Posted by Adam on February 7, 2017 at 11:52 PM CST
With a new Star Wars movie being released every year, Force Friday is also becoming an annual event, and German site Jedi-Bibilothek has reported that this year it will be happening on September 1. Read the translated text below:
From well-informed source we learned today that the Force Friday - so the merch product launch - for Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi on 1 September 2017, be.

It is not yet clear what the book program for the film will look like, but we know that a new Del-Rey novel and various children's and specialist books are expected in the week of September 1st. These have, however, so far only in the fewest cases with the new film to do. An overview of the expected for 09/01/2017 books can be found in our publication calendar .

As soon as you know more about the specific titles, you will find it here with us.
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