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Reviews of the Day: Twitter is Already in Love With Rogue One

It’s the Holiday season, and as Disney has promised us, we will be getting a new Star Wars pretty much every year until the end of time. That’s fine with the people that have already seen the latest installment, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Disney amassed a crew of stars and critics for the premiere of the new movie on Saturday, and unless they’re playing some Jedi mind tricks, the force is strong with this one. While full reviews won’t be out until Tuesday, we’ll just use this jolt of excitement to get us through the next few hours.

So if seeing this movie to boycott the boycott wasn’t enough to convince you, these tweets should push over to the dark side.

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If there’s one thing Star Wars fans do, it’s argue. Who could win in a fight, Darth Vader or Darth Maul? Who’s stronger, Boba Fett or IG-88? Who wore it better, Princess Leia or R2-D2?

They could go on and on across the galaxy — and by galaxy, we mean internet.


But there’s one argument that needs to be put to rest: Are Daisy Ridley from Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Felicity Jones from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story the same person?

Appearing MTV After Hours, Felicity Jones shot a quick PSA as to why these two brown-haired, British women are not the same person, despite what you may have heard. She also throws out a pretty solid spoiler for any annoying fan conspiracy theorists out there.

You’ve got to check this out.