What if the ‘Biggest Hollywood Blockbuster’ Wasnt ‘Star Wars’ in the First Place?
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It may be the most expensive movie of all time, but there’s a chance that there may not even be a “Star Wars” in the first place.
That’s the premise behind a new documentary by film critic Peter Debruge, which aims to shed some light on the origins of the iconic franchise.
Debruge says that he was looking for an answer to a question that was posed to him by a fan when he first heard of the movie franchise, and that he got a few questions about it that he thought might be relevant to the story.
The first thing he noticed is that, while most people think “Star Trek” and “Star War” are the first films in the franchise, the original trilogy actually started out as the second film in the trilogy, “Attack of the Clones.”
In fact, there’s more than one film in this original trilogy that were released before “Attack,” including “Return of the Jedi” and the “Journey to the Center of the Earth.”
The second thing he realized is that “Star-Wars” and its sequels were actually the original “StarWars” films, and “Attack” was the second movie in the “StarWar” trilogy, as well as the first film in “StarTrek” (the series) and the first in “Trek.”
The final question that Debrug asked himself is, “Did the ‘StarWars’ movies actually have to exist to create a ‘Star Trek’ movie?”
It turns out that, at least as far as the original movies were concerned, they were the only ones that had to exist.
The film starts out by introducing a bunch of new characters and characters that are never seen again.
It even introduces the first “Star” who we never see again, a young woman named Yoda.
The original trilogy itself is very dark, and the characters who are introduced are dark, but it’s not until the third movie, “The Phantom Menace,” that we get to see Yoda, the first Dark Jedi.
And he doesn’t get to live long enough to become a Sith Lord, which, again, is a major spoiler for the rest of the series.
So what happens?
In the “Attack on Titan” movie, there are some new characters that have been introduced that are pretty dark, as we see in the final two “Starwars” films.
They’re mostly dark in the movies that follow them, and they’re introduced at the beginning of the first movie and then are gone by the end of the second.
The only other film that’s even mentioned is “Star Fleet Academy,” the first Star Wars movie, and it doesn’t really have any of the Dark Jedi, so we don’t see any of them.
The filmmakers decided that the characters would just be introduced in the third “Star wars” movie.
So in the fourth “Starwar,” “Attack and the subsequent movies,” and “The Force Awakens,” they introduce all these new characters.
In the sixth film, “Rogue One,” the story of the sixth movie, the new characters are introduced.
And the filmmakers decide that the new “Starvillains” would be “dark and brooding” in a lot of ways, and there would be some darkness in the story and some dark humor, but the characters that we see are all just cool and fun and different, and in a way that’s a tribute to the original films.
Debuge also decided that we’re supposed to be seeing a lot more of Yoda and his new friends, because they were introduced in a different way in “Attack.”
The fifth film, which was supposed to come out in 2001, didn’t even happen, so the movie is very much “Stargate,” with Yoda in an alternate universe, and everyone in the original film is new.
The filmmakers wanted to use a lot less of the original characters, because that was the most fun to tell, and I wanted to avoid the new ones, so I decided to not include them in “The Empire Strikes Back,” because they’re too “StarGate.”
And the sixth and seventh films, they do not introduce any new characters, and so they’re the first and only two films in this new trilogy.
So the answer to the question that I was getting at was, “Is there really a ‘Dark Knight’ or ‘Starlord’ or any of these characters that existed before ‘Attack,’ before the ‘Attack’ movies?
And if so, where did they come from?”
Debrug says that a lot is made of how many films the “Dark Knight” trilogy had to make before it was the “original” “Star Lord.”
And it’s true that the first three movies didn’t have a lot to do with each other, as the filmmakers have said that “The Dark Knight” and “‘Starlord” are all part of one movie.
It may be the most expensive movie of all time, but there’s a chance that there may not even be…