We are just hours away from the release of the final "Star Wars" film in the Skywalker saga, and there are so many questions heading into "The Rise of Skywalker."
To give you a little taste of what to expect, here are the top 5 questions fans have pertaining to Rey, Kylo and the Skywalker named in the title.
1. Who is this Skywalker?
We lost Luke in the last film and Kylo has fully turned to the dark side, so who is referenced in the title?
Could it be Rey? Could Luke be coming back? Can Kylo be turned back to the light?
2. What about good ol' Darth Vader?
With the first question in mind, many fans are calling out the fact that "Star Wars" titles are often misleading. Like in "Return of the Jedi," many believe Darth Vader is the Jedi who returned, hence Luke's father coming back to the light.
So with this title, could it be referencing Anakin Skywalker's return, since we know Emperor Palpatine is also back in some way?
To close out the saga, how epic would it be to see everyone return and have them all battle it out with the evil emperor?
3. Are we going to get some answers about Rey's past?
In "The Last Jedi," Rey was told by Kylo Ren that her parents were nobodies, but fans expect this tune to change in "Rise of Skywalker."
Many are speculating that she may be a clone of some kind. This could be an interesting thread to investigate.
Also, is Rey going to the dark side? We all saw that image in the last trailer of her with that red lightsaber; what could this mean?
4. How is Palpatine back?
We all saw him tossed down a reactor in the second Death Star in "Return of the Jedi," so in what form is he returning? Only time will tell, but there are rumors that Sith can put their essence into certain precious artifacts.
We've seen Kylo staring at Darth's helmet and Snoke had Palpatine's ring, so is he somehow connected to those prized possessions?
5. How will it all end?
The biggest and saddest question of them all remains: How will the Skywalker saga end and what will the future of the force look like for the Jedi and the Skywalker family?
It's going to be a bittersweet moment, but one fans cannot wait for.
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