If you’ve ever wanted to reach into your screen and grab the food, you’ll be glad to know that we’re one step closer to making it a reality. Even though Taste-o-Vision hasn’t been invented yet, you can buy some of the grub featured in films and chow down during your next movie night.
From Harry Potter’s gross-out jelly bean flavors to visionary Pepsi in a differently shaped bottle than previously fathomable, check out seven movie foods and drinks you can actually eat.
1. Back to the Future Part II’s Pepsi Perfect
photo via: Pepsi
Unfortunately this bottle of Pepsi won’t be delivered to you on demand in a futuristic tube, but you can buy one of the 6500 limited-edition bottles on Oct. 21, 2015 — the date that Marty McFly travels to in Back to the Future Part II — for $20.15.
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You read the series of novels, and have strong opinions about the actors portraying the characters in the movie version. You were first in line to see the midnight showing, and you’ve seen it innumerable times since. You have heated online debates about what the writer/director got right and wrong and — not that you would ever tell your friends this, but — you may have even written a little fan fiction yourself.
We get it. You’re a fan. Or are you? How can you call yourself a fan if you’ve yet to recreate your favorite character’s most treasured childhood meal, or feast upon the bounty that was consumed after the pivotal post-battle celebration? If you’ve never invited your equally-obsessed friends over for a themed potluck, well then, we can’t confirm that you’re much of a fan at all, can we?
Not to worry, though, as we’ve whipped up a list of our favorite cookbooks based upon fantasy or sci-fi so that even the greatest nerds among us can up their obsession status. Though we do suggest you still keep that fan fic buried deep in the wardrobe that is your computer.
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When Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows premiered last night, there was plenty of magic in the air. But most impressive of all may have been the wizardry behind the Ace of Cakes crew’s latest intricate concoction.
Chef Duff Goldman and his Charm City Cakes gang crafted a half-battered, wholly amazing replica of Hogwartz for the premiere, replete with lighting effects and all.
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