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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Gorgeous Star Wars Fanart Imagines If Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Swapped Roles

What would the original Star Wars universe look like if Luke were raised on Alderaan as a Prince, and Leia brought to Tatooine, then trained as a Jedi?

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Star Wars Fans Have Spotted a Last Jedi Reference in Rogue One

Spoilers for Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi

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Watch Chirrut Îmwe Waste The Entire Empire In This Rogue One LEGO Parody

The How It Should Have Ended folks recently released this LEGO parody of Rogue One, in which Chirrut Îmwe takes down Stormtroopers, Darth Vader, AT-ATs and more in an escalating, wonderfully manic series of fight scenes.

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“Is This A Kissing Movie?”—Thoughts From an Ace Film Fan

Movies like Rogue One and Power Rangers prove it’s possible to have a gripping emotional story arc that carries the action forward without forcing romance into the equation.

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Fans Recreated Rogue One’s Best Scene at Star Wars Celebration

I feel bad awarding the honor of "best scene" in Rogue One to Darth Vader, not just because it seems it was only added at the last minute, but because the movie really was a great ensemble, and if anything, I wish we'd gotten more time with some of these characters. On the other hand, Vader definitely also had the worst scene in the movie with his Force choke dad joke, so I think it all balances out in the end.

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You’re Either Going to Love or Hate the Honest Trailer for Rogue One

Rogue One was a weird experiment for the Star Wars franchise, and reaction to it was fittingly mixed (though mostly positive), largely ranging from "it was fine, but uneven" to "this is my favorite Star Wars movie ever." The former group will likely enjoy the Honest Trailer treatment for the movie's trouble spots, while the latter will probably be annoyed by the nitpicking all over again.

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A Giddy Riz Ahmed Wouldn’t Stop Making Audition Tapes for Rogue One, Here Are a Few

If that's not the most endearingly nerdy thing you've ever heard, this featurette includes at least four of these tapes with Ahmed performing in various outfits--one of them a makeshift pilot outfit with nothing but a vest and a headband that might also be a tie.

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Rogue One Cast and Crew Talk About Just What “The Darth Vader Effect” Means to Them

Goosebumps.

Rogue One director Gareth Edwards and director of photography Greig Fraser explain how implementing a heavy hitter like Vader was viewed as a strategic move.

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Things We Saw Today: What Princess Leia Looked Like in Rogue One, Pre-Special Effects

Through the magic of the movies, Princess Leia had a cameo in Rogue One, wherein she very much resembled a young Carrie Fisher. Norwegian actress Ingvild Delia was behind the buns—but just wait until you see the actor who played Grand Moff Tarkin before Industrial Light & Magic layered on the CGI.

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This Retro Rogue One VHS Trailer Is Both Exciting and Frustrating for Reasons

Why isn't this real?

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story just got a major update and I'm not talking about alternative endings.

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Gareth Edwards Explains What Changed in Rogue One‘s Reshoots and Why

Thanks to a chat between /Film and director Gareth Edwards, we know what exactly had to change about Rogue One's climactic ending.

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Things We Saw Today: Awesome Korra Cosplayer Bends Fire IRL, Looks Entirely Badass

Van Helen's cosplay game is on point. Not only does her actual costume look great, but she's literally playing with fire. Nope. Not Photoshop. Them there are actual flames! Wanna check out more photos and see how she did it? Check it out after the jump!

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Things We Saw Today: The Metal-as-Hell Cellist Behind the Wonder Woman Theme

Tina Guo, the classically trained musician who provided the badass cello riffs on Wonder Woman's theme from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, shared a video of her making the song even more metal.

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How It Should’ve Ended Puts Vader’s One-Liner in Context & Takes on the Rest of Rogue One

As the Star Wars canon continues to grow (after it shrank a bit first), we have so much more to love—and poke good-natured fun at. How It Should Have Ended has finally taken on Rogue One, and while their take is enjoyable as usual, an expanded scene around Vader's bad joke steals the show for me and has left me suddenly feeling much more fond of that part of the movie.

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Things We Saw Today: Commission a Lego Mosaic of Your Face, Like the Roman Empress You Are

The LEGO Mosaic Maker will give you the tools to create a custom, grayscale mosaic of your face in LEGO bricks.

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Rogue One Passed $1 Billion, Moana Passed $500 Million, at the Box Office

Diversity continued to dominate the box office this weekend, as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Moana passed big milestones and Hidden Figures stayed strong at #3.

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Lucasfilm Story Group Goes In-Depth on Rogue One Easter Eggs, Leia, and Rebels Connections

As a prequel taking place just before A New Hope and shortly after the time of the ongoing Star Wars RebelsRogue One was particularly littered with small details and connections to other parts of the Star Wars universe. In this special segment from The Star Wars Show, three members of Lucasfilm's story group talk about some of those connections, how they came together in the real world, and their significance in the story.

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The Endless Train of Rogue One Behind-the-Scenes Stories Continues With Enlightening Video

Alan Tudyk had an in-person cameo? Curse this sudden but inevitable meta joke.

Looper has created a video rounding up many of these behind-the-scenes stories, reiterating some pretty well-known ones while also pulling back the curtain on some perhaps lesser-known facts.

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We Need More Than Female Protagonists: Women Only Spoke 27% of the Dialogue in 2016’s Top Grossing Films

You would think that with female-led films like Rogue One making bank and Ghostbusters: Answer the Call generating backlash that we must be making huge amounts of progress when it comes to gender parity in film. You'd be wrong.

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A Rogue One Comic Is on the Way, & It Will Go Deeper Than the Movie

You've probably already seen Rogue One a million times by now (yeah, we know), you may even have read the prequel novel a few times itself, and you probably watched Star Wars Rebels for the Saw Gerrera's tie-in, but soon, those won't be your only options for reliving the movie! There's also a comic book adaptation on the way, written by Jody Houser and illustrated by Emilio Laiso.

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