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the-swift-tricker · a year ago
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i recently found out that George Lucas orginally wanted Toshiro Mifune to play the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi in the original Star Wars movie because he was such of fan of the Akira Kurosawa films that he starred in and now i haven't been able to stop thinking about an alternate universe where old Obi-Wan looks like this
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and young Obi-Wan looks like this
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you're welcome
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ayo-cowbelly · 7 months ago
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george lucas in AOTC: and then obi wan jumps out the window to chase after the killer, who was hired by another killer, who was hired by a sith lord, who was assigned to do this by the other sith lord-
audience: isn’t this supposed to be about darth vader?
george lucas:
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demifiendrsa · a year ago
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Jon Favreau shares a photo of George Lucas holding The Child.
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jedi-anakin · a year ago
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George Lucas, Samuel L. Jackson and Ahmed Best behind the scenes of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
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red-applesith · a year ago
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Just gonna leave that here.
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randomlyrj · a year ago
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Bad Lip Reading: Baby Yoda Edition
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iamdinomartins · a year ago
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You were the Chosen One! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them. Bring balance to the force, not leave it in darkness. You were my brother, Anakin! I loved you
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005) Dir. George Lucas
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jedi-anakin · a year ago
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Ewan McGregor splash George Lucas behind the scenes of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
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gffa · 8 months ago
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The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 5 - “The Jedi”      ”His attachment to you makes him vulnerable to his fears.  His anger.”      ”All the more reason to train him.”      ”No!  I’ve seen what such feelings can do to a fully trained Jedi Knight.  To the best of us.  I will not start this child down that path.” ~       [Jedi Knights] do not grow attachments, because attachment is a path to the dark side. You can love people, but you can’t want to possess them. They’re not yours. Accept that they have a fate. Even those you love most are going to die. You can’t do anything about that. Protect them with your lightsaber, but if they die they were going to die. there’s nothing you can do. All you can do is accept that fact.       In mythology, if you go to Hades to get them back you’re not doing it for them, you’re doing it for yourself. You’re doing it because you don’t want to give them up. You’re afraid to be without them. The key to the dark side is fear. You must be clean of fear, and fear of loss is the greatest fear. If you’re set up for fear of loss, you will do anything to keep that loss from happening, and you’re going to end up in the dark side. That’s the basic premise of Star Wars and the Jedi, and how it works.       That’s why they’re taken at a young age to be trained. They cannot get themselves killed trying to save their best buddy when it’s a hopeless exercise.       — George Lucas
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buffysummers · a year ago
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I don’t know you anymore... Anakin, you're breaking my heart. You're going down a path I can't follow. STAR WARS: EPISODE III - REVENGE OF THE SITH (2005) dir. George Lucas
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gffa · a year ago
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Star Wars Episode III | The Chosen One Featurette “Nobody who’s evil thinks of themselves as evil.  They always believe they’re doing good, even though they’re not.  And so it’s a matter of, ‘How does a person who is good turn into becoming an evil person?’“  --George Lucas I really love this featurette and everything George has to say about Anakin’s character, especially the way he phrases some of the insights into the character, that he associations Anakin’s bad side with the justification that he’s doing this for Padme, that he frames Anakin saying, “ I will not betray the Republic. My loyalties lie with the Chancellor.  And with the Senate.  And with you.” as a rationalization for everything he’s done. It’s connected with the above quote as a summation of this section of the featurette, an exploration of how someone who was good becomes evil, how they can believe they’re doing good even though they’re not. George Lucas has always been really clear that Anakin’s feelings for Padme have become possessive and unhealthy at this point in time, that he’s become greedy and selfish instead of compassionate and selfless.  That his attachment to her (and his mother before her) are specifically what leads him to becoming Darth Vader. And all of this ties right into that, that it’s about using his feelings for her as a justification for the things he does.  That the good in him is going, “WHAT ARE YOU DOING??” while the bad in him is going, “I’M DOING THIS FOR PADME.” These two moments of explanation are both about justification and an inability to admit to what he’s doing, even when some part of him is screaming out about it.  That Anakin won’t let himself think of what he’s doing as evil (even though it is) because he cannot face it. This is the heart of Anakin Skywalker, that he was a good person, that there is still good in him, but his problem has always been that he refuses to listen to the good and instead justifies his actions with the bad.  That his love for Padme wasn’t inherently evil by any means, but that what Anakin did with it led him to an evil path, because it was a justification.  Just as his loyalty to the Republic was a justification for what he was going to do.  And neither one of them were really about those feelings (he idealized his relationship with Padme, he idealized his loyalty to the Republic and democracy), but instead about the idea of them and what he wanted them to be and what he wanted to do in their name, but really for his own reasons, because of his own fears. It’s all so much rationalizing what he’s done instead of stopping and turning back.
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commander--meiloorun · 3 years ago
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Some of the photos from Mark Hamill's big day as he received his star on the Hollywood walk of fame. He's known as the Joker, Fire Lord Ozai, and most of all, our dear Luke Skywalker. Thanks, Mark, for all the great work you've given us. More photos as well as these can be found on the Star Wars official Facebook page.
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