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Star Wars 7 production is in full swing as director JJ Abrams's most awaited movie will hit theatres during Christmas next year.

Bad Robot, the movie's official Twitter handle, recently tweeted a picture of a note signed by Abrams following the success of the charity fundraising campaign Force For Change.

Abrams, the director of Star Wars Episode VII, asked fans to contribute to a cause to raise 5 million US dollars for Unicef Innovation lab.

However, the picture spoke a thousand more words about the suspected plot of the movie than the noble cause.

The hand which was holding the note was either a prosthesis or a robotic hand providing a clue that it is none other than the hand of the Jedi master of Episode V.

Luke Skywalker of Star Wars 5 was seen sporting a prosthetic arm at the end of the movie.

Yahoo News suspects that Daisy Ridley's character is on a quest to find the Jedi master Luke, and she is probably searching for him on a planet that has been recreated in a remote location in Ireland.

Recently, both Hamil and Ridley were spotted at Skellig Michael, Ireland, to shoot some sequence of the highly anticipated science fiction movie, the website reported.

The website also pointed out that the wrist of the robotic arm has a close resemblance to that of Luke's arm in the movie The Empire Strikes Back.

Entertainment website Breathcast suspects that WWE wrestler Stephen 'Sheamus' Farrelly will play the role of Darth Vader in the fan-favourite movie.

Last month, a US blog site Badass Digest reported that Star Wars Episode VII will begin after the Return of the Jedi.

The blog site also reported that the characters of Ridley and John Boyega will find a severed robotic hand gripping a lightsaber and will search for its owner.

Their quest will take them off-world where they will meet Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Chewbecca who will identify the hand holding the lightsaber as that of Luke's.

The production house has already confirmed that Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford, will reprise their roles of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo from the original Star Wars trilogy.

George Lucas's Star Wars Episode VII is scheduled to be released on December 18, 2015.