Rogue One : A Star Wars Story is perhaps the most intriguing Disney star Crazy war movie.
There’s too much potential to be brought to the screen, and too many stumbles. The movie was masterfully shot by Dune cinematographer Greig Fraser. The ending is touching and shocking. Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) and his droid sidekick K-2SO (Alan Tudyk) are still enduring. However, the film is saddled with a wet belly and a listless lead in Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones), among other issues (or maybe not–arguments What, exactly, is Rogue One is right and wrong is its ongoing fandom part of the legacy) .
Star Wars fans have long wondered, considering that for the films that didn’t make it into the final cut . Gareth Edwards directed the acclaimed production, which was followed by five weeks of reshoots, with Tony Gilroy in charge of perfecting Gary Whitta’s script and supervising Extra shots. Rogue One’s initial trailer and TV spot (shot below) contained many tantalizing shots, hinting at scenes that didn’t make it into the final cut
and Disney’s version in theaters was the best good editor? Will there be a bigger and betterRogue One version someday?
Gilroy, out of massive criticism for his Disney+ Rogue One prequel seriesAndor The good reviews for the first season gave us a clear answer: “Ugh, no. That’s definitely the best version you can have. Omg. No, no.”
Please provide more details?
“I’m not going to go into details,” Gilroy told The Hollywood Reporter (on May 2