Top 10 Star Wars Urban Legends – Verified For Their Authenticity!
8. George Lucas Had The Whole Thing Mapped Out From The Beginning
This urban legend could be better clarified as Lucas having the premonition to comprehend that he was making a mythology that could stretch out to various entries. When Star Wars was released, the director trusted it would demonstrate sufficiently fruitful to warrant spin-offs and had a trilogy as a primary concern. However, that was about it.
The possibility of a prequel focusing on a youthful Ben Kenobi was specified in August 1977. Furthermore, a Lucas film fan club pamphlet the next year referenced a twelve-part story. In1979, Star Wars got to be known as Episode IV after Lucas settled on the possibility of Darth Vader being (spoiler!?!) Luke’s dad. This played a catalyst for the possibility of a trilogy.
There have been disagreements and counterclaims throughout the years. However, Lucas is on record as saying there would be no Episodes VII-IX “in light of the fact that there isn’t any story.” Lucas simply had a little backstory and a ton of ambition.
7. Mark Hamill Accidentally Says Carrie Rather Than Leia
Towards the end of the first Star Wars movie, Luke Skywalker rises up out of his starfighter to a euphoric welcome from the Rebel Alliance. He spots Princess Leia and calls Fisher by her real name and hollers out “Carrie” mistakenly.