Director J.J. Abrams reportedly took to Twitter to give a comment on the new Star Wars film, which ought to leave fans with some curiosity on what they're about to see -- as well as what they're 'not' about to see.
After TMZ posted photos of what appeared to be the Millennium Falcon, a tweet was made on Wednesday under Bad Robot, which gave a response to the pictures. The tweet was of a note that Abrams apparently wrote, which was not a happy one.
The note reads, "I wish people would stop leaking photos from Episode VII. And making ridiculous claims that the Millennium Falcon is in the movie."
On Tuesday, TMZ posted a photo of what appeared to be the Falcon, but according to Abrams' alleged message, it's doubtful the spaceship will be showing up.
Most of the details about the film are being kept under wraps, but Carrie Fisher recently revealed what it's like to be back on set to reprise her role as Princess Leia.
"We all look a little melted. It's good to see other melted people," Fisher said, published on The Guardian. "And it's good to have us all in a room because it's unique. I mean, I don't suppose they have reunions for the Gone With the Wind gang."
Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford are also set to reprise their roles as Luke Skywalker and Han Solo.
Star Wars: Episode VII is expected to hit theaters on December 18, 2015.