Confirmed: Snoke isn't actually 20ft tall
After much speculation, Star Wars have given us our first full look at The Last Jedi’s antagonist, Supreme Leader Snoke.
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Since the First Order leader appeared as a 20ft hologram in The Force Awakens, fans have been theorising about Snoke’s origin, his link to the Sith and who the deformed leader actually might be.
As a part of Force Friday II, a whole mess of collectables and toys were released in anticipation for the eighth instalment in the Star Wars franchise. One of those toys was a Snoke figure and a model of his ship, The Supremacy.
See photos of Snoke and his ship below with the appropriate fan reactions.
Hamill explained “Luke changed, I think, more than the other characters in the original trilogy, from callow farm boy to a Jedi in training to finally a Jedi master.”
Hamill further discussed his hesitation to return to the series after such a long break from the role: “When they asked me to come back, it was scary. I thought, ‘Gee, it was hard to catch lightning in a bottle the first time. I don’t know if this is such a wise idea.’”