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"Star Wars Episode VII" seems to have suffered a major plot leak.

Warning: Potential plot spoilers

A tabloid called Badass Digest has revealed that movie's main focus is hunt for Luke Skywalker. It claimed that the opening scene of the film will feature Jedi's detached hand with light saber, which will be found on desert planet after crashing from the space. The hand will be found by Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, who will look out for its rightful owner.

Ridley and Boyega would meet Hans Solo and Chewbacca in their quest to find Skywalker.

"Han and Chewie recognize the light saber as Luke's, and they say they haven't seen their friend in thirty years, since the events of Return of the Jedi," Badass Digest reported.

The film's plot is speculated to be similar to 1977 Star Wars where Skywalker went searching for Obi Wan Kenobi. Though there is no confirmation to these plot spoilers, the report has sent fans into frenzy as the maker of the film, JJAbrams is known for keeping plot a secret till the film opens in theaters.

Meanwhile, Abrams has recently revealed the X-Wing Star fighter, which will be seen in the film. He also said in his previous interview that "Star Wars VII" is in better situation after being postponed to December.

"I will say that it is an infinitely better situation now than when they were saying that they wanted it in the summer [of 2015]," he told MTV. "Before I even came onto the project, they were talking about 2015, and they made this announcement very early on, which I understand. I understand why they'd want that, but it didn't necessarily have anything to do with the reality of where anything was creatively."

Abrams also stressed on the importance of quality, saying that creative process is a priority over meeting the deadline.

"I think that it's a hugely important thing that [the creative process] come first," Abrams said. "A release date is great, but you have to release something great. To me, the new release date is a huge improvement."