Rogue One: First reactions say it's 'even better than The Force Awakens'

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In a week time, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" will open in theaters.

The final message of the film?

Currently, the rumors floating around is that Mads Mikkelsen will be playing a character role named Galen in Rogue One. "My family are here, my close friends are here, so.just the happiness I'm feeling is vast that they are finally going to see the film, this thing that I've not stopped talking about - without giving away any spoilers - for the last two years".

"To be honest - and no offense to anyone here - it was the most important review to me, what George thought of it". Upcoming Star Wars anthology films also include a young Han Solo solo movie starring Alden Ehrenreich as well as a rumored Boba Fett solo film in the future. Normally when you put a film together it goes together like A-B-C-D-E and you move on. The cast has seen it, but few others will until the film's premiere in Los Angeles on December 10. Our visual-effects shot count went from 600 to almost 1,700, so suddenly we could do absolutely anything we wanted.

With millions of copies sold and fans clamoring for a sequel, Star Wars: Battlefront has been an extremely successful gamble for EA and DICE.

"Things kept improving constantly and the film was getting better and better - and if you're improving it, you don't stop", the "Rogue One" director said.

Ben Mendelsohn, who plays Imperial Commander Orson Krennic, described "Rogue One" as "the really tough cousin" to previous "Star Wars" films.

The conclusion of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has left us with a lot of questions about where the characters will be going in future Episode movies.

"We hope that our shoppers and die-hard fans of Star Wars would have a pleasant time here", said the mall's general manager Chow Heng Wah in a press release.

Inspired by WWII classics like "The Guns of Navarone", and shot by "Zero Dark Thirty" cinematographer Greig Fraser, "Rogue One" promises to be a grittier film, putting the war back in "Star Wars".

The live stream hosted by Andi Gutierrez, Peter Townley, David C. Collins, and Anthony Carboni showed red carpet interviews, clips from the movie, behind the scenes featurettes, and more.