The latest trailer for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" certainly had people talking about Luke Skywalker's new apprentice. There is finally more footage of Rey as she undergoes her training in Ahch-To, but is it possible that the teaser has hinted at her true heritage? Could the mysterious young girl from Jakku possibly be the descendant of one of the most powerful Sith Lords that ever lived?

Rey might seem like an innocent and eager student who wants to learn how to control The Force. However, some believe that she may have a dark side that has scared her new mentor.

Will "Star Wars 8" finally reveal the truth about Rey being a descendant of Darth Sidious?

Rey mirrors Palpatine's fighting style

Anyone who has seen "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" may have noticed that Rey had a distinct fighting style as she engaged Kylo Ren in a lightsaber battle. According to Movieweb, a YouTuber has compared her moves to that of Darth Sidious. Fans believe that this could be more evidence pointing to Rey turning to the Dark Side in "Star Wars 8."

The possibility of Rey being related to Emperor Palpatine could give "Episode VIII" a somber connection to the first six movies. After all, the villain played a huge part in everything from "The Phantom Menace" until "The Return of The Jedi." Interestingly, Darth Sidious was connected to Anakin Skywalker in all these features.

Could this mean that Rey will be associated with Anakin's grandson Kylo Ren in "The Last Jedi?"

The possible truth behind Rey and Kylo Ren's alliance

The trailer for "Star Wars 8" concludes with Rey asking for help from Kylo, who immediately holds out a hand to her. Naturally, the scene had viewers wondering why the two might be working together.

Could they be teaming up to defeat Supreme Leader Snoke and the First Order? Or is it possible that Rey and Kylo are ganging up on Luke Skywalker?

It certainly looks like Luke is uncertain about working with Rey after she displayed just how powerful she could be. Fans theorize that his obvious distrust of the young girl could lead to Rey seeking support from a man she initially shunned.

Unfortunately, this might mean that Luke Skywalker will be in grave danger in the Rian Johnson film.

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" could be the last movie featuring the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa, who also appears to be in major trouble in the final trailer. The fans are excited and looking forward to the film premiere on December 15.