Potato Quality But Worth It: Teaser for Star Wars: Rogue One Has Leaked

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Over the weekend, fans at the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim got to see a one minute teaser for Star Wars: Rogue One, and one brave smuggler has brought it forth for the rest of us. It may have been filmed on a potato, but it's enough to get us through to the official release of the teaser.

Here's what we know about Star Wars: Rogue One so far:

The film takes place between episodes III and IV, and will "revolve around a rogue band of resistance fighters who unite for a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans and bring new hope to the galaxy." It stars Felicity Jones (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Theory of Everything), and, according to rumor, Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi (though the voice in this trailer sounds an awful lot like Alec Guinness). Rogue One is to be the first in a series of Star Wars spin-off films, which will be known collectively as the Star Wars Anthology Series.

It may be too soon to say for sure, but this movie looks like it's gonna be awesome!

Jurassic World's New Trailer Proves Existence of Godzilla

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In case the first three movies didn't convince you that humankind should not tamper with the delicate balance of nature, Jurassic World is back to underline that bolded, italicized, highlighted sentiment. With a little help from Chris Pratt, of course.
Really though, didn't expect Godzilla.

The Fantastic Four Gets a New Trailer, And It Finally Looks Interesting

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This new character-centric trailer takes another crack at making the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot look like a movie people would actually want to see, and it does a pretty decent job!

You've got: Reed so stereotypically smart "he knows answers to questions we don't even know to ask him" Richards

Sue "my father is narrating this so he can't express that I'm the eye candy" Storm

Johnny "look at my sexy car and sassy attitude" Storm

and Ben "awful skinny for the muscle" Grimm

But all in all, if I'm being honest, this trailer gave me a lot more faith in ths movie than the previous one did.