A new Star Wars: Episode VII photo shows a portion of the Tatooine sets that have been built at London's Pinewood Studios. It was previously revealed that some of the scenes taking place on Luke Skywalker's home planet would be built on set, and this is believed to be where J.J. Abrams shot his /j-j-abrams-reveals-x-wing-fighter-in-star-wars-episode-vii/Star Wars: Force For Change video that revealed a new X-Wing fighter.
The huts in this photo reportedly belong to the Tusken Raiders (otherwise known as The Sand People), but that has not been confirmed (though there were previous reports of some Tusken Raiders spotted on set). A good portion of the Tatooine scenes from Star Wars: Episode VII were shot in Dubai. A number of photos leaked from this location earlier in the year. To revisit those images: (/over-40-star-wars-episode-vii-spoiler-set-photos/CLICK HERE)
It is not known how much more needs to be shot on Tatooine, though it is believed that everything in Dubai is completed. It has not been reported that reshoots are needed for these scenes as of yet.
Spoiler Alert! While no official plot details have been released, the main story in Star Wars: Episode VII is set to follow Han Solo and Chewbacca as they go on a mission to find their missing friend, Luke Skywalker, whom they haven't seen in 30 years. They are joined on this quest by two new characters, played by John Boyega and Daisy Ridley. The pair reportedly find a severed hand on Tatooine, one that is holding a lightsaber. The lightsaber, though maybe not the hand, is identified by Han as the one belonging to Luke. They eventually track him down, discovering that he is being held captive by Sith Inquisitors.