There's been some debate as to whether the "Jedi" in Star Wars: The Last Jedi's title is a singular or plural use (not least because if it was the former, one of our heroes would likely have to die in Episode VIII). It seems we now have an answer, through an unexpected source - the other words in the title.
In German, the words for "The Last" help denote whether the "Jedi" is being used as a singular or plural.†As pointed out by IGN Germany, the newly revealed German title -†"Die Letzten Jedi" - uses the plural version, meaning it references multiple Jedi (if it was a single Jedi, it would be "Der Letzte Jedi").
Other outlets are reporting that the new Spanish translation also denotes multiple Jedi - we'd wager this is the official ruling.†A previous Brazilian translation had suggested the title†denoted a singular, male Jedi, but the tweet in question was soon deleted.
It still leaves some question as to who the multiple last Jedi are - the simplest suggestion would be Luke and Rey, although some have their money on Kylo Ren switching Dark for Light during the course of the new movie.
It's been an unexpectedly busy week for last Jedi news - yesterday, we got our first look at Rey, Finn and Poe†in the new movie, along with word of Force Friday 2, the fan event that sees the launch of Episode VIII merch.
Joe Skrebels is IGN's UK News Editor, and he'd like to watch The Last Red Eye, an unexpected sci-fi sequel to the Cillian Murphy assassin-on-a-plane movie. Follow him on Twitter.