Fans are puzzled with Rey’s (Daisy Ridley) statement in the new trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” While undergoing training under Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), the new Jedi seems like still looking for something else.

“I need someone to show me my place in all this,” she said. Now, fans are confused if she is not satisfied being a part of the Jedi Order and wants to be with the Dark Side. Strategically, the next scene is cut to Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), who is extending his hand to help.

Will Rey ask for Kylo’s help?

There are strong assumptions that “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be similar to “The Empire Strikes Back.”

From revealing the four-legged war machines to the alleged winning of the Dark Side, things seem pretty the same.

in the two "Star Wars" movies. In the 1980 film, Luke Skywalker was trained by an old Master Yoda on Dagobah. Now, a much-older Luke is training Rey on Ahch-To - also a water planet.

In fact, Kylo Ren stretching his hand to Rey is even compared to the scene where Darth Vader revealed that he is Luke’s father. He also reached his hand to his son and asked him to rule the universe. Of course, the younger Skywalker said no and threw himself out. However, in “Episode 8,” it looks like Rey is the one who is going to ask Kylo for help.

Kylo and Rey’s alleged relationship

According to the Atlantic, if ever Rey asks for Kylo Ren’s help in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” this might confirm the “Star Wars” fan-fiction community’s theory.

There is an assumption that Rey and Kylo could end up together – might be romantically or spiritually. The hypothesis started when the two had “intimate sparring” scenes in “The Force Awakens.” It is also fueled by the two’s duality. As a matter of fact, the hashtag Reylo is now used on Twitter and Tumblr since the new trailer has been revealed.

As it looks like Kylo is more than willing to help Rey, fans should only take this with a grain of salt as it could mean something else. The publication noted that the sequence where Kylo is offering his hand might be just a sequence from a dream, a fake one, or a false start.

In fact, Lucasfilm might just be tricking and misleading the fans, so they couldn’t predict what is going to happen in the movie.

As Luke said that the film “is not going to go the way you think,” it is now a big question what will really transpire after Rey’s training. Will she join the Dark Side or she will be the Grey Jedi who will put balance in the Force?

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" is set to hit the theaters on December 15 in the U.S.