'Star Wars' co-stars Mark Hamill, Adam Driver work together to find a lost dog

In the "Star Wars" universe, co-stars Mark Hamill and Adam Driver operate on opposite sides of the Force.

The duo worked together to locate the pooch belonging to Leos Carax, a director currently working with Driver, 35, on the musical "Annette" in Brussels.

Driver filmed a video pleading with fans to help him find Carax's dog, Javelot. Carax, 58, owned the grandfather and father of Javelot, according to Driver.

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"We will put you in the movie," Driver said. "We will give you chocolate, we'll christen your child. We'll do anything as a way of saying thank you."

Driver isn't on social media, but Hamill, 68, is -- and he's got well over 3 million followers.

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Hamill posted the video, which got 33,000 likes and nearly 10,000 retweets.

And here's the best part: it worked.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Javelot was seen at Carax's side at a train station after the video went viral.

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Driver and Carax's film, also starring Marion Cotillard and Simon Helberg, will focus on a stand-up comedian and his opera singer wife. No release date has been announced.