Watch Missing Scenes From Star Wars : Rogue One


The newly released addition to the Star Wars series, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story continues to dominate Hollywood headlines alongside the franchise proving that making prequels for such a beloved movie is not a bad idea. If you are a fan, struggling to deal with the throw off the excitement, then we have some consolation for you. Vimeo user Vashi Nedomansky’s masterful video, which slices together all the 46 shots from the trailer and other off shore clips which never made it to the theatrical cut.


According to Vashi, approximately 40 percent of the film was re-shot, hence why there was such a bounty of material to play with. In an article on his website, the professional editor said:


“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story used one teaser, 3 trailers and several BTS promos to build a world that Star Wars fans would hopefully want to visit and share in the experience. With the reshoots and adjustments that Gareth Edwards, Tony Gilroy and the studio made on the film, a lot of the footage in every incarnation made the final cut…but a lot of it never made the final cut. I have isolated 46 individual shots that were shared in the promotional material but never made the final cut of the film. The goal of the promotional push over the months leading up to the release of the film on December 16th, 2016 had one ultimate goal…to attract an audience. Apparently 40 percent of the film was reshot which leads one to believe that changes in the tone, structure and story occurred for whatever reason.”


It ought to be noticed that Vashi Nedomsky isn’t only some irregular fanboy on the web, he is really an expert film manager. He served as the manager on Sharknado 2: The Second One, and is credited as a “publication expert” on the current year’s blockbuster Deadpool and the 2014 thriller Gone Girl. He goes ahead to include that these precluded shots, “don’t change the story,” nor do they “modify the account.” He likewise included that, in the same way as other fans, he was “snared” in the wake of observing each Rogue One trailer, and that the trailer editors “conveyed 100%” with their work.


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