If there's one thing that's true of the Star Wars films, it's that there's a ton of information spread throughout. Not only are the films loaded with details, but the cartoons, television series, and everything emblazoned with the words "Star Wars" includes rich and detailed lore about the characters, events, and locations in the Star Wars universe. Chief among those fans find interesting is Luke Skywalker, and over the years, plenty of small details have been revealed about the Jedi Master.
Fans have picked apart every aspect of Luke Skywalker, finding interesting details that make the films worth a rewatch, especially the Original Trilogy, which features some of the best Luke Skywalker moments in the franchise. Still, no matter how many times you watch the franchise, there's no way to see every detail that shows up on the screen. Nevertheless, plenty of people have noticed them and posted their interesting Star Wars findings on the MovieDetails subreddit. This list looks at some of the best Luke Skywalker details from the Star Wars films that demand a rewatch.
Luke's Force Projection Doesn't Scrape The Salt When He Walks
From Redditor u/cdeverett:
In The Last Jedi, Kylo Ren's foot scrapes away the salt. Luke's does not.Cool detail?
Luke Uses The Force To Ignite His Lightsaber In 'Empire'
From Redditor u/thecircularblue:
In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), when Luke Skywalker uses the Force to bring his lightsaber to himself, he lights it in the air before it lands in his hand.Cool detail?
Luke's Hand In 'Last Jedi' Has Blaster Damage From A Scene In 'Return Of The Jedi'
From Redditor u/Mad_Rascal:
In The Last Jedi, you can tell Luke has the same hand from the OT because of the blaster damage from when he was shot in Return of the Jedi.Cool detail?
Luke Addresses Obi-Wan Differently After He Learns The Truth
From Redditor u/baxterrocky:
This scene in Return of the Jedi is the ONLY instance of Luke addressing his mentor as “Obi-Wan,” rather than Ben Kenobi. When confronting Ben about lying about his father’s death, Luke levels the accusation at the stranger he never knew, rather than the gentle old man he admired.Cool detail?