Whether you've seen the latest movie in the Star Wars franchise, The Last Jedi, or are still excited about the upcoming movies, you're likely curious about what happened to Luke Skywalker. In the movie, he was left with his hand mangled and was presumed dead. Eventually, he found peace and became a Jedi, but there is still much mystery surrounding what happened to him and his hand.
The Last Jedi
Despite his many failures, Luke Skywalker is one of the greatest Jedi Masters. He helped bring balance to the galaxy in the original Star Wars trilogy. He was also responsible for training a new generation of Jedi. His final act of heroism was meant to be a beacon of hope for rebels. He knew that he saved the galaxy and died peacefully.
In The Last Jedi, Luke finds inner peace and reconnects with the Force. He has a new appreciation for Rey and the Resistance. He even realizes that Darth Vader is his father. He also realizes that the Jedi legacy is a failure.
In The Last Jedi, Luke faces some confrontations from his past. He also comes face to face with his former apprentice, Rey. He also learns that Kylo Ren is helping the First Order take over the galaxy. He has to decide whether he wants to change his relationship with Rey.
The Force Awakens
Having played Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy, Mark Hamill returned for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens. While Hamill's return to Star Wars is a great thing for fans, there's been a lot of questions about what role Luke would have played in the film.
Originally, Hamill was going to be on set to bond with the cast. While he was, however, the Star Wars project was put on hold. A recent report stated that there would be a delay in the writing of the script for Episode VII.
Hamill was vocal about his thoughts on social media. He recently revealed the Star Wars moment that still makes him cringe. It's the scene in Empire Strikes Back where Darth Vader cuts off Luke Skywalker's hand.
The Rise of Skywalker
Despite being the sequel to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Rise of Skywalker misses the mark with some plot and character decisions. This movie also has some fun nods to earlier Star Wars movies, but the lack of surprises compared to the Star Wars movies of the past may have hurt the film.
The film is helmed by J.J. Abrams and co-written with Oscar Isaac, Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley. The film also features Keri Russell and Richard E. Grant, as well as Oscar Isaac and Lupita Nyong'o. It's set to be released in less than six months, and has generated substantial buzz.
The film also features new female characters. Many vocal fans found the addition of Rey to the Star Wars universe unappealing. Despite the fact that the film's writers re-worked her backstory to be more similar to Luke Skywalker, the new character's origins were less than impressive.
Whether or not you have been a fan of Star Wars for a long time, chances are you have heard about Obi-Wan Kenobi. The Jedi Master is one of the most famous characters in the series. He has appeared in all three of the original Star Wars films, as well as the prequel trilogy.
He was originally portrayed by Sir Alec Guinness. The actor was 28-30 years old at the time of the original trilogy, but he looks and acts older in the Supermorff version.
Obi-Wan's training began with the Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn. As Obi-Wan learned the art of lightsaber combat, he honed his skills until he was virtually unbeatable. He later helped Luke in his Jedi training. In addition to guiding Luke in his training, Obi-Wan taught Luke to connect his moral compass with the Force.
The fate of his severed hand
Among Star Wars fans, there is a lot of debate about the fate of Luke Skywalker's severed hand. The speculation reaches as far back as A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. Various comic books and expanded content have all made references to it.
One of the most exciting things about the Star Wars franchise is that it has been used for several novels, comic books, games, and other forms of expanded content. The infamous 'Hand of Luke' has been used as a running gag in many fan films and fan fiction.
The 'Hand of Luke' has been depicted in numerous films, including A New Hope, Attack of the Clones, and Addams Family Values. It was also used in the Star Wars: The Dark Empire comic series, which shows intact Coruscant.