Today, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story holds a high place in the pantheon of Star Wars films for many a fan, with the movie giving a fascinating look into the pivotal mission to steal the first Death Star plans.
The film wasn’t always looking like a winner, however, as Tony Gilroy was drafted in to fix parts of the film during reshoots. Speaking at a Montclair State University event (via NorthJesery.com), Gilroy said about the characters:
“When things pass through many hands and there’s a great deal of confusion … and there’s all kinds of accessories and jewelleries and bootstraps and zippers, and all the rest of the stuff. The purity for the characters, if it’s not there to begin with, it just