Mark Hamill explained that his iconic character was going to show up even sooner.
The Force was not with his "Star Wars" parents, according to Kylo.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live!" just became "The Surprise of Skywalker."
The “Star Wars” actor said he didn’t know if he'd have a career after speaking his mind during a Black Lives Matter protest. Entertainment figures spoke up.
The “Star Wars” actor said he would not apologize for that comment, which followed a tweet paying tribute to George Floyd.
He couldn't even tell his fellow cast members the truth about the film's climax.
This is not the "Star Wars" plot you are looking for, Mark Hamill.
Last year's "The Rise of Skywalker" was his final appearance in the saga.
Twitter users are wondering if Team Trump has actually seen "Star Wars."
The toy giant hopes 750,000 plush toys based on the viral Baby Yoda character from the “The Mandalorian” Star Wars series on Disney+ will boost year-end sales.