More Possible Details On 'Luke Skywalker' In STAR WARS: EPISODE VII

More Possible Details On 'Luke Skywalker' In STAR WARS: EPISODE VII

We've heard quite a few rumours regarding the last Jedi Knight (Mark Hamill) in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars flick, and most of them point to him being out of the picture in the years leading up to the events of "Episode VII". Now we might just have some more very interesting details..

It's hard to know what to believe when it comes to Star Wars spoilers, because even if the info is coming from a usually reliable source, multiple script changes and director J.J. Abrams and his "mystery box" shenanigans often lead to a lot of false "scoops" floating around on the interwebs. But that being said, one thing that's common in pretty much everything we've heard about the character of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) is that he's been AWOL since Return Of The Jedi, and will pop up again on some remote, deserted planet. But will he be there against his will or by choice? What of the suggestion that he may be inching towards dark side of the force by the end of this movie? This Is Infamous claim to have a few answers. Possible SPOILERS ahead.



"From what I’ve been told, Luke hasn’t been missing for a full 30 years, only about 10, with his early time post-RETURN OF THE JEDI being spent rebuilding the Jedi Order. Yeah, Luke had some things to do, in order to help get things back on track after the fall of the Empire. In addition, he has grown so powerful with his command of the Force that he can literally move mountains or bring down ships with merely a glance. But then Luke begins to feel a disturbance in the Force… and starts to feel the lure of the Dark Side. If word about the Emperor’s resurgence is true, I believe his presence and desire to court young Skywalker once again is the root of this new evil. Because he knows just what a danger he would be if successfully convinced to switch sides, Luke goes into a self-imposed exile and disappears."

And where does he disappear to? Apparently it's Yoda's old stomping grounds, Dagobah, where the late Jedi Master first trained Luke. According to the site, this is where he'll be reunited with his lighsaber by some old and new friends. Like everything Star Wars related, we'll have to take this as a rumour for now, but if true, what do you guys think?
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Mark Cassidy
Member Since 11/9/2008
Filed Under "Star Wars" 9/12/2014 Source: ThisIsInfamous
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