The latest news about "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will reveal some details about Luke that might make sense to die-hard followers of the space movie saga. They say that Luke is suffering from PTSD. This rumor was based on what the Jedi knight have gone through all his life.
Luke Has Experienced Terrible Things
Fans of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will recall that in the second trilogy of the franchise, Luke has gone through many terrible experiences and lost a number of loved ones. In episode 8 of the space saga, fans were told that he lost Ben Solo to Supreme Leader Snoke after initially training him to be a Jedi knight.
Is He Now Suffering From PTSD?
These are plenty of reasons for Luke to be grumpy, unhappy and depressed. So, the latest theory is that the fans will see Luke in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" a grumpy, cantankerous old man suffering from PTSD. His being in this condition could color his relationship with Rey as he trains her in the next episode of the movie.
Is Snoke The Evil Twin Brother Of Anakin?
Meanwhile, there are also rumors indicating that Snoke could be the evil twin brother of Anakin Skywalker. These rumors draw its substance from "Darth Plaqueis," a novel by James Luceno. In this "Star Wars" novel, Plaqueis manipulated life by using the Force. He attempted to create life from scratch.
This Is How It Could Have Happened
The "Star Wars" canon says Plaqueis' experiment failed. However, the Force reacted to his experiment by creating the child of Shmi Skywalker, Anakin. But there is a corollary theory that says Plaqueis achieved partial success in his attempt of creating life. And this was what gave birth to Snoke.
If this is true, it will make "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" more interesting to watch because it will make Snoke the twin brother of Anakin Skywalker. Should this be true, and if Luke learns about this story about his father, it will even add more to his depression. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why the latest news says that Luke is suffering from PTSD.