Star Wars: Rian Johnson Reveals Why Kylo Ren's Scar Was Changed

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Kylo Ren's scar is positioned a tad differently than it was in 'The Force Awakens.' Luckily, director Rian Johnson has explained why.

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If you already watch the latest "Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi" trailer, you will notice, too, that Kylo Ren's scar on the face seems slightly different from what we see in the last scenes of the "Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens" a year ago. While some had wondered if it was simply a continuity error, or if it would somehow factor into The Last Jedi's plot, the film's director Rian Johnson has now clarified otherwise. Or do you agree with Johnson's reason for changing the placement of it?

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"In this film, he will have an upper hand when he battles Rey and she could eventually lose with a massive injury on her hand or a mental injury and take her to Snoke". Or a flashback?" one fan on Twitter asked, with another, adding, "You seen the scar for three seconds in 7, you'll see it for the whole movie in 8. And with the recent trailer for December\u0027s Star Wars: The Last Jedi \/em , fans got their wish - but with a slight change to an important moment of The Force Awakens \/em . It had moved several inches on the character\u0027s face, now in line with his right eye.

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