The latest Rogue One trailer: a relapse of all the dark clues

Rogue One already has a teaser and a regular trailer, yet a latest (and apparently final) trailer contains a lot of additional new footage. Which is to contend it’s pressed with some-more clues and hints to obsess over while we wait impatiently for December. Like with a unchanging trailer, let’s puncture in and see what it reveals.

Be warned, yet this is speculation, there are expected some spoilers ahead.

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This new trailer opens with a scenic demeanour during a ringed planet, with an Imperial convey entrance in for a landing.

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This cuts to what appears to be a farm, where someone is holding a demeanour during a Imperial alighting team.

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The organisation is stoical of Death Troopers, that are part of a Imperial Intelligence division, with a organisation operative underneath Director Krennic, who’s high adult in a Advanced Weapons Research division. We’ve seen them in progressing trailers, and they are very, unequivocally scary.

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Next up, we get a initial glance of Galen Erso, a shining weapons engineer who is apparently instrumental in bringing a Death Star online. This is expected a flashback to when Krennic recruited Erso for a job.

Erso tells his daughter Jyn that he’s doing this to strengthen her, and in successive shots, she’s stealing in a bushes.

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Nothing says “recruitment” like a patrol of special army stormtroopers during your back.

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This is a younger Krennic than we saw in a progressing trailers, that shows that he’s been during this plan for a while. We got a beginning glimpses of a Death Star approach behind in Attack of a Clones, and after in Revenge of a Sith.

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Jyn wakes adult from this apparent flashback in an Imperial prison, judging by a guard stationed outside. We know she’s been vital on her possess given her teens, and it’s expected that she’s gotten into difficulty with a law.

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Here’s a cold shot of a world Jedha, which, as we forked out in a last breakdown, is a arrange of holy land for Jedi, and where we’ll after see a firefight.

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Boom. Poor Stormtrooper.

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“You wish to get out of here?” Diego Luna’s Captain Cassian Andor is behind a blast and appears to be violation Erso out of her cell. It’s not transparent accurately when or where this is: a roof looks a bit some-more complicated than a rougher dungeon that she was in a impulse ago.

Our theory here? Jyn Erso had been prisoner by a Empire, and was damaged out by Captain Andor and some other rebels on Jedha, after they figured out her tie to her father and his work on a Death Star. Or, she’s prisoner someday after in a film, and damaged out again.

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Really neat beyond shot of a U-Wing headed somewhere on Jedha. We’ve seen identical shots in progressing trailers, yet now we can see that some of those ridges are a stays of a hulk statue of a Jedi.

In a voice-over, Mon Mothma explains that a rebellion is all that there is to pull behind opposite a Empire.

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We’re behind to a informed location: Yavin IV, where a Rebellion is based, and where we saw Jyn hauled in shackles in a final trailer.

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We’ve seen other pieces of this stage in progressing footage, yet now, it’s transparent that a Rebellion is meddlesome in one thing: Jyn’s father, who is operative on a new superweapon.

According to a initial trailer for a film, Jyn has been on her possess given a age of 15, so it’s expected that she hasn’t listened from her father in a while. “What is this?” she asks. She’s clearly not been gripping adult with her father’s activities.

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Cut to a unequivocally Imperial-looking bottom as Mon Mothma explains that Galen Erso is “critical to a growth of a superweapon.”

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Cut to dual shots of a most comparison Galen Erso and Director Krennic (who doesn’t demeanour unequivocally happy).

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Here’s a flattering shot of a Death Star, orbiting what is substantially Scarif, where it was assembled (and where we’ll see some large battles after on).

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“If my father built this thing, we need to find him,” Jyn tells Andor. It looks like a Rebellion is going to try to use Jyn as a personal angle to get a information they need on a Death Star.

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“Alright, how many do we need?” Baze Malbus asks. One of a prevalent theories of this film is that it’s partial heist film, of that a large member is convention a organisation that will lift it out. This positively looks like Andor and Erso will need to find a right people to take a plans.

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Alan Tyduk’s K-2SO tells them that someone is requesting a call sign. “Rogue,” Riz Ahmed’s Bodhi Rook says. “Rogue One.” Movie title!

The Rogue call pointer has a quite transparent story in Star Wars: it was what a squadron on Hoth, and after during Endor used, and was after a basement for a series of novels and comics by Michael A. Stackpole. In a comparison canon, Rogue Squadron emerged out of Red Squadron, that had fought during Yavin IV in A New Hope.

It’s not wholly transparent if this section is a origins of a after squadron, or if they only share a name. Undoubtably, there’ll be a novel or brief story that will outline a nitty-gritty.

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A covenant to a new-ness of a Death Star. Nice, glossy floors for thespian reflections of Darth Vader.

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Director Krennic articulate to Darth Vader: “The energy that we are traffic with here is immeasurable.” Given Vader’s position on a Death Star behind in A New Hope, it sounds like he’s not wholly assured about a potential. Also, a approach Krennic says a word “power” is amazing.

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We knew a Death Star was big, yet it’s good to get a reminder.

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Cut to a stage overseeing another planet, that looks like Jedha. This is a same room where Governor Tarkin systematic a drop of Alderaan only a small after this film ends. Given a planet’s stress when it comes to Jedi, it creates clarity that a Empire would wish it destroyed.

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We’re behind on Yavin IV, where one insurgent asks: “If a Empire has this kind of power, what possibility do we have?”

This is interesting, since it looks as yet a Rebellion already has some of a Death Star’s plans. They’re clearly wakeful of a inlet of a Death Star, yet miss minute skeleton for a installation.

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Troopers on Jedha are corroborated adult by an AT-ST (All Terrain Scout Transport) during what appears to be a pitched battle. We’ve seen some of this quarrel in progressing trailers.

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“We have hope,” Jyn Erso says to a organisation of Rebels. “Rebellions are built on hope.” Maybe this is in a issue of another conflict that didn’t go well? It positively seems like a “rally a troops” arrange of moment, as yet someone asked what they had left.

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A unequivocally flattering design of Scarif, where a Death Star was reportedly built. This positively looks like an Imperial facility. We already know from before trailers this pleasing beach environment will horde a conflict between Imperial and Rebel troopers.

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Rogue One has been described as a war film by a director, Gareth Edwards. There’s positively been some visible comparisons to World War II, generally formed off of a footage from progressing trailers. This stage looks like it’s right out of something from a Pacific Theater of Operations.

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“They have no thought we’re coming,” Erso says. Sneak attack! These dual shots uncover Captain Andor and Erso in dress as Imperial Forces. K-2SO blends right in. We’ve seen that iconic shot of Jyn in armor already, nonetheless though a helmet. Toys have suggested that she is wearing an Imperial Ground Crew uniform. It looks like a visor is retractable, that gives this dress a quite overwhelming look.

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Here’s discerning shot of an conflict in a rain, that we saw in a final trailer. It looks like a Rogue organisation has some atmosphere support.

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And here are some neat residents of Jedha.

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Baze Malbus takes out some Imperial troopers in front of a downed X-Wing as Donnie Yen’s Chirrut Îmwe says that The Force is strong.

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Here’s another shot of that night raid as a squadron of X-Wing and Y-Wing fighters lay down some punishment.

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Jump to a conflict on Scarif, where we get a glance of a new Shoretroopers, while Bodhi Rook looks like he’s entrance to terms with something. The subsequent shot sees him using by a conflict into a doorway.

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A fantastic picture of X-Wings in space. This looks like it’s come right off of a aged Michael A. Stackpole / Aaron Allston X-Wing array covers.

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The Force Awakens had some implausible starfighter scenes, and this looks as yet it’ll mount adult there with that.

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We held a glance of this X-Wing commander in conflict in a behind-the-scenes shave from Celebration.

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K-2SO’s skills apparently extend to drifting a ship.

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There’s a voiceover from Erso that is flattering inspirational: “We’ll take a subsequent chance, and a next. You’re rebels, aren’t you?”

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Here’s something floating adult spectacularly. This looks identical to another stage in a final trailer, when Erso and Andor shun around a U-Wing. (My co-worker Chris Plante is assured this is a Star Destroyer crashing into a planet’s surface.)

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We get one some-more shot of Vader, entering dramatically toward Director Krennic. We’re a small astounded during how downplayed his purpose appears here, given how his participation grabbed headlines with a final trailer. He feels roughly like an afterthought.

Galen Erso, on his knees, does not demeanour happy. This looks as yet it connects behind to a progressing shot of him in this trailer. Maybe a Death Star is behind schedule, and Krennic is holding it out on a designer?

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“Save a Rebellion!” Forest Whitaker’s Saw Gerrera cries out. “Save a dream.” If these aren’t a final difference of a drastic character, we don’t know what would be.

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Another cold shot of a Scarif battle: a walkers here are a small opposite from a ones during Hoth: they’re called AT-ATCs — All Terrain Armored Transport-Cargo.

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Speaking of Walkers, it looks like Baze Malbus and Chirrut Îmwe are about to be squished by one on Scarif.

And that’s it! This is being billed as a final trailer, yet there’ll be a ton of TV commercials and clips entrance out in a months forward that will undoubtably exhibit even some-more of a film.

This trailer positively gives us a improved thought of how a film is framed, and how critical Jyn Erso is to a whole story, yet it also injects a bit of a “war film” component that hasn’t unequivocally come by in before trailers.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will arrive in theaters on Dec 16th, 2016.


The Force Awakens had a stupid strange opening

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