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Yoda will Come Back as Force Ghost in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' [VIDEO]

Update Date: Mar 16, 2017 08:44 AM EDT
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Speculations are rife that Yoda could make a comeback as Force Ghost in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

The former leader of the Jedi Council died at the initial stages of the "Return of the Jedi" almost four decades ago, in 1983. Fans were delighted to see him when he re-materialised as a Force ghost for the movie's final installation. Thus, this makes it possible for the comeback of Yoda, but this time, without Hayden as Anakin Skywalker to keep him company all the time.

Currently, there has been numerous reports that Franz Oz, the voice of Yoda in the original trilogy and prequels, was seen on the shooting set of The Last Jedi, according to TelegraphIn an interview, Franz Oz could not confirm nor deny his involvement in the production on the next Star Wars movie, according to The Guardian.

Thus, this gives a suggestion that he will mostly likely be part of the new movie when it hits the cinemas in December. It may be recalled that Frank also did the voice of Yoda in "Revenge of the Sith," "Attack of the Clone" and "The Phantom Menace." 

On the other hand, Jedi Master could utilize his powers and capabilities to enhance Yoda's appearance in a seamless manner. The voice of Franz Oz put together with an old puppet will bring life to the skinned alien's features. Moreover, there is also a chance of a younger version of Yoda.

Fans will only have to wait and keep an eye on events and hope for the best when audiences flock to the cinemas in December to see the movie for the first time. Will Yoda turn up on the next Star Wars Sequel, and if he does come back, will he come back the same or in another way? Most fans would love to see the small powerful green alien back on their screens. 

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