As far back as February 2016 saw Episode VIII: The Last Jedi shooting scenes in Croatia.
Now Star Wars theorist Mike Zeroh has claimed he’s learnt from his set source new information concerning Snoke’s true identity.
He says: “This comes from Edvard, he’s a local in Dubrovnik, who heard many different rumours [about] the films, so guy please do take this with a pinch of salt.
“The biggest rumour of Snoke is that his name…is an acronym.”
Zeroh continued: “Apparently Luke and Leia made a deal for Sith to never exist after the death of Darth Vader and Palpatine himself.
“Now what’s really interesting here, is when it comes to Supreme Leader Snoke…Luke and Leia discussed about this character and described him as, ‘A Sith No One Knew Exist’, which equals out to Snoke.”
“It would make a whole lot of sense of why he is named Snoke.
“I’m sure he has another name, like another identity. But this biggest question is why is he called Snoke? I’m sure that’s not his actual name.
“There could be a great possibility that this could be another form of…his identity.”
Zeroh said: “He could be named somebody else for all we know, or he could have been someone else, for all we know.
“But I think that Snoke being an acronym has a 50/50 chance of being the truth, because…if Luke and Leia came up with this name for Snoke, why would the First Order have that name of Supreme Leader Snoke?
“Surely they didn’t get that from Luke and Leia right?
“It’s funny that Edvard reached out to me because I heard about this in the past from many other locals, I just decided to never develop a video on it.”
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He added: “But it really raised an eyebrow because Snoke is a very simple name and I feel like there’s a really good possibility that it could very well be an acronym in itself.
“Pablo Hidalgo, the Lucasfilm story guy, did say on Twitter however that Snoke is not a Sith.
“Now he could just be saying that for all we know, but if that is to be the truth, it wouldn’t make all that much sense.”
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi will be released in UK cinemas on December 15, 2017.