From Digital Spy
Star Wars: The Last Jedi answers one of the big mysteries posed by The Force Awakens– just where did Rey come from?
But it turns out that writer-director Rian Johnson isn't sure that he's had the definitive last say on her parents.
(Spoiler warning to all those who somehow haven't seen The Last Jedi yet.)
The latest Star Wars movie reveals that Daisy Ridley's character is a proverbial "nobody" – born to anonymous Jakku junkers and sold into slavery for drinking money.
But the story is out of Johnson's hands now, and he admitted that things were "open" for a last-minute twist to Rey's tale.
"Anything's still open, and I'm not writing the next film," he told Huffington Post. "[JJ Abrams and Chris Terrio] are doing it."
As much as we liked the direction the film took, we wouldn't put it past Abrams to reveal that Kylo Ren was lying about Rey's origin and that she's really Luke's third cousin once removed or a clone of Anakin Skywalker's secret twin.