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#1 Fettnation


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Posted 11 April 2012 - 09:30 AM

My first post here. I regularly read this forum but bever participate. I found this trailer when surfing YouTube vids the other night and it impressed me and I wanted to share it. Some stunning manipulated shots add Luke and other familiar characters! As a Star Wars fan I appreciate the work of the creator, couldn't have been an easy task! Cheers.

#2 Wheeljack35


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Posted 11 April 2012 - 09:44 AM

A thousand years later? How is Luke still alive and young?

#3 Devilbat


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Posted 12 April 2012 - 10:12 PM

Who cares? (lol) That's awesome!!

Just kidding Wheeljack. I guess theoretically Luke could have learned to extend his lifespan like Palpatine did but through the light side of the Force perhaps, without the unpleasant side effects. That's a cool concept to me. He'd almost be like a intergalactic Highlander, except of course he wouldn't be immortal...or would he? Hmm...

Really though, I don't know that the person that made this is implying that it's a thousand years after ROTJ, or did I just miss something?

I'm confused about something though; does the trailer imply that someone else takes on the mantle of Darth Vader? I like his mask being covered with a Jedi robe like that. And I like that Palpatine's still around inexplicably, and that Boba Fett is also still kicking and posing a threat.

I see alot of flaws in the guy's imagry, but at times it's epic and could almost pass for a great new story. I just wish Lucas would do something like this, or at least allow another director to take a stab at it.

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Posted 13 April 2012 - 02:45 AM

I would've sworn it said 'a thousand years later' somewhere in the trailer; it does say '100 years after the Battle of Yavin' in the description though. The rotoscoping(?) looks pretty good in the 'uncovering R2' scene, but, it loses me with the later 2 tone/glitchy edges shots. I thought the shots of the vertical Falcon & Sith artifact were interesting.

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Posted 17 April 2012 - 04:05 PM

What's Ra's Al Ghul doing in this?

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