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See also: Star Wars Facts and Statistics for a much larger collection of information.

With the next wave of Star Wars sequels on the horizon, I thought it might be fun to try to dig up a few Star Wars facts and stats that you may not have known about. Here they are in our famous 10things listicle format. Enjoy!

 · The best stories teach us lessons, and Star Wars is overflowing with them. Though the events that unfolded a long time ago involve Jedi, clone troopers ...

The Star Wars franchise was rebooted once before in the late ’90s and early 2000s with three movies not a whole lot of people liked. Hayden Christensen was in a couple. Forget about those. You don’t really need them. Though watching them wouldn’t hurt. Samuel L. Jackson played Mace Windu, and there was this really cool villain named Darth Maul.

There was also this super-annoying character named Jar Jar Binks . We never need to talk about him again.

The best friends stand by you through thick and thin, happiness and sadness, success and failure. Maintaining friendships involves work, but they are so worth every ounce of sweat and every second of time invested. Ask yourself: Would you risk your life to help your friends destroy a Death Star?

The two-hour chat took place in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark which, as anyone who took the walk from the nearby train station could tell you, has more than a bit of a Mos Eisely Spaceport. Walking onto the main stage — which was dressed like a typical chat show, only with Stormtrooper mugs instead of ones with The Late Show logo — the duo proceeded to swap stories, drop science about their favorite sci-fi/fantasy universes and yes, tease the hell out of The Force Awakens. Here were 10 things we learned from this genuinely geektastic event.

In Timothy Zahn’s original  Heir to the Empire  trilogy, Thrawn was cast as a military genius, single-handedly keeping the Empire alive following the destruction of the second Death Star. Unlike the violent, iron fist that Darth Vader used to rule over his men, Thrawn inspired undying loyalty from his crew, using a much softer, yet sternly effective touch.

10) George Lucas killed Chewbacca. The most famous Wookiee died off in a novel called Vector Prime by . Salvatore. Nobody particularly wanted to kill off Chewbacca, but the authors and editors of the Expanded Universe novels wanted to kill off one of the well-known characters, because they felt as though nobody was taking the books seriously any more. So the book editors wrote to George Lucas with a list of characters they'd like to be able to kill off, with Luke Skywalker on the top of the list. Lucas wrote back with a list of characters it was not okay to kill off — and poor Chewy wasn't on that list. This was one lottery it was not a good idea to let the Wookiee win.

The latest "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" trailer doesn't reveal too much, but there are some clues as to what is happening. It looks like Kylo Ren and the First Order have returned to a familiar planet, and Finn may be going undercover in a First Order uniform. And did you catch those new walkers? Following is the text of the video.

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See also: Star Wars Facts and Statistics for a much larger collection of information.

With the next wave of Star Wars sequels on the horizon, I thought it might be fun to try to dig up a few Star Wars facts and stats that you may not have known about. Here they are in our famous 10things listicle format. Enjoy!

 · The best stories teach us lessons, and Star Wars is overflowing with them. Though the events that unfolded a long time ago involve Jedi, clone troopers ...

The Star Wars franchise was rebooted once before in the late ’90s and early 2000s with three movies not a whole lot of people liked. Hayden Christensen was in a couple. Forget about those. You don’t really need them. Though watching them wouldn’t hurt. Samuel L. Jackson played Mace Windu, and there was this really cool villain named Darth Maul.

There was also this super-annoying character named Jar Jar Binks . We never need to talk about him again.

The best friends stand by you through thick and thin, happiness and sadness, success and failure. Maintaining friendships involves work, but they are so worth every ounce of sweat and every second of time invested. Ask yourself: Would you risk your life to help your friends destroy a Death Star?

The two-hour chat took place in the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark which, as anyone who took the walk from the nearby train station could tell you, has more than a bit of a Mos Eisely Spaceport. Walking onto the main stage — which was dressed like a typical chat show, only with Stormtrooper mugs instead of ones with The Late Show logo — the duo proceeded to swap stories, drop science about their favorite sci-fi/fantasy universes and yes, tease the hell out of The Force Awakens. Here were 10 things we learned from this genuinely geektastic event.

In Timothy Zahn’s original  Heir to the Empire  trilogy, Thrawn was cast as a military genius, single-handedly keeping the Empire alive following the destruction of the second Death Star. Unlike the violent, iron fist that Darth Vader used to rule over his men, Thrawn inspired undying loyalty from his crew, using a much softer, yet sternly effective touch.

10) George Lucas killed Chewbacca. The most famous Wookiee died off in a novel called Vector Prime by . Salvatore. Nobody particularly wanted to kill off Chewbacca, but the authors and editors of the Expanded Universe novels wanted to kill off one of the well-known characters, because they felt as though nobody was taking the books seriously any more. So the book editors wrote to George Lucas with a list of characters they'd like to be able to kill off, with Luke Skywalker on the top of the list. Lucas wrote back with a list of characters it was not okay to kill off — and poor Chewy wasn't on that list. This was one lottery it was not a good idea to let the Wookiee win.

The latest "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" trailer doesn't reveal too much, but there are some clues as to what is happening. It looks like Kylo Ren and the First Order have returned to a familiar planet, and Finn may be going undercover in a First Order uniform. And did you catch those new walkers? Following is the text of the video.