'Star Wars'
Characters from the Star Wars film series are seen during a press preview for the exhibit "Star Wars Identities" at the MAK museum in Vienna, Austria, December 17, 2015. Reuters/Leonhard Foeger

New details about the production of “Star Wars: Episode 8” have surfaced online. The filming is reportedly going to take place in three locations and the main location has been described as a village set.

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According to a report by The Movie Bit, the main assembly area for the production crew is close to a village set. Structures have been set up at this location to store equipment and for dining et al. The village filming location will reportedly encompass 0.07 ha.

The report also teased that a “walk and talk” scene involving two characters will be filmed in another location. The scene will be shot from multiple angles and there will also be a helicopter involved to film the scene.

The third location, code named “clear horizon,” will be used to film a scene involving a character “observing the landscape from a cliff-top vantage point.” It is still not clear who these characters are and which of the cast members will be involved in the filming.

BBC reporter Lizo Mzimba has confirmed on Twitter that Daisy Ridley (Rey) will not be filming any scenes for “Star Wars: Episode 8” at Dubrovnik at the moment. Rey was the protagonist in the J.J Abrams movie and will be the main focus as the story continues.

Mzimba also revealed that actor Lamin Tamba has posted the name of his character in the movie on Star Now. The actor is said to be playing the role of a character named Daika. The name of the character and the reference to the movie have since been removed from the actor’s resume.

“Star Wars: Episode 8” is set to be released on Dec. 15, 2017 in Australia and US. The movie is being directed by Rian Johnson, who is known for directing episodes for the popular “Breaking Bad” TV series.