Jedi Council: ‘Rogue One’ Early Screenings in the UK; Alden Ehrenreich Talks Chewbacca

     November 19, 2016

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Today is November 17, 2016 and it’s an all new Collider Jedi Council hosted by Kristian Harloff with Perri Nemiroff, Mark Ellis and Ken Napzok!

Rogue One Early Screenings in the UK

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Image via Lucasfilm

With just under a month away till the release of the much anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, fans are eager to see the film. While the films release date in the U.S. is set for December 16th, fans in the UK will have the chance to see the film a little earlier. Thanks to StarWarsNewsNet.net, very few people will have this grand opportunity.

Verizon Rogue One 360 Experience 

While marketing for Rogue One has been a hit, one piece of marketing material puts fans right in the cockpit of a classic X-Wing vehicle. Verizon’s Facebook page introduced an incredible 360 experience that allows fans to witness a new weapon being built by the evil Empire. While this is something we’ve seen before for other theatrical releases, it’s still pretty amazing experience.

Rogue One IMAX Poster

For the most part, everything coming from Rogue One: A Star War Story has been incredible. The newest Rogue One IMAX poster is no exception. Showing off the new characters from the upcoming Star Wars adventure in the shape of a Star Destroyer hovering over a white Death Star, the poster is a thing of beauty. It’s a nice and friendly reminder that this film will be all sorts of epic.

Alden Ehrenreich Talks Chewie

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Image via Universal

It’s hard to forget that a Star Wars film will be released every year for the next few years. One of those films, a Young Han Solo spin-off movie, is definitely a much anticipated feature. In an interview with Variety, Han Solo cast actor Alden Ehrenreich spoke about Chewbacca and even joked about his age. He added that the Chewie in this film will definitely be a younger version.

Episode IX to be Shot in 65 MM

Formats for both The Force Awakens and Episode VIII are similar but when it comes to Episode IX, that may be a different story. The Playlist reported that Kodak made an announcement about changing capabilities to fit 65 MM and one of the upcoming projects part of that is indeed Episode IX.

What’s the Deal With Canon?

Now is the segment called What’s the Deal with Canon – a discussion on everything in the world of canon that isn’t one of the movies be it Episodes or Star Wars’Stories. “Canon” here include the tv shows, books, comics and video games.

A Short Time Ago, In a Tweet Far, Far Away…

Now we get to hear from you! The Council takes on all your Twitter questions you send in @ColliderVideo with the hashtag #ColliderJediCouncil.

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