On August 31, some of the new toys inspired by the highly anticipated Rogue One: A Star Wars Story movie were finally revealed via a fan-made animated short that launched on the Star Wars YouTube channel.
Fans can preview the entire Disney Store Rogue One: A Star Wars Story collection at DisneyStore.com/RogueOne before it launches September 30 in Stores and online.
And, beginning September 2, fans who are eager to secure a piece of this collection can pre-order select items via DisneyStore.com, including: the heroic character Sergeant Jyn Erso Elite Series Die Cast Action Figure and Costume for Kids, and the Imperial Death Trooper Costume for Kids.
Pre-order of each item is limited 1 (one) per Guest.
Sergeant Jyn Erso Elite Series Die Cast Action Figure – $26.95
In collaboration with Lucasfilm, Disney Store presents the Star Wars Elite Series Sergeant Jyn Erso die cast action figure. Add this finely detailed figure, inspired by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, to your collection for epic adventures.
Sergeant Jyn Erso Costume for Kids – $44.95 - $54.95
They’ll step into the starring role of Jyn Erso as they face the might of the Galactic Empire when wearing this detailed costume. Inspired by the rebel’s outfit in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, it will bring out their heroic character.
Imperial Death Trooper Costume for Kids – $44.95 - $54.95
They’ll be ready for adventures beyond imagination in a galaxy far, far away while wearing this high gloss Imperial Death Trooper Costume with imposing face mask, as seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Additional stop-motion shorts will roll out through the month of September on the Star Wars YouTube channel. The shorts will mirror the plot of the live-action film, where Rebel spies are trying to secure plans for the Empire’s Death Star.
Beginning September 30, fans are invited to create and share their own Go Rogue videos by submitting their own shorts to StarWars.com/GoRogue, with a special contest for kids 8-12 at Disney.com/MyRogueStory. Winners will be invited to Lucasfilm in San Francisco to watch their winning shorts and of course, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Join the global #GoRogue conversation now on social.