If there's one thing Star Wars fans can agree on its that no one can agree on 2017's Star Wars: The Last Jedi. From letting the past die to Rose not letting Finn die, there's a lot to chew on in Rian Johnson's film. Here are some of the most fascinating details that the Redditors on r/moviedetails spotted.
Mark Hamill's Children Make Cameos As Resistance SoldiersPhoto: u/Retrogradefoco / Reddit12717Belongs in the sacred texts?
Luke's Robotic Hand Is Still Damaged From The Shot In 'Return Of The Jedi'
From Redditor u/AvroLancaster45:
In Return of the Jedi (1983) the shot that Luke’s robotic hand received is still there in The Last Jedi (2017)984Belongs in the sacred texts?
The Door To Luke's Hut Is A Salvaged Piece Of His X-Wing
From Redditor u/xraig88:
The door to Luke’s hut is a salvaged S-foil wing from Luke’s X-wing.1007Belongs in the sacred texts?
'Han Says Hi' Is Written On One Of The Bombs Dropped By The Resistance
From Redditor u/Caterpill420:
The phrase "Han Says Hi" can be seen on a Proton bomb used to destroy a First Order Dreadnought. It's written in 'Aurebesh', the most used language in the Star Wars Universe.9412Belongs in the sacred texts?