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The production of "Star Wars Episode VII" is underway and some potential plot spoilers claim that Sith would be resurrected and the villains would be called Jedi Hunters.

However, as of now the spoilers are a rumour and nothing has been confirmed. 

Warning: Potential spoilers ahead. Please Read only if you want to have an idea of the plot of the film.

The information came from Making Star Wars. Though the information has now been removed from the Website, the disclaimer read:

"This is simply what we are hearing from people that have proven to us that are from Pinewood. I don't want anyone to get their hopes up or down for that matter. But let it be known, this is what we are heard in the last two weeks and it could be accurate or inaccurate," reported Science Fiction.

The Website had suggested that this time around the "Star Wars VII" hunter would be called Jedi Hunters and their main aim would be to wipe out Jedi. The hunters would be seen in a whole black ensemble and would be using Jedi's weapon of their choice. It is also being speculated that Jedi Hunters are related to The Inquisitor from "Star Wars Rebels" and could be played by Adam Driver and Lupita Nyong'o. 

It is being said that Jedi Hunters are created for the sole purpose of giving protection to Sith. Now that the Sith is destroyed, Jedi Hunters want to dismantle Jedi's goals. It is also understood that Jedi Hunter are praying for Sith's resurrection and his final revival would take place in VIII part of "Star Wars", as per the Website.

Interestingly, after these potential plot spoilers went viral, a note of clarification was left on the site as to why they were removed. It read:

"Unfortunately, I have been asked to remove the set details by the source and I always adhere to a source's wishes. Apologies!"

Meanwhile, the official details of the film makes it clear that "Star Wars: Episode 7" would take place thirty year from "Return of the Jedi". Moreover, a slew of new members would join the regular cast of the film.

Directed by J.J Abrams the "Star Wars Episode VII" is slated to release in 2015.