It's official - the cast of Star Wars: Episode VIII has the brand new script in their talented little hands.

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The Force Awakens hit theaters less than two month ago, but with a tight two-year schedule to stick to, the cast of the iconic series is ready to step in front of the cameras once more.

While details regarding the 2017 film are begin kept tightly under wraps, Daisy Ridley (Rey) managed to share a tantalizing photo with fans on Thursday.

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A photo posted by @daisyridley on Jan 28, 2016 at 2:33am PST

Sadly, we can almost guarantee that's the last you'll see of the script for another two years. Disney doesn't joke around when it comes to Star Wars security - just ask Adam Driver (Kylo Ren). According to Driver's Late Night appearance, each actor's Force Awakens script was kept under lock and key at all times (see video here).

Episode VIII has already started filming, according to The Independent, and the film may face delay's as Britain's lighting technicians prepare to go on strike. Originally set to premiere in May of 2017, the eighth piece of the Star Wars saga was recently pushed back by seven months.