As the coming of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” draws near, fans are now eager to know the real identity of the mysterious Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis). In fact, there are a lot of assumptions and theories about his origin and true persona.

The popular “Star Wars” theorist Mike Zeroh shared a new video on his YouTube channel revealing new details about the sequel trilogy’s antagonist. The information that he just revealed is said to be from his source from Pinewood Studios.

The puppet suit

Mike Zeroh talked about the filming of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and the use of Supreme Leader Snoke’s puppet suit, which the source said is hard to handle.

Allegedly, this costume has revealed little things about the antagonist’s real personality. In the movie, there will be some close-up shots of the villain. Here, fans will see his eyes are “puppeteered.” The insider also revealed that there will be an intense scene between the Big Bad and General Armitage Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) that will surprise everyone.

He also revealed that the viewers will see the supreme leader walking towards the general of the First Order and it seems like he wants to kill him. To recall, in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” his scenes were all made with a hologram. It is also said that he is a realist and his philosophy will be told to Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).

Is Snoke actually Kanan Jarrus?

As some fans focused on Supreme Leader Snoke’s eyes, there are strong assumptions that he is actually Kanan Jarrus from “Star Wars Rebels.”

Recently, a new image of LEGO mini-figure leaked the alleged first look of the supreme leader in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” The toy dons a golden robe that makes him look like a real Jedi.

The figure, too, has milky blue eyes that might be a sign that he is blind.

According to Comic Book, the robe and the possibility that the antagonist is sightless could be subtly hinting that he is Kanan Jarrus. To recall, the Jedi was blinded in the second season of the animated series. He later finds out that he could still be an effective fighter of the Order even if he cannot see.

According to a theory by Mike Zeroh on his YouTube channel, he revealed that Andy Serkis’ first character name for “The Last Jedi” on IMD was the initials of KJ. He said this could stand for Kanan Jarrus. He also added that his being out of sight in the series can fit “very, very well” in the movie.

The epic franchise’s eighth episode is slated to hit the big screen on December 13.