“Star Wars: The Last Jedi is often surrounded by a lot of leaks and assumptions as details about the film are really scarce. However, there is a new leak that even Lucasfilm and Disney might be surprised to know.

This involves the selling of the movie’s alleged script, listed on the autograph-selling site Movie Script Zone. Originally, it cost $899.95 but is currently on sale for just $299, a pretty cheap price for a very sought-after film - if it is real.

The movie’s script for sale

It has been known that collecting “Star Wars” memorabilia is a huge business, not just in the United States but all over the world. Hence, you can find the franchise’s stuff selling here and there, from a few dollars to a huge amount of money. In fact, just recently, a reconstructed image of R2-D2 made from the robot’s original parts used in the film was sold for a whopping $2 million.

Now, a new listing of the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” script is up on the Internet and some are not convinced if it is real. It has the signatures of Tom Hardy, Daisy Ridley, Domhnall Gleeson, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Benicio Del Toro, John Boyega, Andy Serkis, Peter Mayhew and Lupita Nyong’o.

However, although Movie Script Zone is known for selling real movie autographs, scripts, and this even has the logo of the Motion Picture Association of America, it is a big question of how it could possibly sell the screenplay six months prior to the movie’s release.

The site also claimed that its items are 100 percent guaranteed authentic, thoroughly inspected, and accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity. But, some are still not convinced that it is real. It also seems unused as its edges look neat. Lastly, it is not yet confirmed if Tom Hardy will really be in the movie as one of the stormtroopers.

Movie spoilers

Moreover, although the details of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi" remain a mystery, Metro reported that the movie’s characters are going to deal with the loss of Han Solo (Harrison Ford), who was killed in the last movie.

Fans, too, are waiting how the movie will deal with the death of Carrie Fisher, who plays the role of General Leia Organa. Even though the late actress managed to finish the production of the film’s eighth installment, she is actually set to have a big role in “Star Wars: Episode 9.” “She thought IX would be her movie. And it would have been,” LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy said (via Metro).

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