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One Final Trailer for 'Rogue One' is a Reminder: Tickets On Sale Soon

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November 27, 2016
Source: YouTube

Rogue One Final Trailer

"Trust the Force." Don't forget, Star Wars fans - early tickets for the opening weekend of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story go on sale this week! Starting this Monday (November 28th) around most of the world (they're already on sale in the UK). Check your local cinema for info. To remind everyone this is happening, Disney + Lucasfilm have released one more 90 second trailer with bits of extra footage. Starring Felicity Jones as Jyn Erso, plus Mads Mikkelsen, Donnie Yen, Ben Mendelsohn, Forest Whitaker, Diego Luna, Jonathan Aris, Riz Ahmed & Alan Tudyk, Rogue One is about a group of rebels who set out on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. This looks so badass! See everyone in theaters in a few weeks.

Here's the final trailer (+ IMAX poster) for Edwards' Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, from YouTube:

And here's another two TV spots for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story that debuted recently, for even more:

Rogue One Poster

You can still see the first teaser trailer for Rogue One here, plus the second trailer + the third trailer here.

"Rogue One takes place before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope and will be a departure from the saga films but have elements that are familiar to the Star Wars universe," says Kathleen Kennedy. Rogue One tells the story of resistance fighters who have united to steal plans to the dreaded Death Star. It's being directed by English filmmaker Gareth Edwards, of the movies Monsters and Godzilla previously. The screenplay is credited to Chris Weitz (About a Boy, The Golden Compass, Cinderella) based on a story by John Knoll and Gary Whitta. Disney will release Gareth Edwards' Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in theaters everywhere starting December 16th, 2016 - coming next month. Who's planning to go on opening night?

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Reader Feedback - 22 Comments

1

Passing on this one, but I am already sold on seeing it opening time, opening day. I am already starting to get an scratchy throat.

DAVIDPD on Nov 27, 2016

2

Passing? huh. Right.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 27, 2016

3

On the trailer.

Carpola on Nov 28, 2016

4

Not on the film. Cause who can pass on this? Looks so good.

Alex Billington on Nov 28, 2016

5

It looks ok. I'll definitely go to the cinema to see it. the last Star Wars was a bit weird in the nostalgiafest, but this might work. Even though we already knows what happens to them.

Carpola on Nov 28, 2016

6

No we don't. At no point in the original trilogy do they describe the fate of the people who stole the plans.

Kenobi on Nov 28, 2016

7

I always thought is said they all died, that gives me a New Hope for the fate of them.

Carpola on Nov 29, 2016

8

They only talk about the Bothans that stole the plans for the 2nd Deathstar.

Kenobi on Nov 29, 2016

9

Yeah, io9 said it had too many spoilery bits.

DAVIDPD on Nov 28, 2016

10

Reading comprehension is a lost art

Kenobi on Nov 28, 2016

11

I meant passing as in YOU WONT WATCH THE TRAILER. God, the smart ass trolls are on the move again. Like how many times did I say to myself nope not watching more footage only to be tempted after all.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 28, 2016

12

So people with better reading comprehension are trolls...brilliant rationalization. What ever it takes to feel better about yourself.

Kenobi on Nov 28, 2016

13

lol. Are you serious? First off you are the one that misread my post. I was all along referring to the trailer. That already makes your "comprehension" post idiotic. And most of it, why the fuck am I reading your bs anyways? You, some anonymous internet troll, posted specifically to insult someone and not on the movie. So yeah, now that the stick is deep up your ass don't mind if I move it some more...

Sascha Dikiciyan on Nov 29, 2016

14

Okay okay... Let's just move along.

Alex Billington on Nov 29, 2016

15

But, why then were you surprised that David is not going to watch the trailer? Isn't it perfectly logical to skip a trailer when you want to enjoy a movie without knowing too much about the story upfront?

Nash on Nov 29, 2016

16

bahahaha...get a load of this idiot. Your music sucks BTW. Like complete garbage...then again why should i be surprised seeing as you've never worked on anything major. You're basically like a spec of dirt on John Williams shoe. LOL

Kenobi on Nov 29, 2016

17

Fingers are crossed for this bad boy. I mean you have to hand it to Disney, if you want to recapture the Star Wars magic even more than a sequel have a film that is directly tied to, and happening at the same time as, the first one. If they play this right it should tap into the nostalgia value like no other film ever could.

Payne by name on Nov 28, 2016

18

We need another three or four trailers to finish the film ...

shiboleth on Nov 28, 2016

19

The movie is only 15 mins long? Wow...interesting.

Kenobi on Nov 28, 2016

20

No, the movie is the series of combinations of the same 15 mins throughout its whole duration ...

shiboleth on Nov 29, 2016

21

You be so smartly

Kenobi on Nov 29, 2016

22

Not Watching any more Trailers... LOL

wylles on Nov 29, 2016

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