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Adam Driver feared Star Wars axe on The Force Awakens

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Adam Driver feared Star Wars axe on The Force Awakens

Adam Driver feared Star Wars axe on The Force Awakens

Adam Driver feared Star Wars axe on 'The Force Awakens' The 'Marriage Story' star joined the franchise at the beginning of Disney's new trilogy in 2015's 'The Force Awakens', and his first job during filming was to strike Max von Sydow, who played Lor San Tekka.

However, Adam - who plays First Order villain Kylo Ren - was worried about injuring Max, as he struggled to see out of his character's black mask.

Adam told Rolling Stone magazine: Adam revealed that Max emerged from the scene unscathed, but only through "total luck".

Adam told Rolling Stone magazine:

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