Mark Hamill
Actor Mark Hamill points as he arrives at the premiere of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" in Hollywood, California December 14, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

There may be a big funeral featured in “Star Wars: Episode 8,” according to a new report. New pictures from the set have leaked online, teasing some of the costumes in one of the scenes in the movie. Meanwhile, Mark Hamill praised the dialogues in the movie, while speaking at the ongoing Celebrations event in London.

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Han Solo (Harrison Ford) was an important figure in the Rebel Alliance, who played a very important role in bringing down the evil Empire. His death is bound to send ripples across the galaxy. In a video posted on YouTube, Mike Zeroh explains how the leaked photos from the set point to a possible funeral scene in the film.

The photos are apparently from March of 2016, when filming of the movie was still taking place in Croatia. The pictures were apparently leaked by Making Star Wars. They show extras as civilians on an alien planet wearing black.

The report points out that there has been some speculation among the fans that the alien planet in the “Star Wars: Episode 8” pictures could be Corellia, which is the home world of Han Solo. Given that important characters, such as Padme (Natalie Portman), have gone back to their home world; it is possible that the swashbuckling smuggler will too.

What Mike Zeroh found interesting to note in this scene, which was apparently filmed for two weeks, is that the franchise for the very first time will show a “middle-class” environment. But, more than that, he believes that there will be a black market on the planet that Finn (John Boyega) will travel to.

Previously leaked photos showed Boyega or his stunt double riding a huge alien horse. The report speculates the Finn is now a spy for the Resistance tasked with a mission of getting information about someone, which could potentially lead to the downfall of the First Order.

Meanwhile, Hamill (Luke Skywalker) said that he was “looping” “Star Wars: Episode 8” and it occurred to him how great the dialogues are, Variety reports. He teased that the fans will forget the popular catchphrase “May the Force be with you” after they watch the upcoming movie.