‘Star Wars’ trailer proves Internet can’t spell
'Rogue One' outs those who cheated in spelling class
In case you missed it, the folks at Good Morning America debuted the trailer for new “Star Wars” spin-off film “Rogue One” this morning. This made the Internet excited, and when the Internet gets excited, the Internet makes mistakes.
Here you go guys the official Star Wars Rouge One trailer! https://t.co/8JPaemfqq0
— Sean Pitts (@SeanTwisters) April 7, 2016
Both the “#RougeOne” and “#RogueOne” tags reached trending status in hours.
— James Field (@my_name_is_jim) April 7, 2016
Some users seemed disappointed with their fellow man, while others chose to use the misspelling as an opportunity to feed into the ever-churning “Star Wars” rumor mill.
First look at the main planet in ROUGE ONE. pic.twitter.com/s1rK2bEXBM
— Tom Huddleston (@TomHuddleston_) April 7, 2016
“Rogue One” hits theaters in December; hopefully the user below will find some consistency with their spelling before then.
— Waiting on Rogue One (@Torpyedo) March 29, 2016