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A poster of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," directed by Rian Johnson. Star Wars/ Facebook

New details about “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” have surfaced online. Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) will be getting a new accessory, and Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) will be more human-looking than ever before. The following article contains spoilers.

A lot of fans may be waiting to see Luke Skywalker brandish his green lightsaber, now that Rey (Daisy Ridley) gets to use the blue one, but according to a report by Making Star Wars, the Jedi Master is getting a different accessory. With age comes the need for support, especially while walking, so Hamill’s character will be getting a “cool-looking walking stick.”

There are no fancy gadgets attached to the walking stick. The interesting thing to note about the accessory is the dragon-looking face at the top. Other than that, this seems like a regular wooden object. However, the carving at the top does suggest an interesting backstory that may be revealed in the novels or comics.

The boots Luke wears in the upcoming film will reportedly look similar to the one he wore on Tatooine in “A New Hope.” He wore boots in “Force Awakens,” too, but the ones in the sequel are a little different.

Meanwhile, another report by Making Star Wars reveals that Supreme Leader Snoke will have a very human look in the film. The character was last seen as a hologram, which didn’t give viewers a clear picture of what he looks like in real life. The new report shows that the character's eyebrows suggest that he once had blonde hair. His eyes, meanwhile, are said to be blue.

His skin colour is said to be fairly pink, making him look more human. Despite all these humanising traits, the character is still reportedly disgusting to look at, especially with two large holes on his throat.