Entertainment Weekly’s Anthony Breznican looks into
if the crew of the Hammerhead in over Scarif. The answer? Spoiler: Sort of. Rogue One survived the battle
→ Also at EW, the creative team for Marvel’s . Like Rogue One adaptation The Force Awakens, it’ll be a six-issue series, but this one is written by Jody Houser and illustrated by Emilio Laiso. The first issue is due out in April. (That Phil Noto cover sure looks familiar…)
A new look at K-2SO from ABC gives us a look at Alan Tudyk in a different last scene for the droid.
→ io9’s Germain Lussier talks to
editor John Gilroy about the film, focusing on the third act.
The origin of Jyn Erso’s name isn’t going to be feeding any of those Dark Forces conspiracy theories, sorry.
Rogue One is up for several categories in the VES Awards. It’s also up for a Costume Designers Guild Award.
→ China isn’t that into it:
Rogue One opens softer than The Force Awakens did .
The next episode of
Rebels, ‘Warhead’ airs January 14 at 8:30 p.m. ET on Disney XD.
Going back a little, io9 has some answers on how how one of the show’s Hammerhead Corvettes ended up playing
a pivotal role in . Rogue One
Rebels returns with ‘Ghosts of Geonosis,’ Saw Gerrera and a brand-new Imperial officer. Andi talks to Freddie Prinze Jr., Taylor Gray, Pablo Hidalgo, Henry Gilroy, and Dave Filoni. Also, behind the scenes footage of Chopper on the Rogue One set!
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Director Gareth Edwards explained why the iconic shot that ended the first trailer didn’t make it into the movie.
ABC’s Nightline takes a look at how Grand Moff Tarkin and Princess Leia were recreated for
In an extensive interview with Yahoo,
editors John Gilroy and Colin Goudie shed some light on the reshoots and discuss their Rogue One process. Don’t skip this one!
The rest might not be exactly today, but here are a few things that have come up since we last checked in…
→ A fun look at how much the data formats of , from Sarah Jeong. Yes, data formats are funny, deal with it. Star Wars suck
→ At StarWars.com,
Doug Chiang discusses designing , from ships to stormtroopers to Darth Vader’s castle. Rogue One
→ Empire has
13 things they learned from director Gareth Edwards – including, yes, there was an opening crawl early on.
→ In addition to winning
a third straight weekend, Rogue One has now passed the $800M mark.
→ All about your new favorite Mon Calamari,
actual military veterans ended up in Rogue One (and other films.)
→ Not gotten around to the movie’s Visual Guide yet?
io9 has the highlights. (You should still get the book, though.)
“Now I think that this would make for a fantastic obit—so I tell my younger friends that no matter how I go,
I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.”
John Knoll discusses the choice to and methods of
resurrecting Peter Cushing’s Grand Moff Tarkin for with the New York Times. Rogue One
StarWars.com reveals , including a still of Chopper’s appearance in the film and a chat with Matt Martin about the experience. And although a Rebels Easter Eggs in Rogue One random store sighting broke the news, we also get a look at Saw Gerrera’s upcoming appearance on the show.
Yes, Forest Whitaker is voicing him. Rebels returns January 7 on Disney XD.
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A nice video that shows many of the trailer/commercial shots that weren’t in the final film.
→ /Film takes a look at Darth Vader’s Mustafar digs, including the history, the ground-laying done in Rebels, and the hints that we may see it again fairly soon.
→ At The Verge, Andrew Liptak calls
Mike Stackpole’s X-wing novels the “spiritual ancestor” of Rogue One.
→ And speaking of things revived from the murky
Star Wars past, Force Material is all over the Whills, who’ve been around (vaguely) since the very beginning.
Rogue One has helped push Disney over the $7B global box office mark in 2016 – the first movie studio to do so.
→ DK has
several behind-the-scenes photos | Alternate pun-filled titles for Michael Giacchino’s score | Gareth Edwards on the cameras and technology behind the film.