Star Wars: The Last Jedi Title Confirmed Plural By International Sources
Since Star Wars Episode VIII's subtitle, The Last Jedi, was revealed a few weeks ago, fans have been wondering whether or not The Last Jedi was referring to a single Jedi, or multiple Jedi. Thanks to international versions of the logo, fans now know that the title is referring to multiple Jedi instead of just one.
Looking at the German reveal specifically, the word for "last" is used in the plural form, denoting multiple Jedi. Similarly, the Spanish version of the logo is being reported to utilize a plural order as well.
What this means for the final film remains to be seen. While first impressions might lead to the assumption that Luke Skywalker and Rey are the titular Last Jedi, there is still a good amount we don't know about the film at this point. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set to hit theatres on December 15, 2017