While several fans have continued to share their respective Star Wars 8 spoilers and theories on who the real father of Rey is, let us now look at the possibility of Jar Jar emerging as Supreme Leader Snoke.
Could there really be a possibility, or at least a clue, that would support this claim?
Amid the unending speculations about the man behind the birth of Daisy Ridley’s character, fans of the movie series have appeared to be wondering as well about who Supreme Leader Snoke really is.
As stated by Reddit user Lumpawarroo, Jar Jar Binks is Supreme Leader Snoke, and this will be revealed in Star Wars 8. He noted that as a skilled warrior, it is not only possible but “plausible” as well that he is the Supreme Leader of the First Order.
“While this does not in itself necessitate a connection with the Physical Force, it’s highly suggestive in the Star Wars universe– very rarely do we see ‘normal’ characters exhibiting extraordinary stuntwork or physical feats unless they are Jedi, Sith, or at least force sensitives,” the Reddit user wrote.
Lumpawarroo further noted that Jar Jar could have just been hiding his real identity, which will be uncovered in Star Wars 8, the fan theory suggested.
“But even if you choose to ignore Jar Jar’s seemingly magical prescience in battle, I believe that there is a particular scene in which we do see him clearly make use of the physical force,” the fan said.
How he fought against the battledroid tank all by himself and how precise he targeted his enemies even with the blaster tied around his ankle were just among the instances where he showed his undeniable “incredible” talent as a skilled warrior.
Amid this Star Wars 8 theory and possible spoilers, the Reddit user continued to emphasize that fans must never discount the fact that Jar Jar is also a “master of Jedi Mind Control.”
Back in November 2015, Andy Serkis admitted to Entertainment Weekly that he was so keen, too, about knowing the true identity of his character in “Star Wars.”
However, he shared that Jar Jar “obviously” is among the bad guys and a “long-range schemer,” something which would be answered finally in Star Wars 8.