A new leaked picture from the set of “Star Wars: Episode 8” has surfaced online. The production crew was apparently filming in secret in Bolivia. The picture teases the possibility of a new planet being introduced in the film.

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While the main production unit was busy filming in Ireland and Pinewood Studios, a second unit was secretly filming in Bolivia, Making Star Wars reports. The country has the world’s largest salt flat, and this is where the filming took place.

The franchise has the habit of introducing a new planet in each new movie. The location appears to be standing in for a new world. The picture shows the cockpit of a ship. The report speculates this to be a classic B-Wing ship.

None of the cast members of the film are said to have been present while filming. Some of the locals were reportedly used as extras to film the scenes. Filming for “Star Wars: Episode 8” at this location is said to have taken place for only about 2 days, even though the production crew spent about 4 to 5 days here, which is presumably to get the set ready.

The report notes that the location appears to be in line with what sources have been saying about a new planet that is featured in the upcoming film. No details about the new world have been revealed in the report, but more details will be released at a later date.

“Star Wars: Episode 8” has been directed by Rian Johnson. The filming locations of the movie include Ireland, England and Croatia. The film is set to be released on Dec. 15. The cast members include Carrie Fisher (Leia), Daisy Ridley (Rey), Adam Driver (Kylo Ren), Gwendoline Christie (Captain Phasma), Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron), Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux).