Another leak has unveiled the potential real identity of Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis) in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” A new set of the LEGO toy has leaked the possible plot details that mysteriously surround the characteristics of the sequel trilogy’s main antagonist.

To recall, fans saw the first glimpse of the Force-sensitive humanoid alien in the previous “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” However, he was just seen as a huge hologram figure that had pale skin and a somewhat distorted face. Since then, nothing was much revealed about the mysterious character, how he got connected to the Jedis and how Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) became his apprentice.

Toy collection shows Snoke as a regular human

Reddit revealed the packaging of the new “Star Wars: The Last JediLEGO set hints the probable look of Snoke in the coming movie. His toy form is said to be a lot different to what people saw in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

The toy company unveiled its three new collections that show off the large set for the latest edition of the legendary Star Wars ship. The First Order Star Destroyer seems to be the biggest series of the new wave of toys that has six mini figure characters. It includes First Order Officer, First Order Shuttle Pilot, First Order Stormtrooper, First Order Stormtrooper Sergeant, BB-9E, and Supreme Leader Snoke.

The toy form shows Snoke has a regular size just like a human figure and he is actually wearing a casual robe. Hence, this image just proves that he is not the enormous alien Sith that everyone thinks of.

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This also shows that he has natural-colored skin unlike what people saw in the previous 2015 movie. With the newly revealed representation of the villain, some assume that the Darth Plagueis theory might be true.

The ‘Darth Plagueis’ theory

There are strong assumptions that Snoke is actually the mysterious Darth Plagueis or Emperor Palpatine’s mentor, the bad guy guru. According to Movie Pilot, even though Plagueis is officially dead and hasn’t been seen in the movies, it actually holds a solid fan base. T

However, JJ Abrams, Star Wars Story Group chief Pablo Hidalgo, and the character's actor Serkis already denied the assumption. At the SDCC's “The Force Awakens” panel discussion in 2015, a fan asked if Darth Plagueis will be featured in the movie’s seventh episode.

Abrams didn’t entertain the question that much but still answered the query. "We don't want to be talking about the story [sic] too much too soon, but I will say... no," he said. It seems like fans really have to wait for the release of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Dec. 15 to know more about the mysterious Snoke.