'Star Wars'
British actors John Boyega and Daisy Ridley (R) speak while Britain's Prince Harry talks with Chewbacca during tour of the Star Wars sets at Pinewood studios in Iver Heath, west of London, Britain on April 19, 2016. Prince William and Prince Harry are touring Pinewood to visit the production workshops and meet the creative teams working behind the scenes on the Star Wars films. Reuters/Adrian Dennis/Pool

John Boyega and Anthony Daniels have wrapped filming for “Star Wars: Episode 8.” The two actors made the announcement online on their respective social media accounts. Boyega also shared a behind the scenes picture from the production set.

Boyega (Finn) announced that he has finished filming his new movie with just one word –“done.” Some of the fans were confused about what the actor meant by the word, while others congratulated him for successfully completing the filming of the movie.



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Credit: Instagram/ John Boyega

Daniels (C-3PO) on the other hand was less cryptic about him wrapping the filming. He said that he was “sad” on the last day on the set. He thanked some of the crew members and director Rian Johnson, and added that he “loved it.”

While some of the cast members may have finished filming, there are others who are still filming. This includes main cast members of “Star Wars: Episode 8” Daisy Ridley (Rey) and Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker).

Ridley shared a picture from the set, with Johnson by her side. She decided to have some fun with the picture and face swapped with the director. The actress described the result as both “awesome” and “terrifying.”

Credit: Instagram/ Daisy Ridley

A previous video she shared online showed her head covered with a pillow case. Ridley explained that she did this to hide her hairstyle, as it would be a spoiler to reveal it too early. So, fans can expect Rey to have a new hairstyle in the upcoming movie.

Credit: Instagram/ Daisy Ridley

The filming of Star Wars: Episode 8” is set to wrap on July 22nd, Hamill had announced previously. The movie would then go into the post production phase and there could be some reshoots, if the director feels that’s necessary. Title of the movie and the first few official details are expected to be revealed at the Star Wars Celebration event in London that starts from July 15.