From Poe and Leia’s ironclad bond to the erratic Kylo Ren, the outlet has left no stone unturned in its coverage of the upcoming Star Wars sequel, and the spotlight has now turned toward the Skywalker twins: Luke and Leia.
Together with Han Solo, they were the anchor points of Lucasfilm’s original trilogy. And yet, the star-crossed duo spent the entirety of The Force Awakens on opposite ends of the galaxy, as Luke Skywalker’s exile drove him all the way to the remote Oceanic planet known as Ahch-To. He is, in the words of Mark Hamill, a “broken warrior” once The Last Jedi begins, but the question remains: will Rian Johnson’s follow-up signal a reunion for the Leia and her long-lost brother? Turns out it’s not as simple as it sounds.