Participants wearing Star Wars costumes are seen at the Royal Parc
Participants wearing Star Wars costumes are seen at the Royal Parc after the Balloon's Day Parade in Brussels September 6, 2014. Reuters/Eric Vidal

Previous supposed plot details claim Darth Vader will be in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." While the sith's involvement in the sequel remains unclear, a new list of Hasbro toys based on the new film teases the possibility of the villain's involvement.

Rebel Scum has provided the list of Hasbro's "Star Wars 7" toys collection believed to be available for purchase before the film comes out on Dec. 18, 2015. A "Darth Vader Voice Change Mask" is among the products Hasbro has supposedly set up for solicitation for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." However, no other detail has been revealed regarding the item, but a look at Hasbro's site also shows a similar item called Star Wars Darth Vader Voice Change Helmet. Another product description, "Lead Villain Electronic Mask," also somehow gives fans an idea as to what the enemy will use to hide its identity in the movie.

While the list doesn't necessarily provide any spoilers, Comicbook Movie supposed the name "Darth Vader" hints at the presence of the villain in the movie. Likewise, Rebel Scum claims it gives a lot of room for "speculation" especially with the descriptions attached to each "Star Wars 7" product.

This wouldn't be the first time Darth Vader's presence is hinted in the movie. Jason Ward over at Making Star Wars once described a concept art that used the sith as a place holder for a certain villain in the movie. This concept photo described the character as a figure cloaked in black and making a "Darth Vader entrance" into the sandy planes of Tatooine. The figure is reportedly also flanked by Stormtroopers as bodyguards as he leads them on their attack at the desert. Likewise, Galactic News One cited a "reliable" source who claimed a script for the movie has been leaked revealing the presence of Darth Vader in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

The source allegedly confirmed that flashback scenes will be included in the sequel. Darth Vader will reportedly be featured in one of these scenes. According to the insider, the villain will be introduced in a scene while in Endor with a young princess Leia, played by Billie Lourd. However, no further details were revealed regarding the sith's involvement in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." There are also no official details from the production crew regarding Darth Vader as of writing.

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