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Legos have been reliably popular holiday gifts. But fans will have to wait for this 7,500-piece Millennium Falcon. It's sold out, and even when in stock, currently only available to VIP customers. Jim van Gulk/Lego hide caption

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A man dressed in a Chewbacca costume throws his arms aloft in what can only be a confounding mix of emotions: triumph, sure — but also righteous indignation at all the decades lost to reckless misspelling. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Carrie Fisher, seen here at the world premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015, has reportedly had a heart attack. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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Why Does A Frozen Lake Sound Like A Star Wars Blaster?

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Carrie Fisher appears as Princess Leia in the first Star Wars film. "I like Princess Leia," Fisher tells Fresh Air. "I like how she handles things; I like how she treats people." Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Carrie Fisher Opens Up About 'Star Wars,' The Gold Bikini And Her On-Set Affair

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Star Wars has devoted fans who dress up like their favorite characters, but now Lucasfilm, the film's parent company, is saying the New York Jedi and Lightsaber Academy went too far. Lucasfilm filed a lawsuit in which it noted that the academy's logos were too similar to the logos used in the film. Mike Coppola/Getty Images hide caption

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Luke Perry Makes The Cover Of AARP

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Admiral Ackbar pauses before delivering his immortal line: "It's a trap!" Voice actor Erik Bauersfeld, who uttered those words, has died. LucasFilm/Screen shot by NPR hide caption

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Ariell Johnson has combined her love of comic books with a place where people can socialize in her new business, Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse. Jasmin Carroll/Courtesy of Jasmin Carroll hide caption

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Move Over, Comic Book Guy: Philly Comics Store Prizes Diversity In Its Heroes

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