The latest news about "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" revolves around one of the movie's original cast member, Han Solo. There are rumors that say the upcoming sequel will feature the final resting place of the fallen rebel hero. These rumors were based on some leaked photos taken from the location of the supposed movie scene.
Is This The Place Where Han Solo Will Be Buried?
The location is the city of Dubrovnik in Southern Croatia. It is a well-preserved place where the supposed funeral scene of Han Solo will take place in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." The leaked photos of the scenes were taken by the locals. They showed two men wearing black robes and it seems they are waiting for their cue.
This Will Be A Fitting Tribute To The Fallen Hero
If this rumor is true, it will be a fitting tribute to an original cast member of the "Star Wars" saga. Although Solo was a space smuggler, he was also instrumental in the Force defeating the Sith Lord and his Empire, and even down to the events in episode 7. His burial in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" should be a fitting exit for the fallen hero.
Carrie Fisher's Scenes Will Be Removed?
Meanwhile, there are also some rumors involving the late Carrie Fisher in relation to "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." It seems some if not all of her scenes in the upcoming movie sequel will be taken out. If these rumors are true, how will her fans of the movie react?
The latest reports indicate that reshoots are currently being done on "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Some avid fans of the movie are anxiously speculating that General Leia's scenes in the movie might be deleted. It is rumored that she will have some scenes that show her reuniting with her brother Luke Skywalker.
Take These Rumors With A Grain Of Salt
These rumors say the scenes even extend up to episode 9 of the movie. Others rumors suggest that she will also confront the killer of Han Solo, who is her son, Kylo Ren. However, these are just rumors and fans have to take them with a grain of salt. At any rate, all these rumors will be validated or refuted when "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" opens in theaters on Dec. 15, 2017.