4. The Boy and The Broom
Remember the mysterious slave child at the end of The Last Jedi who uses the Force to gravitate a broom into his hand to sweep the stables and then raises the handle to the sky like a Jedi would a lightsaber? We do.
The boy with the broom might seem like an insignificant character to some, but to those of us who will look under each and every plot rock to find a hidden meaning, broom boy is all-important. While the young boy’s small but powerful end role might have only been meant as a symbol for the final battle soon to come, there could be more to it.
Maybe it’s because we desperately want another story like Anakin’s: a natural-born Jedi leader breathed into existence by the Force. Or maybe we want to believe there’s some underground Jedi training going on, something that could be explored with another trilogy. Either way, the boy and the broom give us “a new hope” that Rey and Kylo’s story isn’t the last we’ll see play out in this universe. Consider this our formal request to give broom boy his own film.