Lord Voldemoo wrote:I put teaser in quotes here because it's truly that, there's some footage but I don't think it's meant for the film.
Fried Gold wrote:Now see, in past days of the Zone, the title of this thread would have been humourously mis-spelled as "Star Wars: Rouge One".
Peven wrote:Fried Gold wrote:Now see, in past days of the Zone, the title of this thread would have been humourously mis-spelled as "Star Wars: Rouge One".
and it would have been a bitch to find using the search function
To create the lived-in, realistic feel of Rogue One, Edwards chose Greig Fraser (Zero Dark Thirty, Foxcatcher) to be his director of photography and Neil Corbould (Black Hawk Down, Gladiator, Saving Private Ryan) to be his special effects supervisor. Star Wars and Lucasfilm veteran Doug Chiang (Star Wars: Episodes I-II, Forrest Gump) and Neil Lamont (supervising art director for the Harry Potter series, Edge of Tomorrow) will be the production designers. Additional crew members will include stunt coordinator Rob Inch (World War Z, Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger), creature effects supervisor Neal Scanlan (Prometheus) and co-costume designers Dave Crossman (costume supervisor for the Harry Potter series, Saving Private Ryan) and Glyn Dillon (costume concept artist for Kingsman: The Secret Service, Jupiter Ascending).
Cpt Kirks 2pay wrote:Fuck TheButcher's news post on this. You want to get it from a first hand source.
As for today's filming on this....
.... I have so many things to show you...
ANTHONY BREZNICAN wrote:“Filming of Rogue One is virtually completed and we absolutely love what we’ve seen so far,” he said, of the heist story about Rebel plans to steal the blueprints for the original Death Star. (The film, directed by Godzilla’s Gareth Edwards, will be released Dec. 16.) “This is the first of a set of planned stand-alone stories and we’re already in preproduction on our next one, for release in May of 2018.”
TheButcher wrote:THAT WAS AWESOME!
In other news, certain pockets of the Internet are none too pleased that a lady is the main character in another Star Wars film
James Whitbrook wrote:Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
And now the bad: Page Six is reporting that Disney executives are panicking about the film, which is apparently not testing well in the cut director Gareth Edwards has provided, and are prepping expensive and intensive reshoots to take place throughout July.
A source from Disney also told Page Six that reshoots were expected, citing a desire to ensure the film has the same quality as The Force Awakens. Whether it’s the good spin or the bad, take all this with a pinch of salt for now.
Rich Johnston wrote:Money had certainly been spent on it. It would have been a big seller for the publisher. So why exactly was it that the Star Wars: Rogue One mini-series and one-shot comics from Marvel were cancelled months after being announced?
I’m told it’s all down to rewrites. Re-writes, reshoots, changes to the movie and no time of budget for a comic book creative team to keep reworking and reworking pages
DEVIN FARACI wrote:Bad news: I've heard similar things. A few months ago I told you that Chris McQuarrie had been brought in to do major rewrites that 'saved' the movie, but I guess that wasn't enough. For the last couple of weeks I've been hearing a building buzz about the movie not working, a buzz I kind of wanted to just ignore. I don't really have any specifics, and I can only hope that the whole thing is fixable. Rogue One is a movie I'm really excited about - a new flavor in the Star Wars universe, and hopefully the start of an exciting set of side stories under the A Star Wars Story banner.
Fried Gold wrote:Based on what Godzilla turned out like, I'm not surprised that it might need a bit of work.
That said, doesn't pretty much every major motion picture have reshoots like this?
TheBaxter wrote:i hope all of this is wrong. the trailer looked excellent. and really, how difficult could this story be?.
Cpt Kirks 2pay wrote:I hope they give me more work on it.
Fuck everyone else.
STAR WARS!! 40% Of ROGUE ONE To Be Reshot??
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE Directors J.J. Abrams And Christopher McQuarrie Supervising An Eight-Week Reshoot??
Star Wars: Chris McQuarrie Denies Rogue One Reshoot Involvement
MATT GOLDBERG wrote:Additionally, while McQuarrie isn’t involved with these reshoots, there is another collaborator coming on board. Michael Clayton writer-director Tony Gilroy “was brought aboard the project in the spring to offer notes on the first cut and write some additional material to enhance the story.” Now he’ll be writing new dialogue and also serving as second unit director. Gilroy previously did some uncredited re-write work on director Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla.
For those concerned about the tone, EW says that this will indeed be a war film. “The movie is very different than [The Force Awakens], and that’s intentional,” one source says.
Fried Gold wrote:So, as suspected, the rumour mill ran away with itself.
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