Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

There is a lot of speculation about how the plot of Star Wars Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker will go. The most accredited is the following. During the dialogue between Senator Palpatine and Anakin Skywalker in Episode III, the first reveals to the Chosen One that his old Master, Darth Plagueis, has found a way to forge a life and to give creatures boundless power. We know that Anakin was created and was not born, and those words suggest that it was specially created by the Dark Side to destabilize the Republic and impose a new order with Palpatine in the center. While the words of the film had hinted that it was Plagueis the creator of Anakin from other content belonging to the Star Wars Canon it emerged that its creator is just Palpatine. Now, the assumptions make us think that Luke, having retired for a long time on the island of Ahch-To, spent a lot of time studying Plagueis to replicate his work on the Light Side way. His goal is indeed to forge a counterpower to Kylo Ren, the protégé of Lord Snoke and the Dark Side. We are obviously talking about Rey who, according to this reconstruction, would, therefore, be a sort of emanation of the Skywalker brothers and their incarnation in reality. The title, The Rise of Skywalker, would, therefore, refer to Leia and Luke (consider that the music in the trailer is the theme of Leia) that, from behind the scenes, will guide the evolution of the eternal struggle between good and evil.

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