Daisy Ridley
Actress Daisy Ridley arrives at the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in Hollywood, California December 14, 2015. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

With “Star Wars: Episode 8” starting off at Ahch-To right from where the story left off in “The Force Awakens,” a big question on everyone’s mind is how Rey will be trained as a Jedi by Luke Skywalker. A new fan theory gives some hints about what the training will be like in the movie.

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A new theory posted on the YouTube channel of Mike Zeroh talks about Rey’s (Daisy Ridley) training. The video begins by pointing out that Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) may adopt a similar method to Yoda in “Empire Strikes Back,” in which the young Padawan Luke learnt from the Mater Jedi on the swamp planet Degobah.

Although there may be some elements of the training from Degobah that may be used in the movie to give the fans a sense of nostalgia, the theory states that Director Rian Johnson may have something new up his sleeve.

One of the movies that may have inspired Johnson for the training scenes in “Star Wars: Episode 8,” according to Mike, is “Batman Begins.” The theory talks about the specific sequence in the movie in which Ra’s Al Ghul (Liam Neeson) trains Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale).

The other movie that could have inspired Johnson is “Kill Bill: Vol. 2.” Mike suggests that the interaction between Rey and Luke could be similar to that of Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) and Pai Mei (Chia-Hui Liu). One big difference between the two would be that Luke would not be funny, the way Pai Mei was.

Mike believes that Luke will mostly be seen not using his lightsaber in “Star Wars: Episode 8” while training Rey. He thinks the Jedi Master will mostly observe his new apprentice and watch over her, and consider her capabilities. Luke will use his green lightsaber in the movie, according to Mike.