CNET Magazine, profiles several Disney properties in their latest issue.

The cover features actor John Boyega, the new hero of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” who describes what being an action figure feels like – both on the big screen and as a toy brought to life in the new “Star Wars” videogame. Boyega also talks about the impact of science fiction on culture, what he brings to the character of Finn and his favorite moment working with director J.J. Abrams.

“We were thrilled to sit down with John Boyega, the new hero of the ‘Star Wars’ saga, to discuss how tech helped him prepare for the movie, the role of science fiction in modern day commentary and his love of gaming,” said Mark Larkin, Senior Vice President and General Manager of CNET.

Other Disney stories include:

The house that Mickey Mouse built is now animating the toy world — and toys may never be the same. “It Really Is a Small World, After All,” gives readers an inside look as Disney Interactive’s creative team brings its latest Disney Infinity “Star Wars” video game to life.

“To Infinity,” marks Toy Story’s 20th anniversary, with a look at how Pixar brought computers to the movies in the world’s first full-length animated movie.

CNET Magazine celebrates the release of “The Force Awakens,” with two editions of the Winter issue, including a limited collectors issue available only at Barnes & Noble stores and newsstands in the New York metro area.