Will Rey (Daisy Ridley) moved to the Dark Side? What is the deal with Emperor Palpatine’s (Ian McDiarmid) comeback? How are we thought to cope with Princess Leia’s (Carrie Fisher) ultimate scenes?
As enthusiasts wait for The Rise of Skywalker, the third and last chapter in the Star Wars series trilogy, to bag theatres on Dec. 20, there has been huge time to go through these questions and apply up theories about what is to arrive in Episode IX.
The J.J. Abrams-helmed Rise of Skywalker will supply closure to the saga’s modern generation of heroes. But do not think of it—from Disney+ Star Wars sequel The Mandalorian to Last Jedi director Rian Johnson’s arriving movie trilogy, there are big more Star Wars projects in the working.
Here are five of the extremely compelling theories regarding what we can think to get from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Rey will turn to the Dark Side.
Gratitude to the shot of Jedi-in-training Rey rocking a Smith-style hooded cloak and acquiring a red double-sided lightsaber that was specialised in the Rise of Skywalker trailer from Disney’s final D23 Conference, some enthusiasts are more convinced than ever that Rey is destined to move to the Dark Side.
When we previously saw Rey in The Last Jedi (2017), she did not accept Kylo Ren’s (Adam Driver) proposal to reign together with no allegiance to either the Dark Side of the Light prior to rescuing the Resistance’s properly depleted forces from Crait. But that does not imply she cannot still be swayed.
Whether or not it is really true, Rey was definitely disturbed by Kylo Ren’s transformation that her parents were nobodies who supplied her for gulping money on Jakku and are laid down in a desert grave there. Now she is in a vulnerable situation.
And with the comeback of Emperor Palpatine substantiated by Abrams, Rey could be the main target for an Anakin-Esque comeback from grace.