LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 16: Mark Hamill attends the European Premiere of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' at Leicester Squar
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There's been an awakening; have you felt it? It's the Star Wars content industrial complex, revving back up to light speed even with Episode VIII: The Last Jedi 10 months away. Yesterday's investigations into an empty toy box featuring Rey rocking a new hairstyle were kind of a reach, but today we've got something significant: The riddle to the title may be solved.

Various sites have pointed out that Star Wars' international accounts tweeted out their own translated The Last Jedi logos, and a number of them refer to Jedi as plural.

So no, Luke Skywalker will probably not be the last of an elegant order from a more civilized age, nor, necessarily, will Rey. And by the way, if Anakin Skywalker does show up as a Force ghost, as predicted by this terrific theory, he might even convert Kylo Ren back to regular Jedi status, minus all the emo Sith-iness.

Daisy Ridley previously teased The Last Jedi as having "such a good story," promising that "Luke is so cool in this one." Oscar Isaac said to expect "the dark second chapter, but not really dark."

2019's Episode IX, which will come from Jurassic World/Safety Not Guaranteed director Colin Trevorrow, does not yet have a title, although there's a good viral suggestion:

Watch a New York Comic Con rookie and veteran navigate the convention together: