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New picture from the production set of “Star Wars: Episode 9” have leaked online. There’s going to be some trench warfare in the next film, and the setting appears to be on a new jungle planet. The following article contains spoilers.

New pictures posted on MakingStarWars shows the production set of the upcoming film at Black Park. The Millennium Falcon will be on this new, forested planet, and the ship reportedly appears to be covered in camouflage. The report notes that the camouflage is to actually protect the set piece from paparazzi and it may not make it to the film.

A source familiar with the developments of the film has reportedly revealed that the crew members of the film have been busy digging trenches on the set. Although the source isn’t sure if the trenches are for an action sequence in the film or if they have been dug for specific camera angles; it is safe to assume that there will be some action sequences in this new jungle planet.

The production crew has reportedly added some plants and vines to the Black Park set that are not native to the area. The additions apparently give the set a tropical look. The additions also mean that this is not Endor or Takodana, but an entirely new planet that will be introduced in the upcoming film.

The planet Takodana was introduced in the first film in the new trilogy “The Force awakens.” This was the home of Maz Kanata (Lupita Nyong’o). Director JJ Abrams is reportedly using some of the footage from the first film, especially to bring back Leia (Carrie Fisher), so the fans can expect to see some familiar planets and locations in the upcoming film, along with the possible introduction of new planets and locations.

“Star Wars: Episode 9” is set to be released on Dec. 20, 2019 in the US.