We’re not entirely sure. We’re not even sure if we know why Rogue One is called Rogue One. Does anyone? Speaking to Empire Magazine for their Rogue One cover story, Gareth Edwards was asked how the Rogue One name came about. His answer was… not exactly clear one way or the other. More »
Fans can choose between Stormtrooper or Deathtrooper 3D glasses when Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hits theaters this December.
We’re not entirely sure. We’re not even sure if we know why Rogue One is called Rogue One. Does anyone? Read more...
Fans can make their own educated guesses, but why not just let the director of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" share his take on the meaning of the movie's title? "I'd been thinking about it," Gareth Edwards said in the new issue of Empire. Show More Summary
Director Gareth Edwards says there is a much deeper meaning behind the title of the first Star Wars spin-off Rogue One.
Star Wars + Album Covers = a geektastic pop culture mashup called WhyTheLongPlayFace? WhyTheLongPlayFace? is the hilariously awesome ongoing project of Steven Lear, who has a serious knack for altering album covers to instead feature beloved movie characters and other famous cinematic imagery. Show More Summary
Let's admit it, despite all the hullabaloo surrounding Rogue One: A Star Wars Story being the first of potentially many "anthology" films, it's pretty much a sequel to the prequels and a prequel to the original trilogy -- except with an all-new cast of characters. Show More Summary
Avid Star Wars fans immediately recognized the significance of the title Rogue One when the movie was first announced. During the Battle of Hoth, Luke Skywalker famously flew under the call-sign of “Rogue Leader”, which has also been referred to as “Rogue One”. In an interview with Empire Magazine, director Gareth Edwards talks about several possible different […]
According to director Gareth Edwards, _Rogue One: A Star Wars Story _'s title has multiple meanings. Click ahead to learn what they are.
From numerous soundtrack reissues and questionable spin-offs like Christmas In The Stars to miscellaneous releases like 1977’s gold-selling The Story Of Star Wars, the Star Wars franchise is no stranger to record store shelves. But that wasn’t enough for digital artist Steven Lear. Show More Summary
Does the Star Wars and James Bond actor have a part in Kojima's next game? The evidence suggests he might.
While the recent Ben-Hur remake isn’t doing so well, the 1959 version of the tale remains a classic that has inspired filmmakers, satirists, and storytellers for generations. That film, directed by William Wyler and starring Charlton...Show More Summary
In a small studio, the mysterious Sucklord turns Star Wars action figures into mutant works of art.
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Check out these amazing illustrations by artist Steven Lear that blend various Star Wars elements (characters and objects) into the covers of classic music albums such as The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd, In Utero by Nirvana,Show More Summary
Childhood dreams made true - turns out flying in a VR X-Wing was everything we wanted it to be.
Of course, as exciting as each new Star Wars movie is, we all know half the fun lies in the different kinds of non-human characters we'll get to see. As was revealed in weeks past, the big droid character to join the canon will be none other than K-2SO, voice and performance captured by actor Alan Tudyk. Show More Summary
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Alan Tudyk was a welcome addition to the Star Wars universe. Most of us know the very talented and very likable actor from Firefly, Wreck-it Ralph, A Knight’s Tale, Death at a Funeral, and other fine titles, but with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, we’ll soon see him in (probably) his biggest movie to date. Show More Summary