STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER - Possible Spoilers Reveal Snoke Secrets And Some Shocking Cameos

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER - Possible <font color=red>Spoilers</font> Reveal Snoke Secrets And Some Shocking Cameos

A reliable source has chimed in with some new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker spoilers, and as well as intel in Supreme Leader Snoke's true identity, we also have details on some surprising cameos...

Supreme Leader Snoke remains one of the current Star Wars trilogy's biggest mysteries, but answers may finally come our way in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker according to Making Star Wars.

However, we should caution you that MAJOR SPOILERS follow about the film from this point! 

They claim that when Kylo Ren lands on Exegol (the planet where a frail Emperor Palpatine is in hiding), he explores an area where small creatures are tending to "capsules or barrels" referred to as "The Relics." In these, the former Ben Solo sees numerous barrels full of Supreme Leader Snoke clones, and, well, that's all we know for now. 

The implication here is that Snoke has always been a clone and that The Emperor was presumably trying to either create a new body for himself which he controlled before Kylo Ren struck him down, or a willing pawn he could use. Whatever the case may be, this would explain his deformed appearance, as it could be that he wasn't a fully formed clone or was deteriorating as time passed. 

Clones were also references in The Force Awakens, while many fans remain convinced that The Mandalorian is also going to set the stage for whatever happens in this movie. 

We'll have to wait and see, but the site has also shared some intel on voice cameos in The Rise of Skywalker which we'll supposedly hear when Rey channels the Force during the final battle. There are definitely some big surprises here, and you can check out the full list of names by hitting the "View List" button!

Anakin Skywalker


Yes, Darth Vader himself - who was redeemed in Return of the Jedi - will be there to dole out advice to Rey as she "awakens" to battle Emperor Palpatine and end the villain once and for all.

Obi-Wan Kenobi


Ewan McGregor's voice was used in The Force Awakens, and while we don't know whether we'll hear him or Alec Guinness during this sequence, his presence obviously makes perfect sense. 



The Jedi Master made a surprise appearance in The Last Jedi and given his importance to the franchise and history with Palpatine, the fact he's going to return for this moment is a given. 

Luke Skywalker


He essentially helped train Rey (to some extent, anyway) and, as a Skywalker, of course he's going to be there to guide our hero as she takes on her greatest challenge and tries to save the Galaxy.

Leia Organa


We don't know how much of Leia we will see in The Rise of Skywalker, but her relationship with Rey has become a huge part of this trilogy and it sounds like she'll be the final voice the hero hears.

Ezra Bridger


Well, this is definitely unexpected. The lead of Star Wars Rebels, Ezra Bridger's fate has been a mystery up until now but he clearly ended up dying some time after the Disney XD series ended. 

Ahsoka Tano


Another key character in both Rebels and The Clone Wars, we may have underestimated how important Ahsoka Tano is to this franchise if she'll have a voice cameo during this sequence. 

Maz Kanata 


Does this mean Maz dies? The site isn't sure and notes that while dialogue was recorded for this sequence, there's nothing to say that it will actually end up being used in the movie itself. 
The site explains that these disembodied voices will likely be layered on top of each other, so there's a strong chance that we won't even be able to hear them all on a first viewing and that there are more the site is unaware of. They note that, "Sources did not identify hearing probable voices such as Qui-Gon Jinn, Mace Windu or Kanan Jarrus." 

Needless to say, this is all really interesting and considering the source is a reliable one, chances are this will end up happening in the movie itself. Find out more by heading over there HERE.
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