A new report debunks speculation about Kylo Ren’s look behind the mask in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Meanwhile, the producers have released a new video that shows some behind-the-scenes footage of the movie.

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According to a report by Making Star Wars, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) does not have any scars on his face under the mask. Some fans believed that the character’s face has some battle scars, which led him to start wearing a mask. That theory appears to have been punctured by the new report.

Meanwhile, the producers have released a new video that shows some of the cast members of the movie. The video also includes footage of a scene involving Kylo Ren getting down from his space ship, surrounded by Stormtroopers. The iconic Millennium Falcon ship can also be seen in the video.

Daisy Ridley (Rey) described the movie as a story about people trying to find their place in the world. “These characters, their lives...though they’re in a galaxy far far away...it’s a journey that people can relate to,” Ridley said.

The actress said that she feels “honoured” that she has been allowed to “continue the journey.” The story in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is set a few decades after the events of the original trilogy and will bring back Harrison Ford as Han Solo, along with his fellow cast members from the original trilogy Carrie Fisher (Leia) and Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker).

“What happens to these characters that we know and love? It’s a world I want to get back to immediately,” Director J.J. Abrams said in the video. Cast member John Boyega (Finn) said that the “magic” of the franchise “does take your breath away and that is what George Lucas started and we’re definitely carrying on.”

Producer Kathleen Kennedy said that every single person who has worked on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is a fan of the franchise. The video shows Boyega getting an action figure of Han Solo signed by Ford. The movie is slated to be released on Dec. 17 in Australia.

Source – YouTube/ Star Wars

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