13 Annoyingly Ubiquitous Foods and Drinks, And The Movies And Celebrities We Have To Thank For Them
Ah, the power of the movies! We’ve all seen how a movie can make something famous, whether it’s a fashion trend, a catchphrase, or a food or drink. In this list, we’ll take a look at some of the most iconic movie-inspired drinks and snacks that have become popular over the years.
From classic films like The Big Lebowski and Ghostbusters to modern hits like The Avengers and Twilight, these drinks and snacks have become part of our culture. They’ve been featured in movies, TV shows, and even video games.
From The Dude’s White Russian to the Sully cocktail, from Popeye’s spinach to the Ghostbusters’ Murricane, and from the Cosmopolitan to Wensleydale cheese, these are the drinks and dishes that were made famous (or created in the first place) by movies, TV shows, and celebs. So grab your favorite beverage and/or food, sit back, and enjoy this list of movie-inspired drinks and snacks.
LGBTQ+ community cheers for Negroni Sbagliato.
Vesper Martini: shaken, not stirred.
MGM, Columbia Pictures, Eon Productions
Shawarma: The Avengers’ unexpected gift to the world.
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The Dude’s favorite drink.
Working Title Films
Reese’s Pieces: A sweet success.
Celebrating a landing with a cocktail.
Warner Bros. Pictures,
Popeye: Spinach salesman extraordinaire.
King Features Syndicate
Wensleydale: famous at last.
Vampires spark mushroom ravioli craze.
Bourbon, watermelon, elderflower: the 'Ghostbusters' cocktail.
‘Sex and the City’s signature drink.
The Red-Eye: Tom Cruise’s legacy.
Buena Vista Pictures,
Cooking up trouble.
Sony Pictures Television,