George Lucas' Star Wars
is one of the highest-grossing and most influential movie franchises ever created. The first installment in the franchise, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
, has become a cult classic like none other and is rightfully considered a revolutionary movie in the sci-fi genre, as well as one that changed the way movies, are made and marketed.
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But while hardcore fans know every single detail about its creation, regular viewers probably aren't aware of just how much went on behind-the-scenes that could have made Star Wars
just another failed passion project.