True star Wars fans are most likely familiar with artist ralph Mcquarries concept art drawn for the original movie in 17977. while much of the aesthetic that went on to become iconic pieces of popular culture was translated directly from Mcquarries sketches to the ultimate cut of George lucas space epic there are a number of designs that didnt make the leap onto the big screen.
Well now viewers can get a taste of what Mcquarrie designs might have looked like bad they made it into the final cut. About a year ago students at the Dave school of digital animation and visual effects in orlando florida put together a short concept thailer showcasing Mcquarrie sketches. If you are ever wanted to see a sleeker c-3PO an armed R2-D2 or a stormtrooper wielding a lightsaber then this new trailer is for you. Of particular note is everyone favorite wookiee, chewbacca who is much more menacing in MCquarries sketches also of interest is luke headgear and pink robe.
Parents need to know that Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi is part of the billion-dollar Star Wars saga, continuing the segment of the story that began in The Force Awakens. It takes place right after the events of that movie and is just as violent, with several battles, explosions, space chases, and close-up duels. There’s one rather explicit death (though it’s not bloody), and several people die in battle, in some cases sacrificing themselves for their mission. A few times it seems like characters are near death, but they recover. Romance-wise, expect to see one quick, chaste kiss, and some slightly uncomfortable tension between two other characters.
Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren appears shirtless in one scene for no apparent reason other than to fluster a female character, and there’s an odd shot of a character milking a lactating creature and then drinking the milk. Characters also drink cocktails in a luxury casino. Language is tame, with a few uses of words including “damn,” “what the hell,” “shut up and the like. Directed by Rian Johnson, the movie boasts several strong female characters, including both Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Leia (Carrie Fisher, in her final Star Wars performance), as well as diversity within the Resistance and strong messages of courage, teamwork, hope, and loyalty.
Star Wars Would Look Like Based On Original Concept Art A Sleeker C-3PQ And More Appear In A Student,