Google knows everything.
Like why J.J. Abrams made Harrison Ford cry. SPOILERS for one of the most successful movies ever made!
Time to find out whether you should be co-piloting the Millennium Falcon or flying in an X-Wing like you're Poe Dameron.
An exclusive look at the art behind The Force Awakens. Excerpted from The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Get in on like Donkey Kong.
Now, witness the power of this fully operational LEGO battle station.
Internet, you may break now.
It's part of a running joke on social media between Star Wars: Episode VII director J.J. Abrams and Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder. And it is getting a little weird.
Where can we get one?
They're surprisingly sophisticated.
May the Force of the holiday season be with you. If you don't have the necessary pieces laying around, each one is also available in a ready-to-build kit.
I love videos like these. Especially when there is a cute girl involved.
Star Wars fan David Wagner conquered the Ultimate Collectors edition of the Millennium Falcon, but then he went a step further and built a highly detailed docking bay for the ship complete with LEDs.
Unfortunately, the designers have marked this beauty sold, but you never know. Maybe after the owner nicks it up, you could take it off the geek's hands on eBay for less than retail ($1,500).
Perfect for cruising over to the Nyan Cantina! Designed by Buzatron, you can get the t-shirt at redbubble.
Redditor tanasarnt says: "I'm sitting in my cube at work snacking on a bag of Kettle Brand Buffalo Bleu potato chips. I'm about to bring one to my mouth but stopped cold ... as if some outside force (forgive me) was blocking me."
From the lady who brought you The Hamburger Bed, comes another incredible sleepcraft: