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This past summer, rumors started swirling about some drastic reshoots being done to of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, in advance of its December 16, 2016 release. The Verge published an article recently that talks about what steps Disney took:
Now that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has been out in theaters for a month, the veil of secrecy has been lifted and we’ve learned quite a lot about about how the film came together. This is pretty typical for most movies, save for the fact that Rogue One went through some extensive reshoots to tighten it up.
Disney put an enormous amount of effort into Rogue One, bringing in writer and director Tony Gilroy in June to help fix up the film by writing new dialogue and directing some additional scenes, earning a screenplay credit for the film and a reportedly hefty $5 million paycheck for his efforts.
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The movie has made nearly $500 million and is widely regarded a success, so the changes seem to have paid off handsomely for Disney and they are managing the all-important Star Wars franchise well so far.
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