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Star Wars fans may have felt like a few things were, well, missing from The Last Jedi. Especially the funeral of Han Solo, who was killed at the end of The Force Awakens. Luckily, it's been confirmed that Solo's funeral isn't being ignored. Instead, it's part of the upcoming film novelisation - along with some deleted scenes, and an extended look at Canto Bight, because everyone wants more of that, right?

Every kid knows the best way to get almost every item on your Christmas list is to include one outlandish, obscenely expensive item your parents will never go for. Out of guilt, they will happily deliver everything else on your list. But you're an adult now, with a job and disposable income, so why not finally treat yourself to those top-tier items your parents would have scoffed at?

Rooted in the visual imagery of classic ships like the Millennium Falcon, Star Destroyers, X-Wings and TIE Fighters, The Force Awakens didn't get much of a chance to really give us some new iconic vehicles for the Star Wars saga. But one great new design it did give us was Rey's Jakku Speeder -- and it's getting a fabulous new toy this spring.

Mikey Neumann is at it again. The Gearbox Games writer has a genius mind for storytelling, and in his Movies with Mikey YouTube series breaks down exactly why the films we love work.

This time - it's Star Wars: The Force Awakens. You might want to keep some tissues handy.

In case 2016 couldn't get any weirder, it turns out the man who created some of the most memorable moments in Star Wars through his epic compositions hasn't bothered to watch any of them in action. That's right, John Williams hasn't seen Star Wars.

We all have a friend who collects vinyl. At first, you may have judged them for their perceived "hipster nonsense", but I'll bet you've come around. I see you spying on new record players, figuring out how to get started. And that artwork. It's stunning, and honestly a reason all on its own to invest in the hobby. You know this.

But what better way to avoid having to admit you've fallen head first into the retro trap than to gift those awesome looking (and sounding) albums you've found online to a loved one? If you need some inspiration, here's a list of our favourite six released in 2016.