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When last we saw Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren, he was sporting a pretty gnarly scar through the middle of his face in the closing moments of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Well, he’ll look a little different when The Last Jedi arrives later this year.
As fans around the world speculate about the identity of The Last Jedi in Star Wars: Episode VIII’s title, we have a theory based on the previous film titles.
I can tell you what there really isn’t enough of in the movie (despite my not having seen it yet), and it’s the luscious locks of Kylo Ren.
A spoilery description of an upcoming battle scene in Star Wars: Episode VIII, which involves some beloved characters, has emerged.
Fresh off his introduction as the new Big Bad in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Adam Driver hosted Saturday Night Live — and Kylo Ren’s trademark temper tantrums were on full, hilarious display.
Even bad guys like money. Some bad guys especially like money!
Sure, we’ve all seen the movie a few times now — but now the script for Star Wars: The Force Awakens has trickled out, offering a few more details on some of the film’s lingering mysteries.
Is Kylo Ren a good at his job at being bad? That depends on if you judge him by his ability to construct a lightsaber.
OK, so by now most of you have probably seen the new Star Wars movie, maybe more than once. But what about the stuff we didn't see? Spoilers ahead!
Is Kylo Ren a fitting new Star Wars villain? It's time for a debate.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens saw the birth of its most complex villain yet.
That giant, planet-sized weapon in the poster for Star Wars: The Force Awakens? It might be exactly what you think it is ... sort of. Possible spoilers ahead!
It might look cool, but Kylo Ren’s lightsaber has been one of the most controversial aspects of J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now we finally know the story behind the design.
Here's what may be our best look yet at The Force Awakens' villain, and his henchmen.