Gary Whitta (born July 21, 1972) was the screenwriter for the first draft Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, for which he also coined the film's title. In 2015, Chris Weitz was brought on to complete the screenplay.
Previously, Whitta served as editor-in-chief of both the UK and US versions of PC Gamer Magazine. Several years prior to the announcement that he would write one of the Star Wars spin-off films, Whitta made a number of posts to the NeoGAF message boards, in which he criticized the prequel trilogy and the 2011 Blu-ray changes to the original trilogy.
Star Wars workEdit
- Star Wars Rebels – "The Antilles Extraction"
- Star Wars Rebels – "The Wynkahthu Job"
- Star Wars Rebels – "Warhead"
- Star Wars Rebels – "In the Name of the Rebellion" (Part One)
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
- "Raymus"–From a Certain Point of View
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ . "Writing an episode of @StarWars Rebels while my daughter sits in my office in Rebels pajamas, watching Rebels. #StarWarsRebels"
- ↑ screenshot) . "Well I can now say that I named a @starwars movie! That's pretty cool. #RogueOne" (
- ↑ Bricken, Rob (May 23, 2014). Why Screenwriter Gary Whitta's Rant Proves He's Perfect For Star Wars. io9.com. Retrieved on October 6, 2014.
- ↑ Alex Welch (2016-12-23). Star Wars: Rogue One Cut Pilot Cameo Revealed (News article). Screenrant. Retrieved on December 2, 2017.
- Gary Whitta on Wikipedia
- Sciretta, Peter (February 23, 2015). Gary Whitta On Growing Up With Star Wars, Prequel Disappointment and Writing a Spin-Off. slashfilm.com.
- Newitz, Annalee (October 27, 2017). Now we know what the writers of Star Wars: Rogue One were really thinking. arstechnica.com.