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There isn't much profanity in a galaxy far, far away. Or, perhaps such words just weren't that common a long time ago? Or, alternatively, was this decision made to make Star Wars more family friendly? You be the judge!
At Star Wars Celebration, a new Nsfw clip from Star Wars: A New Hope (or just "Star Wars," as they used to call it) debuted, featuring an outtake from Angus MacInnes, who played "Gold Leader" during the Death Star run in the finale of the film. Watch the clip below.
That's a word I never thought I'd hear officially in relation to Star Wars (interviews with actors aside), even in an outtake!
Star Wars: A New Hope was released 40 years ago in 1977, at a time when there was much profanity, as there is today (duh). Even when watching a Disney released Marvel Studios blooper reel, you hear the occasional "bleep," but »
- Nick Doll
Another Star Wars Celebration is in the books, and even the fans who couldn't attend the Orlando convention got to see some of the biggest panels streamed live. Naturally, not every panel could be streamed live, one of which being the Star Wars 365: Fact and Fiction, which was hosted by Industrial Light and Magic visual effects supervisor John Knoll. The host took a deep dive into A New Hope history for the movie's 40th Anniversary, and even unearthed some rare never-before-seen footage from this iconic classic.
The Cinema Realm attended this panel and posted four new videos featuring brief clips from the first Star Wars movie, A New Hope. The first clip features a scene with the X-Wing Gold Leader, played by Angus MacInnes, who messed up a line during this take, which he responded to by saying, 'Ah f--k, I'm sorry," before starting over again. The rare and »
17 April 2017 7:43 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Even in a galaxy far, far away, there is bound to be some cussing.
"A f—. I'm sorry," MacInnes said in the footage posted on YouTube by The Cinema Realm.
Needless to say, the mistake got a big laugh from the Celebration crowd.
Other rare »
- Ryan Parker
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