Indeed, while promoting The Last Jedi as part of Entertainment Weekly’s newly-unveiled December issue, Star Wars veteran Mark Hamill warned that his on-screen legend will be little more than a “broken warrior” by the time Rey touches down on Ahch-To.
Still reeling from the destruction of his Jedi Academy, for which he holds himself partly accountable (“I’ve seen this raw strength once before. It didn’t scare me then. It does now”), Luke will be a haunted shell of his former self when Star Wars: The Last Jedi begins, which leaves Rey with little choice but to rekindle his connection with the Force.
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