Rogue One: Felicity Jones Gifts Star Wars Characters With Superlatives

When characters like Chewbacca, Han Solo, and Princess Leia aren't gallivanting around the [...]

When characters like Chewbacca, Han Solo, and Princess Leia aren't gallivanting around the universe trying to bring down the Empire, they are most certainly doing semi-normal things like not tipping well, dancing to Beyonce, and regifting Christmas presents.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story's Felicity Jones paired up with Glamour (via io9) to give her take on some of these incredibly important issues, and the results were quite insightful.

Take for instance Chewbacca, Han Solo's trusty right hand Wookie. Jones says "Chewbacca is most likely to gossip incessantly, but it's quite good because you don't know what he's saying, so he can gossip about you in front of your face."

He's kind of a jerk for gossiping, but hey, at least it won't hurt your feelings. Her take on Jabba seems accurate too, as she says "Jabba the Hut is most likely to catcall a woman on the street." Yeah, he would totally do that.

"Princess Leia is most likely to dance to Beyonce when no one is around," says Jones. "When she's in public she's quite composed, but privately she likes to (dances) you know, she likes to really gyrate on the dance floor." You know that song has to be "Run the World (Girls)", though "Single Ladies" also probably gets a few listens as well.

Her best analysis though has to be in regards to Kylo Ren and his grandfather Darth Vader. Ren is the last person you'd ever invite to any sort of party, let alone a Christmas one. He's like the evil version of Rachel Green, though instead of just exchanging the gifts for cash he merely redistributes them to anyone with a pulse because he rolls like that.

"Kylo Ren is most likely to regift your Christmas present. He doesn't care about your Christmas present that you've given him. He has no feelings."

As for Vader, when dining out with him make sure to go back and leave a tip, if the waiter's still alive that is.

"Darth Vader is least likely to leave the waiter a big tip. No tip in fact. In fact, he'd just kill him."

You can watch her assessment of several other Star Wars favorites in the full video above.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story hits US theaters December 16, 2016. Directed by Gareth Edwards, it's the first of the new standalone features from Lucasfilm and Disney, which take place outside the core "Skywalker Saga" of films noted by an Episode number. Rogue One tells the story of the small band of rebels that were tasked with stealing the plans to the first Death Star. The story spins directly off the opening crawl from the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. In that crawl, it read: "Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire. During the battle, Rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire's ultimate weapon, the DEATH STAR, an armored space station with enough power to destroy an entire planet."

MORE STAR WARS NEWS: Riz Ahmed Says Rogue One Strikes Cool Balance Of Old And New / Star Wars Hot Toys Chirrut Imwe Available For Pre-Order / Star Wars Japanese Rogue One TV Spot Is All Donnie Yen / Alan Tudyk Reveals Rogue One Cast's Surprising Reaction To The Movie