Star Wars Revelation: Luke Skywalker’s Emotional Reunion With Chewbacca And R2-D2



With the arrival of Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi comes nearer. We’re being immersed with a huge number of fan hypotheses about what will occur next in a galaxy far, far away… .

For instance, take this one, which offers a comprehensive take on why Luke Skywalker vanished into the wild amid Episode 7.

Presently, Star Wars theoretician Mike Zeroh asserts to have gotten to a plot leak from Pinewood Studios. It’s said to concentrate on the enthusiastic reunion between Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, and R2-D2.

In the event that you recollect, Rey finished Episode 7 by meeting Luke Skywalker on the exile planet Ahch-To, subsequent to flying there in the Millennium Falcon alongside C-3PO and Chewbacca.

Mike asserts that their meeting will then prompt the mother of enthusiastic reunions between Luke and his old companions. He states; ‘It was reported that Mark Hamill, playing Luke Skywalker of course, walks down these set of [stone] steps and eventually reaches the Millennium Falcon and goes inside. This is where he meets Chewbacca and R2-D2 for the first time in a very, very long time. However long, we don’t know.’

Portraying the enthusiastic clout of such a potential scene, he later stated: ‘The other question is: “Do Chewbacca and R2-D2 back up with Luke Skywalker – those details we don’t know. When he goes in there [the Millennium Falcon], he’s going to have a lot of flashbacks. He’s going to think of Han.”

He further said that we will be seeing more emotions through Luke Skywalker taking a look at the atmosphere of, the inside of, the Millennium Falcon. He additionally talked about Rey’s part in the entire thing and stated that it isn’t clear why she doesn’t follow him to the Falcon. Why isn’t Rey running down with Luke Skywalker, down the stone strides to the Millennium Falcon? Does he advise her to remain up there? What’s the plan? Well, we haven’t the foggiest idea. However, we’re certain to find out when Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi debuts on 15th December, 2017.