The Star Wars sequel trilogy that began in 2015 with Star Wars: The Force Awakens and continued with 2017's polarizing Star Wars: The Last Jedi reaches its conclusion this week with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker . With four years and countless universe-expanding films, television series, novels, video games, and other franchise tie-ins filling the gap between The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker , fans have had plenty of time — and research material — to speculate on what this chapter could mean for the greatest sci-fi saga of all time. While middling early reviews have already made a statement, Lucasfilm and the Star Wars team are doing their best to maintain the mystery heading into the film's official debut in theaters on Friday. With that in mind, here are the five biggest questions we want The Rise of Skywalker to answer. Who are Rey's parents? In one of many controversial moments in The Last Jedi , Kylo Ren tells Rey (and all of us, really) that Rey's parents were inconsequential. ("They were filthy junk traders who sold you off for drinking money," are his exact words.) But here's the thing: He's not exactly a trustworthy narrator… Read full this story
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