A ‘Star Wars’ fan theory about Luke and Leia having a third sibling was accidentally fueled by ‘The Force Awakens.’
The fandom of Star Wars is unlike any other in the universe. Well, it’s a made-up world, but the sheer amount of novels, stories, fan theories, fan films, toys, advertisements, video games, and other types demonstrates something much greater.
It can also be the secret to comprehending the world in ways that even filmmakers miss. As a result, basic ideas, whether valid or not, contribute to the shaping of the universe in ways that are difficult to forget.
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In the first film, Luke and Leia were introduced as possible lovers. Lucas had plans for a sequel at the time, but he wanted his film to stand on its own if the sequels didn’t materialize. When Darth Vader revealed that he was not only Luke’s father, but also Leia’s sister, the relationship went from awkward teenage bliss to something more awkward and taboo.
Luke and Leia’s friendship was forever changed, as Inverse points out. While Leia married Han Solo and raised a family while remaining in the resistance, Luke rose through the ranks of the Jedi Order and eventually found himself secluded on an island after his nephew, Leia’s uncle, joined the dark side. The two were joined in the force because of their familial relationship, though it was rarely seen directly on-screen. They’re
They were the only Skywalker siblings as far as the audience understood. After all, the third prequel depicted their birth, naming, and eventual separation as a way of ensuring their safety. If you believe one common fan theory, their story might have an unspoken dynamic that goes beyond the usual internet gossip.
Was there a third brother or sister?
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