Earlier today, Entertainment Weekly continued its steady release of exclusive information on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Today’s bounty includes a ton of exciting new images from the film. Take a look below!

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Baze Malbus (left) and Chirrut Îmwe take a moment on the beach.
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Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) in TIE pilot armor.
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Director Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn), looking appropriately evil.
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Imperial Death Troopers survey a barren landscape.
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Director Gareth Edwards (left) huddles with his cast and crew.
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Nothing worse than walking around all day in wet Stormtrooper boots.
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What is this, Call of Duty: Deathtroopers?
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Chirrut Îmwe (Donnie Yen) is not a Jedi, but his warrior monk philosophies guide him in life and in battle.
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K2-SO (Alan Tudyk) tends to speak his mind. His teammates call him "kaytoo".
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Captain Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) is a straight-laced Rebel officer assigned to keep Jyn and her ragtag team under control.

UPDATE, 6/24/16: Entertainment Weekly has released even more exclusive photos from the film. Here they are!

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A helicopter films the cast for a massive beach assault sequence.
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Cassian Andor and his fellow rebels prepare for battle.
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Baze takes a knee in front of a downed X-wing fighter.
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A Deathtrooper looking supremely badass.
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Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor, standing in what appears to be a dropship.
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The more I see of Rogue One, the more impressed I am. The costumes and locations are signature Star Wars, but there’s a freshness to the designs that lends Rogue One its own flavor.

It feels like Lucasfilm is having to do a bit of damage control because so much of the conversation about Rogue One has shifted to the film’s reshoots. But additional photography on a major studio film is completely normal, and I fully expect the film to satisfy when it arrives this Christmas.

Travis Newton
Travis Newton is a Fan Contributor at Fandom. He began writing about movies and TV for CHUD.com in 2012, and co-hosts The Drew Reviews Podcast with Fandom Entertainment Editor Drew Dietsch. He’s partial to horror movies, action games, and Irish Breakfast tea.