The international title translations for Star Wars: The Last Jedi were unveiled today, suggesting that the use of Jedi in the title is indeed plural and not singular, seemingly bringing an end to the burning speculation which has been plaguing fans since Lucasfilm officially announced the title last month.
The reveals of the international title translations came from the official international twitter accounts for Star Wars. While these titles do not officially confirm the use of Jedi in the title, the fact that each of the international titles use the world in a plural sense certainly supports the argument that the title is referring to both Luke and Rey.
— Star Wars España (@StarWarsSpain) February 17, 2017
Gli Ultimi Jedi, dicembre 2017 al cinema. pic.twitter.com/t0AuvTrmSK
— Star Wars Italia (@StarWarsIT) February 17, 2017
— Star Wars France (@StarWarsFR) February 17, 2017
— GamesBrasil (@GamesBrasil) February 17, 2017
What do you guys think? Is this all the confirmation you need to be sure The Last Jedi refers to both Luke and Rey? Whether or not the use is singular or plural, the only thing we know for sure is that the question will not truly be answered until the film arrives this upcoming holiday season.
You can check out our thoughts on who The Last Jedi could be here.
The film stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, Benicio del Toro, Laura Dern, Kelly Marie Tran, and Andy Serkis.
An official synopsis has yet to be released but it is known the film will pick up exactly where Episode VII left off with Rey (Daisy Ridley) confronting Luke (Mark Hamil) on Ahch-To with her plea-turned-demand for him to return to the galaxy with her in an effort to restore balance to the force.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters December 15, 2017.