We return to the first Star Wars Story and discuss Rogue One, its impact on A New Hope, our favorite scenes, shots, moments, and more.
In 2016, Lucasfilm presented fans with the first major motion picture release in the theaters that didn’t feature the heroes of the Star Wars saga films. The result was a riveting story of dedication, perseverance, and sacrifice. Dennis and Jay return the first Star Wars Story on episode 12 of Podcast Stardust: “Rogue One Revisited.”
On another fully armed and operational episode of Podcast Stardust, we discuss:
- The sacrifices of the main characters in Rogue One,
- How Rogue One changed the way we watch A New Hope,
- Director Krennic’s role in the Empire and his struggle for recognition,
- The first non-John Williams Star Wars score in a major motion picture release,
- Jyn Erso’s character arc and her relationship with Saw Gerrera,
- And much, much more about the 2016 Star Wars release.
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Podcast Stardust is the fully armed and operational podcast inspired by the code name for the Death Star. Hosted by first-generation Star Wars fans, Dennis Keithly and Jay Krebs, Podcast Stardust endeavors to bring thought provoking discussion on recent Star Wars news on a weekly basis. Between news episodes, Dennis and Jay review the latest episodes from Star Wars television covering everything from Resistance, Rebels, and The Clone Wars to The Mandalorian and other live action productions on Disney+. Of course, Podcast Stardust wouldn’t be complete without thematic discussions, top ten lists, and interviews on everything from Star Wars literature, comics, and the films themselves.