Fans who frequent blockbuster movies know by now that when it comes to movie trailers, what you see isn't necessarily what you're going to get. Trailers have an increasing pattern of showing moments from a movie that will never make it into the theatrical cut, and that can sometimes cause serious blowback from viewers, especially those who become interested in a film based on a trailer's false promise.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is no different; the first Star Wars standalone movie has several key moments shown in trailers and advertisements that don't appear in the theatrical cut of the film. We've gone back through and pulled them together, and some of them were definitely sold as "big moments" in the film that fans were expecting to see.
Here are Scenes from Rogue One Trailer that Weren't in the Movie.