The latest "Star Wars Episode 8" spoilers are out and the report is no less exciting. The latest set of rumors indicate the true power of the villain Kylo Ren, who was last seen the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
"Star Wars Episode 8" is expected to focus on the training that will be imparted to Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey (Daisy Ridley). Both of these characters were seen face-to-face in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
In the last "Star Wars" movie, Supreme Leader Snoke was seen telling General Hux that now it is time to complete Kylo Ren's training. A new video posted by YouTube user Mike Zeroh explores the intensity and the extent of Kylo Ren's training provided by Leader Snoke.
According to Zeroh, Kylo Ren was not completely on the Dark Side in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." He was a bit nervous and did not have complete control over his powers. In fact, he lost his fight to Rey, who was not even aware that she had special powers.
Zeroh believed that Kylo Ren lost to Rey not because he was wounded, but because he was still a bit unsure of himself. His nervousness is evident from the scene where he talks to iconic villain Darth Vader's helmet. He was also filled with doubt after he killed his own father, Han Solo (Harrison Ford).
Whether Kylo Ren will be able to achieve his greatest power in "Star Wars Episode 8" is still a question. He has always been in fear that he will never be able to achieve the power that his grandfather, Darth Vader, once had.
Zeroh believes that there may be an encounter between Kylo Ren and his uncle, Luke Skywalker in the next movie. While Luke Skywalker may remain more powerful than his nephew, Kylo Ren may be able to become equally or even more powerful than Rey. But it is not sure whether he will return to the light side by the end of the movie or not.
Meanwhile, the title for "Star Wars Episode 8" has not been officially released yet. The Cinema Blend reports that it could be "Tale of the Jedi Temple" or "The Order of The Dark Side." The film will hit the theatres in December 2017.