I've never had a Stormtrooper check my ID before I could enter a bar — and, unless you've hung out in Mos Eisley, you probably haven't either.But that was the case on opening night at Dark Side Bar, a new Star Wars-inspired pop-up in the District that also opened locations in Lower Manhattan and inside Hollywood's historic Chinese Theatre this week.But the icing on the cake will surely be the eye-popping ship battles, with good and evil set to clash among the stars once more.It's been almost two years since the first Star Wars reboot, The Force Awakens, arrived and fans are desperate for more.
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The 154-second trailer features all the main stars of the 2015 film The Force Awakens - including Daisy Ridley as Rey, John Boyega as Finn, Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron and Adam Driver as Kylo Ren - back in swashbuckling action.
And it looks like villain Kylo Ren is more than ready to step into the Darth Vader-style destiny that awaits him.
Meanwhile Finn is seen battling Captain Phasma, played by Gwendoline Christie, and Kylo Ren is seen preparing to take down his own mother, Leia, in his fight for supremacy.
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The staff wore a variety of outfits: At one point, Darth Vader came moonwalking through the room, then posed for selfies with people by the bar.