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Carrie Fisher poses for cameras as she arrives at the European Premiere of Star Wars, The Force Awakens in Leicester Square, London, December 16, 2015. Reuters/Paul Hackett

Following the fan backlash for removing the “Slave Leia” toy, Disney may now be preparing to give the character a new nickname in “Star Wars: Episode 8” to put the Leia in golden bikini toy in the market without the word “slave.” A new book titled “Bloodline” by Claudia Grey gives some background information about the princess and her son Kylo Ren and the details hint at what to expect as the story continues.

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Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) has the nickname “The Huttslayer” among a race called Nikto in the book “Bloodline,” Gizmodo reports. If the nickname is introduced in the forthcoming movie it would give Disney the opportunity to continue selling the Leia toy with the golden bikini using the new nickname.

The book also reveals that even though Leia is powerful in the Force she doesn’t become a Jedi because she sees politics as her calling. But, when a Senator revealed that she is the daughter of Darth Vader, the growing mistrust among her peers forced her to retire from politics and join the Resistance against the First Order.

“Star Wars: Episode 8” is expected to focus on the continued training of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) under Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis). The book “Bloodline” also reveals one of the major factors that led Leia’s son Ben Solo down the dark path.

Leia and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) apparently decided to hide the fact that Darth Vader is Ben’s grandfather from the little boy. Leia’s son was training under Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and the couple were concerned about him turning to the dark side, which made them keep the secret about his grandfather. It was only when a rival Senator revealed the fact; the shocking news reached Ben.

Filming of “Star Wars: Episode 8” is currently ongoing. Director Rian Johnson previously announced on Tumblr that he and his crew are halfway through the shoot. The director has been sharing pictures and information from the production set from time to time.