Finn (John Boyega) is definitely going to shine in the coming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” After leaving the First Order and joining the Resistance, the ex-stormtrooper will be back to face his former commander, Captain Phasma (Gwendoline Christie).

In the recently released trailer, a glimpse of Finn and Captain Phasma’s epic sword battle was seen. In fact, the 25-year-old star is now teasing about the fight on his Twitter page.

Finn and Phasma’s battle

“If you've ever had a crappy boss...You'll wanna see this fight,” John Boyega tweeted about Finn’s battle with Captain Phasma in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

To recall, Finn was originally part of the First Order when his character was introduced in “The Force Awakens.” He was known as Eighty-Seven and considered to be one of the best stormtroopers.

However, when the order attacked the village of Tuanul on the planet of Jakku with Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), he was afraid and refused to participate in killing the villagers.

As Captain Phasma saw his distress and asked for his blaster to be checked, he knew that he would be evaluated again, so he ran away. There were only a few times that the two interacted. First, in the massacre on Jakku and second was when he held her at gunpoint on Starkiller Base. Now, they will finally face each other again in a sword battle. Who will win between the two?

Johnson slams publications’ claim about his statement

In other news, Rian Johnson called out the publications that reported that he told the “Star Wars” fans to avoid watching the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer.

Before the new official teaser was dropped on October 9 on Monday Night Football, the 43-year-old filmmaker answered a fan’s question about the possible spoilers in the new clip. "I [am] legitimately torn. If you want to come in clean, absolutely avoid it. But it's gooooood," he said.

Johnson didn’t like how some news outlets altered what he said and said that the words used was “misleading.” He explained that he told fans that if they want to come 100 percent clean or spoiler-free, they should avoid watching the new teaser.

He didn’t just say to avoid the trailer by all means. He even described the articles’ titles as a "whole bunch of clickbaity jiggery-pokery."

To make things lighter, he then commended some fans that have the guts to avoid watching movie trailers. He admitted that he is weak because he watches every new film teaser coming. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is set to be released on December 15 in the U.S.