‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ 3D Glasses Unveiled

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When audiences settle into their seats to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, they will have a few different options for their viewing experience. Rogue One will be converted into 3D, using the same conversion technology that was used on The Force Awakens.

Just like The Force Awakens, limited edition 3D glasses will be made available. Disney made the announcement in collaboration with Austrailian manufacture Look3D.

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The glasses are Real D certified and will work in equipped theaters along with some TVs, laptops, and monitors. The color schemes match those of Deathtroopers or Stormtroopers that will be featured throughout Rogue One. The glasses are expected to retail at about $9 and $12.

The Force Awakens released similar glasses in the style of Stormtroopers, Kylo Ren, Captain Phasma and BB-8.

Rogue One follows a group of Rebel fighters who come together in order to steal the plans for the Death Star. The film stars Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Riz Ahmed, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Jiang Wen, Forest Whitaker, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, and Jonathan Aris.

Rogue One arrives in theaters on December 16th.

Following the foundation of the Galactic Empire, a wayward band of Rebel fighters come together to carry out a desperate mission: to steal the plans for the Death Star before it can be used to enforce the Emperor’s rule.

Are you interested in these limited edition 3D glasses or will you be seeing Rogue One in 2D? Comment below and let’s talk all things Star Wars!

Source: ScreenRant 

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  • Vegas82

    Love the glasses, but I hate 3D movies for the most part. Puts this Star Wars fan in a weird situation. Do I really waste money on something that will likely never really appreciate in value just because I think they look cool and I might see one 3D or 4D film in the next 5 years?

    Stupid Star Wars addiction…