The latest entry in the Star Wars universe, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is scheduled to debut in theaters on December 15, 2019. 

This time around, we’ll see a robot, which will resemble Darth Vader, but one that looks more like a droid.

“We have always said we wanted to be a part of this world of the Jedi,” director Gareth Edwards told Vanity Fair in a recent interview.

“There’s a lot of potential for us, and a lot more for a lot younger audience.” 

While we won’t know for sure until we see the movie itself, we can already start to speculate what the new robot will look like.

Here’s what we know so far about the robot:It has six eyes and can use one of them to see into space.

The robot will be armed with lasers and a shield to block incoming shots.

Its mouth is designed to look like a human mouth and its ears are designed to resemble a human face.

Its legs are connected to a robot arm, which can be attached to a chair or a wall.

Its arms are attached to what looks like a robot forearm, which acts like a forearm.

Its arms are connected in the form of a robot hand.

Its head looks like an actual robot head.

Its skin is made of a material called Kevlar and it has an articulated torso.

The robotic arm is made from a flexible plastic that can bend to fit into the body of the robot.

Its hands are also made of Kevlar.

The robot’s arms can also be used to perform other tasks, like using its arms to pick up and hold objects. 

The robot has a range of sensors that allow it to analyze the environment and analyze its surroundings.

Its vision can be used for things like recognizing and locating objects, and it can even identify and detect objects that are moving in the real world.

It can also detect and detect other objects.

The robots vision can also identify objects that have already been placed on the ground, or objects that appear to be moving in a certain way.

Like all robots, the robot will have a voice and it will talk to itself.

Its voice will tell it about its surroundings, and the robot can also use the voice to identify things that are not in its field of view.

According to the press release, the movie will be a “great adventure” for fans of Star Wars, and will also have a “big-screen” version of the droid that will be used in the film.

It will be filmed in space.

It is scheduled for a December 2020 release date. 

There are also plans for the droid to appear in a spin-off film called The Force Awakens. 

We reached out to Warner Bros. for more information on the robot and have not yet heard back.