The "Star Wars Episode 7" production may not have confirmed Carrie Fisher is set to reprise her role as Princess Leia, but the actress reportedly takes no issue in telling people when she has to report on set.

In an interview with Sirius XM's "Opie and Anthony Show," FXX channel's "Legit" star Jim Jefferies talked about Fisher's upcoming appearance on the show.  While filming on set, Fisher told Jefferies when she would be reprising her "Star Wars" role.

"She's a funny lady, man," Jefferies told Sirius XM radio show.  "She'll be smoking cigarettes outside and as soon as she gets inside, she's straight on to the vapor. She's had some f***ing hard partying in her life, I tell ya....She said to me, she goes 'I'm going off to London for six months to film the new Star Wars movie,' right? And I don't think from looking at it, the new Star Wars movie is a direct continuation. It's number 7 but it's not going to be the next day, I'll tell you that much. Maybe she had the same problem the Emperor had, I don't know."

Fisher is the only original "Star Wars" cast member who has let it slip she will be returning to the franchise.  However, Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Harrison Ford (Han Solo) have refused to confirm whether they will be returning on set.

However, the latest "Star Wars" installments might have signed on their new villain.  According to TheWrap, "Girls" star Adam driver is in talks to take on an unspecified role.

"Warner Bros. had been seeking Driver to star in the Green Hat Films production 'Arms and the Dudes,' but the actor was reluctant to commit knowing that he stood a strong chance for a lead role in 'Star Wars.' Driver was forced to turn down a supporting role in 'Batman vs. Superman' for the same reason," TheWrap reports.

Still, the "Star Wars" production has not confirmed any casting news.  "Star Wars Episode 7" will be released to theaters on Dec. 18, 2015.