The Star Wars fever has begun again as if its golden age would never have gone away and today, millions of fans are waiting to see the latest story of the franchise, "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story". This prequel, supposedly takes us back to the time of the original trilogy created by George Lucas, something that has also aroused much nostalgia in his most ardent followers.

But what exactly can we expect from this new adventure?

Gareth Edwards, director of the film, was recently on the TMC channel, broadcasting in French. There he was very mysterious about the argument of "Rogue One" and was not very clear when answering the questions that annoy thousands of people.

Will there be Jedi in Rogue One? According to Edwards, "technically" there will be. We will also see the classic lightsabers (no Star Wars movie is complete without them) and Darth Vader, a villain that everyone is excited about again (we can't wait to see him again!). But a character who presumably will not appear, is Luke Skywalker. Big disappointment for his fans.

Edwards was also questioned about Princess Leia and R2-D2, about which he declined to mention anything. "I do not want to ruin it for the people," he replied, justifying his silence, what may mean that perhaps they and other iconic characters from the saga will be back on the big screen, although with Hollywood it is better not to trust.

Keep in mind that although it is a prequel, it is also a new story and unlike anything that has been seen in Star Wars.

Given the vague answers that Edwards offered, many fans hope that this film will allow them to see the characters who grew up with their childhood. Other of them, just keep insisting that the only valid movies, are the first three made by George Lucas.

What is certain is that this is going to be a premiere that will raise millions at the cinema and honestly, we can not wait to see it. Are you going to the movies to see "Rogue One: A Star Wars story"? Or do you prefer to continue with the classics of the saga?

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