A LEGO/Star Wars fan based web site called From Bricks to Bothans on Wednesday leaked several images of new Lego toys showing the packaging of the soon-to-be released Millennium Falcon and Poe Dameron's X-Wing playsets for the upcoming Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens.
The pictures show two merchandising toy sets with several revelations as they come with seven mini figures, including a much older Han Solo and Chewbacca, and new but recognizable characters like Finn, Rey, and BB-8.
Interestingly the playsets comes off with two never-before-seen characters, such as an anonymous member of the Kanjiklub gang and a braided and bearded character named Tasu Leech.
There are no details as to who Tasu Leech is and the Kanjiklub Gang member. It is still uncertain who these characters are allied with in the Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens.
The new X-Wing from Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens looks pretty amazing and was shown being piloted by Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and is sporting the color of black and orange. The X-Wing is accompanied three mini figures, including the characters of BB-8, Resistance X-Wing Pilot and Resistance Ground Crew.
According to Attackofthefanboy, X-Wing toys are supposed to belong to the Resistance group in Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens. They are no longer called the Rebel Alliance much like the Empire is now called the First Order, it said.
Meanwhile, Star Wars: The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams led the Stars Wars panel at San Diego Comic-Con, and provided fans with more than three minutes of behind the scenes footage of the film, reported Business Insider.
Abrams told the more than 6,000 crowd in Hall H who were waiting for the official trailer, "Here's the thing. The truth is, we aren't ready to show you scenes from the movie or a new trailer. We really want to wait and do the trailer later in the fall.
"We knew that this was too important coming to you, who care about this, and love this so much. And, we wanted to bring something that was as unique and unexpected as we could. We put together a piece that you're gonna see that we hoped would bring you into the process a little bit of what it was like to make this movie and see some of the people who are doing it so, we have that."
In case you want to sneak peek of the Star Wars 7: The Force Awakens, click on the link for the second teaser of the upcoming blockbuster.