– by Nick Doll

Possible SPOILERS ahead for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. You’ve been warned!

Who is Snoke, really? Are Rey’s parents who Kylo Ren said they are? Why does Kylo Ren wear such high waisted pants in his big shirtless scene?

These three questions, more than any others, are at the center of the great Star Wars: The Last Jedi debate… especially the one about those damn pants! I mean, what is the deal with those pants, man?!?

The Last Jedi costume designer Michael Kaplan explained to CinemaBlend that the choice was made, simply because style is a little different a long time ago, in a galaxy, far, far away:

“The world of Star Wars is not our world. Kylo Ren is not some hipster in hip-hugging jeans. Think Errol Flynn swashbuckling coolness as a point of departure. Hide that navel!”

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That’s all well and good, but I actually had my own, far cooler and more practical theory that is now no longer theory, but fiction. Still, hear me out…

The Last Jedi takes place mere hours, or possibly days, after The Force Awakens. Though we see Ren’s scar given to him by Rey in the film, Chewbacca’s bowcaster shot to his side is never addressed, nor does it need to be. My theory though, was that the pants are both hiding the injury, and are so tight they are keeping his insides… inside. Or, at the very least keeping them in place. Similar to how Kylo Ren was punching this same wound as he fought Rey and Finn in Force Awakens.

Like my theory? Prefer the official explanation? Does any of this matter? Let us know in the comment section below!

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SOURCE: Cinemablend

  • SaiyanHeretic

    Worst scene in the movie! Star Wars is ruined forever! #Pantsgate #MakeStarWarsGreatAgain #RepealAndReplace

  • Lenin1959

    Or, as Rian Johnson would put it: “Because it makes totally sense.”

  • TheOct8pus

    My theory is that Kylo is clone…and as we all know – clones don’t have belly buttons.

  • CrystalClearTruth

    I actually laughed out loud when I saw this. I knew then that the entire film was a huge joke on the audience and this was not REAL Star Wars. It is Fake Star Wars.

  • Moby85

    Lol, when I saw the scene in the film I noticed the pants were way, way too high more than the missing shirt.

  • Nay sayer!

    OMFG why is this an issue? Jesus fucking christ!! The level of pettiness and pointless focus has reached new levels of retard.

    • Behemothrex

      Also if you look behind him on the wall to the left, there are two red lights, according to cannon there should be 3 fuck this movie!

  • Sammy Boy

    This scene is perfection. The Swole is strong with this one.