Although it does provide some details important to another prequel film, and it has a great lightsaber duel. It was all a gray mess, and the robots were just a blur. Other teases we've gotten about each of the characters, combined with light speculation: Daisy Ridley's Rey, in a new outfit for Episode 9 Star Wars Rey: After turning down Kylo Ren's offer to let both the First Order and the Resistance perish and instead conquer the galaxy together, Rey is last seen on the Millennium Falcon with the sacred Jedi texts taken from Ach-To.
The visual effects crew did not like the original results and crafted Fode and Beed as an entirely computer generated alien.
Whitlatch also designed detailed skeletons for the major characters and facial muscles on Jar Jar Binks as a reference for ILM's animators. The preference of hand-to-hand combat was intended to give a spiritual and intellectual role to the Jedi.
This was written with the GRASS programming languageexported to a Vector General monitor and filmed on 35 mm to be rear-projected on the set. JarJar isn't really that bad, let's face it he's there to keep kids happy and that's OK isn't it?
Leavesden was leased for a two and a half year period so the production company could leave the sets intact and return after principal photography had been completed.
The name "Qui-Gon" adapts the term qigongwhich refers to a Chinese discipline involving meditation and cultivation of the flow of the vital energy called " Chi" or "Qi" for healing, health, and combat. These elements derive primarily from Eastern and Iranian religions and myths. Because Lucas had developed most of the backstory, the idea of prequels continued to fascinate him.
Keri Russell's character, the Rougish Zorri Bliss, could have a less clear allegiance as she appears to have a costume similar to bounty hunters like Boba Fett. Before the film's production started, fans campaigned on the Internet to retain Baker as R2-D2; Lucas replied that the actor would reprise the role.
Dominic West plays the role of a Naboo guard.