‘Rogue One’ Live Stream Event Announced

Drew Dietsch
Movies Star Wars
Movies Star Wars

The wait for Rogue One is almost over. Fans are ready to jump into this first entry in the Star Wars anthology series. Any and all sneak peeks are welcome at this point, and it looks like there will be a pretty special one coming up soon.

Twitter has announced a live stream event that will give fans a behind-the-scenes look into Rogue One. The event is going to be broadcasted from a surprise location (please be the Death Star, please be the Death Star) and is packed with special appearances. Some of the attendees will include Rogue One director Gareth Edwards and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. Cast members will also be showing up to give fans some commentary about the making of Rogue One and why it promises to offer something brand new to the Star Wars universe. You can expect to see Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk and Riz Ahmed at the event.

Talk to the Stars of Star Wars

Even more exciting is that Twitter will be hosting a Q&A with the participants that fans can submit questions to through Twitter. The opportunity to talk to the stars and filmmakers is something fans will be excited to participate in. Who doesn’t want to ask Mads Mikkelsen how he manages to remain permanently handsome? I’m the only one who wants to ask that question? Well, I’ll do just that by using the hashtag #AskRogueOne.

We’re about to something really unique added to the Star Wars universe with Rogue One. These anthologies movies have an amazing potential to broaden the world and explore different areas that we may not have imagined before. Getting to be a part of an event like this only strengthens the perception that fans want more movies like Rogue One. If you love this anthology concept, asking some questions on Twitter and viewing the livestream will prove that to the people in power.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story opens on December 16.

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