'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Trailer And International Trailer Debut Featuring The Return Of Darth Vader

Alright so who would've thought a Star Wars movie that isn't an official episode of the original series would be getting so much buzz on the internet. Yet that has been the exact case for this year's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which will once again be taking us to a time before we were introduced to Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Han Solo. Gareth Edward's film has been in the press lately but for the wrong reasons with talks of reshoots and concern from Disney in altering the movie, but fans seemingly have nothing to worry about if this new trailer is anything to go by.

Below is the official trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story released during the Olympics:

And below is the Japanese trailer for Rogue One which reveals some new plot details:

As I stated above, the trailers certainly will win over fans and even regular movie goers despite some of the early concerns about the film. Some of the shots in this movie look like they're right out of the original trilogy (With improved CGI of course) and thats something that will really help this movie feel like its part of the same world as the others. But as we've heard in the past, director Gareth Edwards is really going for a war movie type of vibe here and you can already get that feeling from this trailer.
We also get to see a lot more of the characters that will be a part of the group of rebels who will be searching for the plans to the death star, and we learn a little more about their back stories. Felicity Jones' Jyn Erso of course takes the spotlight as the film's lead, but we also learn that her father played by Mad Mikkelson will have some sort of key importance the plot and the creation of the Death Star (Is he the one who created the plans?). We even get a look at the film's new droid K-2SO played by Alan Tudyk, he seems to share C-3PO's sense of humor.
But of course the highlight of this trailer is the appearance of famed villain Darth Vader at the very end. Its unknown how important he will be in this film but one can only hope that we'll get to see him in action against the group of heroes. We've known for some time that Vader was going to be in the movie and that he'd once again be voiced by James Earl Jones (Thankfully not Hayden Christensen), yet we still don't know how much screen time he'll be getting or even we'll even see him wield his famous red lightsaber. One can only hope Edwards and co. are saving that for audiences to see when Rogue One hits theaters this December. 
So what did you think of both of these Rogue One trailers? Are you excited for the movie or do you think it won't be as good as it looks? Let us know below!