‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Movie Will Have A Post Credits Scene Teasing ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’
Without a doubt, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will prove to be one of the year’s biggest flicks. Fans have been waiting to know more about it as the legendary Han Solo amongst a mix of old and new characters will be featuring in it. If reports are to be believed than there will be something different in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
According to Cinema Blend, it seems, given the latest trend, that movies specifically the superhero ones these days are following, fans will be able to get a look at something extra. If reports are to be believed then this trend of showing extra footage at the end of the movie has made its way to the popular “Star Wars” franchise and that fans will get a little glimpse from next year’s “Star Wars: Rogue One” because of a little post credits scene that will be a part of this year’s December release “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
It is being believed that when the J.J. Abrams directorial opens in theaters this year, one would be able to catch the first look at Gareth Edwards directorial “Star Wars: Rogue One.” Though the “Star Wars” franchise has never done anything like this before, it would also not harm to see something extra from a future installment, given the fact how crazy people are for the franchise. But then again, “Star Wars” is a franchise that won’t really need a post credits scene to get fans excited for it because just after an announcement for a new set of films was made, fans started theorizing what these new movies will show.
IGN added that “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will feature a teaser for “Star Wars: Rogue One,” the first of the planned “Star Wars” anthology films. With this supposed addition to the movie, it would surely increase the excitement amongst fans about the next installment, but the real question will always remain, is it necessary? “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will release this year on December 18th while “Star Wars: Rogue One” on December 16th next year.
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