After watching the live unboxing event that spanned 18 hours yesterday, Star Wars: The Force Awakens fans are getting ready to invade stores and online retailers to pick up this new merchandise from the highly-anticipated sequel. IGN managed to get a hold of two of these toys, action figures for the villainous Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Finn (John Boyega), which allows us our first listen at Kylo's voice. Before you check out the videos below, we have each line of dialogue they say below. Adam Driver and John Boyega both provide the voices for these toys.

The Kylo Ren action figure features the dialogue lines, "I've been waiting for this for a long time," "Is it're just a scavenger?" "Don't be afraid," "I feel it too," "You know what I've come for," "Don't fight know you can't," "I'm immune to the light," "That weapon is mine" and "Together, we will destroy the resistance and the last Jedi." Finn, on the other hand, delivers much different lines, as one would imagine, since they're on completely different sides of The Force. Finn's lines include, "The name's Finn and I'm in charge now," "We go back to Jakku, we die," "Stay low and put up the shields," "We need cover - quick!" "FS2187"," "I don't...know do!" "I never should have rescued you!" "Listen, I've had a pretty messed up day!"

The "rescue" line is particularly interesting, since it may confirm an earlier plot rumor. A report from February claimed that the opening scene features both Finn and Poe Dameron meeting in the brig, where they plan their escape and steal a TIE Fighter. As is the case with every Star Wars rumor, those details were never confirmed, but this "rescue" line could lend some credence to the earlier rumor. Then again, we don't even have confirmation that any of these lines that are voiced through the toys will even be used in this Star Wars movie.

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It is believed that the "last Jedi" Kylo Ren refers to is none other than Finn, since he has been seen with a lightsaber in the new Drew Struzan poster, and in a brief sneak preview released last month. Director J.J. Abrams confirmed at Comic-Con that the third Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer will debut this fall, but a specific premiere date was not given. The Labor Day weekend normally marks the start of the fall season, at least as far as movies go, so hopefully we'll hear more details about the trailer soon.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens hits theaters on December 18, 2015, which starts a whole new series of Star Wars movies. The first spinoff, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is currently in production, arriving in theaters December 18, 2016. That will be followed by Star Wars: Episode VIII (May 26, 2017), Star Wars Anthology: Han Solo Movie (May 25, 2018) and Star Wars: Episode IX (2019). Take a look at these new toy videos to hear Kylo Ren and Finn speak.