Back before the current age of blockbusters that we live in, reshoots were considered to be a kiss of death. If a film crew didn’t capture everything they needed the first time, it was a sign that they were making things up as they went, or that they discovered a huge problem in the editing room. To go back for reshoots meant they were scrambling to cover up some inherent flaw in the story.
Jones and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy get honest about the Star Wars film's production schedule. The post Felicity Jones Puts Rogue One Reshoots In Context appeared first on CBR.com.
Reshoots are common. Most cinephiles know that. And yet, when reports came out that "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" was returning for "extensive reshoots," it made many fans nervous. Sources reported the initial screening "was tonall...
In the film, we will meet Jyn Erso (Jones), a member of the Rebellion who'll be tasked with retrieving the Death Star construction plans so that Rebel forces can figure out how to blow the damn thing up.
Felicity Jones and LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy shoot down rumors that Star Wars: Rogue One had reshoots because the film was in 'trouble.'