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It’s already conventional wisdom with the movie fans and “Star Wars” crowd that the “Star Wars” prequels are quite terrible. It’s also become even more ingrained in society thanks to Red Letter Media’s severe takedown of the prequels, expertly proving the theory that George Lucas cared more about new technology and green screens than he did the actual film. Now, Terence Stamp delivers the final blow. According to CinemaBlend, Stamp, who played Chancellor Valorum in “Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace” had not-so-nice things to say about Lucas’ filming process. In his interview with Empire Magazine, Stamp told the magazine that he originally signed on to work with  [ Read More ]

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