Peter Mayhew, the actor behind (or inside of) Chewbacca the Wookie, recently revealed images on his Twitter from the creation of the original Star Wars trilogy, one of the greatest movie trilogies ever made.
Some of the images are fascinating because they reveal how movie magic was performed in a day when CGI effects were nowhere nearly as advanced as they are now. The Empire’s walkers were all miniature models, as was the Millenium Falcon. And the iconic scrolling text that opens each film was actually filmed off of a scrolling screen. [Read more...]
Yup, this is how it was done a long time ago, in…
The Kessel Run got much quicker once they got my feet in the cockpit! pic.twitter.com/K1rLEtmNCk
— Peter Mayhew (@TheWookieeRoars) January 8, 2014
If you cant tell, I really admire all the animators, puppeteers, painters and other unsung heroes that you never see. pic.twitter.com/wVEZOauHq8
— Peter Mayhew (@TheWookieeRoars) January 10, 2014
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