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New ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Stills Released

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!

Baze Malbus (left) and Chirrut Îmwe take a moment on the beach.
Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) in TIE pilot armor.
Director Orson Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn), looking appropriately evil.
Imperial Death Troopers survey a barren landscape.
Director Gareth Edwards (left) huddles with his cast and crew.
Something tells me these guys aren’t in for a relaxing day at the beach.
Nothing worse than walking around all day in wet Stormtrooper boots.
Bodhi Rook (Riz Ahmed), the team’s pilot, glares daggers at someone.
What is this, Call of Duty: Deathtroopers?
‘Clone Wars’ fans rejoice! Saw Gerrera (Forest Whitaker) will appear in ‘Rogue One’.
Chirrut Îmwe (Donnie Yen) is not a Jedi, but his warrior monk philosophies guide him in life and in battle.
Baze Malbus (Jiang Wen) is Chirrut’s friend and partner in battle, but prefers to go in guns blazing.
K2-SO (Alan Tudyk) tends to speak his mind. His teammates call him “kaytoo”.
Director Krennic (Ben Mendelsohn) envies Darth Vader’s position as Emperor Palaptine’s right hand.
Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) is here to rebel and chew bubble gum. And she’s all out of bubble gum.
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!

A helicopter films the cast for a massive beach assault sequence.
Cassian Andor and his fellow rebels prepare for battle.
Baze takes a knee in front of a downed X-wing fighter.
A Deathtrooper looking supremely badass.
Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor, standing in what appears to be a dropship.
Chirrut could become the big fan favorite from ‘Rogue One’.

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.

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Travis Newton

Travis Newton is a Fan Contributor at Fandom. He’s written about movies and TV for since 2012, and co-hosts an entertainment podcast with fellow Fan Contributor Drew Dietsch. He’s partial to horror movies, action games, and Irish Breakfast tea.

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