'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Theory: Kylo Ren Guilty Over Han Solo Death, Reconnects With Rey, Luke Skywalker [SPOILERS]

6:14 AM EST 2/22/2017 by Anya Bell, Celebeat Reporter

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There are several theories surrounding "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", most of which have more to do with Rey and Luke Skywalker. However, there are also speculations that Kylo Ren will be the one who will undergo major character development in "Episode VII". Is it possible that the death of Han Solo has made Ren change his mind about Supreme Leader Snoke and the First Order?

Kylo Ren became the most hated character in "The Force Awakens" after he killed Han Solo to complete his training under Supreme Leader Snoke (via YouTube). It may have looked like a cold, calculated move, but some believe that Ren was torn by the idea of murdering his own father. Will Leia's son decide to leave the First Order and reconnect with Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"? Could Ren join forces with Rey in "Episode VIII"?

The possibility of Kylo Ren feeling guilty over the death of Han Solo was discussed by Mike Zeroh. The Youtuber believes that Ren looked like he regretted killing his father, which could lead to the character experiencing some anxiety in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi". But will his guilt be enough to make Ren decide to leave the First Order and reunite with Luke Skywalker? Could this mean "Episode VIII" will find Ren fighting alongside Rey to escape Supreme Leader Snoke?

There is a long-standing theory that Kylo Ren will turn his back on the First Order and use the Force for good in the next two "Star Wars" films (via Blastr). There is a possibility that he expected the death of Han Solo will help him embrace the Dark Side, but it may have backfired. After all, Leia Organa did say that she still senses the light in her son. The major twist in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" might be Ren's decision to reunite with Luke Skywalker and abandon Supreme Leader Snoke. "Episode VIII" will premiere on December 15.

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