As the accepted answer states this is possible but now it is now confirmed as canon. In Episode 8 "The Redemption" of the first season of "The Mandalorian" the Child uses the force to stop flames from a Incinerator stormtrooper. It is not clear what force ability ("the magic hand thing") is used but it is possible to use the force to stop fire.
Based on the transcript, my reading wasn't that this was caused by Rey bypassing Unkar Platt's after-market ignition line compressor, which she did in Force Awakens, but rather that a similarly named component (and possibly one that does much the same job) was known to be broken when they took off to go and meet the spy.
Rey is angry that Poe, knowing that ...
Someone on Reddit did the math and determined Starkiller Base is a planetoid roughly the size of Ceres.
Smaller planetoids like Ceres aren't big enough to have molten cores for long, so it's entirely possible there'd be no lava to deal with. Just don't pick a recently-formed one.
According to the Force Awakens script, Maz refers to Chewie as her boyfriend:
MAZ: Where's my boyfriend?
HAN: Chewie's working on the Falcon.
MAZ: I like that Wookiee.
Whether that was true or only a joke, remains unclear as Maz has very little screen time in later films.
Spoilers for Rise of Skywalker: Yes he is. JJ Abrams said in a Q&A following a screening of the film, that this is what he saw the (in-film unspecified) matter he wanted to tell Rey, as they were sinking in the pit. That he suspected himself to be force-sensitive.
RoS also features scenes itself supporting this, such as Finn obviously sensing and ...
Yes and no. The helmets are apparently custom creations of the Knights of Ren, each a unique confection intended to strike fear into their enemies.
That being said, at least one of the Knights, Trudgen, has incorporated elements from a known source seen elsewhere in the Star Wars movies, namely part of a Death Trooper helmet from Rogue One.
Rise of ...
The ship was called the Bestoon Legacy. It was, we learn in Rise of Skywalker, owned by a Sith loyalist named Ochi. The film's Visual Dictionary identifies it as a Subpro Corporation Model WTK-85A interstellar transport
No. In Rise of Skywalker we learn that Rey was in fact Chancellor Palpatine's granddaughter. Her father was living on a Sith planet named Exegol. He escaped, fathered Rey and was subsequently tracked down (and killed) by a Sith loyalist named Ochi.
For the record, there's also no indication that Rey had any formal training in the use of the Force, either ...
According to the Rise of Skywalker Visual Dictionary, the Jedi planet was transformed into the Starkiller Base, chosen because of its kyber crystal core
Properly energized, kyber crystals create containment fields that hold and amplify power to incredible levels. The Empire controlled several kyber-rich worlds, funneling their ...
I feel that I must complete the answer by adding the events of The Rise of Skywalker into the mix:
I should add:
1 (Here's a reference for this claim, confirmed by JJ Abrams. It's easy to find other stories on this interpretation.)
According to the Rise of Skywalker Visual Dictionary, the fleet's bombers and capital ships were busy on other missions against the First Order, presumably taking advantage of their focus on Starkiller Base to launch surprise strikes against other targets.
The Resistance takes care not to collect its meager resources into a
single target for the First ...