A lot of people are still trying to solve the mystery surrounding Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) and how he will influence Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) in the upcoming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” With that, Star Wars theory experts are predicting just how big of a factor this villain will be in the upcoming film.

The known logician of the franchise, Mike Zeroh, claims that the Supreme Leader of the First Order will use what happened to Darth Vader to teach Han Solo and Leia’s son a lesson. In fact, there are swirling rumors that the 33-year-old Driver was seen holding the Sith Lord’s melted mask, which was seen in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” at Pinewood Studios.

Snoke’s advice to Kylo Ren

According to Zeroh (via Daily Express), there are a lot of ideas about Snoke that were not added in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Hence, there is a big possibility that these theories are going to be seen in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The theorist added that the Force-sensitive male humanoid alien will be using a number of Darth Vader’s lines when speaking to Ren, just like in the book version of the movie’s seventh episode. “We can only assume this is to teach Kylo Ren a lesson,” he said.

He believes that Snoke’s main reason for doing this it to educate the secondary antagonist not to commit the same mistakes his grandfather did in the movie’s original trilogy. Zeroh speculated that the villain will caution Ren so that he does not end up making the same mistakes.

Snoke’s possible origin

Wired reported that the antagonist comes from an unknown galaxy -- possibly from Wild Space or the Unknown Regions. It has been speculated that both regions contain kyber crystals and force-sensitive beings. It has also been speculated that these areas may contain a threat that is even more dangerous than the Empire itself.

However, fans should certainly take this with a grain of salt, as Disney and Lucasfilm have yet to confirm these speculations. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is set to be released on Dec. 15.