Everyone is convinced that parts of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was filmed in Canary Wharf tube station


A tantalising teaser trailer of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dropped today to the delight of thousands of fans.

The movie, directed by Gareth Edwards, takes place between Episode III and Episode IV, and is the first of three planned stand-alone spin-off films.

It fills the gap between 2005 prequel movie Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith and 1977´s Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope.

But people are convinced the trailer looks like part of the film was shot inside a tube station - most notably Canary Wharf station.

Riding the Death Star on your morning commute could soon be a thing - kind of.

Six years old? That's exciting at any age surely?

Screen grabbed image taken from the Star Wars YouTube channel
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The trailer shows Felicity Jones taking the lead as young rebel Jyn Erso who is asked to join a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star.

Plenty of fans seem more excited for the spin-off - due for release on December 16th - than they were for last year's The Force Awakens.

And of course - fan theories are already popping up.

Just eight months of teasers and theories left to wait.