By now, we’ve talked our heads off about the ILM recreations of 1977 Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher in Rogue One. We’ve talked ethics, quality, and even the process. The last piece is to simply watch how it was done, and now you can.
Almost two weeks since the release of the latest Star Wars film, Rogue One, but much of the talk surrounding the movie is about characters from 40 years ago. Now, in an interview with The New York Times, several of Rogue One’s most prominent contributors have given their accounts of the film’s controversial decisions.
With the opening weekend of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story finally behind us, there are a great many things to talk about. On the internet, though, one conversation has seemingly risen above them all: the movie’s CG characters.
There have long been rumors that a beloved Star Wars villain that isn’t Darth Vader will also be making an appearance in Rogue One—but a new TV spot filled with snippets of new footage may have finally confirmed that this infamous character is indeed back.
One of the most underexposed Star Wars villains could be getting more of an outing soon. Grand Moff Tarkin only appeared in the original Star Wars, before exploding along with his precious Death Star. But Peter Cushing's iconic evil bureaucrat also had a brief appearance in Revenge Of The Sith — played by Wayne…