It appears the filming of Star Wars: Episode VII has wrapped, with the cast and crew hitting up a huge celebratory party and receiving a heartfelt letter from director JJ Abrams.
Abrams and producers Kathleen Kennedy and Bryan Burke sent a note to the "extraordinary cast and crew", thanking them for their professionalism, passion, and patience and calling it an "absolute joy" to work with them.
"From the deserts of Abu Dhabi, to the Forest of Dean, to the stages of Pinewood, you have risen to every challenge and been as wonderfully kind as you are brilliantly talented," it read.
"Our ambition here is large, of course, and it must be: we are here to make a film that entertains millions of people, of all ages, for generations. To create an experience people will cherish watching as much as we will cherish having made it, together.
"How lovely it would be if you had, in addition to your name on the screen, some actual, real, tangible proof that you were part of it!
"Here, then, is that proof."
An image of the letter was tweeted by James Rose and rehosted by SlashFilm.
This follows a big gala event at London's science museum, which Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill turned up to alongside new Star Wars alumni Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Andy Serkis.
Boyega posted some party pics to his Instagram account from the night, rocking a three piece suit alongside R2-D2. He also posted a video from what appears to be inside the party, when things were really underway and captioning it, "We do it like no other. #Starwars #Journeybegins".
However Entertainment Weekly says the wrap party was early, with their sources claiming there are still a few more days of filming left.
* Star Wars: Episode VII releases in cinemas on December 2015.