The Star Wars Studio seems to have given away a major spoiler when actor Frank Oz walked the red carpet at the world premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Please Note This Article Contains Spoilers Ahead.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi writer and director Rian Johnson wrote the screenplay of The Last Jedi with all the new characters in mind even though he decided to retain a few familiar faces like Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa to play a critical role.
Johnson has definitely caught fans by surprise by bringing a character from the original trilogy. The first words that Luke Skywalker uttered when the first Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer released was that Jedi “must end,” thereby showing Jedi Master’s unwillingness to train Rey very clear. All throughout the movie, Luke is trying to convey to Rey that the Jedi Order must be destroyed. In fact, he even decides to burn the holy Jedi texts. Yoda is the one who comes in between and then causes the lightning, igniting the text. He tells Luke that they were only texts and that could be rewritten anytime.
Even though this scene would have surprised many, all those who were following the social media for any Star War related information might have been expecting this.
Digital Sputnik, a lightening company announced about the debut of the trailer of Mary Magdalene, for which they had created lights. Along with the post, they commented that they had lit for Jesus as well as Yoda. Now, this was a huge spoiler because Yoda first appeared only in 2005 release Revenge of the Sith. The company, however, is relatively new. Moreover, the company removed the post the next day, adding to the speculation.
Another spoiler of Yoda (Frank Oz) was when the official Star Wars Twitter account posted a picture of Oz on the red carpet at the Star Wars: The Last Jedi World Premiere last weekend. What caught the attention of the public was when Mark Hamill retweeted the photo and teased that it was a big spoiler.
Hamill’s tweet along with Digital Sputnik’s comment on Yoda has given out a spoiler, thereby confirming the appearance of the Jedi Master. Meanwhile, social media is abuzz with talks of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Watch Yoda in action in Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the nearest theater now.
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