General Leia (Carrie Fisher) will be back in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” Director JJ Abrams will not be using movie magic to recreate the late actress. Instead he will be using unseen footage from “The Force Awakens” to bring back the character one last time. A new report reveals some of these scenes that may be featured in the upcoming movie.

The following article contains “Star Wars: Episode 9” and “The Force Awakens” spoilers.

Many scenes related to “The Force Awakens” leaked long before the film’s trailer was released. From concept arts to scene descriptions, the fans who were following the leaks knew almost everything, including some of the scenes that didn’t make it to the final cut. Making Star Wars is a reliable source for these stories, and a report by the website has compiled some of the scenes from the old movie that could be used by Abrams now.

“The Force Awakens” was mostly about the Resistance finding out what the First Order was up to. The heroes wanted to find out everything they could about a new super weapon their enemies were building.

Finn (John Boyega) used to work in the Star Killer base, and he knew all about the super weapon. There was a scene in which General Leia talked to Finn about First Order’s plans, which could be used in “Star Wars: Episode 9” in a scene where the Resistance tries to find out what Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) is up to.

There was another scene in “The Force Awakens” where Leia gives Finn the lightsaber that belonged to Luke (Mark Hamill). This scene may be used in the upcoming film, but instead of Finn; Rey (Daisy Ridley) may be the one getting back her Jedi weapon. The first teaser trailer already confirmed that they will be using the hug scene between these two important characters.

There were also scenes in which General Leia ordered her troops to attack the First Order, and there a scene in which she asked everyone to retreat. These scenes may be reused, along with another conversation between her and Poe (Oscar Isaac) about the importance to live to fight another day.

In a previous interview with Good Morning America, Fisher’s brother confirmed that there’s lots of footage of Leia that can be “woven into the storyline” of the upcoming film. He added that the scenes will give the audience “a great kick” and make everyone feel that it was “meant to be.”

Filming of “Star Wars: Episode 9” wrapped back in February. Abrams gave an update on the production to the fans at the Celebration panel discussion, where he said that even though the filming has wrapped his work continues. The movie is currently being edited and the visual effects are being added. The director said that he can’t wait for the fans to see the film.