Just when we think we're done with "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" TV spots, they pull us back in. Each brief preview is a new shot of adrenaline, and the latest puts the focus squarely on John Boyega's Finn.

"You don't know a thing about me," Finn says at the start of the 30-second spot. "What I've seen. We all need to run." We do see him running, along with Daisy Ridley's Rey, and using his lightsaber to fight a stormtrooper. And does he get to pilot the Millennium Falcon there in the end?

There's also some brief comic relief, with Harrison Ford's Han Solo asking Finn, "Sure you're up for this?" His candid reply, "Hell no."

The character of Finn is meant to be a stormtrooper himself, or at least a former one. As Boyega told Entertainment Weekly, "For Finn, he's been raised from the ashes of the Empire. He's been taught about Luke Skywalker, he knows about his history. For him it's like joining the army and then learning about one of the great enemies of your country. It has that effect on him. But in terms of the Force, and the magical stuff that happens, that is the point where Finn kind of questions what is what. What is the Force, what part does Luke Skywalker play in all of this?"

Finn actually ends up with the lightsaber that once belonged to Luke (Mark Hamill), and to Anakin/Darth Vader before him. EW noted that "it was last seen tumbling down an air shaft after Darth Vader sliced off his hand and revealed that he, he was Luke's father. In this film ... it's an important piece of the puzzle that will reveal Luke's fate and whereabouts."

Intriguing... How do you feel about these TV spots: The more the better, or are you hoping they stop so they don't give away too much of the surprise? "The Force Awakens" opens December 18.

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