Force Friday is really pumping out news regarding the newest installment of Star Wars. Making the latest rounds are the voices that are coming out of the newest toys for the movie. Star Wars fans are some of the most dedicated and hardcore fans out there. I’m sure you’ve had enough of this rambling. Check out the new toys and what they sound like after the jump!

According to the report, there is a chance that what you’re about to listen to may contain some possible spoilers. However, there is no evidence that what you’re going to hear is actual dialogue from the movie. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, put on some headphones and turn up the volume. First up is the mask that Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) wears.

I’m very sure that’s definitely not what Adam Driver sounds like. That means, his voice is probably going to be distorted like Darth Vader’s voice was in the original films. Here is another example of what Kylo Ren will sound like.

In case you can’t make out what he’s saying, some of the dialogue includes, “I’m immune to the light,” “Don’t fight it,” and “Is it true? You’re just a scavenger.” One thing you have to keep in mind, with these toys, sometimes the distortion can be exaggerated. Hopefully that means Kylo Ren won’t sound as raspy as he does in the video.

Up next is a sample of what Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie) may sound like.

If you ask me, it sounds like a robotic version of Brienne of Tarth. All joking aside, this is something I think my friend’s daughter is going to love. As for what she’s saying, here are some examples: “Move your ships, now,” “On my command,” “Submit your blaster for inspection,” and “Fire FN2187.”

Finally, here is what the Finn (John Boyega) figure is going to sound like. Out of the three items, I think this is the best one.

It sounds like Finn is having one of the worst days of his life. Did you notice he’s speaking with an American accent? The best sound bite has to be when he says, “FN2187, I don’t know what to do!” Both Captain Phasma and Finn refer to FN2187. I wonder what that could be. My guess is that it’s some kind of call sign for a ship. Some of the other dialogue he says includes, “We go back to Jackuu and we die,” “Stay low and put up the shields,” and “I never should have rescued you.”

This movie is going to awesome.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens December 18.


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