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Following 'Star Wars': From 'Phantom Menace' to 'The Last Jedi'

The "Star Wars" universe has been rapidly expanding in recent years with the new trilogy as well as standalone films like "Rogue One" and the forthcoming "Solo: A Star Wars Story." But unlike many of its predecessors, deciphering just where "Solo" fits chronologically in the franchise has been a bit of a head scratcher (in part because it's unclear exactly how old Han Solo is in the prequel).

While die-hard fans may be

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