‘Star Wars’ Lightsaber Battle Spoiler and 7 More Revelations From Cast Q&A

In an online forum Friday, Harrison Ford revealed a previously unknown “sword fight” between two key characters in J.J. Abrams’ new movie

Last Updated: December 5, 2015 @ 2:18 PM

The cast and director of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” participated in a Twitter Q&A with fans on Friday — and the Internet is buzzing about a possible spoiler that Harrison Ford may have revealed.

Asked about his favorite action scene from director J.J. Abrams‘ new movie, the star who is returning to the franchise as pilot Han Solo offered this: “The sword fight with Rey and Kilo Ren. Fantastic visual storytelling.”

“Star Wars” fans are atwitter because a lightsaber duel between Daisy Ridley‘s heroine, Rey, and Adam Driver‘s villain Kilo Ren had not been disclosed in any of the trailers for the eagerly awaited movie, which hits theaters Dec. 18.

In addition to Ford, co-stars Carrie Fisher, Lupita Nyong’o, John Boyega, Gwendoline Christie, Oscar Isaac and Daisy Ridley answered a few fan questions on the movie’s official Twitter account alongside director J.J. Abrams and producer Kathleen Kennedy.

Even R2-D2 jumped into the chat, but you made need a translator to understand his answer.

For those who didn’t catch the entire thing Friday afternoon, TheWrap has rounded up seven of the most interesting responses below in honor of Episode VII of the iconic sci-fi series.

John Boyega (Finn) picked which droid he would choose to take home:

J.J. Abrams revealed what prop he stole from the set — and it’s not the Millennium Falcon.

Harrison Ford also dished on Chewbacca’s beauty secrets.

Carrie Fisher said even Princess Leia isn’t immune to the test of time.

Oscar Isaac revealed how many scenes he shared with a Gonk droid.

And R2-D2 gave a very unique answer when asked if he is going to get a Rosetta Stone attachment.

Gwendoline Christie described her character, Captain Phasma, in one word.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hits theaters on Dec. 18.


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