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Last? Really? That’s an ominous word for any Star Wars fan to hear. But as the saga’s latest film opens, we finally learn what’s become of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), one of movie history’s greatest heroes, and how his destiny will shape the new ones we’ve come to know, like Rey (Daisy Ridley). May the Force be with all of them.

Q + A


Hamill discusses his return to the role of Luke Skywalker as the title character in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

It’s seeing the word last in the title that worries me.

For the longest time I was sitting on the fact that’s now out in the trailer, when Luke says, “It’s time for the Jedi to end.” Well, this is monumental. What could be so terrible that he becomes so cynical or so pessimistic about something that he was so optimistic about in the original stories?

Does that trouble you, as a fan of this franchise

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