Rogue One: A Star Wars Story aims to set your fears aside and show you the ways of The Force.
Whoa. If this is the result of extensive reshoots then all movies should have them.
So now we know Jyn Erso wasn’t just randomly selected to be a part of this rebel team. Looks like her father, Galen Erso (Mads Mikkelsen), has become a part of the Empire’s plan to build the Death Star, whether his role in this scheme is reluctant, I’m not so sure. But we know the rebellion has now become personal for Jyn.
“If the Empire has this kind of power, what chance do we have?”
“We have hope. Rebellion is built on hope.”
Ben Mendelsohn’s Director Orson Krennic has been a part of the Erso’s lives for many years. He’s described as a man obsessed with the completion of the long-delayed Death Star project. A cruel but brilliant man, Krennic has staked his reputation on the delivery of the functional battle station to the Emperor. But even more important and chills inducing is his involvement with Darth Vader. We see them share two scenes in the trailer alone.
We’re going to be honest with you, nothing from Rogue One looks bad.
Look at these images we pulled from the trailer.
That is stunning imagery. To continue going for broke we also have a final poster that is actually great. Let’s forget about this one.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is in theaters December 16, 2016.
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