8 Ways On How Star Wars: The Trilogy Will End

8 Ways On How Star Wars: The Trilogy Will End

With The Force Awakens behind us and two more episodes to go, what can we anticipate from the current Star Wars trilogy? Episode VIII, which will release on December 15, is directed by Rian Johnson. Furthermore, IX has Colin Trevorrow (Jurassic World) as the director.
Obviously, there ought to be some major revelations, including who Rey is truly related to, whether Kylo Ren is really on the Dark Side and so on and so forth. However, we’ve chosen to concoct a few situations too. Here’s what we have….

1. Legacy Of Princess Leia

Carrie Fisher’s sudden demise is a colossal blow to the Star Wars franchise. Nevertheless, Fisher could complete her work on Episode VIII before she passed away. Furthermore, she was to have a greater part in Episode IX. There are a few speculations gliding around that Leia is really on the Dark Side and could even be Snoke. This idea has something to do with balancing the Force between the Light and Dark. As it is, if Leia and her child, Kylo Ren, are Dark, then they balance with Rey and (her possible father) Luke, who are Light. In addition to this, an extreme fight would result with one Force group rising. If we entertain this concept a bit, perhaps Leia in VIII puts on a show to be on the Dark Side and goes covert, so she can get nearer to Kylo and win him back.




 

2. The Destiny Of Finn

Things being what they are, do Rey and Finn eventually get hooked up? Finn wants it to happen. However now that he’s in a comatose state so he can recuperate from his lightsaber wounds and Rey is off with Luke to learn the Jedi ways, we presume these two won’t re-unite for a little time. Rather, Finn will probably go with Poe on a different adventure in Episode VIII.
There are speculations about Finn, relating to his sensitivity to the Force. He’s the very first Stormtrooper to escape from the mental conditioning he’s been subjected to since he was torn from his family as a kid. He likewise uses a lightsaber easily, even though he’s never trained. In addition to this, he stands his ground against Kylo Ren. Subsequently, many guess that he’s the child of Mace Windu, the Jedi played by Samuel L. Jackson in the prequels. The other hypothesis is he’s the child of Lando Calrissian, played by Billy Dee Williams. We could see that as well. In any occasion, Finn’s backstory will most probably be uncovered in the following two episodes. Furthermore, we’re guessing that he and Rey will survive and wind up together, maybe teaching other youthful padawans the ways of the Jedi.

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