Fans still haven’t moved on from the release of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi official trailer. After being dissected and carefully scrutinized by movie buffs and critics alike, there is another 50-seconder teaser that hit the internet.

TV spot unveiled a short clip that expands on the teaser Lucasfilm dropped at Monday Night Football on October 9. And this includes Luke Skywalker’s (Mark Hamil) first words to Rey (Daisy Ridley) when he saw her on Ahch-To.

Does Luke ask Rey why she is on Ahch-To?

"Why are you here?" Luke Skywalker can be heard saying in the new “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” short trailer.

From the looks of it, the Master Jedi might be asking Rey about her initial intent to see him. However, as the “Episode 8” teaser seems like misleading the fans, Leia Organa’s (Carrie Fisher) twin brother might be saying it to another character. The clip also gave an extended glimpse to the iconic Millennium Falcom, where Chewbacca is with a Porg, and the epic space battle with Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac).

In the second official trailer, it was revealed that Luke was surprised to see Rey’s Force power. According to Movie Web, his question in the short clip might be a hint to Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Rey’s alliance. To recall, there was a scene where Rey was looking for someone who will show her place in all that has been happening.

Then, the scene was cut to Kylo offering his hand to help.

Scrutinizing Rey and Kylo’s sequences

From the looks it, Rey’s scene where he was asking for help and Kylo Ren’s sequence where he was offering his hand were from two completely different settings.

The lightning and echo of Rey’s voice were different. It looked like she was on an island with a serene environment around her.

On the other hand, Kylo seemed to be in a battle against someone. So, the new and young Jedi might be talking to Luke and asking for his help to train her to join the Jedi Order. Although Luke is now more matured and weaker than he used to be, she might stay with him.

Lucasfilm and Disney have been keeping things under wraps and stay mum about “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” storyline.

In fact, some say that the trailer is just tricking the fans and misleading the viewers to make the movie unpredictable. There is even a hint that Luke is in the middle of the Light and Dark Side. There are also some claims that he is the real villain behind all this.

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