Star Wars stamps released to mark latest movie

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The Royal Mail are set to release eight Star Wars stamps in the run up to the release fo Star Wars: The Last JediCan I pre-order the new Royal Mail collection? It'd be great because you could maybe not reveal its Evil Luke until the real Luke shows up. So much so that he actually pitched the idea to Lucasfilm.

"When I suggested that storyline, they said, 'Well, it's been done, '" Hamill said.

The 71-year-old movie veteran has played the character of C-3PO in every movie in the hit sci-fi franchise to date - including the spin-offs - but he has admitted there was one character he didn't like in the prequels.

If you're a Star Wars fan and are wondering what on earth a Porg is then you'll be excited to hear that these adorable balls of fluff are new aliens that will appear in the next instalment of the Star Wars films. And guess what? Kyber crystals are used for building lightsabers in the Star Wars universe. Based on the trailer, Poe might be losing another ship in battle, but at least the upgraded X-wing will have to get some action first.

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Perhaps his fortunes could turn around when Star Wars: The Last Jedi reaches theaters December 15. As he explained, the film allows the essence of Fisher to live on, even after her passing last December. Between Return of the Jedi and Force Awakens, there's just decades of history that's unknown.

Following last week's subscriber cover featuring Luke and Rey in a "passing the torch" moment with a lightsaber, Empire has now also revealed its regular cover featuring Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Thankfully, though, Mark Hamill is at the center of the eighth episode, and director Rian Johnson told Empire that he started the creative process by asking himself, "Who is Luke Skywalker now?"

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