By: Dominic Jones
There has been lots of speculation about what the title for the eight instalment in the Skywalker saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, means. So far, much of it has focused on whether or not the title was referring to a singular Jedi or multiple Jedi (seeing as the plural of Jedi is Jedi, not Jedis, there was some debate). However, that debate was settled this morning when Lucasfilm released the official translations of the title in Spanish, French, and Italian. It's plural! See for yourself below,
— Star Wars España (@StarWarsSpain) February 17, 2017
— Star Wars France (@StarWarsFR) February 17, 2017
Gli Ultimi Jedi, dicembre 2017 al cinema. pic.twitter.com/t0AuvTrmSK— Star Wars Italia (@StarWarsIT) February 17, 2017
So now the question is, does the title mean Luke and Rey, Luke, Rey, and somebody else, or Luke and somebody else. I'm inclined to think it's just Luke and Rey, but we'll find out for sure in just under ten months!
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15th. The film is directed by Rian Johnson and stars Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, and Carrie Fisher
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