15 October 2019 03:50

A recent new fan theory argues that Rey’s parents are Luke Skywalker and Palpatine’s daughter.

'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' Newest Trailer Coming Soon -

Home News Rudy Ortega October 12th, 2019 - 8:32 PM Rumors are swirling that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker's newest trailer will be shown during the Patriots vs. Jets Monday Night Football game on Oct. 21st. The much anticipated sequel is set conclude the Skywalker saga, with many believing that tickets will go on sale the moment the trailer ends during halftime. October is a familiar time for Disney to broadcast Star Wars-related material, since both The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were shown during similar Monday Night Football time-frames. Since October 21st was the late Carrie Fisher's birthday, one could even look at this choice of date as a clever homage from Disney to the actress and fans alike.

Given how Disney already owns the rights to ESPN, it would only make sense for them to push the final installment of their beloved franchise at a time where it will get millions of views. If there aren't any delays, fans will be delighted to know that they inch that much closer to seeing the finale when it comes to an end on Dec. 20th. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is directed by J.J Abrams and produced by Kathleen Kennedy. Check out the most recent trailer from D23 below. There are a number of big mysteries facing Star Wars fans ahead of The Rise of Skywalker.

Who are Rey's parents really and how is Palpatine back? There have been all kinds of theories out there and now one claims that Rey's heritage is both of the Skywalker and Palpatine lines. A fan argues that her parents are none other than Luke Skywalker and Palpatine's daughter. "Later on during their training, her combined power of both Skywalker and Palpatine blood scares him. "She will not know about her Skywalker heritage yet.

READ MORE: STAR WARS 9 THEORY – PALPATINE IS ONE OF THE KNIGHTS OF REN The Rise of Skywalker is set to conclude the Skywalker saga this December, but that definitely won't be it for the whole Star Wars franchise. Lucasfilm has numerous movies in the works from various in-demand creators and filmmakers and while the studio has yet to outline their schedule for the next few years, we may now know which post-Sequel Trilogy project is up first. It's been rumored for a while now that coming up next is the series of films from Game of Thrones showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff and sources close to WGTC – the same ones who told us Ewan McGregor was returning as Obi-Wan back in May – say that this is still the case and the next Star Wars movie to hit theaters will be the first installment in their trilogy. This also fits with Rian Johnson's latest comments on his own SW trilogy. Reports have cast doubt on it happening several times now and The Last Jedi director's own words about it seemed to suggest that he isn't so sure it's going ahead at this stage, either.

Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige was also hired to develop at least one movie, and possibly another trilogy, last month, but that obviously won't be here for a while. New Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Stills Showcase Rey, Rose And A Knight Of Ren 1 of 8 Click to skip MORE FROM THE WEB Click to zoom As for what the Thrones' creators trilogy could be about, no story details have been released as yet and while it was originally thought that it would be set in the Old Republic period, we're not too sure if that's the case anymore as it seems a separate Knights of the Old Republic series is also in development, with Laeta Kalogridis providing the script. In any case, hopefully we'll learn more once The Rise of Skywalker is out in theaters but until then, tell us, are you interested to see how the Game of Thrones showrunners tackle the Star Wars universe? In just over two months time Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker hits cinemas. While we're still waiting for that final trailer and hopefully a proper look at Palpatine's return, the film's tickets presale date and run time may have been revealed – but do take the information with a pinch of salt since it's not confirmed yet.

DR Movie News reports: "BREAKING: Theaters nationwide are receiving a 'TENTATIVE' run-time of 2 hours & 35 minutes for #StarWars 'The Rise of Skywalker'." Considering The Last Jedi was 2 hours and 32 minutes, that sounds about right. They added: "Which means that a ticket drop date is imminent (most likely Monday, October 21st)." Meanwhile, it was rumoured the final The Rise of Skywalker trailer would drop on that date, but now it looks very likely to be tomorrow. The leak came from John Boyega's agent, who posted Monday 14th as the trailer release date. Femi Oguns posted a picture of the Star Wars leads with the ESPN Monday Night Football logo. He wrote: "The next @starwarsmovies trailer out Monday. READ MORE: STAR WARS 9 TRAILER WITH MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL? Star Wars 9 Rise of Skywalker tickets presale date and run time REVEALED? BREAKING: Theaters nationwide are receiving a "TENTATIVE" run-time of 2 hours & 35 minutes for #StarWars 'The Rise of Skywalker', which means that a ticket drop date is imminent (most likely Monday, October 21st). pic.twitter.com/byjMyYxX6h — DR Movie News (@DRMovieNews1) October 13, 2019 Just what secrets will be revealed in The Rise of Skywalker? A recent new fan theory argues that Rey's parents are Luke Skywalker and Palpatine's daughter. Reddit user james27503 wrote: "I think we will find out that somehow Luke got up with Palps daughter. Rey is the offspring of Luke and Palpatine's daughter to be named. "Luke worried that the Emperor's spirit or maybe himself or whatever is coming for her, does the only thing he knows to do, hides her away, and removes himself from the Force as not to be used as a method to get to her." Hopefully Palpatine will finally be seen in the new Rise of Skywalker trailer Star Wars 9 poster