The Force Is Strong With This Tweet from Anthony Daniels

News of the highly-anticipated Star Wars film, Episode IX, has been scarce and with no presence at the Super Bowl, it seemed like we wouldn’t get anything from the film for a while. Anthony Daniels recently tweeted that he had finished filming Episode IX but now he’s tweeted something else. Something much more…astonishingly incredible. Here’s the tweet.

So, yes, it seems that we’ll be getting the title sooner rather than later and I am SO excited. With the words Stay tuned at the end of the tweet it’s just a matter of time before the world of Star Wars fandom explodes after the long-awaited title for Episode IX is announced.

Oh my gosh, this is exciting news. I can’t wait to share with you all the title.

Until then, I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day. May the Force be with you.

My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Twelve

The Test

Luke stood on a cliff, his hands clasped behind his back. The cool wind blew fiercely as the rising sun glowed brightly on the ocean’s horizon. He took a deep breath, closing his eyes as he relished the calming presence of the Force. And then he felt a disturbance. He smiled.

“So early, Master?” he asked.

He turned to find Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi approaching him, his ghostly form shimmering in the brilliance of the sunlight.

“Time is no longer a constant disturbance,” Obi-Wan commented.

Luke chuckled. “I wish I could say the same thing.”

Stopping beside Luke, Jedi Master Kenobi said, “I am surprised of your decision last night. After everything you have been through I surely thought you were ready to let the young woman leave.” He smiled. “I’m glad to see that you didn’t.”

Luke nodded. “There’s something special about her. I can’t quite put my finger on it but…she is the one that the galaxy needs right now.”

Obi-Wan walked to the edge of the cliff, gazing at the sunrise. “Hard times are coming, Luke.” He turned to Skywalker. “When the moment comes you will have to decide whether staying on this island for the rest of your days is the right choice. I cannot interfere.”

Luke smiled grimly. “You told me that once before.”

A hint of a smile touched Obi-Wan’s lips. “I meant it then and I mean it now. You will have to trust the Force Luke.”

With that final statement, he vanished, leaving Luke Skywalker to wonder what obstacles he would have to face in the future.

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