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Disney just revealed some “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Spoiler

What better way to spoil a movie than the producers themselves release one?

The Disney CEO offered some footage of the upcoming Star Wars sequel, The Last Jedi, at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Denver yesterday. The footage that was shown to the viewers apparently included some major spoilers from the movie. Thus, go away if you don’t want to be spoiled.

Still here? Let’s go.

The teaser features Luke Skywalker’s first meeting with Rey, the end scene from The Force Awakens. It begins with Luke asking Rey “who are you?”. For some of you, that may not be an actual spoiler. But apparently, it means that Luke doesn’t know who Rey is. All of that fan theories going around for the past few years that shows she’s Luke’s daughter or some other relative known to him went down the drain.

All that remains are the fan theories that Rey is the granddaughter of Obi-Wan Kenobi, a clone of the late Emperor, or she’s just a regular Force-sensitive would-be Jedi who was hidden away on the desert planet of Jakku for protection. Just like what the previous movie wants us to know.

Even if it means that Luke doesn’t know Rey personally, it’s still there’s still a strong indicator that Rey has a deeper backstories.

Aside from that scene, there’s also a footage of “an X-wing wobbling mid-air, under attack inside a giant shop” and “a silent look at General Leia Organa” played by the late Carrie Fisher.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, directed by Rian Johnson hit theaters on December 15, 2017. We’re expecting an actual trailer to drop real soon.

Ritz

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