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This Star Wars fan hypothesis makes us genuinely ponder over what the enormous twist in The Last Jedi will be

This Star Wars fan hypothesis makes us genuinely ponder over what the enormous twist in The Last Jedi will be

It has for quite some time been hypothesized that Star Wars: The Last Jedi will highlight a stunning twist. This is much the same as the huge revelation in the Empire Strikes Back that Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker’s dad.

Not able to quietly anticipate the unexpected when the film reaches UK silver screens in December, an apropos named Redditor TheLastJediBigTwist has taken to the social networking site to share their contemplations on what will happen, and it has many people wondering.



Their hypothesis is under the Last Jedi trailer. Of course, it might be wrong. Would you wait to discover for yourself and keep hypothesis under control until the film releases, or would you rather look at the trailer? 

After “the greatest twist in cinema history so far” in Empire Strikes Back, TheLastJediBigTwist proposed that Snoke is not the big baddie in the new trilogy. In fact, he is simply a puppet being controlled by a significantly scarier force. The force being referred to? Luke Skywalker.



That’s right; this current Redditor’s hypothesis is that Luke Skywalker has swung to the dark side.

Their thinking? Snoke is another word for a herring, proposing that the villain is a red herring, or a diversion from the truth. They point to the fact that ever since Luke has vanished, the evil powers of the First Order have ascended thus proposing that he is the one behind it.

However, more than anything, it appears like TheLastJediBigTwist feels this would bring the series to a full circle, rotating the plot on its head in a similar way that the Empire Strikes Back accomplished for the first trilogy. Is it unrealistic? Maybe. In any case, it is interesting.

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