“Star Wars: Episode 9” may bring some exciting new planets to explore. New leaks about the film suggest that three distinct environments have been created by the production team. Meanwhile, there is more confirmation that the fans may get to see or hear something about the film by the end of the month.

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

According to the leaks posted on Making Star Wars, the concept arts of the film show three different worlds. There will be another jungle planet, a swamp location and a desert planet.

Some sections of the “Jungle World” was reportedly filmed at Black Park. Pine Woods remains the primary location where scenes of this planet and the swamp location were filmed. It isn’t clear yet if this swamp is a new planet or if it is a part of the deeper sections of the jungle planet.

The desert planet may not be Jakku, the planet where Rey (Daisy Ridley) grew up in. There is no Star Destroyer wreckage on this set, which means it could be a new planet. There is also no indication that this is Jeddah or Tatooine, the two other popular desert planets in the franchise. Similarly, there is no confirmation that the swamp location is Degobah.

The planets and locations in “Star Wars: Episode 9” may be revealed in the first teaser trailer of the film. A report by IGN predicted that the title drop may happen in the next two weeks. The fans, however, may have to wait a while for a first-look video, which is expected to be out before spring.

There is a lot of hype surrounding Marvel movies this month. After the release of the “Captain Marvel” trailer, there is a lot of anticipation regarding the first “Avengers 4” teaser, which should also reveal the title of the film. Promotion work for “Star Wars: Episode 9” may begin after the excitement for these Marvel movies dies down. The fans can expect to see something from the galaxy far far away before January.

A team from Collider, however, is hopeful that a teaser or at least a title reveal of “Star Wars: Episode 9” may happen by the end of the month. In a video posted on YouTube, the team discussed this possibility. The rationale behind the early release of the trailer, the team discussed, is that many feel that the marketing efforts for “The Last Jedi” started very late, which is something that Lucafilm may not want to repeat.