Stuff Weekend: Watch Star Wars Rebels, break a Guinness World Record with Line, and listen to new Weezer

What’s better than a two-day weekend? A three-day weekend!
Stuff Weekend: Watch Star Wars Rebels, break a Guinness World Record with Line,

That’s one extra day you shouldn’t waste snoozing your alarm the whole day. Hit the town or be a couch potato and do any of what’s listed below.

Watch this now: Star Wars Rebels

Star Wars gets another animation treatment and the first under Disney's charge in this new series. All new characters in the form of the crazy crew of starship Ghost have to rise up against the evil Imperial forces that threaten to overwhelm the galaxy.

The premiere will be a one hour affair on Disney Channel (4 October at 11am) and Disney XD (5 October at 8am) before the series officially begin on 29 November, 12pm on Disney Channel and 30 November, 8.30am. 

Hear this now: Everything Will Be Alright in the End by Weezer

Haven’t listened to Weezer since you were 14? Maybe it’s time to start again. Their ninth studio album is a careful selection of a dozen or so from over 200 considerations. Drummer Patrick Wilson has described the sound as “bombastic, loose, kind of booming”. Get an earful of Cleopatra to take yourself back to feeling 14 and rebellious all over again. Just don’t do anything stupid.

Watch this now: Gone Girl

Based on the bestseller of the same name, Gone Girl is a mystery thriller that stars Ben Affleck. In the aftermath of his wife’s disappearance, he has to deal with the uncertainty of whether he was the one who caused it. The author has already stated that the film will deviate slightly from the original novel based on how it's structured, so don’t be too surprised if it looks a little different. We're already seeing rave reviews of the film pop up online so don't miss out on this.

Do this now: Break the World’s Longest Drawing Guinness Record with Line

Stuff Weekend: Watch Star Wars Rebels, break a Guinness World Record with Line,

To celebrate 50 years of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan, Line is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for longest drawing ever (we’re talking over 12km) with local artist Peter Draw and 1000 other drawers. If you’d like to leave your mark on 4 October, just show the invitation message that’s on Line’s official account’s timeline at Nanyang Polytechnic. Expect the presence of Line mascots and merchandise alike.