“Star Wars” featured two Jedi Knights on the cover of Marvel’s “Star Wars: The High Republic” comic series, according to The Daily Wire.

“The production company debuted a new cover for Marvel’s ‘Star Wars: The High Republic’ comic series on Instagram, featuring two recently announced Jedi, a pair of twins, who are trans and non-binary.”

“The cover will be used for the series’ sixth issue, which is set to be released on June 30.”

“In honor of #TransDayofVisibility we’re proud to unveil and exclusive cover highlighting Terec and Ceret, trans non-binary Jedi, currently featured in Marvel’s The High Republic comic.”

“We support trans lives and we are passionate and committed to broadening our representation in a galaxy far far [a]way.”

Jonathan Kasdan shared that Lando was pansexual, which means he could be attracted to anything or anyone from stormtrooper to Wookie.

“There’s a fluidity to Donald and Billy Dee’s [portrayal of Lando’s] sexuality,” Kasdan said.

“I mean, I would have loved to have gotten a more explicitly LGBT character into this movie. I think it’s time, certainly, for that, and I love the fluidity – sort of the spectrum of sexuality that Donald appeals to and that droids are a part of.”

“He doesn’t make any hard and fast rules. I think it’s fun,” Kasdan said.

“I don’t know where it will go.”

“There’s a line that [Jon Favreau’s character, Rio] has where he’s asking Han about the girl that he left behind, and he says, ‘Does she have big teeth?’” Jonathan Kasdan explained.

“It’s a joke in the movie, but we did want to hit on this idea that people’s ideas of what they’re attracted to all over the galaxy are very, very different and not exactly as set as ours are.”

“In the case of the LGBTQ community, it was important to me that people who go to see this movie feel that they’re being represented in the film,” Abrams said.

“I will say I’m giving away nothing about what happens in the movie. But I did just say what I just said.”

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Kasdan also indicated that the movie dropped hints about sexuality in the “Star Wars” universe and how it differs from our world.

“Solo” went on to drastically underperform at the box office.

Later, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” went as far as to feature the series’ first same-sex lesbian kiss on-screen that came after director J.J. Abrams promised to represent the LGBTQ community.