Major STAR WARS EPISODE VII Spoilers Reveal The Villains, Shocking Returns And More
Some huge new plot details for Star Wars Episode VII reveal the fate of a major character since they last appeared in Return of the Jedi, the surprise return of another, and exactly who the villains will be in highly anticipated J.J. Abrams helmed movie. Read on for details!
Latino-Review have scored a huge Star Wars Episode VII scoop, revealing some major plot details. After reiterating what we've heard about Luke's lightsaber (and possibly hand depending on whether you buy into that) landing on a planet and setting Daisy Ridley and John Boyega's characters off on a hunt for the Jedi Knight, they add that the duo do indeed find Han Solo and Chewbacca, but they no longer have the Millennium Falcon as it's in the possession of Oscar Isaacs character. Even more revealiing is the fact that Luke has been missing since the events of Return of the Jedi not because he's in hiding, but because he's a captive! Those holding him have been described as both bounty hunters and "Sith Witches", but the truth is that the villains are in fact the Inquisitors, based loosely on the characters from the EU. They're defenders of the Sith Order who have been around for a very long time and this presumably explains how the movie will loosely tie into the Inquisitor character from the Star Wars Rebels animated series.
As you might expect, Luke is eventually found and when he explains the history of their order, it will apparently trigger a flashback to explain that the Inquisitors have been assisting the Sith all along. Billie Lourd (Carrie Fisher's biological daughter) will play a young Princess Leia, and the same flashback will also feature the return of Darth Vader! While it will apparently only be a brief appearance, the scene shows the Inquisitors serving him at some point in the franchise's history. What do you guys think about these latest Star Wars Episode VII plot details?
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