If you already watch the latest "Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi" trailer, you will notice, too, that Kylo Ren's scar on the face seems slightly different from what we see in the last scenes of the "Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens" past year. Kylo Ren's scar is positioned a tad differently than it was in 'The Force Awakens.' Luckily, director Rian Johnson has explained why. Johnson justification, saying it is way cooler is reasonably acceptable, but we can't avoid negative thoughts from the perfectionist fans about these changes.

In Star Wars 7, Rey and Kylo have a major fight, which leaves the commander of the First Order with a permanent scar. "It honestly looked goofy running straight up the bridge of his nose." was Johnson's full answer.

Looking back on working with Fisher on "The Force Awakens" and "The Last Jedi", Isaac said he feels "fortunate" that he "got to be in her gravitational field". The former Jedi master is training Rey to balance the Force but he also cautions that the time of Jedi is coming to an end. In The Last Jedi, the scar is much less pronounced-and the angle of it moved from the center of his forehead so the line more off-center.

With multiple powerful plots, the film is touted to explore greater stories of each of its major characters.

The 24: Live Another Day star recently spoke out regarding fellow British actor Daniel Kaluuya's casting in horror film Get Out, after screen veteran Samuel L. Jackson suggested black British actors can't fully relate to the racism documented in the American movie.