New images from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" have surfaced online. Reuters/Brian Snyder

A set of images from the production set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” have leaked online. The pictures show the Resistance Bay set and the report gives details about the planet where Luke Skywalker is. [Spoiler Alert!]

The images posted on MakingStarWars show the massive set shows a rebel base in the movie. The photos are said to be from the Greenham Common set and show some of the ships and other set pieces that were used in the film.

The report said one of the main questions fans have been asking about the movie relates to Luke Skywalker [Mark Hamill]. Toward the end of the movie, Rey [Daisy Ridley] returns Luke’s lightsaber to him at the Jedi Monastery. The report clarifies the Monastery will not be on the same planet as the Resistance Bay.

According to the report, the shot descriptions of the last scene at the Resistance base state that it is a day shot and the cast members are seen waving at the Millennium Falcon as the ship takes off. The next scene is said to be a night shot for the space ship, suggesting that it has gone into space. The ship is later seen in a day shot on a planet, which means that Luke is on a different planet in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

The scene of Rey handing over the lightsaber to Luke is said to have been filmed at Skellig Michael. She is supposedly seen climbing over the stone steps at this location to reach Luke in one of the scenes in the movie. The report also notes if Luke was on the same planet as the Resistance base, then Leia [Carrie Fisher] would not need the lightsaber to find him.

More leaked photos from the production set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” have been posted in another report by MakingStarWars. The pictures show a Millennium Falcon and a white X-Wing fighter plane with blue markings.

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is slated to be released on Dec. 18 in the U.S.