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(Mental Floss) Video Come for Boba Fett hunting an Ewok, stay for Natalie falling off a giant blue burrito   (mentalfloss.com) divider line 21
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2013-02-07 03:00:52 PM
My biggest takeaway from those was how much more of the prequels was done on blue screens.  You saw all of the IV-VI bloobers taking place with props and sets that looked kinda real, with only the occasional fake stand-in (like the big rancor cut-out).  On the other hand, most of the prequel bloopers were just in front of the same dull blue screen.

/not that I didn't already know this from redlettermedia, but it still illustrated the point really well.
 
2013-02-07 05:35:28 PM
I only watched the first one for now, but people seem to be confused about what a "blooper" actually is, much like a "reboot".

Some of that stuff is just standard behind the scenes stuff, nothing blooper-y about it.
 
2013-02-07 05:56:02 PM
The credits after each clip was annoying.
 
2013-02-07 08:34:32 PM
Lots of credits.
 
2013-02-07 09:32:02 PM
The outtake of Luke's lightsaber training shows how they hoped a reflective lightsaber prop would be a complete special effect. You hear the motor that spins the blade so the reflective material will flare in the light. It kinda almost works but you can see why they decided it needed an animated glow. Similar material and lighting was used to make the Kryptonian suits glow in Superman.
 
2013-02-07 10:31:38 PM

Nem Wan: The outtake of Luke's lightsaber training shows how they hoped a reflective lightsaber prop would be a complete special effect. You hear the motor that spins the blade so the reflective material will flare in the light. It kinda almost works but you can see why they decided it needed an animated glow. Similar material and lighting was used to make the Kryptonian suits glow in Superman.


I was wondering why I could see the lightsaber in a "blooper" reel.  Very interesting
 
2013-02-07 11:12:09 PM
I'll admit, I cracked up at Han shooting at Vader, freezing still, and someone wandering over to take the blaster out of his hand and place a new one in his grip.  Like a giant GI Joe.
 
2013-02-07 11:32:55 PM
I thought the outtakes with CGI characters from episode 1 were WEAK. I've seen it before with fully animated films, like Shrek, Monsters Inc. etc...just never with live action mix. Really comes off dumb, Who were they targeting with those "goofs"?
 
2013-02-07 11:36:59 PM
bloopers? burt reynolds smacks subby
 
2013-02-07 11:51:12 PM

HMS_Blinkin: /not that I didn't already know this from redlettermedia


I desperately wish that they would put out new Plinkett reviews more quickly. It seems like they only do one every few months at best.
 
2013-02-08 12:03:30 AM
Hey, Natalie can fall off MY giant blue bur- wait, that isn't sexy.
 
2013-02-08 12:04:53 AM
Seeing R2 fall, I was like, awww
Seeing Hayden fall, I was like, awwwesome
 
2013-02-08 01:10:23 AM
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"This protocol droid might be useful.  Fit him with a Lucas bolt."

Someone should've done that to George before he did the prequels.
 
2013-02-08 02:43:41 AM
Boba Fett with the umbrella and then falling of the edge of the set were hilarious.
 
2013-02-08 03:54:57 AM

phoenixdan: I thought the outtakes with CGI characters from episode 1 were WEAK. I've seen it before with fully animated films, like Shrek, Monsters Inc. etc...just never with live action mix. Really comes off dumb, Who were they targeting with those "goofs"?


there was a PERSON there when it was filmed
 
2013-02-08 05:58:08 AM
"More tongue action!"
 
2013-02-08 08:11:50 AM

Popcorn Johnny: Boba Fett with the umbrella and then falling of the edge of the set were hilarious.


that was Jango Fett.

/nerd
 
2013-02-08 08:46:53 AM

Natalie Portman is hot.

Even before the uber boobage of late.



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media.screened.com

[REDACTED picture from "The Proffesional]

Relatively NSFW

[I'd show "pictures of her in her bra and such from "No Strings Attached" yet Ashton Kutcher is in them... so screw that]

www.daveandthomas.net

NSFWish
 
2013-02-08 11:48:36 PM
What was the deal with Fett & the Ewok?  Technically he was dead by then.  Some sort of clip that would have taken place before Hutt's demise?
 
2013-02-09 12:14:34 AM

Tsar_Bomba1: What was the deal with Fett & the Ewok?  Technically he was dead by then.  Some sort of clip that would have taken place before Hutt's demise?


I'm thinking that's a deliberately funny clip made because they knew there'd be a blooper reel- good chance it's a crew member in the Fett costume. Fett, after all, died before the idea of Ewoks had even been brought up, and neither were on Death Star II, so the clip is quite ludicrous even by Star Wars standards.
 
2013-02-10 04:04:56 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: Natalie Portman is hot.Even before the uber boobage of late.

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[REDACTED picture from "The Proffesional]

Relatively NSFW

[I'd show "pictures of her in her bra and such from "No Strings Attached" yet Ashton Kutcher is in them... so screw that]

[www.daveandthomas.net image 550x396]

NSFWish


Dammit. off to the bunk.
 
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