J.J. Abrams Just Offered Fans A Major Clue Into Unraveling Rey’s Mysterious Past

The highly anticipated Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens introduced audiences everywhere to the extremely powerful but highly mysterious Rey.

Ever since the first trailers for the critically acclaimed continuation dropped, fans have been swapping their own ideas about how the Force-strong scavenger and future Jedi wound up on Jakku, with many subscribing to the idea that Rey is none other than the daughter of the one and only Luke Skywalker.

While this has not been confirmed in any way, several fans have taken to sharing their own theories of how the Jedi Master is related to the heroic Padawan online to the point that the rumors have reached The Force Awakens director, J.J. Abrams.
During a Q&A at the Tribeca Film Festival, Abrams said that Rey’s parents were not actually in The Force Awakens, which crushed the rumours that Rey is Skywalker’s daughter.

Her History Is Classified… It’s A Big Secret

However, the director later took a step back saying that Rey did not discover her parents in Episode VII. While the statement seems like the musings of Captain Obvious, it reopened the rumor mill and dumped confused fans right back into the mess.
Abrams went on to add that Rey’s parents may “already be in her world.” Meaning one other popular theory: That Rey is Leia and Han’s daughter and, subsequently, Kylo Ren’s (a.k.a. Ben’s) sister, could also be proven true.

Will It Be Father And Child Once Again?

final-proof-that-rey-is-luke-skywalker-s-child-in-star-wars-episode-7-probably-rey-is-862894

Star Wars Episode VIII is set to hit theaters Dec. 15, 2017, but fans will be able to get their fix from a galaxy far, far away later this year with the prequel to A New Hope with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story which is slated to land in theatres Dec. 16.

It Won’t Be Long Now

Source: http://therealstanlee.com/

Greetings Space Cadets, I’m Dr Ravenholm, (or DR Yuill-Kirkwood to people that know me). Welcome to my site Transparent-Aluminium.net to the uninitiated our name is in reference to one of my favourite things, Star Trek. My site was created mainly to showcase my photographic work, and my random expeditions and adventures. Other than my photography I love movies, and gaming on my Xbox and reading. Some of my favourites being Star Trek, Lord Of The Rings, Serenity, Firefly (Jewel Staite being the most beautiful girl in the verse), Mass Effect, Halo, and Skyrim, I could go on. I hope you enjoy my site and I can also be found in the following places… Twitter: @DRYuillKirkwood on Xbox Live: Dr Ravenholm, on Google+ and on Facebook.

Leave a Reply

Contact Us

You can learn more about our Transparent-Aluminium.net services here and more about myself here. Download our Brochure. All Prices and Services are subject to change.


Newsletter

Enter your E-mail address for the leftest updates right in your inbox.

XBOX LIVE

Xbox One
Find me on XBOX, Search for Dr Ravenholm and check out my 100k Gamerscore!

About Me

Dr. Ravenholm

Dr. Ravenholm

Greetings Space Cadets, I'm Dr Ravenholm, (or DR Yuill-Kirkwood to people that know me). Welcome to my site Transparent-Aluminium.net to the uninitiated our name is in reference to one of my favourite things, Star Trek. My site was created mainly to showcase my photographic work, and my random expeditions and adventures. Other than my photography I love movies, and gaming on my Xbox and reading. Some of my favourites being Star Trek, Lord Of The Rings, Serenity, Firefly (Jewel Staite being the most beautiful girl in the verse), Mass Effect, Halo, and Skyrim, I could go on. I hope you enjoy my site and I can also be found in the following places... Twitter: @DRYuillKirkwood on Xbox Live: Dr Ravenholm, on Google+ on Facebook.

Personal Links

Verified Services

View Full Profile →

Cart