Are you one of those who are trying to figure out who 'The Last Jedi' is?
Well, we might have an answer for you.
Rian Johnson, director of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' while talking to ABC news revealed that 'The Last Jedi' is singular and, for him, refers to Luke Skywalker, reports The Independent.
During the 'Star Wars Celebration' event, he said, "It's so funny when people started asking that. I had never even pondered that question."
Continuing, "In my mind, it's singular.
In my mind it is. As to whether Luke is the Last Jedi, they say in 'The Force Awakens' he's going to find the last Jedi temple and Luke is the last Jedi."
Many fans of 'Star Wars' have debated whether 'The Last Jedi' is singular or plural, when it was officially announced.
Meanwhile, Mark Hamill, also speaking at 'Star Wars Celebration' said he was disappointed that Han Solo and Luke were never reunited in the new trilogy.
On a related note, helmed by Rian Johnson, 'Star Wars: the Last Jedi' stars Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac and John Boyega in pivotal roles.
The film is scheduled to release on December 15.
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