Disney has managed to get Star Wars fans back on board the franchise after the prequels left a bad taste in everyone's mouth. The Force Awakens made more than $2 billion worldwide and though some criticized it for not being overly original, it was generally very well liked by fans and critics. The next Star Wars movie, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has the bar set very high for it, as a result. Consequently, after a first cut of the film was shown to the top brass at Disney, massive reshoots were ordered.

These reshoots have been the subject of a lot of controversy, with some saying as much as 40 percent of the movie needs to be re-shot. There were also rumors that director Gareth Edwards would be essentially getting a babysitter on the set during the reshoots. However, Mads Mikkelsen, who is starring in the film, has weighed in on the reshoots and feels like they aren't a very big deal. Speaking with