Rogue One – almost

❝ I have isolated 46 individual shots that were shared in the promotional material but never made the final cut of the film. Every teaser and trailer for ROGUE ONE hooked me from the first moment. It delivered on all counts. I left the theater estatic and rejuvenated. I did miss some of the trailer moments that resonated with me during the months before the release…but the overall feeling was pure joy. Mission accomplished to everyone that worked on ROGUE ONE. Thank you…ENJOY THE VIDEO

Vashi Nedomansky

Thanks, UrsaRodinia

One thought on “Rogue One – almost

  1. Spoiler says:

    “Rogue One’s reshoots show how Disney saved the first standalone Star Wars movie : Gareth Edwards’ film was a surprisingly risky experiment for the franchise” “…Looking at the first trailers and comparing them against the final product, it’s clear that there were some major changes from the earliest cuts and the final version that premiered in December. (also) What we’ve learned thus far is that a few of those trailer shots weren’t designed to make their way into the film in the first place. According to the podcast The Director’s Cut (via io9), the shots of Jyn and Krennic were just the crew of the film messing around with the cameras. “It was just a way for the crew of understanding, for now, we’re just going to do loads of random shit.” Edwards explained. “Don’t try to ask, we can’t explain. It would just be things I thought were a beautiful moment or ‘This is a great idea’ and a lot of the stuff in the trailer ended up through that process.“

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