The Last Jedi: What in the Force is Snoke up to?


The Last Jedi will give us Snoke in the actual flesh, but will he be as sinister as we think?

What in the Hux did you do!? With Starkiller Base destroyed this means good news for the Resistance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but it does not bode well for General Hux.

The primary weapon that was used to topple the NewRepublic is now gone.

Yes, it did a lot by destroying the heart of the Resistance but now that’s it’s gone what’s gonna happen? In this picture, we see Snoke ripping into Hux.

Is Snoke yelling at him because of Starkiller Base or something else?

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In the new movie, has Hux allowed something else to be destroyed or a different plan foiled? This also begs the question, is Snoke as forgiving as the Emperor?

By that, I mean the lack of forgiveness. Is Snoke going to be worse than the Emperor, maybe?

That’s hard to imagine, but it is possible. Maybe there is a possibility that Hux couldn’t get to Kylo Ren in time and Kylo has to find his way off the base.

That would be something that could make Snoke mad considering he wants to finish Kylo’s training to become more immersed in the dark side.

With Kylo Ren fresh off the kill of his father, Snoke believes he is now ready to finish his training.

Now, if Hux is getting in the way of his plans, that may not bode well for the lifespan of Hux.

Darth Vader wasn’t nearly as forgiving as your average joe, so when one made him mad, they  probably died.

It also seems Snoke is arranging an internal rivalry between Hux and Kylo Ren. Han Solo predicted that Snoke would betray his son and he is likely spot on.

Both promising young men are just pawns and are at the disposal of the Supreme Leader.

Now, Snoke seems to have his sights set on Rey, but that’s a conversation for a different time.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theatres in nearly two weeks, on December 15.

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