See the stars who rocked up to the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Stars of the latest Star Wars movie took to the red carpet at the premiere event for the launch of the new film Rogue One in London.

Oscar-nominated British actress Felicity Jones, who is the leading lady in the film, was joined by her co-stars Mads Mikkelsen, Forest Whitaker, Alan Tudyk, Diego Luna and Donnie Yen at the screening held at the Tate Modern. Also in attendance were the film’s British director Gareth Edwards and producer Kathleen Kennedy.

Here are the stars that turned up.

Felicity wore a beautiful pastel dress.

Diego looked very dapper.

…as did the Stormtroopers.

Oh look! Here’s Forest!

Here’s the whole lot together: Ben Mendelsohn, Forest, Mads, Riz Ahmed, Felicity, Diego, producer Kathleen Kennedy, Donnie and director Gareth Edwards. Squeeze in guys.

Rogue One is a standalone story and forms part of the new Star Wars Anthology series. The hotly anticipated blockbuster sees Felicity portray Rebel Alliance recruit Jyn Erso, who is asked to join a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star, the planet-destroying weapon of the evil Empire.

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