There will be a new Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) ship in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” New details about the upcoming film have surfaced online, revealing information about new planets and some scenes that the fans can expect to see.

The following article contains spoilers from “Star Wars: Episode 9.”

Director JJ Abrams and his team filmed scenes at desert locations in Jordan. These locations will be standing in for two planets in the film, Making Star Wars reported. One of the scenes that was reportedly filmed previously involved a festival party, which will be featured on a new planet.

In what appears like a nostalgic moment from “The Force Awakens,” there will be another crashed TIE fighter in the upcoming film. This time around it will be Kylo Ren who will be seen walking away from the crash.

Kylo Ren will also be getting a new ship. The ship will be white in color with red and black detailing, and some mechanical looking parts. The Supreme Leader of the First Order will reportedly store the Darth Vader helmet on this ship. According to Making Star Wars, sources have revealed that there will be three variants of the TIE fighters.

There will be another big action sequence involving Kylo Ren in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” The Supreme Leader will fight Resistance soldiers in a swamp, and he will use “some brutal moves” in this action sequence.

According to a previous report by Making Star Wars, there is a new class of soldiers in the First Order who will be working for Kylo Ren and the Knights of Ren exclusively. It remains to be seen if these soldiers will be involved in the swamp fight.

The other ships in the film include an orange X-Wing, but this ship doesn’t belong to Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). Luke Skywalker’s (Mark Hamill) old X-Wing will also be featured in the film, and Rey (Daisy Ridley) will be seen with her old master’s X-Wing helmet. Will she get to pilot a fighter?

The Millennium Falcon will also be back. One of the scenes will reportedly show the ship on fire.

The other nostalgic moment in the film will be a droid factory. Fans can look out for some easter eggs in this scene that include Battle Droids from the prequel trilogy, a Bad Robot, and a reference to John William’s scores.

The big action sequence towards the end will be something that many fans will be looking forward to in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” Since this is the last film in the new trilogy, the last battle should be the biggest one yet. One of the action sequences towards the end is expected to feature a zero gravity battle. The production team reportedly built a “massive wing or roof” for this fight sequence.