Donnie Yen To Return for Additional Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Work


Donnie Yen has revealed that his work on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may not have finished just yet. Read on for more.



The year is nearly half over, and one of the most highly anticipated, talked about sci-fi films is getting set to hit theaters. The spinoff film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is due out in theaters on December 16, 2016, and is the first of the Star Wars Story series directed by Gareth Edwards. The plot for the film follows a band of resistance fighters that unite for a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans seen in Star Wars: A New Hope.


Over the past few weeks, fans have been privy to a teaser trailer, a story book leak and a 2016 celebration poster for the spin-off film. However, even though filming for ‘Rogue One’ was supposed to be completed, it seems that may not be the case. Within the last few hours one of its main characters said he will return for additional material.


In a new interview with JayneStars, renowned actor Donnie Yen was asked if he plans to celebrate upcoming Father’s Day with the kids, he said.

“I can’t. My wife and I will be flying to Japan in two days for a project. After that, I’ll be flying all over the place for some more work. I’m going to have to go back to London soon too, to do some additional photography for Rogue One.”

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The high-profile Hong Kong star recently has been spending a lot of time overseas finishing up on his obligations for his Rogue One and XXX: The Return of Xander Cage films. The busy actor was also asked if he would turn down future overseas jobs so that he can stay in Hong Kong with the kids, Donnie said,

“It was never really about the money. I picked up those jobs because they were a rare opportunity. I did Rogue One because my kids are huge fans of Star Wars. As for XXX, I was attracted to the role. It’s not a role that many Chinese actors would take, so I feel quite proud of it!”


So the question is, what will his additional work be? Could it be re-shooting some scenes or just some promotional photography?

Whatever the case, re-shoots and additional promo photography are perfectly normal for every movie and they can only make the final product better.



Directed by Gareth Edwards, the man behind the most recent version of Godzilla film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story also stars actors Felicity Jones, Riz Ahmed, Mad Mikkelsen and Forest Whitaker.


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64 thoughts on “Donnie Yen To Return for Additional Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Work

  • May 29, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    More Donnie Yen = More gooder, no matter how ya slice it! Iron Monkey RULES

    From the R1 spoil(ish) pile: Some enhancement on the purpose of the new U-Wing vehicle:

    (My initial reaction to this thing was that it was a lazy gene-splice of the X & Y-Wing design, but I’m kinda warming up to it…)

    • May 30, 2016 at 12:41 am

      Ibelieve every single word they say there. And believing it I’m so excited!

  • May 29, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    They can only make the final product better.

    Unless it means there is a Han Solo cameo.

    • May 30, 2016 at 4:47 am

      Seriously, that rumor better be false.

      • May 30, 2016 at 11:51 am

        I could see there be a Millenium Falcon cameo somewhere.

  • May 29, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    This can only be a good thing. I was pretty fearful that ROGUE ONE, like most Hollywood movies featuring top notch asian actors, would under-utilise or misuse him.
    Additional footage ( no matter how little ) means we will hopefully get to see that much more of Donnie!

    • May 30, 2016 at 1:35 am

      Or they’ll digitally insert Scarlett Johansson, since she makes better Asian characters than Asians do, apparently… *Snoogans*

      • May 30, 2016 at 9:11 pm

        Who better to out-Asian an Asian than a Caucasian.

      • May 31, 2016 at 5:08 am

        To be fair, Kusanagi is a robot thingy, and Japanese people don’t seem to mind Johansson’s casting. #JustSaying

    • May 30, 2016 at 11:25 pm

      Re-shooting are rarely a good thing, except for the deluded

      • May 30, 2016 at 11:30 pm

        Pick-ups are part and parcel of most major movie productions. It’s nothing to worry about, and are extremely common.

      • May 31, 2016 at 5:08 am

        It happens for literally every big blockbluster of this scale. literally EVERY single one.

        • May 31, 2016 at 3:19 pm

          I miss the time when Star Wars wasn’t yet another blockbuster for casual moviegoers who will forget what they’ve watched 2 months later.

  • May 29, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    This must be something minor. It’s way to late to make any drastic changes in the film, so there’s no need to worry.

    • May 30, 2016 at 11:24 pm

      If you repeat this mantra enough times, it can bend reality

  • May 30, 2016 at 1:47 am

    damn.. the year is half over. we’re getting closer and closer to rogue one.. it’s not constantly on my mind and i hope that means when it ends up being awesome, it’ll be one hell of a surprise!

  • May 30, 2016 at 1:47 am

    He did star wars for his kids? That’s nice. But when I was a kid, if my dad was in Star Wars, it would’ve totally ruined it for me.

  • May 30, 2016 at 1:47 am

    I’m looking forward to this more than ep.8
    Actually proper excited

    • May 30, 2016 at 11:49 am

      Haha. Well you’ve got things in order then. If youre always looking forward to the next up movie you’ll be in good shape.

    • May 31, 2016 at 6:25 pm

      Me too. Hopefully it’s not a remake again. There will probably be a prototype Death Star that they have to destroy only to find out they are building another one. With the help of a girl from a desert planet and an old Jedi master who escaped Order 66, they team up with a hot shot pilot to take down a massive planet destroying weapon. Sound familiar? Praying it’s more original and blows away TFA.

  • May 30, 2016 at 3:23 am

    Can’t believe 5 and a half months ago,we watched TFA for the first time,feels like 2 weeks ago,and only 6 and a half months until Rogue One

  • May 30, 2016 at 3:39 am

    Honestly the presence of Donnie Yen is the one thing about Rogue One that gives me some trepidation. I’m sure he’s a fine actor but I really REALLY hope he’s not just playing a random martial arts dude inserted into the Star Wars universe. That leaked book describing him as a “spiritual warrior” adds to my hesitation.

    If the character is more than he appears right now great.

    • May 30, 2016 at 10:05 pm

      I disagree – after the letdown that was casting 2 of the most bodaciously ass-kicking martial artists on the scene now – Iko Uwais & Yayan Ruhian (trust me, if you’ve not caught ‘The Raid: Redemption’, you’re missing out BIGTIME…), and then sticking GUNS in their hands for a chase scene completely DEVOID of martial arts, I’m all about standing back for a wee bit & letting Donnie go wild on some Stormtroopers…

      • May 31, 2016 at 4:58 am

        As long as there’s some convincing reason for non-Jedi martial arts, great. If it’s just an excuse to have a wushu scene in Star Wars so they can sell the movie in China, no thanks.

        • May 31, 2016 at 9:02 pm

          I wonder if they’re going to make him some underground Jedi who’s going to have a duel with Vader and die to sacrifice himself for the squad.

      • May 31, 2016 at 5:02 am

        What I would like to see is him try to use that stick on Vader!

    • May 30, 2016 at 11:27 pm

      This is ridiculous, chinaman doing kung fu with a stick against stormtroopers? What is that? Star Wars was a bigger universe that wordly races. They should all be aliens not chinese, rbitish etc…

      • May 31, 2016 at 5:12 am

        So all the characters should be white Americans who vote for Trump? Yeah, that’ll make the galaxy look very convincing.

        • May 31, 2016 at 7:50 am

          Haha, I wonder what they said the you answered that :))

        • May 31, 2016 at 2:33 pm


        • May 31, 2016 at 3:27 pm

          Actually the real racists are making the Star Wars movies. I find ethnic tokening extremely offensive and paternalistic It’s like the filmmaker is saying, here’s your black or asian character, now shut up with your complaints, that token will only support our white female actress but you should be grateful we accept your like in such a movie,.. The portrayal of Finn in TFA is extremely racist, and if you don’t see that, you might be prejudiced yourself. If Finn was white, they would have written a completely different character. Now Donnie Yen in this movie looks like a caricature too, like those tourist who visit Asia and think that everybody is a martial artist because every asian is Bruce Lee…Why couldn’t he be the head of the Death Star or a leader of the rebellion instead of the kungfu chinaman caricature?

          • May 31, 2016 at 4:41 pm

            Agree about Donnie Yen (although obviously it remains to be seen if they’re going to go beyond that stereotype). Totally disagree about Finn.

          • June 1, 2016 at 12:26 pm

            HOW IS FINN RACIST. YOU ARE RACIST!!! The film serviced him well. We know that he’s intelligent, strong, brave, and skilled because we were shown that in the film. There are two major things going into people’s inability to see that Finn is an incredible hero: racism and hyper/toxic masculinity.

            As to the racism, it’s been scientifically proven over and over again that white people have significant difficulty empathizing with Black people in real life and on screen. Also given rampant media stereotyping, it’s difficult for people to see Black people outside of basic stereotypical boxes. So even when confronted with a multidimensional and incredible character like Finn, all they see is “comic relief” or “sidekick.”

            This is why it’s really important that writers understand that you can’t just write a Black character in the same way as you would a white character. More work has to be done to play up their goodness, heroism, and complexity otherwise people will rely on stereotypes or throw away lines (i.e. how Finn once worked in sanitation when he was a trooper in training and stationed on Starkiller base) to erase all of that.

            As to the hyper/toxic masculinity, folks aren’t used to male heroes like Finn. Finn is vulnerable, acknowledges his feelings and fears, and is compassionate and empathetic. A lot of men (of all races) I’ve talked to who didn’t like Finn and claimed he was useless kept bringing up “he never won a fight” and “he was unconscious at the end” as “reasons” why he was “useless and weak.” They also always make mention of how Rey, “the girl,” defeated Kylo when Finn “couldn’t” (not taking into account Kylo’s injury, Rey tapping into the Force, and the fact that Finn wielding the saber and injuring Kylo at all w/o consciously using the force is huge). All of that is rooted in the idea that male heroes need to be invulnerable and kill and win all the time and “be better than the girl” by whatever metric they set (note: Finn & Rey are obviously equals and anybody insinuating otherwise has a problem). Finn’s subversion of hyper/toxic masculinity is so important. But that kinda adherence to toxic masculinity keeps people from seeing that Finn is literally the catalyst for the entire film, the reason the plot keeps moving forward, the emotional center of TFA, and obviously on his own hero’s journey.

            I mean, it’s a trilogy ffs. Neither Finn nor Rey have reached their full potential. John already told us “Finn ain’t playing no more.” But somehow people think that because Rey’s force sensitivity was made more obvious in the first film that somehow Finn is less important or not a lead or whatever nonsense and it’s all truly ridiculous and rooted in problematic shit that people need to work through.

          • June 1, 2016 at 7:33 pm

            “he’s intelligent, strong, brave, and skilled”
            He’s the exact opposite of just that.And you can add cowardly, unreliable, sweaty, running scared.

            “it’s been scientifically proven over and over again that white people
            have significant difficulty empathizing with Black people in real life
            and on screen… it’s difficult for people to see Black people outside of basic stereotypical boxes”

            No, only for prejudiced people.

            “a multidimensional and incredible character like Finn, all they see is “comic relief” or “sidekick”

            Finn is a one dimensional buffon that only exist as a comic relief to amuse a racist audience. Normal people see it for what is he is portrayed a buffon.”

            “This is why it’s really important that writers understand that you can’t
            just write a Black character in the same way as you would a white
            character. More work has to be done to play up their goodness, heroism,
            and complexity otherwise people will rely on stereotypes or throw away
            lines (i.e. how Finn once worked in sanitation when he was a trooper in
            training and stationed on Starkiller base) to erase all of that.”

            You’re admitting Finn is a sanitation worker only because he is black and somehow , in your twisted logic, it makes him more acceptable for racist white people.

            “As to the hyper/toxic masculinity, folks aren’t used to male heroes like
            Finn. Finn is vulnerable, acknowledges his feelings and fears”

            There is no such thing as toxic masculinity or toxic femininety. The only thing toxic is Kathleen Kennedy’s rabid feminism, an ideology you seem to adhere to.

            Finn is weak and emasculated, that’s why racists and feminists like him. Nothing like a “harmless negro” that doesn’t threaten white characters in any way.

            If the roles were reversed, Boyega was a black Jedi main lead and Daisy Ridley was a clumsy good-for-nothing damsel in distress, you and feminists would be rioting on the streets.

            “I mean, it’s a trilogy ffs. Neither Finn nor Rey have reached their full potential.”

            Just because it’s a trilogy doesn’t mean the movie has to stand on its own, otherwise I should be able to watch the sequel with the same ticket instead of buying 2 others. JJ ABrams is a hack who can’t make movies, that’s why it’s a mess full of plot holes and inconsistencies. But it’s good enough for rabid feminists to have Mary Sue as a lead, I guess.

          • June 2, 2016 at 10:16 am

            Finn is literally the moral core of the movie. The guy who won’t kill for an evil cause, who proves there’s a human being under the white armor.

            The fact he’s allowed to show weakness, to be funny, scared, but ultimately to come through for his friend I take to be pretty damn positive. They don’t feel the need to make him perfect.

            He’s not emasculated — he’s just not hyper-masculine (which sure as shit IS a stereotype too often associated with black sidekick characters — if they were going for tokenism you’d have Finn as BA Baracus in space). Showing vulnerability but placing friendship above fear is also a healthy depiction of masculinity if you ask me.

          • June 2, 2016 at 1:36 pm

            Finn is not motivated by morals, he’s motivated by cowardice and fear. He ran away because he somehow realized he can die. He didn’t went to combat the empire, he only wanted to run away as far as possible, he didn’t want to go to Jakku to retrive BB8, he tried to abandon everyone when they arrived at Maz castle. It’s only because the order destroyed the castle that he was forced to stay with them. A very lazy plot device.

            Why is it only the black token that is not just allowed to show weakness, he is weak beaten at every occasion. He even got beaten by a random stormtrooper in a duel. He is also shown stabbing one in the back, like a coward.
            Do you think his character is superiror to Rey as shi is not allowed to show any weakness, wins every fight, even against a trained Sith, drives the Falcon better than Solo and Chewie together??

            You’re telling me Baracus is a token and FInn is a complete character? You must be crazy, Baracus is the most beloved character of the A-tema when no kid want to be Finn. Finn is completly emasculated, while the white girl is hyper-masculine. Don’t you think there’s a problem here, like an agenda?

          • June 2, 2016 at 4:08 pm

            “In my first battle I made a choice — I wasn’t going to kill for them”. That’s not being motivated by morality?

            Yes, he’s scared and flees the First Order but on D’Qar he makes another choice and enlists Poe’s help to get him back to Starkiller so he can rescue Rey. Preternatural Jedi prowess or not, she’d be dead if he hadn’t have done that and had kept running.

            He grows, he overcomes his fear, he develops, he finds something that matters to him more than getting away and fights for it. You know, he’s a character.

            What do you mean “superior”? Who can kill more? That’s exactly the definition of masculinity being questioned. Was Han less of “a man” than Luke because Luke can deflect blaster bolts?

          • June 2, 2016 at 5:18 pm

            “she’d be dead if he hadn’t have done that and had kept running.”
            Have you watched the movie? Rey wasn’t rescued by anybody, she freed herself by using the Jedi mind trick that she doesn’t even know about, let alone can fully master in just about 3 seconds of time! She was escaping the Starkiller base by herself because Kathleen Kennedy doesn’t want her Mary Sue to be a damsel in distress, even for a short period, because Rey doesn’t need nobody!

            Even if at some point the writers decided to make Finn look a little brave and go find Rey, it seems his only motivation was going after the white girl, not save the galaxy from the First Order. Besides, despite this moment of bravery, he gets bridiculed (sanitation worker) and beaten like a dog(Kylo Ren whips his back on the tree like a slave!). Finn ends the movie in a state of coma, he’s not even allowed to celebrate the victory with everybody. It is very convenient because it allows Rey to go meet Luke alone and not have the mumbling buffon on her back.
            Like it or not, that is the film they made, you can twist thing and imagine these are great characters, you’re deluded.

          • June 2, 2016 at 6:40 pm

            So now we’re backing down from “Finn is a coward” as he demonstrably isn’t and beating the “Rey is a Mary Sue” drum again? Sigh.

            I’m the first to admit her character development was rushed. It was far from the only thing in the movie. But that’s a whole other discussion that I think we all tired of 6 months ago.

            As to Finn’s only motivation being “going after the white girl”… you missed the whole part where he told her she’s the first person in his life that looked at him like a human being?

            At the point you descend into gibbering lunacy declaring there’s some kind of slavery motif going on (actually it was Rey pinned against the tree, but it’s me that hasn’t watched the movie?) I have no words. That is insane. I like symbolism as much as the next guy — get me started on the Jakku starship graveyard — but that just isn’t… What? What “agenda” would that serve? Lucasfilm are simultaneously rabid feminists and rabid KKK sympathizers? I can’t even… It’s sub-Breitbart level lunacy.

            Finn is a positive male role model — contrasted nicely with a negative one, Kylo Ren — and one of the better fleshed out characters in a movie that tends to let its characters wing it on charm a little too much.

          • June 2, 2016 at 8:48 pm

            “So now we’re backing down from “Finn is a coward”

            No Finn is mostly a coward but has also a part were he becomes reckless to save the white girl, yet the only thing he manages to do is getting his ass handed to him, not saving Rey but ending up saved by her. Has to stay comatose though. JJ Abrams thought they would dispose of him if the public reception was bad. The guy is left hal dead.
            It’s jus terrible writing, at some point they want to make Finn a brave guy, then they ridicule him and weaken him because he must not outshine Rey by saving her or succeeding in anything. Finn is as much a positivie role model as Jar Jar Binks and I’m being nice because Jar Jar wasn’t a coward and had some dignity. Finn didn’t contrast with Ren he contrasted with Rey. She’s good at just about everything, he’s bad at just about everything.
            If Finn was played by a white girl and Rey by a black boy, would you still say it’s a great female role model or a clumsy buffon?

            “What “agenda” would that serve? Lucasfilm are simultaneously rabid feminists and rabid KKK sympathizers?”

            You’d be wrong to think that all racists look like Donald Trump. George Lucas called them white slavers for a reason. Have you heard of Amy Pascal? The rabid feminist that made the new Ghostbusters movie happen. She was caught making racist jokes about Obama in the Sony e-mail leak. I think Kathleen Kennedy is the same kind as Amy Pascal.

          • June 2, 2016 at 9:16 pm

            So your contention is that under the guise of diverse casting they deliberately sneak in slavery symbolism and include a black character just so they can belittle him? ¬_¬

            There’s sure a bunch of lazy, passively racist crap in many Hollywood movies but I’d put it down to dumb insensitivity on the part of the rich, predominantly white, movie makers. Not some nefarious cadre of racists deliberately putting pro-slavery subtext in major movies.

            Finn was used partly as misdirection so that the reveal of Rey as the “Jedi heir” was something of a surprise. He’s not a coward by the end of the movie. In fact I’d say he never was — he’s been indoctrinated his whole life to believe the FO can’t be beaten and thinks it’s crazy to try to fight them. He then grows as a character and overcomes that.

            There’s no way “JJ Abrams” was going to leave him dead — for a start it wouldn’t be his decision. But, having the line “we have a heartbeat” makes it clear he’ll survive.

            Christ, if going back up against an enemy you thought to be nigh-on unbeatable and almost getting killed trying to save someone (who then is then able to turn it around and become the savior, sure, whatever) isn’t heroic then what is?

          • June 3, 2016 at 12:01 am

            So your contention is that under the guise of diverse casting they deliberately sneak in slavery symbolism and include a black character just so they can belittle him?

            I couldn’t say it better. That’s exactly what tranpired from this movie. Kathleen Kennedy and JJ Abrams had a sadistic pleasure in ridiculing the guy at every occasion. And each time he is seen about to achieve something, you think maybe this time and them BAM friendzoned, BAM, “janitor”, BAM beaten by the random stormtrooper, BAM beaten by Kylo Ren, BAM comatose.

            Sometimes there is accidental and unconscious racism in movies, generally it is limited to one scene or caused by poorly thought characters. George Lucas was accused of racism because everyone is white in a ANH or because Jar Jar Binks is played by a balck actore but that was nit picking and there was no racism intended in his movies. But in TFA it seems deliberate, just the name Finn is realated to the Huckeberry Finn story that involves a runnaway slave which is basically the story of FN2187! And look at the other black character, she played in 12 years a slave! Coincidence? Do Kathleen Kennedy and JJ ABrams see black people as nothing but slaves?

            Finn was used partly as misdirection so that the reveal of Rey as the “Jedi heir” was something of a surprise.

            Yes, they used Boyega as a scapegoat, it was a shameless bait and switch move, he was advertised as the new Jedi lead to make a big surprise. But what is the message exactly? They tried to scare the racist crowd by advertising a black lead and then, TADA! It was a joke, don’t worry it’s a white girl! Do you think it’s fair to trick the public like this? It’s just shows how nasty these Disney crowd are.

            But, having the line “we have a heartbeat” makes it clear he’ll survive.

            There is a deleted alternate scene where the nurse says “he’ll be fine”, leaving no doubt that he will be alive and well in the next episode. Why did they change it for a far more ambiguous line? They knew that they created a new Jar Jar Binks and he was disposable.

            Imagine, if Jar Jar Binks tried to attack Darth Maul and getting his ass kicked before Qui Gon intervened. Would you say Jar Jar was brave or that there was dissonance between the character we’ve watched through the movie and that particular moment?
            That’s exactly the same with Finn.

          • June 3, 2016 at 12:30 am

            Well, it’s clear we’re in crazy town here. Thanks for confirming it.

            The guy’s the heart of the movie. He’s fallible and ends up hurt — raising the stakes for the final fight. That doesn’t make him some kind of racist punching bag. Han ends up dead to raise the stakes, we’re not (as far as I’m aware) accusing the movie of ageism.

            “Finn = Huckleberry Finn, which has a slave in it!” is the definition of tenuous. As is a black actor having been in a movie that dealt with the history of slavery. What’s next a British actor was in a corsety historical drama? Incredible! It’s a conspiracy!

            > don’t worry it’s a white girl

            Really? Because that was soooo popular with the likes of you, the Breitbart readership and the gamergaters.

            The “sanitation” line was clearly setting up the later trash compactor line. He wasn’t a “janitor”, he was a soldier assigned to menial work, like soldiers are.

            Ambiguous? You don’t end a movie with “we have a heartbeat” and then open the sequel with “surprise! he’s dead”.

            Bravery is not the same thing as necessarily prevailing. He’s still brave if he loses the fight. Vs stormtrooper — literally never held a lightsaber before & first time facing a former comrade. Vs Ren — outclassed but gives a pretty good account of himself & gets a strike in. In TIE fighter — kicks ass. In Falcon — kicks ass. Armed with a blaster — kicks ass.

            If Jar Jar did anything not involving stepping in shit or winning a battle by tripping over something I’d say it was inconsistent with the rest of the depiction of the character.

        • June 1, 2016 at 1:04 am

          Grow a brain.

    • May 31, 2016 at 11:06 pm

      Maybe he’s a secret Jedi in hiding..and at the end he has a showdown with Vader sacrificing himself for the rest of the team. That would be cool and justify the “spiritual warrior” aspect of his character.

      • May 31, 2016 at 11:09 pm

        Yeah, I hope so. I hope it’s tied in to the Force mythology somehow otherwise it’s likely going to feel anachronistic. I’m certainly not against the guy being in the movie. I just don’t want to see a stock stoic martial artist stereotype.

  • May 30, 2016 at 10:23 am

    Donnie, if anything, might be one of the biggest actors from Hong Kong to be a family man.

  • May 30, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    In roughly 20 days Rogue One will be as close to us as The Force Awakens.

    • May 30, 2016 at 9:14 pm

      I’m not even going to do the math on that one. Trust.

  • May 31, 2016 at 8:16 am

    Pickup shots don’t always equate good news. Fantastic Four anyone? 🙂

    • May 31, 2016 at 10:23 am

      There is talk on TFN of the execs not being happy with the film which I don’t know is true or not but wouldn’t be surprising if it was.

    • May 31, 2016 at 4:54 pm

      I think the usual assumption is they’re a bad sign but they’re also not unusual.

      I’m not sure I entirely buy the story about Disney execs “panicking” about a movie that generated such positive trailer buzz.

    • May 31, 2016 at 5:54 pm

      “The much-anticipated “Rogue One” is due for release on Dec. 16, but
      we’re told bosses at Disney are not fully satisfied with the first cut
      from director Gareth Edwards.”


      The execs probably think there is too much Vader in the film and want to have him appear only in the last thirty seconds, and without any lines. I’m sure they feel the need to dumb the damn thing down several notches. What may have been a creative, intense and exciting movie will be altered to appeal to the lowest common demoninator. They may even want to have it rehash the plot points of TFA, which itself was just a sub-par ANH rehash.

      “The Death Star is missing…”

      • June 1, 2016 at 12:20 pm

        That’s a stupid comment. They know Vader is their clutch for this film and he indeed has a significant role (at least 15 minutes of screentime) For the love of God get over the Luke Skywalker end scene. SW is supposed to end with a cliffhanger and had Luke shown up at any other point like to retrieve his light saber let’s say, he would have derailed the film, took away the other characters moments to shine and defeated the purpose of the search for him in the first place. Its just a 2 year wait, be glad it isn’t 3.

        • June 1, 2016 at 2:14 pm

          That’s a stupid comment. You’re completely ignorant and a total fool to even fall for that garbage.

  • May 31, 2016 at 6:17 pm

    Didn’t 20th Century Fox say that Star Wars wasn’t good enough in 1977 and it ended up being the greatest movie ever made?

  • May 31, 2016 at 9:13 pm

    This all worries me, I’m sure disney will deny that the movie is not up to par and make an excuse for all the reshoots but man, I was really happy with the first trailer so hopefully it’s not really as bad as the news is making it seem and it’s just normal reshoots

    • June 1, 2016 at 12:16 pm

      Every movies has reshoots

  • June 1, 2016 at 1:02 am

    I was shouted down by fanboys when I criticized Kathleen Kennedy for picking this director… but what do I know.. hah.

  • June 1, 2016 at 1:25 am

    Donnie Yen re shoot to include small story change, that he accidentally founded the Knights of Ren. ……..
    rofl (these pain meds work)

  • June 1, 2016 at 1:35 am

    Maybe they shouldn’t be shoving this PC claptrap down our throats, instead concentrating on a good story with memorable characters with a proper director, not this low-rent one Kathleen Kennedy insisted they go with. And what’s with this- ‘not up to the standards of The Force Awakens’? It wasn’t a great movie by any stretch of the imagination.

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