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Post Posted: October 24th 2014 6:26 am
 
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To be honest I don't think there will be two ships, for the same reasons posted above. It's just odd the whole Carousel thing - having two ships, one full size for main set shoots and one 3/4 size for location shooting makes sense, it's just the two extensions to the mandibles that make no sense when you're laying one outline over the other in the diagram above - surely you'd notice, or they serve a specific purpose for the 3/4 size ship - perhaps it's new functionality that we've yet to see on the Falcon that's specific to this scene.

I did read an interview that when they came to recreate the Falcon cockpit for EP VII they discovered that the cockpit from Star Wars was slightly smaller than the cockpit of ESB, so they built it in between both sizes.


This. They always had different size models and set pieces for the MF. This is not unusual.


Post Posted: October 24th 2014 7:47 am
 
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I would buy that, but why name it different in the concept and blue-prints? By now, it's one of the most recognizable ships in science-fiction....


Post Posted: October 24th 2014 8:55 am
 
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Perhaps because of their different uses during filming? Maybe one rotates on set?


Post Posted: October 25th 2014 5:39 am
 
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I would buy that, but why name it different in the concept and blue-prints? By now, it's one of the most recognizable ships in science-fiction....


Vader's helmet is pretty recognisable, but it's still got "Zorro Hat" in the file name.
People who make films love coming up with shit like this - it keeps them sane...


Post Posted: October 25th 2014 9:00 am
 
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That's it, i'm taking it to congress! There shall be a law forbidding deception in hollywood!

I WILL NOT HAVE MY FILM MAKERS BE SANE!


Post Posted: October 30th 2014 1:54 pm
 
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This reminds me of Phantom of the Opera.

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What if our Mysterious Phantom is hell bent on training Daisy's character because of her "gift," ala the famous musical? I'd dig that.


Post Posted: October 31st 2014 2:58 pm
 
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Hah - might have already been pointed out,

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I've only just noticed that this version of Montross has protocol droid parts...


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Hah - might have already been pointed out,

I've only just noticed that this version of Montross has protocol droid parts...


Maybe someone had human-cyborg relations?


Post Posted: November 1st 2014 6:37 am
 
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Hah. Quite.


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Sometime after the events of Episode VI, Luke started to have visions about his past and present. He was unsure of what it all meant. He started to look into his past and discovered some dark things - how his father was created by evil.

With his increasing power and uncertain of his own intentions Luke becomes a recluse on the Sith world of Moraband - where his father's conception took place. His visions worsen and he begins to see the return of 'Darth Vader' both masked and as a deformed man. Burning villages, laying waste to cities etc. He wrongly believes this could be his own future.

I believe this 'Darth Vader' will turn out to be Adam Driver's future instead. At the end of the movie Driver will suffer a horrendous injury and be ''saved' by Plagueis and become his apprentice. He will wear the Darth Vader suit from then on (there is no way Disney wouldn't have Darth Vader in a Star Wars film).

Before this happens, Han Solo will be killed (either by Luke or his own Son) but not before asking Luke to redeem his son like Luke did his father. Luke will then train Kira and with the help of Boyega's character and maybe Serkis/Gleeson, the 3 new central protagonists will seek to bring peace to the Galaxy.

It maybe possible that the backdrop to the story will be that the galaxy has been in a state of 'Cold War' for many years. The Empire will have been awaiting its chance to strike once again and VII opens at the beginning of that attack. I think the tone of the movie could very much be a mysterious cold war type thriller mixed with the classic Star Wars western space adventure.

Boyega could be a spy who discovers something grave about the Empire (and perhaps Plagueis' plan) and seeks to find Luke Skywalker. He first comes across Kira (ahem) and then they set off together to find Luke - the only person who can stop the Sith. The other villains could be the old Sith Inquisitors or just dark force user types who serve the Empire.

Just my two cents there... :spray:


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