a pair of searchers finds the girls, now ages eight and six, living in the cabin in squalor. Both have reverted to an almost feral state. And though they appear to have been alone, when Victoria (Megan Charpentier), the older girl, recovers her ability to talk, she speaks of someone named “Mama” who looked after the sisters during their time in the wilderness. That guardian then begins visiting Lucas and Annabel in their home.
2017 saw the release of Muschietti’s second feature, It, which became the highest-grossing horror film of all time. Now comes It Chapter Two, which adapts the second half of Stephen King’s magnum opus and co-stars Chastain.Okay, so if all these retro-starfighters don’t come from another secret Resistance cell, where did they come from? On some level, this question might be stupid, because it’s possible that the return of the Rebel Fleet will never be answered on screen. (Like, that’s really possible.) But, even so, you’ve still got to wonder where all the ships came from.
The ending of The Last Jedi really makes you think the Resistance is 100 percent out of ships and all remaining survivors are hanging out on the Millennium Falcon. We know there’s probably a time-jump between Last Jedi and Rise of Skywalker, so it seems likely that the Resistance got a bunch of new/old ships in the time in between movies. But where did they get them from? In The Last Jedi it’s pretty clearly established that a Black Market exists for selling all kinds of space-weapons, including starfighters, meaning, the new Rebel Fleet could have come from Finn and Rose making a new deal with DJ, or hell, maybe even Maz Kanata.