The newest trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi set off a flurry of rumor and hypothesis in regards to the new movie, because it pertained to Daisy Ridley’s Rey. Nonetheless, a brand new TV spot would appear to contradict what that trailer was implying. The spot accommodates some new dialogue between Rey and Luke Skywalker, which particularly pertains to Luke’s try to coach Ben Solo, earlier than he turned to the Darkish Aspect. Rey tells Luke that Kylo Ren failed him, and he or she guarantees that she will not, which would appear to indicate that Rey will not be making a turn herself. Take a look at the advert beneath. The important thing dialogue is across the 35-second mark.
The final trailer for The Final Trailer actually tried to tease the concept Rey might be a part of Kylo Ren, along with her traces about looking for a spot on the planet, and asking for assist discovering it, earlier than we see Ren’s hand seemingly reaching out to her. This TV spot, however, goes simply as arduous within the different route, with Rey promising Luke that she will not fail the best way that Ben Solo did.
We have additionally seen within the trailers that Luke shouldn’t be sure about coaching Rey, as a result of expertise he had coaching, and dropping, Ben Solo. That is seemingly Rey’s plea to persuade him to do it. She’s promising she will not fail like he did. It’s extremely seemingly this form of assertion will work with Luke. It’s, in any case, similar to what Luke himself stated to Yoda again when he was searching for his personal Jedi coaching. This second from Rey appears real, like she is really dedicated to not failing.
Whereas it is nonetheless potential that Rey might in the end determine to activate Luke, we’re unsure that is the case. Just about every little thing right here exhibits Rey and Luke working effectively collectively. There’s little to counsel any cause Rey would not totally settle for the coaching she’s getting. The trailer at all times gave an impression that it was being selectively edited to indicate Rey’s Darkish Aspect flip, and it wasn’t completely convincing. At the least with this declaration, we’ve an alternate choice. It might go both manner. Neither conclusion is totally assured.
The TV spot does tease us otherwise, nevertheless. At one level Luke asks Rey “who’re you?” Whereas this confirms that Luke himself does not know the reply, one assumes that Rey will reply his query, a minimum of so far as she is aware of it, seemingly revealing we’ll get some solutions of our personal.
It seems like we’ll should, you realize, really watch the film in an effort to see the place issues go. If you wish to try this early you could wish to pre-order tickets. Star Wars: The Final Jedi hits theaters December 15.