Earlier this year, Gary Barlow revealed that he had shot a scene for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'. Featuring as a Stormtrooper, fans won't really know when he's on screen, but it's been claimed now that he will be starring alongside Tom Hardy, Prince William and Prince Harry.

Prince Harry will join his brother Prince William, actor Tom Hardy and singer Gary Barlow in a scenePrince Harry will join his brother Prince William, actor Tom Hardy and singer Gary Barlow in a scene

The four all visited the set at various times, and now according to sources at The Hollywood Reporter, they'll all be appearing in the same scene, guarding John Boyega's character Finn in an elevator.

Boyega recently partook in THR's Roundtable and said during the taping that sharing a scene with Hardy and the royals made a "strange contrast of a weird family", adding that "it's the best of both worlds for me." He also noted that it wasn't so much an intimidating experience to work with the Royals, but one he found "fun".

In 'The Last Jedi', Finn's story will likely pick up where it left off, after he was left in intensive care on the Millennium Falcon following a lightsaber duel with Kylo Ren. What we do know however is that this time round, he won't be sharing as many scenes with Daisy Ridley's character Rey, as some fans may like.

For the 'Star Wars' fandom, the plot of 'The Last Jedi' has been largely kept under wraps, though we do now know following confirmation from Mark Hamill that his character Luke Skywalker won't be turning to the Dark Side. Despite that, he has been seen in teasers demanding that the Jedi come to an end, so seeing how all of that unravels when the film hits the big screen this December is going to be very interesting indeed...

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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is set to come to movie theatres on December 15, 2017.