Two brothers from Great Britain’s royal family play Stormtroopers in the next "Star Wars" movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Reporter on Wednesday reported that Princes Harry and William appear as the characters in "Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi."
Sources told The Reporter that the siblings will portray Stormtroopers alongside actor Tom Hardy and singer Gary Barlow of the British pop music group Take That.
The four will be seen guarding actor John Boyega’s character in an elevator, The Reporter noted, making it the most secretly star-studded moments of the entire film series.
Boyega on Wednesday confirmed the reports during a taping of The Reporter’s Actor Roundtable.
The performer noted that sharing a scene with British royalty and Hardy “wrapped in Stormtroopers costumes” made for a “strange contrast of a weird family.”
“It’s the best of both worlds,” said Boyega, who plays Finn in the "Star Wars" movies. “It was a great experience.”
Boyega noted that it was more “fun” than intimidating working with the princes before explaining what his "Star Wars" role means to him.
“You’re a child,” he said of being part of the series. “There’s a new planet every day and a new scene to play.”
“It makes you feel like you’re a part of history in a sense,” added Boyega, who first played Finn in 2015’s "Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens."
Boyega previously admitted in August that Harry, William and Hardy were all on the set of "The Last Jedi" in April 2016.
The actor noted the princes filmed scenes during their stop, and Barlow revealed around the same time he had shot a scene in March.
The Last Jedi is scheduled to hit theaters on Dec. 15, and it will notably feature actress Carrie Fisher’s final film role before her death in December 2016.