It still remains to be seen exactly what Star Wars: The Last Jedi means. Some have pointed out that the plural of Jedi is "Jedi," so it could conceivably be talking about Luke Skywalker and Rey, whom many presume Luke will train in the new film. Thanks to the language difference, the Brazilian Star Wars account hinted that it might be referencing just Luke when it tweeted the news yesterday, but they almost immediately deleted that tweet and replaced it with the English version of the title, which doesn't have a gender (or group) association.
As we all continue to parse the mystery and speculate about the future, the AP (via /Film) sat down with star Mark Hamill and asked him what he thinks about the new title. Turns out he's known about it for quite some time. What do you all think about it?
The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15, 2017.