– by Seth McDonald

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is almost here folks, after nearly two years of waiting fans will be able to watch the movie in less than a month, about 28 days. While we learn more and more as the marketing campaign for the film ramps up, we still don’t know a whole lot about the film. One character whose motives still elude us, is DJ, played by Benicio Del Toro.

All we really know about DJ is that he has a part to play in the film with Finn and Rose on the casino planet of Canto Bight. Del Toro recently spoke with SciFiNow Magazine, and talked about how part of DJ is not knowing if the character is a hero or villain.

“Maybe you could find him in a Bob Dylan song or a Tom Waits song. Or maybe in a Dostoyevsky novel. You’ll find DJ in one of those stories. You don’t know what he is. But that’s the idea… You don’t know if he’s good or bad.”

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Now, while I don’t know for sure, the vibe I get from DJ is that his character may be similar in his morals and reliability to Hondo Ohnaka, the space pirate from Star Wars Rebels. Ohnaka is always looking to make some credits, he has shown signs of both loyalty and a good heart, but has also shown he will bail on ‘friends’ if necessary.

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Source: SciFiNow Magazine (Via ComicBook.com)