Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is unlike any of the previous films in the franchise. Not only does it break from the trilogy format, but it is the first that does not feature music composed by John Williams. Rogue One also harkens back to the days of classic Hollywood. Cinematographer Greig Fraser used the same lenses that were also used to shoot the film Ben Hur. Also, some scenes used pre-recorded projections rather than a green screen to give the film more of a documentary feel.