After the theories about Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) being the main villain of the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy run rampant, there is another leak about Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis). Reportedly, the leader of the First Order will have a violent scene with his apprentice, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).

The leak was from the known franchise theorist Mike Zeroh, who claimed that his spoilers were from his sources at Pinewood Studios. If this claim is true, will Kylo leave the Dark Side and return to the Light Side of the Force in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi?”

Snoke and Kylo’s scene

“A scene was shot between Driver and Serkis at Pinewood,” Mike Zeroh said in his YouTube video (via Daily Express).

Kylo Ren was allegedly seen crashing an object into the ground while Supreme Leader Snoke was watching. This object was said to be his helmet. In “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer, Kylo’s helmet was destroyed. Since then, it was a big question why would he shatter his headpiece.

Making Star Wars earlier revealed that Kylo was trying to prove himself to Snoke. So, Ben Solo (Harrison Ford) and Leia Organa’s (Carrie Fisher) son decided that he didn’t need a helmet and a mask to hide his scar, which he got from his battle with Rey (Daisy Ridley).

Zeroh added that there would be a scene between Kylo and Snoke, where the latter is talking about his grandfather, Darth Vader.

Snoke’s riches and obsessions

Mike Zeroh also revealed some points about Supreme Leader Snoke’s mysterious personality.

The theorist claimed that fans are about to see his throne lying on a golden stuff with an ornamental pattern around it.

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This might be the same thing that Andy Serkis was seen holding in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” behind-the-scenes reel.

Zeroh claimed that it was the same thing, only that it wasn’t covered with gold. “It was covered in motion capture stuff,” he said in his YouTube video. Allegedly, the First Order’s leader is obsessed with wealth and money. In fact, he is the richest figure in the galaxy. Thus, he firmly believes that he is the one behind the new casino city in Canto Bight on the planet of Cantonica.

There was also a “high-tech metallic structure” above his throne that believed to be used to project his hologram figure. And unlike the Emperor’s room, the humanoid's place has no windows, but it was rather filled with holographic displays.

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is set to hit the theaters on Dec. 15 in the U.S.