The recent “Star Wars” Celebration just brings in a lot of hype to the science fiction franchise’s fans. Aside from the intriguing “Star Wars: The Last Jeditrailer, followers of the epic movie series’ are excited to know that Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) is about to return.

In fact, she is set to have her own comic mini-series that will be part of the road to the eighth episode and will explain how the character seen in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” managed to escape the Starkiller. Also, how she had joined the First Order again. To recall, she has been trapped inside the trash compactor by Finn (John Boyega).

The mysterious character

Being the breakout star of the movie’s seventh episode, fans found her storyline was quite short. Although she was considered as one of the film’s big stars, her character as the captain was just small; delivering short lines and few appearances.

Evidently, fans of “Star Wars” are all moved with Christie’s character and portrayal. As she is surrounded by mystery and unrevealed history in the First Order, viewers will surely want to know more things about her. In fact, she is being compared to Boba Fett from “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” that had a cult following even if the bounty hunter only had a limited screen time.

The failure of Captain’s storyline

However, Screen Rant reported that the military's storyline was one “Star Wars: The Force Awakens" failures.

In her first sequence, she was the commander of the First Order. But, her strong presence and splendor became a punchline for Finn when she had been tricked and kidnapped by the lead actors.

The captain might have been started as the most interesting villain in the film, but she ended off-screen. As a matter of fact, fans only knew that she is bound to return in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” when Christie confirmed that she had signed to do the film.

Better screen time, plot story

In the coming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” fans are hoping that the captain would have the screen time and storyline that she deserves. Not only because Christie is now famous as Brienne of Tarth in “Game of Thrones,” but because her character has a significant potential for the film to explore other aspects that never seen before.

It has been known that the series is openly exploring its villains’ stories. If truth be told, the original trilogy is about Darth Vader. Evidently, this subject of the film always works, and the Sith Lord is one of the greatest and most famous cinematic villains ever known.