Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Original Trilogy Connections Revealed
Some new connections between Star Wars: The Last Jedi and the original trilogy have been revealed. The sequel trilogy has proven incredibly popular – The Force Awakens made $2 billion worldwide and The Last Jedi is 2017’s most anticipated film – and a lot of that comes from its balance of the old and new. Episode VII obviously featured several major returning characters as well as a galaxy heavily informed by the Rebel/Empire conflict (right down to another planet-destroying superweapon), but it also went to great lengths to show new characters and locations (even if they were twists on the classic archetypes and iconography). Episode VIII moves us further into the new era, although it will actually have evenmore tangible links to the past. On top of heavily influenced designs like the TIE Silencer, we just learned of some more impactful connections. Related: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Toy Teasing New Death Star? The first comes care of the Sphero app used to control the impressive remote droid toys. This has already revealed Snoke’s Mega Star Destroyer and and now shows us the Raddus (via Reddit). The good guys’ own gigantic ship (it’s twice the size of the Mon
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