After watching the latest Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, you may think no story beat is safe from the promotional cycle.
A new poster for the movie also hints that Luke could finally follow in his dad's footsteps and move to the Dark Side. But this is frickin' Star Wars we're talking about here, so I'm glad that everybody involved was willing to not even entertain the possibility of showing certain moments. Anakin Skywalker notably succumbed to it during his time as a Jedi Knight during the prequel trilogy, and Luke Skywalker successfully staved off that same seduction in the original trilogy.
You can check out the wonderful new poster above, which features Carrie Fisher in the very centre, surrounded by her co-stars, and the new trailer in the player below.
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Seeing Luke at the end of The Force Awakens initially ignited the theory that Luke was dabbling in the Dark Side. After all, he's dressing a lot more like a Sith lord than he used to. Kylo Ren has thus far been depicted as a far more conflicted character than a traditional Sith lord in the Star Wars universe, and it's not hard to imagine that the dissatisfaction that he felt after murdering Han Solo could potentially hint at signs of redemption for him.
Take a look and tap / click for a full-size image. But could Luke be falling prey to the pull of the Dark Side?
The American epic space opera film was written and directed by Rian Johnson and produced by Lucasfilm.