Entertainment Weekly continues to reveal more photos of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and today we have some larger HD photos to share…
Entertainment Weekly just keeps on bringing the hits, with regards to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Yesterday, the magazine revealed a bevy of HD quality photos featuring some of the films main characters, as well as some familiar Stormtroopers, and the all new Deathtroopers.
EW also produced a video with some sound bytes from the stars of the film:
Next up, we have the regular Stormtroopers in the surf, as they make their way to the beachhead of the island where the Rebels are entrenched.
Unless you’re counting Han and Luke in the trash compactor in A New Hope, we’ve never seen a Stormtrooper’s armor endure the element of water. I wonder how it will hold up?
Here we have the droid K-2SO, played by Alan Tudyk (Firefly). According to EW, K-2SO has a bit of an attitude and is nothing like C-3PO.
Next up, we have a surreal picture of Deathtroopers picking up an Empire toy. I wonder what’s going on here? Is it meant to be a symbolic gesture that the Deathtroopers are superior to the regular Stormtroopers? I guess we will have to wait until this December to find out.
Here we have Imperial Director Orson Krennic, portrayed by Ben Mendelsohn (Bloodlines). According to EW, Director Krennic is vying for the attention of Emperor Palpatine in direct competition with Darth Vader…something tells me this won’t end well for him.
Finally, we have a returning character that EW promised hardcore Star Wars fans would instantly recognize his name. Forest Whitaker as Rebel insurgent Saw Gerrera. The last time we met Saw Gerrera, was in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and this was an amazing connection to the storytelling by Lucasfilm and Disney.
As always, you can see all the photos over at Entertainment Weekly, just by clicking the link provided.
And, stay tuned to Dork Side of the Force, as we keep you updated in the weeks ahead, as the Star Wars Celebration Europe is headed our way, on July 15 through 17.