Star Wars just got two new faces: Princes William and Harry. The royal brothers visited the set of The Last Jedi, which was shot primarily in England, back in April, playing with lightsabers and sparking rumors that have turned out to be true. Now, John Boyega, who plays Storm Trooper turned rebel Finn in the new trilogy, has confirmed that they also appear on-screen…under helmets, of course.
Per MTV UK News, Boyega revealed that he shares a scene with the brothers, who were “wrapped in Stormtrooper costumes.” The actor described the experience as a “strange contrast of a weird family.” Appearing alongside them as Storm Troopers will reportedly be actor Tom Hardy and Gary Barlow, a singer-songwriter famous across the pond.
This is hardly the first time the Star Wars franchise has found a way to sneak famous faces into scenes. The Force Awakens featured James Bond actor Daniel Craig as a Storm Trooper and Carrie Fisher’s real-life daughter, Scream Queens actress Billie Lourd, as a member of the resistance who shared a scene with her mom. Oscar Isaac’s dad was also an extra.
As for the prequel trilogy, eagle-eyed viewers might spot a pre-fame Keira Knightley as one of Padme’s handmaids in The Phantom Menace, pre-fame Rose Byrne as Padme’s handmaid Dormé in Attack of the Clones, and George Lucas himself (in blue face paint) attending the galactic opera in Revenge of the Sith. (And those are just some; for a full list, click here.)
The Last Jedi premieres December 15. Until then, enjoy this picture preview of what’s to come:
17 of Kate Middleton’s Best Hair Moments Over The Years
At the Charities Forum Event in London, Middleton unveils an even shorter version of her tousled lob paired with natural hint of blush on the cheekbones.
The Duchess of Cambridge debuted her newly chopped locks in her signature curls as she attends the first round on the opening day of Wimbledon 2017.
Attending the Chelsea Flower Show press day in London in 2016, Middleton kept her hair in a tousled half up do.
Wearing her hair in her signature blown out curls with a playful, braided headband, Middleton visits the Haida Heritage Centre in Canada in 2016.
Attending a Christmas Day church service in King’s Lynn, England, in 2015, Middleton wore her hair in a low bun with a soft smoky eye.
Wearing her hair in a tousled high pony, Middleton attended the WW1 commemorative and Flying Day at Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre in New Zealand in 2014.
Visiting the Christchurch City Council Buildings in New Zealand in 2014, Middleton wore her hair in a effortlessly tousled half do with a hint of blush on the cheeks.
Attending the naming ceremony for the new Princess Cruises ship ‘Royal Princess’ in 2013, Middleton paired her tousled half up do with a chic black hat.
Looking stunning at the official launch party for Team GB and Paralympics GB for the London 2012 Games, Kate Middleton’s hairstyle pairs beautifully with her dark smoky eye.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her hair in natural waves while visiting the Tuvanipupu Island on their Diamond Jubilee tour in 2012.
Arriving at the St. Andrew’s School in Berkshire, England, in 2012, Middleton wore her brunette curls with side swept bangs and a nude lip.
The Duchess of Cambridge looked radiant on her wedding day in 2011 wearing her hair in an elegant half up do with a hint of blush on the cheekbones.
Celebrating her royal engagement to Prince William in 2010, Middleton wore her shiny, polished locks in soft curls with luminous skin.
Wearing her brunette curls side-parted with a soft smoky eye, Middleton looked all done up at the wedding of Lady Rose Windsor and George Gilman in 2008.
At the Cheltenham Festival in Gloucestershire in 2007, Middleton kept her look simple, wearing her tousled waves under a black beret.
Attending the wedding of Laura Parker-Bowles and Harry Lope in 2006, Kate Middleton wore her brown hair in soft curls with a natural lip color.
Kate Middleton at the premiere of ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ in London, England, November 2016