Fans of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" will be happy to know that there is another leak coming from the film set itself. This leak came from a photo that was recently taken by trespassers in the film set of the movie. It has something to do with a mysterious tree where the Force might be in.
Photos Of A Mysterious Looking Tree Were Taken On The Pinewood Film Set
Fans will recall that there were leaked photos of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in the past that revealed the hidden island of Ahch-To. This island is used supposedly by Luke Skywalker as his hideout. Now, it seems that some people have actually set foot on the film set of Pinewood Studios and taken some shots of a certain mysterious looking tree.
It Was Actually A Built Film Set
The place where the trespassers took the pictures is a constructed film set in Pinewood Studios. Rumors say that this built film set will probably be inserted into the scenes that were previously taken in Ireland, most likely in the Ahch-To island. The mystery surrounding this tree increases as there are rumors that say this tree is where the Jedi knights can get access to the Force. They base their opinion on the "Star Wars" comics story about Luke Skywalker meeting Poe Dameron's parents.
R2-D2 Will Return In "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"
In a related development, the beloved R2-D2 will finally return in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." As a droid that is decrepit, dilapidated and old, he was relegated to the background in episode 7 "The Force Awakens." But now he will be given life again by actor Jimmy Vee. This actor will take over from the original R2-D2 actor Kenny Baker who died last year.
Vee Promises To Do His Bet
Vee is not a novice in the movie industry. He has played a number of roles in the "Harry Potter" movies and "Doctor Who." He also played alongside Baker in "The Force Awakens" but did not receive any credits. He says he is honored to be given the part of Baker and added that he will do his best to give life to the refurbished R2-D2.