'Star Wars: Episode 9': 'Leaked' concept art descriptions

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Kylo Ren
A group of fans dressed as Kylo Ren (R), a Stormtrooper, a Jedi Knight, Ant-Man and Iron Man characters gather before a news conference at Bangkok Entertainment Week 2016 at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), Thailand, April 21, 2016. Reuters/Athit Perawongmetha

New concept art scene descriptions of “Star Wars: Episode 9” have leaked online. There will be a new unit type of Stormtroopers in the film, who will be seen in new armour. Meanwhile, there will be some infighting in the First Order, as the two big characters fight for the leadership position. The following article contains spoilers.

According to a report by Mike Zeroh [see below] one of the leaked concept art descriptions talks about a scene of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and General Hux (Domhnall Gleeson) leading new set of Stormtroopers.

Every new “Star Wars” movie has introduced a new unit type. From the main Skywalker saga movies to the spin-off movies, all of them have shown new unit types, and the upcoming movie will not be any different.

According to the leaked concept art descriptions, the new unit will have white, grey, and black coloured armour. Some of these troops will be seen without their helmets, which is another change in the film.

Another concept art description shows Kylo Ren and General Hux in a control room. Hux is reportedly bowing down, and the new Supreme Leader is expressing rage on the general. There will be covert power struggle between the two.

A plot leak has revealed that Hux will be a mole in the First Order, working against the interests of Kylo Ren. He may be doing this to undermine Kylo’s rule and to one day take the mantle of Supreme Leader himself.

Mike notes that the first two acts will be focussed on Kylo Ren trying to find out who the mole is in his army. There will be a cat and mouse game between him and General Hux.

Filming of “Star Wars: Episode 9” is yet to begin. The film will be directed by JJ Abrams.

Credit: Mike Zeroh/ YouTube