As Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) is returning in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” a lot of people assume that the much-awaited reunion between the Jedi Knight and his twin sister General Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) is happening. This is even supported by the new images Vanity Fair has revealed for “Star Wars” 40th anniversary.

However, the epic opera franchise expert Pablo Hidalgo debunked the assumption as he affirmed the siblings won’t be reunited after he allegedly confirmed the get-together. Now, fans are getting confused about whether they are just being teased to hype the movie or if they really won’t get to see the two iconic characters together.

Is there any reunion happening?

At the Comic Con Chile over the weekend, the Star Wars Story Group chief allegedly confirmed there is a scene between Luke and Leia in the coming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” However, there are emerging reports that he doesn’t want to go into details about the reunion as his revelation might be enough to make fans more excited.

But, according to io9, Hidalgo is just talking about the reunion of Hamill and Fisher in the Vanity Fair photo and not in the movie. In a couple of tweets, he explained that he is just referring to the said magazine's images and how it depicts the two icons’ bond and connection. “But nothing more specific than that, unless I misspoke or something got lost in translation,” he tweeted in answering the publication's question.

Nevertheless, his statement might not mean that Luke and Leia won’t get reunited in the movie’s eighth installment. In fact, the get-together is supported by a lot of assumptions about the film’s production. This might only imply that Hidalgo and other people behind the film are not yet ready to give details about the reunion.

There’s a big possibility that the twins will finally see each other at the end of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” This scene will probably leave a big emotional impact on the franchise’s avid fans after the unexpected death of Fisher in December 2016.

The famous slap scene of Poe and Leia

Meanwhile, Oscar Isaac, who plays the role of the good pilot Poe Dameron, graced the “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on the exact 40th anniversary of the movie franchise on May 25.

The two talked about “Star Wars” and the 38-year-old actor’s famous scene with the late Fisher.

The “X-Men: Apocalypse” star revealed that on the first day of filming, there was a scene where he had to talk to her, but she was very upset with him and slapped him. And since it was the first day, director Rian Johnson needed a lot of extra takes. That is why they repeated that slap sequence a number of times. “It ended up being, like, 27 takes," he revealed. Although that happened, he definitely has a lot of respect for the iconic actress and misses her terribly.