The Force is with them.
Ain't no party like a 'Star Wars' party.
She had to keep it together.
Turning paper plates into a Millennium Falcon.
Take a ride on a millennium falcon made of cardboard.
She surprised him with a video message.
"I think it will feel like the right time to round it out."
Nice Yoda impression.
It's not what we thought she'd pick.
"Resist it Rey!"
Unsurprisingly, she knows all the words to Eminem's "Lose Yourself"
Luke is not the Obi-Wan we are looking for.
The orphan and the soccer-ball droid encounter a hungry monster in this Disney animated short.
The team behind 'The Last Jedi' discussed Fisher's legacy with 'Vanity Fair.'
Rey and Luke love themselves a nice neutral burlap.
If J.J. Abrams doesn't know, we're in for some real trouble.
"Why don't you answer my damn questions?"
Just a little hint?
"How awful that we have to say goodbye."
The "Star Wars" actress will make it up to the late night host for never appearing on his show.
"I have to deal with loads of stuff myself personally."
The Lionsgate film takes place in a world with no women. Figure that one out.
"Thinking about how lucky I am."
Daisy Ridley's bedding is our only hope.
The force is strong with this one.
"I'm currently sat writing an essay covered in spot cream."
"Oh, it's a gift from John."
"3 of these statements aren't true..."
Well this escalated quickly.
The 'Star Wars' star gives some on-message birthday love to Rey's real-life counterpart.
Is there anything the Force CAN'T do?
And more things we learned from the 'Star Wars' star's Facebook Q&A.
No surprises here: Adam Driver is intimidating.