There's plenty of Star Wars: The Last Jedi rumors for you to feast below, mostly about Snoke but be warned, these details contain potential spoilers.
New details about Supereme Leader Snoke's physical appearance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi have leaked online, and it looks like we're finally going to learn more about the mysterious First Order ruler in the highly-anticipated sequel. The mysterious villain was introduced in The Force Awakens, and since then, fans have created a bunch of theories about the character. With Andy Serkis reprising his role, many are looking forward to learning more about Snoke's background and rise to power in The Last Jedi, and we're hoping that the film would answer some of the mysteries the character conjured.
Making Star Wars shared some details about Snoke's appearance, describing Snoke's new costume in The Last Jedi. In contrast to his dark robes that he wore in The Force Awakens, this time he's wearing a "gold silky robe" and slippers of the same color. Snoke's outfit is line in red, and this look was hinted in the book The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The site also claims that Snoke has a "fancy ring" rumored to hold a black Kyber crystal (the stuff used to make lightsabers). Last year's Rogue One referenced the Kyber, making it part of the Star Wars canon.
According to the site, Snoke spends the majority of his The Last Jedi screen time aboard a "Mega Destroyer" that contains his "palace". The Destroyer is said to be one of the largest ships ever seen in the series so far, and it's powered by 10 double-stacked engines. The new vehicle is essentially a "mobile command unit" that's described to be the First Order's main base of operations. Snoke's personal throne room is said to be "opulent".
It's also said that Snoke will have his own group of guards called "Praetorian Guards" - about six or eight of them who are similar to Palpatine's old royal guards. They wear "glossy red armor, shell plating, and matte red cloth elements for the capes." Each guard wields their own weapon. Unsurprisingly, they are said to have an action sequence in the film. The site also speculates that Kylo Ren will be accompanied by "black knights" (not Knights of Ren) when he goes to Ahch-To, but that's not officially confirmed.
The site went on to describe the other villains: Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma. Following his defeat at Starkiller base, Kylo wants to prove himself to Snoke and he won't be wearing his helmet as much in the sequel. Captain Phasma, who had a disappointing appearance in The Force Awakens, "actually fights this time"
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to release in theaters on December 15, 2017.