Last Day to Pre-Order: Rogue One Jyn Erso Costume Ensemble from ANOVOS

If you were thinking about ordering the Jyn Erso costume ensemble from ANOVOS, today is the last day to pre-order:

Today is the final day to place your pre-order for our ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS™ STORY Jyn Erso costume ensemble! Replicated from original screen-used assets to bring you the very best, this ensemble will only be available to pre-order until tonight.

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Coming Soon: Jyn Erso’s ‘Rogue One’ Cold Weather Survival Concho Accessory from ANOVOS

The latest offering from ANOVOS:

Coming Soon! ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS™ STORY Jyn Erso Cold Weather Survival Gear “Concho” Accessory as worn on the storm-stricken world of Eadu. This costume replica was recreated from screen-used production assets with attention to the proper patterning, snaps, and rank badge details. Sign up now to be notified when pre-orders open.

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Rogue One: Bail Organa – A Moment of Reflection

By now, there has been so much coverage in ways of analysis on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Honestly, what’s left to talk about? The media, from news-sites to fan-sites, and every corner of the internet has turned this first Star Wars standalone film inside-out, and dissected it from every angle possible. But here, at Coffee with Kenobi, we do our best (by tradition) to take a closer look at even the tiniest of details, through what’s been noted as a critical lens. We do this in hopes to shine some light on possible new perspectives and ideas. Hopefully, I’ll be somewhat successful with what I’m bringing to the table today.

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Rogue One: Quiet, Calm, Powerful

No one thinks of “quiet” and “calm” when they think of Star Wars. No one. From the very first blast of the iconic John Williams’ score at the beginning of Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, to the fantastic ships, weapons, thundering confrontations and larger than life characters, it’s a loud saga. Big. Booming. Atlas holding the sphere of the world and tossing it around like a ping-pong ball. But it has occurred to me recently, after my most recent viewing of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, that it is in simple, quiet moments and the characters who define them that I find the most power, more than any other Star Wars film.

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Star Wars Celebration: Felicity Jones Set to Appear!

ROGUE ONE’S FELICITY JONES TO APPEAR AT STAR WARS CELEBRATION IN ORLANDO
THE FAN-FAVORITE ACTRESS WILL SIGN AT THE STAR WARS CELEBRATION AUTOGRAPH HALL!

Don’t tell the Empire — the galaxy’s newest rebel is coming to Star Wars Celebration. Felicity Jones, who starred as Jyn Erso in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, will sign at the Star Wars Celebration Autograph Hall in Orlando this April, The Topps Company and Authenticators, Inc. announced today.

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NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER — ROGUE ONE Jyn Erso Replica Costume Ensemble from ANOVOS

 

Putting behind a checkered past by lending her skills to a greater cause, Jyn Erso is impetuous, defiant, and eager to bring the battle to the Empire. ANOVOS is now proud to offer this detailed multi-layer replica costume including shirt, jacket, vest, pants and holster! Replicated from original screen-used assets to bring you the very best, this ensemble will only be available for a limited time so Go Rogue today.

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New Star Wars Novels to Explore Rogue One Backstories

NEW NOVELS REBEL RISING AND GUARDIANS OF THE WHILLS WILL EXPLORE ROGUE ONE BACKSTORIES

FIRST DETAILS ON NEW STORIES STARRING THREE HEROES FROM ROGUE ONE.

Jyn Erso, Chirrut Îmwe, and Baze Malbus. Vastly different people who came together, along with some other new friends, to change the galaxy. After their heroics in Rogue One, they’ve become fan favorites — and we’re going to learn a lot more about them in two new books coming May 2.

Rebel Rising , a young adult novel from New York Times Bestselling author Beth Davis, will dive into Jyn’s backstory, exploring her time with the extremist rebel Saw Gerrera and how it shaped the woman she’d become. Rogue One hinted at the once-close relationship between Saw and Jyn, which was ultimately fractured. Rebel Rising  promises to be our first real look into what happened between the two, good times and bad. Check out the official description and cover below.

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Star Wars Moms: The Strongest Stars have Hearts of Kyber

“The strongest stars have hearts of Kyber.” — Chirrut Imwe

There’s something to be said about this quote or dialogue spoken by the Guardian of the Whills, Chirrut Imwe. It’s amazing what one line can do and how it can trigger a plethora of thoughts; not much different from saying a picture is worth a thousand words. These words unleashed a multitude of emotions on me, and I can’t help myself from going back to it.

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Rogue One and Return of the Jedi

During my first viewing of Rogue One I noticed that there some obvious connections and tie-ins with Return of the Jedi. For example, in both movies there are Mons (Mothma and Calamari), shield generators that need to be destroyed, Death Stars that become operational, and stolen Imperial ships and codes that the rebels use to infiltrate an Imperial stronghold. But after multiple viewings it is clear that there are even more similarities, connections, and juxtapositions between Rogue One and Return of the Jedi.

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Melinda’s Brew: Family Affair

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Two weeks to the day after seeing it ourselves, my husband, Tom, and I finally got to see “Rogue One” with our two daughters who came home for the holidays. Neither one of them had seen the newest chapter in Star Wars lore as of yet, and Tom and I were waiting with bated breath for them to see it – especially this past week since the two of us could not talk about the movie at all if there was even the smidgeon of a possibility that either of the girls were within ear shot [our ‘eagle-eared’ daughters can hear just about anything from any corner of the house, we learned long, long ago]. Best to err on the side of caution, and not say one word. In all fairness to the girls, Tom and I each were ‘allowed’ to utter one word in regard to “Rogue One” – we could answer “yes” or “no” to the query, “Did you like it?” after seeing it opening night [December 15]. We embellished our answers by giving a thumb’s up signal. They allowed that. 😉

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