But uniquely, the plans for making the first standalone Star Wars movie were drawn up long before a writer or a director were even involved, in other words, Rogue One was essentially created by artists before a the storytellers were brought in. Warning: This theory is insane but totally awesome!
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In last year's Star Wars spin-off, Krennic, played by Ben Mendelsohn, is killed when his own Death Star decimates the Imperial base. No, that honor now officially belongs to one ending that Industrial Light & Magic chief creative officer John Knoll told io9 about in a recent interview for Rogue One's upcoming home release.
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Scenario two was laden with intrigue and espionage, because it involved Cassian Andor being revealed as an Imperial spy, who'd been planted among the Rebels by the Empire to keep an eye on them. Once he finds out that the Empire is planning on using the Death Star as a destructive weapon, he knows he's on the wrong side and joins the Rebellion.
"They've got a carbon freeze bomb on the ship and the idea is that he forces everyone into the airlock, [he says] "I'm going to set this off and you're all going to survive, '" Knoll said". So I was going to leave our heroes out of the picture.
Just like Han Solo! The video ends with Vader determinedly declaring "There will be no one to stop us this time", as we know now a plucky band of Rebels have literally just got done thwarting him. So much so that they reportedly had to scrap numerouscameos that were shot featuring characters from the original Star Wars films. What do you guys think of these two other endings considered for the movie?