Eagle-eyed fans are comparing the new “Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer to the behind-the-scenes reel revealed in July. As some noticed and analyzed the bruise Rey (Daisy Ridley) has on her face, some saw Finn (John Boyega) in a not-so-good situation.

It looks like a major character is about to meet his end in “Episode 8.” On Reddit, a fan posted a GIF from the behind-the-scenes video and Finn is seen in a kneeling position with a stormtrooper in front of him. Will Finn get executed in the eighth movie?

Will Fin die by beheading?

It looks like the First Order is capturing Finn, and he will be punished in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

Another Reddit user shared another image that showed John Boyega’s character, although it seemed like it was his stunt in the same kneeling position.

On the other hand, the stormtrooper was holding a deadly weapon in front of him.

One fan said that the weapon was the same thing that has been revealed in the merchandise of First Order Executioner. “This would fit that perfectly,” the fan said. Will Finn get beheaded?

Of course, a lot of fans on Reddit said no. They even explained that the scene was just from Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) and Finn’s much-hyped one-on-one battle. “Yeah I don’t see beheading in this,” another one said. The fan explained that it is very unlikely as the alleged executioner is in front of him. Also, the stormtrooper has a blaster at his back. So, it might be possible that they are just arresting him.

Explaining what Porgs really are

Meanwhile, John Boyega talked about the coming of new cute and cuddly creatures in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

Since the second official trailer was dropped, fans went crazy with the appearance of Porgs. Now, it is a big question what kind of animal it is. So, in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 25-year-old actor revealed that they are actually rodents.

“They’re so cute … They’re great,” he said.

Director Rian Johnson also has his own explanation what kind of beast it is. In a tweet, he said that Porgs are actually “seabirds.” He even described them as “inquisitive, can vary in color, and can fly for short distances.”

Lucasfilm executive Pablo Hidalgo also added that this creature is native to Ahch-To and can be seen living in between the cliffs on the island. They, too, are the “Star Wars” version of puffins.” "They build nests. They can fly. Their babies are called porglets," he continued to say.