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Star Wars: Rogue One - 21 spoilery questions answered

15 December 2016 12:18 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Leane Dec 16, 2016

Who is Saw Gerrera? What was [spoiler redacted] all about? Our answers to your Rogue One questions are here...

This article contains lots of Rogue One spoilers. 

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is in cinemas now. By most accounts I've seen, director Gareth Edwards and writers John Knoll, Gary Whitta, Chris Weitz and Tony Gilroy have served up a Star Wars movie that critics and audiences have really taken to. 

You might have questions about Rogue One. We might have thought of these very same questions. We may or may not have answered them adequately. Scroll past our spoiler squirrel to find out....

Why was there no opening crawl?

“We felt that’s so indicative of what those saga films are”, Lucasfilm head honcho Kathleen Kennedy told Variety a few weeks ago. “Initially, we probably will »

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Star Wars: John Williams' 25 greatest moments

14 December 2016 11:03 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sean Wilson Dec 20, 2016

Star Wars: Rogue One is the first live action Star Wars film not to be scored by John Williams. Here are his highlights from the series...

As a franchise, Star Wars is inseparable from its music. Back in 1977, John Williams ushered in a resurgence of the Golden Age score with his Oscar-winning, thunderously heroic work on A New Hope, and his legacy is being continued with Michael Giacchino's score for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In honour of the new movie, and as a celebration of some truly astonishing film music, here are the most unforgettable score moments from the Star Wars saga.

25. Rey uses the Force: The Force Awakens

Very few spines could fail to have been tingled when Daisy Ridley's plucky heroine embraced her destiny at the climax of The Force Awakens, and faced down the fearsome Kylo Ren (Adam Driver »

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Our Second Look at 'The Force Awakens' begins with Rey's Force and who is awake

6 January 2016 12:40 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The purpose of these Second Look articles is to deep-dive into a piece of text once enough time has passed for us to assume that a good percentage of our readership has had a chance to see something. Considering Star Wars: The Force Awakens has now earned $700 million dollars domestically and is on track to become the biggest domestic grosser of all time sometime this week, I think it's safe to have the conversation now. This is criticism as analysis, as a direct read of the text, the film that we all saw, and not as a value judgment. Let's assume that I enjoyed the film, and that you're reading because you enjoyed the film or because you are curious about the points I'm making. If you're looking for someone to shred the film, that's not this article, and I'll be honest… I'm not interested in having that argument. That's »

- Drew McWeeny

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