As Star War's fans gear up to see "The Last Jedi," the latest installment in the Star Wars Saga, there are more things to look forward to than action-packed scenes and exciting lightsaber fights. As with most of the movies in this franchise, there are hidden easter eggs that connect it to the other movies, but this episode has some extra "star power" in the form of a number of celebrity cameos.

While many of these cameos were previously rumored to have been planned, many of them have now been confirmed and moviegoers can certainly look forward to keeping an eye -- and an ear -- out for these appearances.

Prince William, Prince Harry, Tom Hardy, and Gary Barlow

Those who have been following the news stories for "The Last Jedi" already know to be on the lookout for this foursome as it was revealed to BBC Radio 4 on their "Today" program by John Boyega, who plays the role of Finn in the movie. Moviegoers should look for them near the end of the second act, during a scene in which Rose and Finn are infiltrating the ship of Supreme Leader Snoke.

According to Boyega, “I think they took that scene out. I’ve had enough with those Prince William secrets, man. They came on set; they were there, man. Tom Hardy was there, too – I said it. I’m sick of hiding this… Every time I get asked I don’t know how to dodge it.

Yeah, they were on set.”

Warwick Davis

Only the true fans will recognize this actor from his role as the Ewok Wicket in "Return of the Jedi." This is far from his first cameo appearance in the other "Star Wars" films, so fans will be glad to see him appear once again. He appears in a scene that takes place on a casino planet known as Canto Bight, and although the many aliens present may make it difficult to spot him, fans who listen for his distinctive voice will quickly identify him.

Justin Theroux

Known better for his role in HBO's "The Leftovers," this actor's celebrity cameo is also on the casino planet, though he is rumored to be getting a bit more screen time as his gambling character interacts with Rose and Finn's plans, nearly becoming a part of them.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Because of his connection with Rian Johnson, the director of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," Joseph Gordon-Levitt landed himself a cameo in this episode.

His role will be harder to find, however, since it's a voiceover role, and there are a number of disembodied voices that are heard throughout the film.

Noah Segan

This is another actor that landed himself a cameo because of his relationship with the director. He's been given cameos in several of Johnson's other productions, including "Brick," and an episode of "Breaking Bad." Segan gets to appear as an X-Wing pilot in "The Last Jedi" who lets another pilot know when he's ready to go.

Gareth Edwards

This director of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" gave Johnson a chance to have a cameo in his film as a Rebel Trooper. Now that Johnson is directing a Star Wars film, he's giving Edwards the chance to have his own cameo, by playing a Resistance Trooper as he prepares for battle on Crait.