In just a few short weeks, the first trailer and plot details of “Star Wars: Episode 9” are expected to be released to the world. The fans will have to wait until the holiday season to watch the film, but the next month’s Celebration event should give everyone a fair idea about what to expect. Here’s a look at what is known about the film so far.

Filming of “Star Wars: Episode 9” wrapped just after Valentine’s Day last month. Director JJ Abrams shared a behind-the-scenes picture from the production set on the last day of filming. The upcoming film will be the last film in the sequel trilogy, and it will also mark the end of the Skywalker saga.

Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) will return one last time on screen. It remains to be seen if he will return as a Force Ghost like his father or if the character will be shown in a flashback sequence to further explain the unresolved questions in the film, especially related to the protagonist Rey (Daisy Ridley).

According to Making Star Wars, Abrams kept Rey’s hairstyle the same as the one in “The Force Awakens” because they have used some unseen footage of the old film to bring back the late Carrie Fisher in “Star Wars: Episode 9” one last time.

As previously reported, there will be a “Star Wars: Episode 9” panel discussion on April 12 at the Celebration event. Abrams and his team is expected to release the first trailer, the tile and the plot of the film at this event. The cast members may also share exciting details during the discussion, which includes the names of new planets featured in the movie.

The cast and crew appear to be happy with what they have managed to create in the film. Oscar Isaac, who will be reprising his role as the Resistance pilot Poe Dameron, previously told the Associated Press that the audience will be “blown away” after seeing the film.