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- Ahsoka, the highly-anticipated live-action series starring Rosario Dawson as the titular togruta former Jedi first seen in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, has officially begun production. The news comes from Disney+ itself, who shared a seemingly standard behind-the-scenes picture of a director’s chair emblazoned with the show’s stylized title. But those who’ve kept up with Star Wars in recent years know full well what that hat dangling off the side means. Ticket sources tell us all about just how exciting this is for fans and it was announced earlier today via Twitter by Joonas Hogberg at THR : “StarWars will be filmed on location across Europe next year! #liveOnTheSky.” So if there are any questions surrounding why filming would take place entirely within London then these tweets may provide answers… but they won’t answer them necessarily since other scenes seem to have been shot elsewhere during summer (yes I’m aware many locations require extensive scouting before shooting). At least part three seems likely; you can check out more pics here.
- Lucas was motivated as much by common sense as a boldness to innovate. After years of working in the traditional method, he was convinced that every aspect of filmmaking could be easier, from pre-production and principal photography to post-production and distribution. The Star Wars films, among other Lucasfilm productions, granted opportunities to test and experiment new methods. Through these experiments, several different cinematographers were able find ways they had never been able before: At first Spielberg’s techniques seemed similar – very simple images with tight focus on some vital part of the scene without too many moving parts or lengthy cuts leading up until completion. But soon more complicated elements came into play using computer technology such As early as 1990 at LosAngeles’ Art Directors Conference this director Michael Bauman asked him about lighting effects which make for amazing cinematic results but also cause great headaches when set dressing can lead filmmakers to overexpose certain scenes – “What if you see something like Vader walking down street wearing gloves?
- On this year’s May the Fourth, like clockwork, a new piece of Star Wars news dropped: a trailer for the forthcoming Disney+ show Obi-Wan Kenobi. Previous Star Wars Day announcements have included that Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi would be cowriting and helming a future Star Wars movie and that General Mills would be releasing a Baby Yoda cereal. It’s also a day for all kinds of fan actions, like making crafts, doing cosplay, and holding movie marathons. But over the years, the holiday has begun to feel more and more like a marketing stunt—a former grassroots fan holiday that’s been turned into a news peg for a trailer for a show people don’t seem too jazzed about. For example you see it every time there’s an announcement on Twitter or Facebook regarding upcoming movies; each one features your favorite (and oft-disappeared) characters in goofy outfits wearing costumes drawn by their very first appearances from The Dark Knight Rises ‒or worse still, something entirely unrelated… such as Christopher Nolan creating Batman themed shirts back at CinemaCon 2005. You’ll think “oh no I hate Chris Nolan! My love affair with him waned after he made his own films!” And when those projects are finally revealed? Well they get announced anyway because some celebrity wants them, just ask Madonna
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Emperor Palpatine, known by the Sith name Darth Sidious, has had several apprentices throughout the Star Wars series. Besides Count Dooku, both Darth Vader and Darth Maul were tremendously strong. Vader, of course, was the doomed Jedi Anakin Skywalker while Maul was struck down by Obi-Wan Kenobi on Naboo. While the Death Star was being built, Vader was lured to a planet under false pretenses that a Rebel cell had stolen Death Star plans and was hiding out there. In truth, it was a trap so that Darth Maul could face Vader for the honor of being Palpatine’s true apprentice.  During Empire Strikes Back, this character is revealed as one which Tarkin used in his final attack against Luke.”'[8a]). This line should be taken with a grain at all times — they are characters who have already left Tatara once their life story begins (in particular Mace Windham/the Dark Side). Although later generations will see other versions, like Bail Organan or Artoo Bel before him, these lines do point out an important fact: every time we hear someone use “Darth” he often references Han Solo from The Phantom Menace
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