Breaking down that MASSIVE The Last Jedi leaked spoiler


Star Wars: The Last Jedi has already premiered in theaters around the world, and as such, spoiler-y leaked scenes are beginning to pour in. Warning: SPOILERS are a path to the Dark Side. You’ve been warned.

With just one day until Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters here in the U.S., spoiler-filled descriptions of the entire film, as well as leaked video captured on phones, have been flooding the internet at hyperspeed.

In that regard, there is one scene, in particular, that has set the internet ablaze, as they give away massive plot points and reveal twists from The Last Jedi that no one saw coming. We’re going to break that scene down, but before we do, this is your final SPOILER WARNING.

Still with us? Good, gooooood. In the video leaked to the Star Wars Leaks subreddit, Rey and Kylo Ren stand before Supreme Leader Snoke in his throne room aboard his super destroyer — The Supremacy.

Snoke has had enough of this random girl strong enough in the Force to defeat his pupil, Kylo Ren. Rey tries to get Kylo to turn back to the light, back to Ben Solo, but Snoke claims Kylo will never betray him; Snoke believes he can never be betrayed.

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In fact, as the extremely intense moment unfolds, Snoke says he can see into Kylo Ren’s mind and that he wants to ignite the lightsaber and kill his enemy. At that moment, the sound of a lightsaber igniting can be heard, and Rey falls to the ground.

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However, she rolls over to look behind her, and Snoke is the one who has been literally cut in half by Anakin/Luke’s blue-bladed lightsaber. The Supreme Leader of the First Order dies. in shock and disbelief, Snoke’s Praetorian Guard spring into action.

Rey and Kylo Ren stand together against Snoke’s guards and a heated battle ensues. Together, Rey and Kylo defeat the Praetorian Guard.

So what does this mean for the two, moving forward? Well, it is strongly hinted through other leaks that Rey and Kylo Ren share a powerful bin through the Force, throughout the film. Could Rey ever forgive Kylo for killing Han Solo?

Could Star Wars: The Last Jedi be the literal end of both the Sith and Jedi orders? This would make perfect sense if Lucasfilm/Disney want to move forward with “Force-users” who don’t belong to either side…almost a Grey Jedi.

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I guess we’ll know for sure on December 14/15 when the film premieres worldwide.