Luke Skywalker is not alone on Ahch-To.
Even before the arrival of Rey (Daisy Ridley), who assumed control of the Millennium Falcon at the tail-end of The Force Awakens, Mark Hamill’s all-powerful Jedi has seemingly been in the company of pint-sized aliens called Porgs. Like an adorable cross between a pug, a puffin and a regular ol’ penguin, these fuzzy critters are sure to become a bona fide fan-favorite by the time Star Wars: The Last Jedi rolls around in December – even if they don’t attract quite the same fandom as BB-8.
However that may be, Making Star Wars has composed a new sketch of a Porg perched on the rusty head of R2-D2. The outlet claims this drawing is an artist’s representation of one of The Last Jedi‘s more light-hearted scenes, writing that, “one of the Porgs lands on Artoo’s head and it is absolutely adorable.” Artoo won’t be the only one to befriend some of Ahch-To’s local wildlife either, after previous reports claimed Chewbacca will getting to know those cutesy little Porgs while Luke schools Rey on the fine art of being a Jedi.
All of this is yet to be confirmed by Disney and Lucasfilm, so treat this Star Wars rumor as just that. Nevertheless, we’ve included said drawing for your consideration:
Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be with us on December 15th, and chances are Disney will unveil a behind-the-scenes sizzle reel at D23, which is expected to occupy the Anaheim Convention Center this coming weekend, July 14th–16th. After all, the Mouse House offered up a similar peek behind the curtain of The Force Awakens and Rogue One around this time in their respective productions, and you know what they say about something that isn’t broke.
Source: Making Star Wars