How to Make a Star Wars Film: How to Keep the Force Out
It’s a familiar refrain: “It’s the only way to make a movie.”
Star Wars: Episode VII opens November 17, 2015.
The film’s opening sequence features a character, Han Solo, flying a Millennium Falcon in the distance.
The Falcon has a massive blaster cannon, and Luke Skywalker, the character who would eventually become Han Solo and play a major role in the first film, lands on the Falcon’s wing.
The scene ends with Han Solo riding his Falcon, flying it into space and taking off again.
“You see this enormous spaceship with these huge, massive, red lights,” Harrison Ford said.
“And then it’s like, ‘What’s going on?’
And it’s just like, Han, there’s a spaceship!”
Ford, who played the Falcon, has been asked if he remembers seeing a spaceship in the original Star Wars films.
“No,” he said.
Ford, whose character Chewbacca first appeared in 1977’s The Empire Strikes Back, said he wasn’t sure if he saw a spaceship.
“It was just an idea I had for a little bit of fun,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.
“But I didn’t really know how it would actually look and how it’d look, so I just sort of tossed it out there and let it happen.”
In Star Wars, Luke Skywalker is the son of the late Han Solo.
His father died when he was still a child.
After Solo’s death, Luke was raised by his grandmother, Leia Organa, and her three children, including Han Solo’s son Luke.
Han Solo was the last of the Solo family to return to the Jedi Order after the events of Return of the Jedi.
Han was a former Imperial Officer, who became a bounty hunter when he returned to the galaxy from exile.
His nephew, Luke, became a stormtrooper and was one of the last to be killed by Darth Vader in The Empire Begins.
After Darth Vader defeated the Rebellion, he retired from the military, where he remained under the protection of the Empire for over two decades.
But Solo had a vision of a world without the Empire.
“The only way the Force could be removed from the galaxy, and it’s really been, was through the Skywalker family,” Ford said in an interview with THR in December.
It’s not a very appealing way to go about things.” “
So that’s why the Force was never going to go away.
It’s not a very appealing way to go about things.”
But the idea of an original trilogy that left the Skywalker and Solo families out of the picture did not sit well with fans.
They believed that, if the film ended with the death of their father, it could be taken as a sign that the galaxy was about to end, that the future was dark and chaotic.
And while Ford and his brother, Adam, were reluctant to say whether the Skywalker siblings were involved in the making of the film, the idea that they could not be involved was a recurring theme.
“I’m sure that there were many fans who thought, ‘No, the Skywalker brothers would not be allowed to do it,’ ” Ford told THR.
“There were many, many people who said, ‘Why would Adam and Harrison have to be involved?
They wanted to see his last days. “
In the weeks before the premiere of Star Wars Episode VII, fans were clamoring for a new Han Solo film.
They wanted to see his last days.
Ford and Adam are both members of the Star Wars Legacy Project, which aims to honor the legacy of the original trilogy.
In March, Ford and the rest of the Skywalker Family attended the premiere for the film at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
At the time, they had not yet finished shooting Episode VII.
“Some of the things we heard about the fans. “
We couldn’t believe it,” Ford told the publication.
“Some of the things we heard about the fans.
We were shocked.
We had to put the film together, and we had no idea how it was going to turn out.
And then we had to see the reaction to it.”
Ford, along with his wife, Kathleen Kennedy, were both in attendance.
He also said that he was surprised at how quickly the response had been.
“This was something we thought would happen very quickly, and there’s been some incredible response, especially from fans,” Ford wrote in an email to THR.
The response has been so positive, in fact, that Ford has since shared his experience in a tweet.
“People were asking what I was thinking, so here it is,” Ford tweeted.
“Not many people knew about this.
The last two days it’s all been blown out of proportion.
I’m really happy with the response.”