The last time we saw Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu, he was thrown through a window while he was electrocuted by Emperor Palpatine. A new fan theory supports the idea that Mace Windu actually survived his epic clash with Palpatine. Not only that, this theory assumes the idea that Samuel L. Jackson made his return to the war of stars Universe in an upcoming episode of The Mandalorian Season 2. This has been linked to mass speculation that another legendary Jedi will also make a cameo, as a leaked episode title suggests Jedi master Luke Skywalker will return as played by Mark Hamill.
Yes, both war of stars Fan theories are finding some resonance, though there’s no evidence that Mace Windu will return to wield his lightsaber again. Nor that Mark Hamill wants something else to do with it war of stars Universe after public complaint about the fate of Luke Skywalker in The Force Awakens Trilogy. There is no indication that Samuel Jackson will perform anywhere in the future war of stars Franchise, but that hasn’t stopped fans from building theories on how these two Master Jedi could get back.
The Mandalorian Season 2 has been releasing new episodes every Thursday night at midnight since Halloween, and fans are preparing to see Chapter 13 early enough. Many believe that Ahsoka Tano will make her long-awaited debut in live action as played by Rosario Dawson. The leaked title for this upcoming episode is “The Jedi”. Though some people believe that Jon Favreau and his creative team are about to throw a big curve ball and that the Jedi identified in the title is not Ahsoka but either Luke Skywalker or Mace Windu.
The first theory about Mace Windu isn’t exactly new. Many have long suspected that Mace Windu was alive after he was electrified by Palpatine and shot through this window. Mace Windu’s body was never recovered, and the fact that both Boba Fett and Darth Maul died more cruel fates to be resurrected later means anything is possible. The newest war of stars Fan theory believes that Mace Windu landed on his feet and soon went into hiding to fight the Empire from the shadows. Some believe he did this under the guise of a Mandalorian helmet. Which won’t make Mando very happy.
The fate of Baby Yoda, officially known as The Child, is believed to be intertwined with Mace Windu’s life afterwards Revenge of the Sithand both Samuel L. Jackson and George Lucas claim that Mace lived. The theory assumes that it will be Mace Windu who unlocks the child’s full potential.
Redditor u / TheMediocreCritic moves on to Luke Skywalker and suspects that if Mando meets Ahsoka Tano, he will take him to Dagobah because he believes Master Yoda is still alive. After arriving on the planet that has not been seen on the screen since Return of the Jedi In 1983 they will discover that Yoda is dead after meeting Luke Skywalker. The theory goes on that Luke could help Ahsoka train the child in the Paths of Power while giving Mando clues on how to defeat Moff Gideon.
It is also believed that Ahsoka will give Luke Skywalker new insights into his father, Anakin Skywalker, before turning to the dark side and becoming Darth Vader, as she was his padawan and knew him during the Clone Wars.
The downside of this particular war of stars The theory is that Mark Hamill has aged from playing Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian Timeline, although they could use the obsolescence technology we saw in the MCU and Rogue One. Others theorize further that Sebastian Stan could take on the role of Luke Skywalker, although he was likely too busy shooting The falcon and the winter soldier so that this is plausible. There’s also the fact that Luke Skywalker never mentions The Child’s existence in the Disney sequel trilogy. Most likely, the couple never met.
Luke Skywalker or Mace Windu is unlikely to show up in The Mandalorian Season 2. But they make good theories, and it’s fun to wonder what if. Chapter 13 of The Mandalorian will debut this Thursday at midnight. So don’t be too tired when you eat the whole turkey, you don’t want to miss it.