Rey is a powerful Jedi and Kylo Ren is the next Sith Lord in training. However, during Star Wars: The Last Jedi, fans will learn that they are not alone in the Force. Of course, there is another character who uses the force to build a broom. Here’s what we know about this enduring young boy character.
‘Broom Boy’ first appears in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’
Star Wars: The Last Jedi it introduced fans to some of the darkest parts of the galaxy. That includes a new planet, where Rose and Finn traveled to find the “master codebreaker. When Rose gives the baby a ring, she doesn’t know he’s strong with the force.
At the end of the film, fans see that this character uses the force to build a broom, with the final scene with the fort held as a beacon. This character, although not officially named in the Star Wars hemisphere, earning the title “Broom Boy” from fans.
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What happened to this ‘Star Wars’ character?
After The Last Jedi premiere, did fans flood social media with theories regarding this character? Could Rey train the next generation of Jedis? Would this character grow up to defeat the First Order in Providence?
Unfortunately, The Rise of Skywalker squashed a lot of speculation regarding Jedi Master Rey. It was with the help of Jedis’ past that Rey defeated the First Order and Emperor Palpatine. Broom’s boy is not found.
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In ‘The Rise of a Skywalker’ Rey was still training to be a Jedi
After the release of The Last Jedi, there was little information about the last film in the three-part series. Some believed that a lot of time could elapse between these flicks.
As a result, some thought that Rey might have trained this child, along with other forces, to fight against the First Order. This character never appeared The Rise of Skywalker.
Since fans have seen the last installment of the Skywalker Saga, it looks like they’ve seen the last of “Broom Boy.” The actor behind this Stable Boy was Temirlan Blaev and although it was not part of the last film in the sequel, he shared why he understood that the character’s story was not too important. .
“I wasn’t sure because it could have been, yes, it would have continued with my story, as Rey would have trained or helped me in some way,” said the actor, according to Cinemablend. “But then at the same time, am I that important?”
“Am I someone big or am I just a boy, a lucky boy in a galaxy far, far away? A lot of people were asking me [about returning], and I said, ‘We will have to wait to see if I will be called back.’ But I think I understand why it happened, ”he continued.
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