Rogue One: A Star Wars Story slides into theaters in December, meaning right now is as good a time as any to unleash a brand new trailer featuring a seemingly cocky Darth Vader doing nefarious Vader shit. We also get a better look at Mads Mikkelsen, confirmed legend who was recently revealed to be playing Galen Erso.

Just hours before the latest (and possibly final) trailer dropped, Disney hit us with a glorious new poster that was decidedly ruthless with the Vader teasery:

Rogue One director Gareth Edwards, a name that might ring a bell or three due to his previous work on Godzilla, opened up to Entertainment Weekly back in August about the film's exploration of the spiritual value of Jedha, a.k.a. this universe's holy land. "The Force is basically in Star Wars like a religion, and they're losing their faith in the period that we start the movie," Edwards told EW. "We were trying to find a physical location we could go to that would speak to the themes of losing your faith and the choice between letting the Empire win, or evil win, and good prevailing. It got embodied in this place we called Jedha."

Peep the trailer above and start planning your ticket purchase for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, starring Felicity Jones and Diego Luna, before Dec. 16. hits and it's too damn late.