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'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Kylo Ren And Finn Speak For The First Time, And They Have Some Interesting Things To Say

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Though we've seen bits and pieces of the film in various teaser trailers, much of J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens is still shrouded in mystery.

Finally, details are beginning to emerge — in part, thanks to the release of new Star Wars toys as part of what Disney and Hasbro have dubbed "Force Friday." A pair of new talking figures for John Boyega's Finn and Adam Driver's Kylo Ren have been released, and what they have to say dives into spoiler territory.

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Thanks to videos from IGN, we can hear these two characters speak for the first time. Finn spouts lines like "We go back to Jakku, we die!" and "I don't know what to do!" in what sounds like a very high-pressure situation. He also tells somebody (perhaps Rey?) that "I never should have rescued you."

Intriguing, no? But even more interesting are some of the lines uttered by the film's new big bad Kylo Ren. For starters, the character sounds more than a little like Darth Vader — his voice muffled and enhanced by the mask he is wearing. Some of his most interesting lines include "I'm immune to the light," or "Together, we will destroy the Resistance and the last Jedi." Sounds like Ren is trying mighty hard to turn a certain somebody to the dark side.

It also appears as if Ren will lose his lightsaber to another at some point, saying, "That weapon is mine!" in a voice that is both angry and a little desperate. You can check out both videos below.

It's some pretty revealing stuff, especially since we can only assume these lines are lifted from the movie itself. There is a ton of information we can glean from this. Does Finn turn to the dark side? Is Luke still the only Jedi around, and is that who Ren is referring to? Whom exactly did Finn rescue?

Even more questions without answers, but it's certain to make anticipation for the movie even greater than it is now. Star Wars: The Force Awakens flys into theaters on December 18, 2015. You can check out some of the other toys now available as part of Force Friday here.

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