Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is officially a box office success, earning an estimated $290 million in its opening weekend, worldwide. Moreover, the film has established that the Star Wars "standalones" are a viable avenue for the franchise to diversify itself - and lucrative earnings aren't the only proof of that. Fan reaction says just as much as dollars do.
If you need any further proof that Star Wars fans are embracing Rogue One wholeheartedly, then take a look at this: Fans all over the world are recreating one of Rogue One's most stunning promo images!
The 501st Legion is an international Star Wars fan club dedicated to making and wearing screen-accurate Star Wars villains costumes, and the club marshaled its forces for a worldwide photo shoot, and the results live up to club standards.
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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is now in theaters.