Felicity Jones’ character Rogue One stuck with her long after the series ended

Felicity Jones is known for her “hardworking” approach to every role she takes on, and Jyn Erso is no different. The actor spent months preparing for “Rogue One”, studied Wushu with martial arts expert Liang Yang, and built the body of a skilled fighter from the ground up. “I approached Jyn very physically,” says Jones StarWars.com. “I wanted it to feel that she was learning to fight all her life and that she navigated the universe in such a way that she was ready and ready to strike whenever she might need to.”

Wushu gave Jones the courage and “mental strength” to instill confidence in Jyn Erso – and five years on, it’s still something she carries with her. “I really felt invincible after playing Jyn,” she admitted. “I remember some young guy harassing my elderly neighbor asking for money on her doorstep and I intervened to get him to leave her alone.

Of course, that inner strength wasn’t the only attribute Jones borrowed from Jyn. “I love all those aspects of Jyn – her leadership qualities, her survival instincts and also a kind of inner peace that makes her feel ‘whatever happens, will happen.'” picked up a valuable attribute or two from her time on the “Rogue One” set.

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