The last time we saw Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu, he was pushed through a window when he was electrocuted by Emperor Palpatine. The new fan theory supports the idea that Mace Windu actually experienced her epic encounter with Palpatine. Moreover, this theory supports the idea that Samuel L. Jackson will return to the Star Wars universe in the next installment of Mandalorian 2. This is accompanied by massive speculation that another legendary Jedi will also play the cameo role, since a leak in the title of the episode suggests that Jedi Master Luke Skywalker will return as Mark Hamill.
Yes, these two fantastic Star Wars theories are gaining strength, although there is no indication that Mace Windu will return to the light saber. Just as Mark Hamill wants nothing more to do with the Star Wars universe after his public complaint about the fate of Luke Skywalker in the trilogy, the Force awakens. There is no indication that Samuel Jackson will appear in the future in the current Star Wars franchise, but that has not stopped the fans from developing theories about how these two Jedi masters could return.
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Starting Halloween, the 2nd. The mandalorian season continues every Thursday at midnight with new episodes, and fans are getting ready to watch chapter 13 at short notice. Many believe that Ahsoka Tano will make her long-awaited debut live with Rosario Dawson. The title of the upcoming episode, which has been leaked, is Jedi. Although many believe that John Favraux and his creative team are about to throw a big curveball, and that the Jedi mentioned in the title is not Ahsoka, but Luke Skywalker or Mace Windu.
The first theory about Mace Windu is not entirely new. Many have long suspected that Mace Windu was alive after being electrocuted and shot by Palpatine from this window. Mace Windu’s body was never found, and the fact that Bob Fett and Darth Mol died a crueller death to be resurrected means that anything is possible. The latest Star Wars fan theory says that Mace landed Windu on his feet and shortly afterwards went underground and fought the Empire out of the shadows. Some people think he did it under the mask of a Mandalorian helmet. Which won’t make Mando very happy.
It is believed that the fate of Yoda Baby, officially known as Infant, is linked to the life of Mace Windu after the Sith’s revenge, and Samuel L. Jackson and George Lucas claim that Mace was actually alive. The theory is that Mace Windu is the one who unleashes the child’s full potential.
The publisher u/TheMediocreCritic turns to Luke Skywalker and the theories that when Mando Ahsoka meets Tano, she will bring him to Dagoba because she believes Master Yoda is still alive. Upon arriving on a planet that hasn’t been on the screen since the return of the Jedi in 1983, they will discover that Yoda died after a fight with Luke Skywalker. The theory is that Lukas Ahsoka can help the child learn by giving signs of Mando to defeat Moff Gideon.
The theory also says that Ahsoka will give Luke Skywalker a new perspective on his father, Anakin Skywalker, before he switches to the dark side and becomes Darth Vader, as she was his padawan and knew him during the Clone Wars.
The downside of this particular Star Wars theory is that Mark Hamill has matured in the Mandalorian timeline as Luke Skywalker, although they may have used the aging technology we’ve seen in MCU and Rogue One. Others think that Sebastian Stan may have taken over the role of Luke Skywalker, although he was probably too busy filming the Falcon and the Winter Soldier to be credible. Moreover, Luke Skywalker never remembers the existence of the child in a trilogy from the Disney sequel. In all likelihood, the couple never met.
It is unlikely that Luke Skywalker or Mace Windu will appear in season 2 of the Mandalorian Sea. But they make very good theories and have fun thinking about what would happen if. This Thursday at midnight, Chapter 13 of Mandaloreanism makes its debut. So don’t fall asleep too much, eat the whole turkey and don’t miss it.
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