One of the main draws behind the new Star Wars films, set 30 years after the end of Return of the Jedi , is to appeal to the massive amount of love that people still have for the original trilogy. Just the news that Disney’s purchase of Fox will give the House of Mouse the rights to package the original films together with the new films in box sets was enough to excite fans. With passionate fans like that, director Rian Johnson was sure to pack in a number of Easter Eggs into Star Wars: The Last Jedi to reward longtime fans.

At the same time, though, The Last Jedi expands the Star Wars universes with a bunch of new alien characters, so that is the perfect place to hide celebrity cameos, as well, which The Last Jedi has in spades. Not only that, but there are a few instances where notable plot points come and go in the blink of an eye. On this list, we’ll be counting our favorite examples of all three of those occurrences — classic Easter Eggs, celebrity cameos and “Did you catch that?” moments — that we saw in Star Wars: The Last Jedi .

One of the images that the publicity machine behind Star Wars: The Last Jedi have worked the hardest on hiding is the image of Luke Skywalker when he shows up on the planet Crait. This is because Luke looks a lot different than he does when we see him on Ahch-To (which is most of the film, and all of the publicity photos that we see are of Luke on Ahch-To). The reason he looks different is because he is a manifestation of the Force.

One of the main draws behind the new Star Wars films, set 30 years after the end of Return of the Jedi , is to appeal to the massive amount of love that people still have for the original trilogy. Just the news that Disney’s purchase of Fox will give the House of Mouse the rights to package the original films together with the new films in box sets was enough to excite fans. With passionate fans like that, director Rian Johnson was sure to pack in a number of Easter Eggs into Star Wars: The Last Jedi to reward longtime fans.

At the same time, though, The Last Jedi expands the Star Wars universes with a bunch of new alien characters, so that is the perfect place to hide celebrity cameos, as well, which The Last Jedi has in spades. Not only that, but there are a few instances where notable plot points come and go in the blink of an eye. On this list, we’ll be counting our favorite examples of all three of those occurrences — classic Easter Eggs, celebrity cameos and “Did you catch that?” moments — that we saw in Star Wars: The Last Jedi .

One of the images that the publicity machine behind Star Wars: The Last Jedi have worked the hardest on hiding is the image of Luke Skywalker when he shows up on the planet Crait. This is because Luke looks a lot different than he does when we see him on Ahch-To (which is most of the film, and all of the publicity photos that we see are of Luke on Ahch-To). The reason he looks different is because he is a manifestation of the Force.

The title of Jedi Master was the highest formal rank obtainable by a member of the Jedi Order . Reserved for those who had shown exceptional devotion and skill as well as balance in the Force and often combat , only individuals who had been given the rank of Master could sit on the Jedi High Council , with few exceptions (such as the case of Anakin Skywalker ), or any of the three other Councils . [1]

It should be noted that the Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker , who may have surpassed all the Masters on the Council in raw power, was never granted the level of Master— despite the Supreme Chancellor Palpatine 's special appointment of him to the High Council during the Clone Wars ; something that had never been done in the history of the Order. [6] Other Masters, such as Qui-Gon Jinn were members of what was known as the Old Guard , or those Jedi that were under consideration for appointment to one of the Councils. In Master Jinn's case however, some members considered him too radical to sit on the esteemed body. [7]

While there were generally no locks at the Temple on Coruscant, there were a few chambers sealed to non-Masters. The Holocron Vaults in the Jedi Archives were sealed off to all but those members of the High Council, as was the Treasury located under the High Council Chamber . This was to ensure that the treasures of the Order did not fall into the wrong hands, especially the dangerous Sith holocrons found in the Archives Vaults. [1]


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