Anakin Skywalker was just a kid that got a big, fat scar on his face. It was a serious injury, and the scar didn’t just happen.
Lucas was a kid that got a big, fat scar on his face, and the scar didnt just happen.
Anakin Skywalker was a kid that got a big, fat scar on his face. Lucas was a kid that got a big, fat scar on his face, and the scar didnt just happen.
The Star Wars series has always been a pretty complicated franchise, with a lot of great characters, awesome movies, and some really memorable moments. But sometimes these little details don’t add up and the movies don’t end up having the same level of success. Lucasfilm’s first attempt at a sequel to A New Hope was a massive flop because they tried to make it in 3-D.
When the original Star Wars trilogy ended, Lucasfilm decided that they didnt really need to make another trilogy, because they already had a pretty good one. The original trilogy was a sequel to the prequels, and it ended with the first movie. After that, they decided to make a trilogy to tie the prequels and the original trilogy together. And they did. Their first trilogy was a prequel to the original trilogy, and it ended with the first movie.
Star Wars was originally going to be a trilogy because that was the plan all along. It was the first trilogy, the prequels and the original trilogy. That was the plan. But the plan change when they discovered that they were going to make it in 3-D. So Star Wars has, since the beginning, been a series of prequels and a trilogy. At first it was only going to be a trilogy, with the prequels.
But that plan changed. They decided it would be 3-D and they wanted it to be more exciting. So it turns out that, in the prequels, they got the first shot of the 3-D effect, but it wasn’t actually 3-D. They actually just had a camera that was slightly tilted. They had to remove that, and the effect was slightly less exciting.
So I was just asking around and they told me that they were going to do 3-D, but they were also going to have a 3-D camera. So the 3-D camera was going to be a slightly tilted camera, and that was going to be a way they could get a whole bunch of new stunts.
So, the camera was removed and now they have an angled camera. And then it turns out that the 3-D camera is actually just a camera that was tilted a bit, but it turns out that the angle was a bit off (from the perspective of the camera). So this is how they got the 3-D effect, but it wasnt actually 3-D. They actually just had a camera that was tilted a bit.
So now that we know that the 3-D effect is a bit off, we can’t really even tell if it’s 3-D. So how in the world did Anakin Skywalker’s scar get his 3-D-enhanced face? Who knows, but we can take a cue from his friend Padme and use his scar to get his face in 3-D.