedi heroes and villains can be found at most toy stores for $15-$20 each.
Be it a porg bite or a lightsaber scratch, these adhesive bandages will help cure what ails you
— and make the perfect novelty gift.
Written by Lucasfilm’s Pablo Hidalgo, DK’s just-released tome catalogs all the planets, characters, vehicles, weapons, and creatures in the film.
Funko has dozens of new Pop! vinyl figures in the $7-10 range dedicated to
The Last Jedi, but this one’s gotta be the cutest.
This amazing $100 set from littleBits allows gearheads of all ages to assemble their own astromech using basic circuit boards, electronics, and Lucasfilm-authorized effects.
What better to stuff a stocking than a
Star Wars sock? Stance.com has every flavor you can imagine for $20 per set.
DK’s intricately illustrated book provides detailed breakdowns of all the new vehicles in ‘The Last Jedi,’ including ski-speeders, TIE Silencer, and AT-M6 walkers.
Recreate the battle on Crait with Mattel’s line of
Last Jedi vehicles.
Abrams offers this lavishly illustrated coffee-table book collecting concept art, storyboards, and costume sketches tracing the evolution of the film from Rian Johnson’s initial screenplay to the screen.
Terez.com offers a variety of $50 leggings.
Among the myriad plush porgs out there, we present this huggable 9-inch version, available for $15 from DisneyStore.com.
Hunt down the Resistance with this Nerf shooter, one of several
Last Jedi models widely available at toy stores.
These limited-edition $400 jackets are based on the original Lucasfilm designs for the Hoth scenes in Empire Strikes Back and are available via Columbia.com.