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How Alan Tudyk Almost Cameoed On Camera In Star Wars: Rogue One

Most of the main actors in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will have their faces clearly seen, but not Alan Tudyk. In place of his body will be the droid K-2SO, but still nearly had the opportunity to show his whole self in front of the camera in the movie.
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