Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) is believed to be turning to the Dark Side in the coming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” As he is thought to be as bad as the First Order people, there are swirling rumors that he even managed to eat an innocent-looking creature like Porgs.

This new species will be introduced in “Episode 8.” With their undeniable cuddliness, they will be sure loved by the “Star Wars” fans. In the tie-in book “Star Wars Made Easy,” there is a new claim that the master Jedi devours this kind of animal.

Who eats Porgs on Ahch-To?

“Star Wars Made Easy” revealed new information about Luke Skywalker’s co-inhabitants on Ahch-To and it is very disturbing.

In the section called “Luke’s Island Highlights,” which tells of the master Jedi’s life on the planet, Porgs are described to be "Cute? Definitely. Tasty? Maybe..." So, some quickly assume that these creatures are served for dinner to Mark Hamill’s character. However, the 66-year-old strongly denied the claim in a Twitter post.

“Please be advised: Porgs are not on any Ahch-To Menu,” he tweeted. He even explained that Luke went vegetarian after his Aunt Beru served Womp Rat Brisket in the original trilogy. However, Comic Book reported that there might be other creatures on the planet that may eat Porgs. In fact, there is a coloring book page that featured Ahch-To’s caretakers luring and baiting this cuddly species. In the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” behind-the-scenes reel, Chewbacca is even seen with a feather sticking out of his mouth.

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Gleeson talks about Johnson’s take in ‘Episode 8’

In other “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” news, Domhnall Gleeson talked about his return as General Hux in “Episode 8,” during the press tour for his new movie “Goodbye Christopher Robin” with Margot Robbie.

The 34-year-old star teased that the eighth movie’s director Rian Johnson has a different take on the movie’s script and there will be some unexpected things they have done. He revealed that when he first read the script, he immediately needed to talk to Johnson. He thought it was a good sign and a positive thing. There was stuff that he didn’t expect to happen, and he was thankful that they won’t be repeating their selves with the new things they have to offer.

Gleeson revealed that when he finally had the time to discuss things with Johnson, the filmmaker was “clear and confident” of what he wanted to happen in the movie. “It was a really lovely thing,” he said (via Flickering Myth).