Star Wars spent more than a boatload's boatload of money on advertising, and Rogue One seems to be following in the same footsteps.
Branding everything isn't always necessarily the worst idea ever, but Apples and Oranges may be taking it to the next level. Unless we're trying to get more kids to beg for literal Apples and Oranges.
I'm all for the wars and their advertising and marketing schemes, but how far is too far?
Ever since TFA came out you have seen everything from fruit to makeup and even car commercials. You can now even buy your very own Rogue One Special edition Nissan Rogue. Get it ROGUE.
This is the largest movie franchise in history and it is only going to get bigger with Disney's seemingly never-ending plans for the future.
Expect more to come like Star Wars brand candles that smell like the swamps of Dagobah or the lava fields of Mustafar, well probably not but I wouldn't put it past Disney.
Rogue One A Star Wars Story hits theaters Dec. 16, 2016.