She gives him her pack, and he doesn’t… really… no. That’s really, that’s K2. Like, he doesn’t, y’know— “Go get the bags, droid.” “No. I’d rather not. That’s not my thing.” —Alan Tudyk at the Rogue One Panel at Star Wars Celebration 2016
Coruscant, appearing in The Phantom Menace (1999), Attack of the Clones (2002), and Revenge of the Sith (2005), bears strong visual similarity to the futuristic Los Angeles of Blade Runner (1982). This echoing connects the two as places dominated by the profit concerns of large organizations, be it the Trade Federation or the Tyrell Corporation, and as a people who are collectively oblivious, apathetic even, to the plight of the artificially shortened clone trooper and replicant lives manufactured to serve their interests.