(2) Звездные Войны и Дарт Вейдер в Московской консерватории. Dad Shares The Names His 1.5 Y.O. Daughter Calls Star Wars Characters, Mark Hamill Loves It. Star Wars has one of the biggest audiences of any franchise and there are hundreds, if not thousands, of diehard fans.
Some people are such big fans that they want to make sure that knowledge of the masterpiece gets passed down through the generations. One father on Twitter recently shared his excitement over his own offspring’s interest in the Star Wars series, despite the child being only 20 months old. Brian Altano tweeted out a humorous image with a caption that said: “My 20-month-old daughter is really into Star Wars children’s books and toys right now (which is awesome!) The Making of Star Wars - 1977 Documentary. Can Star Wars finally shake off the shadow of the original trilogy? Is it time for Star Wars superfans to bid a fond farewell to 1977 and all that?
Increasingly there are signs that the sun(s) might be setting on George Lucas’s original trilogy, a full four decades after we first watched a teenage Jedi wannabe take on the might of the evil Empire. Once the forthcoming Episode IX is done and dusted, we are promised a new trilogy of films, to be directed by Rian Johnson, set in a corner of the galaxy far, far away from Luke Skywalker and his feted clan. At the same time, Lucasfilm’s plans for a series of spin-offs centred on characters from the 1977-83 era are disintegrating faster than Alderaan in the blazing lasers of the first Death Star. Not so long ago it seemed as if the Disney-owned studio was dead set on continuing to milk the original trilogy. But there have been few rumblings about those mooted Yoda and Obi-Wan origin movies since Solo: A Star Wars Story bombed. ... we have a small favour to ask.
And now for the good news. Anthony Daniels in his C-3P0 suit, trying to get some shade, on the set of Star Wars, 1970s : OldSchoolCool. 'Star Wars': Oscar Isaac's Latin heritage influenced Poe Dameron. Thandie Newton: ‘Being the first dark-skinned woman in Star Wars is great... and awful' Thandie Newton is, by her own admission, “having quite a good run at the moment”.
Over the past 18 months, she has earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Maeve Millay, a robot madam in the HBO series Westworld, and a TV Bafta nomination for playing DCI Roz Huntley in the BBC One drama Line of Duty. On Thursday, she will be inducted into one of the biggest film franchises of them all, with the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, in which she plays Val. She’ll probably get her own figurine. Not bad for a woman who admits that she wasn’t really into sci-fi and westerns, or even that keen on doing television. “I just didn’t see television as being reflective of stories I was interested in,” she says.
Her desire to be home more is a major motivation, albeit one she is still struggling to fulfil. She has previously described her time in the police drama as “a career highlight”, but today seems unsure. “I was distraught at some of her betrayals,” admits Newton. My favorite scene from The Last Jedi. John Boyega reaction to Force Awakens Trailer (side by side) Star Wars composer has made a very surprising confession about the films he helped make famous. He penned the scores for the Star Wars films but music composer John Williams has revealed he has never watched any of the blockbusters.
The Oscar winner, who has won plaudits for his compositions for iconic themes such as The Imperial March, Rebel Fanfare and Overture, reckons his tunes are “not very memorable.” John said: “I let it go. I have not looked at the Star Wars films and that’s absolutely true. "When I’m finished with a film, I’ve been living with it, we’ve been dubbing it, recording to it, and so on. You walk out of the studio and, “Ah, it’s finished.” “Now I don’t have an impulse to go to the theater and look at it. “I’m not particularly proud of that, I have to say, but it’s also part of the fact that I finished Star Wars now and I’m already working on Spielberg’s new film and I don’t want to listen to music or see films.” Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill at the 1977 STAR WARS premiere : OldSchoolCool.
This may be the force you are looking for. As Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens in theatres and its heroine Rey seeks to learn the ways of the Force from an aged and isolated Luke Skywalker, it raises some obvious and ongoing questions: Is there anything in science — particularly in quantum physics — that resembles the Force?
Can objects be manipulated instantaneously from a distance? Answers, modern physics might have. These aren’t the forces that you are looking for. Princess Leia at the beach in 1983. Translated Into Navajo, 'Star Wars' Will Be. Characters like Darth Vader make syncing a movie somewhat easier, because they deliver their lines behind a mask.
TGPRN Art Institute of California, OC/PR Newswire hide caption toggle caption TGPRN Art Institute of California, OC/PR Newswire Characters like Darth Vader make syncing a movie somewhat easier, because they deliver their lines behind a mask. Ned Kelly StormTroopers. The real BB8. What does Star Wars – The Force Awakens Tell us about Ourselves? NOTE: I Tried Hard Not to do it, but Potential Meta-Spoilers Contained Within!!
As I start writing this, I want to tell readers of this blog that I grew up on Star Wars. It seems hard to believe, but for a boy in the ’60s and ’70s, even watching Star Wars‘ sci-fi predecessor, Star Trek, we were blown away by the clumsy-in-retrospect special effects, leading us to dream about life aboard a starship. 2001 — A Space Odyssey, with its peaceful depictions of deep space travel, was out in 1968, but out of reach to a six-year-old boy with modestly conservative, alienated parents. And VHS technology hadn’t come along yet, so there was no way to play back most movies once they had left the big screen. We had the space program — astronauts were headed to the moon! The politics of a Galaxy Far, Far Away… – Future of the Force.
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Star Wars is wildly entertaining with its iconic characters, beautiful landscapes, and epic space battles. Star Wars: Episode III, redubbed using the English subtitles from a pirated Chinese edition / Boing Boing. This is apparently a Chinese pirated edition of Star Wars: Episode III, but dubbed using the English subtitles offered on that disc.
It's amazing, not least because the voice actors are so good I thought for a moment it might have been a TV segment with Ewan, Hayden, Samuel and co. [via] OBI WAN The front is a lemon avenue flying straightly More: Here's clips from Episode II: Star Wars, In One Chart. The Galactic Civil War — recently retold in the military history called Star Wars — pitted the Imperial Navy, one of the most sophisticated fighting forces in history, against the ragtag Rebel Alliance.
The rebels resoundingly defeated the advances of the better-supplied fleet in a stunning six-year guerrilla war. How did this happen? A FiveThirtyEight analysis of the expeditionary force that saw the bulk of the fighting in the main theater of the rebellion — that is, from Scarif to Yavin to Hoth and finally Endor — found that the consolidation of Imperial forces in immense capital ships and battlestations led to catastrophic losses. With apologies to Charles Joseph Minard and his visualization of Napoleon’s invasion of Russia, here is why you never invade Hoth in winter: Kylo Ren Might Wear Darth Vader's Old Cape in 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Kylo Ren is so obsessed with Darth Vader he may even start creepily wearing his dead grandfather’s actual clothes.
Specifically: Kylo’s getting a Sith cape, and it just might be legit vintage. A new rumor from Making Star Wars suggests Kylo Ren’s costume will be a little different for Star Wars: Episode VIII and that his new cape “is said to be like the one Darth Vader wears in The Empire Strikes Back / Return of the Jedi.” This report is by no means official or confirmed, but it does make sense that as Kylo Ren continues to put his Ben Solo identity more and more in the rear-view mirror, he’d continue to ape the aesthetics of the grandfather he never knew: Darth Vader. And the most fucked up part is, he might not just be getting a cape like Vader’s, it might be Vader’s cape.
I am FABulous. C-3PO is Star Wars' real hero (VIDEO). Courtesy of Gianni Fiorito/Twentieth Century Fox Film I had two jobs my senior year in high school—a music-related job and a film-related job. All these years later, both are on my mind, since I have been spending time in Los Angeles helping to promote Paolo Sorrentino’s new film Youth, for which I wrote the music. Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Cast Sing "Star Wars" Medley (A Cappella)
12 future Star Wars plots set up by The Force Awakens. The wait is finally over! “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is here! After months of speculation, rumors, and leaks, fans can finally head to their local theaters and find out the truth. Whether your personal theories were confirmed as canon or shattered like the planet of Alderaan, at least now we all know. Except for all the things we don’t. The Mythology of 'Star Wars' with George Lucas. The struggle between heroes and villains and the influence of a higher force are the essence of mythology and resonate within all cultures, providing storytellers with a natural framework for spinning tales.
George Lucas discusses his efforts to tell old myths in new ways, the role of faith in his own life, and the influence of his mentor, Joseph Campbell. Using extensive film clips from the Star Wars saga, the discussion explores how the continuing battle between the forces of light and darkness is best waged when we believe in a force greater than ourselves.
BILL MOYERS: Nestled into a rolling hillside north of San Francisco, Skywalker Ranch is the command center of George Lucas’ filmmaking empire. I first came here to interview Joseph Campbell, a friend and mentor to George Lucas. Twelve years later I came back, this time to interview the protégé. A ‘Star Wars’ Refresher. Holding the secret plans to the Galactic Empire’s Death Star, the Rebel Alliance’s Princess Leia is captured by the evil Emperor’s ultimate enforcer, Darth Vader. But she hides the blueprints in a droid, R2-D2, and sends it to the Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi on the desert planet of Tatooine. There, young Luke Skywalker comes across Obi-Wan while searching for R2-D2, which is now his foster uncle’s property. Learning that his father was also a Jedi – warriors who, powered by the Force, fought for peace and justice in the Old Republic – Luke joins up with Obi-Wan.
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