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    The official title for star wars: Episode viii revealed




    It’s official: The title of the next Star Wars movie will be Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The title was announced via Star Wars’ website this morning.

    It’s a title that will open up a lot of speculation as to who, exactly, it’s referring to: Luke Skywalker, who reappeared at the end of 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens, maybe? Or perhaps Rey, who showed some affinity with the Force herself in the same movie? The movie’s logo also begs the question “What’s with the red?” For now, no one is saying anything—but the title reveal might mean that we’re closer to the first trailer for the movie than many suspected.

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi, written and directed by Rian Johnson, hits theaters December 15.





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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s red font is a cause for concern




    Star Wars: Episode VIII has its name: The Last Jedi. A poster for the film announcing its full subtitle made it online this morning, and fans are already beside themselves because of it. The reason? The familiar Star Wars logo, usually seen in yellow, is now red.

    That can’t be a good sign, according to Star Wars fans. Red is always a mark of bad things to come — although, knowing very little about the movie thus far, we’re not sure yet what those bad things are, exactly. Still, the color alone is enough for fans on Twitter to start holding their breath and crossing their fingers that whatever horrible events are afoot, their favorite characters will be spared.

    For what it’s worth, The Force Awakens had some very, very horrible things happen in its last act; we won’t spoil them for you, in case you still have yet to see the movie. But that film had the traditional yellow logo, which could mean one of two things: Either The Last Jedi gets even darker, or fans are getting worked up for no reason.

    The Empire Strikes Back, another film that featured a cavalcade of terrible events, had the Star Wars title in yellow as well. By comparison, the original title of Star Wars: Episode VI — Revenge of the Jedi — used the red font, and that film, under the name Return of the Jedi, went on to have a relatively happy ending.

    Star Wars: The Clone Wars notably used a red version of the font in two separate episodes. That was meant as a tribute to the Sith, and particularly the villain Darth Maul, who returned during a two-part arc in the animated series.

    We’ve already speculated on the possible happenings in The Last Jedi, and just to whom that title could pertain. As for the red, however, there’s a lot of different things it could mean — but for fans, the prevailing theory is that shit’s about to get very, very real for the new Star Wars trilogy.





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