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Monday, 21 November 2016

ROGUE ONE: INTRODUCING CHIRRUT AND BAZE

The latest unique STAR WARS pairing: Chirrut Imwe (Donnie Yen) and Baze Malbus (Jiang Weng) on Scarif, in ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY. Images: Lucasfilm/Disney.

They're an unlikely duo with opposing viewpoints about the nature of the Force in a time of chaos created by the Empire. Nonetheless, blind spiritual warrior Chirrut Imwe and revenge-fuelled mercenary Baze Malbus are friends and blood brothers to the end in the battle to steal the Death Star plans on the beach world of Scarif, showing their loyalty and sometimes humorous banter during many do or die scenes, including a face off against an AT-ACT Walker no less, in ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY, out in UK cinemas this December 15th, 2016.

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Keeping his senses heightened on Scarif.
In action against a Stormtrooper squad on Jedha.
Part of a rainy night time raid on the Empire.
A dry sardonic wit and tough warfare instincts are a fused part of Baze Malbus's character.
On Yavin IV, Chirrut and Baze's Rebel squad prepares for war on Scarif.
In heavy duty battle on Scarif.

CELEBRATION 2016 character description for Chirrut and Baze:

Original costume for Chirrut from CELEBRATION 2016.

Deeply spiritual, Chirrut Imwe believes all living things are connected though the Force. His sightless eyes do not prevent him from being a highly skilled warrior. Though he lacks Force abilities, this warrior monk has rigorously honed his body through intense physical and mental discipline.


Original costume for Baze.

The harsh reality of his Imperial-occupied home world has hardened Baze Malbus into a pragmatic solider and a crack shot with his heavy repeater cannon. Baze has a bravado that provides a marked contrast to the spiritual centeredness of his best friend and moral compass, Chirrut Imwe.

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