And we're back!
Started by Barrister, November 13, 2019, 12:54:52 AM
Quote from: celedhring on November 17, 2023, 04:02:27 AMIs Ahsoka the first time we got actual live action clone troopers in an action scene? I'm not rewatching Revenge of the Sith to clear it up
Quote from: viper37 on November 17, 2023, 07:26:43 PMOrder 66 seem mostly live action in RotS:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wa9gRCSFptQ
Quote from: Threviel on November 17, 2023, 04:49:41 AMQuote from: celedhring on November 17, 2023, 02:19:07 AMIf you think Phantom Menace's computer effects aged badly, don't watch Attack of the Clones... The kid will be watching the rest of the prequels alone... They truly deeply suck.I will join back in when we jump to episode 7 after 3. Perhaps I can finally watch 8 and 9.
Quote from: celedhring on November 17, 2023, 02:19:07 AMIf you think Phantom Menace's computer effects aged badly, don't watch Attack of the Clones...
QuoteThe Prequel trilogy clone troopers were created through computer-generated imagery. In Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones, the school-aged clones were played by Daniel Logan, the young adult versions by Bodie Taylor, and the mature versions by Temuera Morrison.For Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith, Morrison wore a blue bodysuit to play troopers Cody, Odd Ball, and Jag. The suit was later digitally replaced with computer-generated clone armor.
Quote from: Barrister on November 19, 2023, 01:47:49 AMWatched Star Wars (aka episode 4) with out exchange student today. She'd never seen it before.Damn - that movie still slaps 40+ years later. You can't get a more perfect action/adventure movie.
Quote from: HVC on November 17, 2023, 11:53:19 PM7 is inoffensive. 8 sucks. 9 makes 8 look like a cinematic and story telling masterpiece. The prequels are better than the sequels. Woe to you in watching them if your dislike the prequels.
Quote from: Sophie Scholl on November 19, 2023, 07:28:47 AMWhat did she think of it? Do you plan on continuing with the other originals?
QuoteDave Filoni has a new mission in the Star Wars universe after guiding Rosario Dawson's Force-wielding hero to distant celestial realms in the first season of Ahsoka. The writer-producer-director, who started out working alongside George Lucas on the animated Clone Wars show nearly two decades ago, has ascended to a new position at Lucasfilm—one that will give him input into all the galactic storytelling going forward."Now I'm what's called chief creative officer of Lucasfilm," Filoni tells Vanity Fair, which places him into the development process much earlier and in a much more expansive capacity than his previous advisory duties. "In the past, in a lot of projects I would be brought into it, I would see it after it had already developed a good ways." Filoni will now work more directly with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and alongside Carrie Beck, a veteran producer turned head of development, to originate and shepherd the next generation of Star Wars shows and movies. After spending many years involved in the creation of Star Wars animation, including the Rebels series, he became increasingly involved in live-action as a producer with Jon Favreau on the The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett. "In this new role, it's opened up to basically everything that's going on," Filoni says. "When we're planning the future of what we're doing now, I'm involved at the inception phase."
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