Even as production for Star Wars 7 is in full swing, the JJ Abrams-directed space action thriller has been subjected to an alleged video leak again.
This time around, the leaked video (which has been deleted from YouTube) from The Force Awakens showed Luke Skywalker taking refuge in a cave on a deserted and rocky island.
The video, leaked from an unknown source, also showed some footage of Mark Hamill's character walking on a secluded island, Techno Buffalo reported.
While fans are eager to see their favourite Jedi master in a fully fledged trailer of the seventh sequel of the Lucas Film's blockbuster trilogy, they could only hear him in the video, when he spoke about the "power of the Force".
Meanwhile, Techno Buffalo has taken some screenshots of the leaked video, which you can view on the website.
"It is shot on a cell phone looking at a computer screen, so the clarity is not the best. What we can tell is it is labeled as "Luke's Refuge" and is said be filmed on Skellig Michael, an island located off the south of Ireland. Adding validity to the video, director J.J. Abrams was said to have shot some footage in Ireland earlier this year. Additionally there is a Walt Disney watermark in the middle of the footage, but that could be faked as well as anything else [sic]," the website said in its report.
However, the website also doubts the authenticity of the screenshots as the production house has maintained high security around the sets of the forthcoming movie to avoid any leaks.
Back in August 2014, both Hamill and Ridley were spotted at Skellig Michael, Ireland, to shoot some scenes of the highly anticipated science fiction movie.
The seventh instalment of the Disney/Lucas Film's space opera will start 30 years after the event of the Return of the Jedi and Princess Leia's brother will go into hiding after his father Darth Vader's death.
Speculations are high that Daisy Ridley's character Rey will go on a quest to find the Jedi master Luke, after she finds a severed hand holding the lightsaber. And she is probably searching for him on a secluded planet that has been recreated in a remote location in Skellig Michael.
In the process, Rey and John Boyega's the AWOL Stormtrooper meet Luke, Han Solo and Chewbacca.
Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford, will reprise their roles of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo respectively from the original Star Wars trilogy.
Star Wars 7 is the first of a new trilogy and stars original cast members including Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew and Kenny Baker alongside Andy Serkis, Max von Sydow, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson, plus relative newcomers and British actors John Boyega and Daisy Ridley.
JJ Abrams' Star Wars Episode VII will hit theatres on 18 December 2015.