'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Toys - All the Details of the New Line

PHOTO: Scene from the new movie "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."PlayStar Wars/Instagram
WATCH New 'Star Wars' Toys Unveiled in Times Square in Global Unboxing Event

The new the LEGO "Star Wars" Millennium Falcon and adorable BB-8 droid by Sphero were both unveiled during "Good Morning America" on Thursday as part of a global unboxing of the new "Force Awakens" line, and there's a lot to discuss!

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BB-8 is the trusted droid of rebel fighter Poe, played by Oscar Isaac, in the highly-anticipate "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." The app-enabled BB-8 by Sphero talks like the lovable droid. It also spins and rolls, all off your smartphone.

Evan from EvanTubeHD unboxed both the coveted toys, including the iconic Falcon. The revamped ship, piloted by the great Han Solo, features a slightly new design and detectable cockpit and includes 6 minifigures, including Solo and the lovable Chewbacca.

PHOTO: The LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon and the Star Wars BB-8 by Sphero are unveiled on GMA.ABC
The LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon and the Star Wars BB-8 by Sphero are unveiled on "GMA".

The epic unboxings on "GMA" came after a full night of toy reveals accross the globe starting late Wednesday and continuing until later this morning. Some of the toys unveiled included the Jedi Master Lightsaber, Kylo Ren's three-pronged lightsaber and Poe's X-Wing.

Aside from the movie's premier in December, the "Star Wars" unboxing was what fans have been waiting for all year.

The global unboxings began at 5:45 p.m. EST yesterday and the Jedi lightsaber, which comes with several attachments, including multiple colors, was the first toy revealed live from Sydney, Australia. Kids can build their own lightsaber with the classic Jedi colors like blue and green.

Next, the unboxings continued in Los Angeles. The hosts of the “Star Wars” livestream got the first look at Poe Dameron's black X-Wing Fighter toy from Hasbro. Poe, as you know is played by rising action star Oscar Isaac. The X-Wing is the iconic fighter that dates all the way back to the first “Star Wars” film in 1977 and the same fighter that took down the dreaded Death Star.

The details are incredible, as pointed out by the hosts and Poe even comes with an attachable helmet. The Fighter itself comes with a little BB-8, Poe's droid, that pops up from the fighter and helps pilot the craft. A LEGO version came later in the night.

Paris opened up possibly the most ominous toy of the night thus far. Much has been said about Kylo Ren’s three-pronged lightsaber and this Disney Store exclusive was revealed in one of the most iconic cities in the world. The red lightsaber has been featured in trailers thus far and shows that Supreme Leader Snoke’s most dangerous ally, Ren, is going to be a force to reckon with.

Here's more highlights:

Captain Phasma

More still coming from all over the world. We will be bringing you all the details of all the amazing toys, so you won't miss a beat.

Here's the full schedule, subject to change (all times Eastern):

Sydney - BladeBuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber

Tokyo - Star Wars: The Force Awakens Big Figures (31" and 48")

Seoul - LEGO Star Wars Poe's X-Wing Fighter

Hong Kong - Hot Wheels car assortment featuring Star Wars characters and Escape from Jakku Starship playset

Paris - Star Wars: The Force Awakens Kylo Ren Lightsaber

Madrid - Star Wars Micro Machines First Order Star Destroyer

Berlin - LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle

London - Star Wars: The Force Awakens Elite Series die-cast figure assortment

Rio de Janeiro 7:30 a.m.

New York - ("GMA") BB-8 by Sphero and the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon

Toronto - Remote Control, flying X-Wing and a Remote Flying Millennium Falcon

Chicago - Captain Phasma costume, among others like Kylo Ren

Mexico City - Nerf Stormtrooper Blaster

San Francisco - Millennium Falcon from Nerf

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