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List of Star Wars: Lucas favored casting young actors who lacked long experience. To play Luke then known as Luke Starkiller , Lucas sought actors who could project intelligence and integrity. While reading for the character, Hamill found the dialogue to be extremely odd because of its universe-embedded concepts. He chose to simply read it sincerely, and he was selected instead of William Katt , who was subsequently cast in the Brian De Palma -directed Carrie Lucas shared a joint casting session with De Palma, a longtime friend.

Lucas initially rejected casting Ford for the role, as he "wanted new faces"; Ford had previously worked with the director on American Graffiti.

Instead, Lucas asked the actor to assist in the auditions by reading lines with the other actors and explaining the concepts and history behind the scenes that they were reading. Foster, for one, turned down the role because she was already under contract with Disney and working on two films at the time.

Lucas originally had Cushing in mind for the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but Lucas believed that "his lean features" would be better employed in the role of Grand Moff Tarkin instead.

Lucas commended Cushing's performance, saying "[He] is a very good actor. Adored and idolized by young people and by people who go to see a certain kind of movie. I feel he will be fondly remembered for the next years at least. It sounds like something that flew out of a cupboard. Lucas's decision to cast "unknowns" was not taken favorably by his friend Francis Ford Coppola and the studio.

Lucas needed an established actor to play the important Obi-Wan Kenobi character. Producer Gary Kurtz said, "The Alec Guinness role required a certain stability and gravitas as a character At the time, sci-fi movies still looked quite cheap as the effects were not advanced and he had a lot of samurai pride. He agreed to take the part of Kenobi on the condition that he would not have to do any publicity to promote the film. He was always prepared, always professional, always very kind to the other actors.

He had a very clear head about how to serve the story. Anthony Daniels as C-3PO: Daniels auditioned for and was cast as C-3PO; he has said that he wanted the role after he saw a Ralph McQuarrie drawing of the character and was struck by the vulnerability in the robot's face.

Thirty well-established voice actors read for the voice of the droid. According to Daniels, one of the major voice actors, believed by some sources to be Stan Freberg , recommended Daniels's voice for the role.

He said, "He saw me come in and said 'He'll do' because I was the smallest guy they'd seen up until then. Mayhew learned of a casting call for Star Wars, which was filming in London, and decided to audition. Door opened, and George walked in with Gary behind him. So, naturally, what did I do? I'm raised in England. Soon as someone comes in through the door, I stand up. George goes 'Hmm [looked up]. Chewbacca or Darth Vader.

He chose the former because he wanted to play a hero; British actor David Prowse took the other. Lucas originally intended for Orson Welles to voice Vader after dismissing using Prowse's own voice due to his English West Country accent, leading to the rest of the cast nicknaming him "Darth Farmer".

Richard LeParmentier plays an admiral, named Conan Antonio Motti, who dares mock Darth Vader's faith in the force and his failure to locate the rebel base and the stolen Death Star plans, and is nearly force choked to death by Vader, only saved by Tarkin intervening and ordering Vader to release him.

Michael Leader plays a minor role as a Stormtrooper known for accidentally hitting his helmet against a door. He was unsuccessful in pitching his idea to several major Hollywood studios because it was "a little strange". Eventually, Lucas presented the treatment to 20th Century Fox , and the film was approved. One of the claims is that he intended to make the film a space western. Lucas has said that it was early as —after he completed directing his first full-length feature, THX —that he first had an idea for a space fantasy film, [26] though he has also claimed to have had the idea long before then.

He felt that the bleak tone of the film led to it being poorly received, and therefore chose to make Star Wars more optimistic. This is what led to the fun and adventurous tone of the space opera. Of course I realize now how crude and badly done they were He pushed towards buying the Flash Gordon rights.

So I began researching and went right back and found where Alex Raymond who had done the original Flash Gordon comic strips in newspapers had got his idea from. I discovered that he'd got his inspiration from the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs author of Tarzan and especially from his John Carter of Mars series books.

I read through that series, then found that what had sparked Burroughs off was a science-fantasy called Gulliver on Mars , written by Edwin Arnold and published in That was the first story in this genre that I have been able to trace. Jules Verne had got pretty close, I suppose, but he never had a hero battling against space creatures or having adventures on another planet. A whole new genre developed from that idea.

And he says, 'Well, I'll just invent my own. Lucas would discard many of these by the time the final script was written, but he included several names and places in the final script or its sequels.

He revived others decades later when he wrote his prequel trilogy. He used these initial names and ideas to compile a two-page synopsis titled Journal of the Whills, which told the tale of the training of apprentice CJ Thorpe as a "Jedi-Bendu" space commando by the legendary Mace Windu. They think I do weirdo films. We had westerns, pirate movies, all kinds of great things.

Where are the romance, the adventure, and the fun that used to be in practically every movie made? Lucas and Kurtz, in pitching the film, said that it would be "low-budget, Roger Corman style, and the budget was never going to be more than—well, originally we had proposed about 8 million, it ended up being about Both of those figures are very low budget by Hollywood standards at the time.

Although Ladd did not grasp the technical side of the project, he believed that Lucas was talented. Lucas later stated that Ladd "invested in me, he did not invest in the movie. All the books and films and comics that I liked when I was a child. The plot is simple—good against evil—and the film is designed to be all the fun things and fantasy things I remember. The word for this movie is fun.

It's always been what you might call a good idea in search of a story. He changed Starkiller to an adolescent boy, and he shifted the general into a supporting role as a member of a family of dwarfs. He based Chewbacca on his Alaskan Malamute dog, Indiana whom he would later use as namesake for his character Indiana Jones , who often acted as the director's "co-pilot" by sitting in the passenger seat of his car.

The script would also introduce the concept of a Jedi Master father and his son, who trains to be a Jedi under his father's friend; this would ultimately form the basis for the film and, later, the trilogy.

However, in this draft, the father is a hero who is still alive at the start of the film. Annikin became Luke's father, a wise Jedi knight. For example, Luke had several brothers, as well as his father, who appears in a minor role at the end of the film. The script became more of a fairy tale quest as opposed to the action-adventure of the previous versions. This version ended with another text crawl, previewing the next story in the series.

This draft was also the first to introduce the concept of a Jedi turning to the dark side: Impressed with his works, Lucas hired conceptual artist Ralph McQuarrie to create paintings of certain scenes around this time. When Lucas delivered his screenplay to the studio, he included several of McQuarrie's paintings. From the Adventures of Luke Starkiller. This third draft had most of the elements of the final plot, with only some differences in the characters and settings.

The draft characterized Luke as an only child, with his father already dead, replacing him with a substitute named Ben Kenobi. Lucas worked with his friends Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck to revise the fourth draft into the final pre-production script.

For Lucas, this deal protected Star Wars's unwritten segments and most of the merchandising profits. He said, "What finally emerged through the many drafts of the script has obviously been influenced by science-fiction and action-adventure I've read and seen. And I've seen a lot of it. I'm trying to make a classic sort of genre picture, a classic space fantasy in which all the influences are working together.

There are certain traditional aspects of the genre I wanted to keep and help perpetuate in Star Wars. It's like a poem. It goes on forever.

Let me sit down and write this for you. A Space Odyssey , to conceptualize the initial spacecraft models; Alex Tavoularis to create the preliminary conceptual storyboard sketches of early scripts; and Ralph McQuarrie to visualize the characters, costumes, props and scenery.

After McQuarrie's drawings for Lucas's colleagues Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins who were collaborating for a film caught his interest, Lucas met with McQuarrie to discuss his plans for the then-untitled space fantasy film he wanted to make. Two years later, after completing American Graffiti, Lucas approached McQuarrie and asked him if he would be interested "in doing something for Star Wars.

He commissioned production designers John Barry and Roger Christian , who were working on the sets of the film Lucky Lady when Lucas first approached them, to work on the production sets.

Christian recounted in And we spoke and he looked at the set and couldn't believe it wasn't real. Christian said that Lucas "didn't want anything [in Star Wars] to stand out, he wanted it [to look] all real and used. And I said, 'Finally somebody's doing it the right way.

Barry said that the director "wants to make it look like it's shot on location on your average everyday Death Star or Mos Eisley Spaceport or local cantina. George was going right against that. Although Lucas initially provided funds using his earnings from American Graffiti, it was inadequate.

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List of Star Wars: Lucas favored casting young actors who lacked long experience. To play Luke then known as Luke Starkiller , Lucas sought actors who could project intelligence and integrity. While reading for the character, Hamill found the dialogue to be extremely odd because of its universe-embedded concepts. He chose to simply read it sincerely, and he was selected instead of William Katt , who was subsequently cast in the Brian De Palma -directed Carrie Lucas shared a joint casting session with De Palma, a longtime friend.

Lucas initially rejected casting Ford for the role, as he "wanted new faces"; Ford had previously worked with the director on American Graffiti. Instead, Lucas asked the actor to assist in the auditions by reading lines with the other actors and explaining the concepts and history behind the scenes that they were reading. Foster, for one, turned down the role because she was already under contract with Disney and working on two films at the time. Lucas originally had Cushing in mind for the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but Lucas believed that "his lean features" would be better employed in the role of Grand Moff Tarkin instead.

Lucas commended Cushing's performance, saying "[He] is a very good actor. Adored and idolized by young people and by people who go to see a certain kind of movie. I feel he will be fondly remembered for the next years at least.

It sounds like something that flew out of a cupboard. Lucas's decision to cast "unknowns" was not taken favorably by his friend Francis Ford Coppola and the studio.

Lucas needed an established actor to play the important Obi-Wan Kenobi character. Producer Gary Kurtz said, "The Alec Guinness role required a certain stability and gravitas as a character At the time, sci-fi movies still looked quite cheap as the effects were not advanced and he had a lot of samurai pride. He agreed to take the part of Kenobi on the condition that he would not have to do any publicity to promote the film.

He was always prepared, always professional, always very kind to the other actors. He had a very clear head about how to serve the story. Anthony Daniels as C-3PO: Daniels auditioned for and was cast as C-3PO; he has said that he wanted the role after he saw a Ralph McQuarrie drawing of the character and was struck by the vulnerability in the robot's face.

Thirty well-established voice actors read for the voice of the droid. According to Daniels, one of the major voice actors, believed by some sources to be Stan Freberg , recommended Daniels's voice for the role. He said, "He saw me come in and said 'He'll do' because I was the smallest guy they'd seen up until then.

Mayhew learned of a casting call for Star Wars, which was filming in London, and decided to audition. Door opened, and George walked in with Gary behind him. So, naturally, what did I do? I'm raised in England. Soon as someone comes in through the door, I stand up. George goes 'Hmm [looked up]. Chewbacca or Darth Vader. He chose the former because he wanted to play a hero; British actor David Prowse took the other.

Lucas originally intended for Orson Welles to voice Vader after dismissing using Prowse's own voice due to his English West Country accent, leading to the rest of the cast nicknaming him "Darth Farmer". Richard LeParmentier plays an admiral, named Conan Antonio Motti, who dares mock Darth Vader's faith in the force and his failure to locate the rebel base and the stolen Death Star plans, and is nearly force choked to death by Vader, only saved by Tarkin intervening and ordering Vader to release him.

Michael Leader plays a minor role as a Stormtrooper known for accidentally hitting his helmet against a door. He was unsuccessful in pitching his idea to several major Hollywood studios because it was "a little strange". Eventually, Lucas presented the treatment to 20th Century Fox , and the film was approved. One of the claims is that he intended to make the film a space western. Lucas has said that it was early as —after he completed directing his first full-length feature, THX —that he first had an idea for a space fantasy film, [26] though he has also claimed to have had the idea long before then.

He felt that the bleak tone of the film led to it being poorly received, and therefore chose to make Star Wars more optimistic.

This is what led to the fun and adventurous tone of the space opera. Of course I realize now how crude and badly done they were He pushed towards buying the Flash Gordon rights. So I began researching and went right back and found where Alex Raymond who had done the original Flash Gordon comic strips in newspapers had got his idea from. I discovered that he'd got his inspiration from the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs author of Tarzan and especially from his John Carter of Mars series books.

I read through that series, then found that what had sparked Burroughs off was a science-fantasy called Gulliver on Mars , written by Edwin Arnold and published in That was the first story in this genre that I have been able to trace. Jules Verne had got pretty close, I suppose, but he never had a hero battling against space creatures or having adventures on another planet. A whole new genre developed from that idea. And he says, 'Well, I'll just invent my own. Lucas would discard many of these by the time the final script was written, but he included several names and places in the final script or its sequels.

He revived others decades later when he wrote his prequel trilogy. He used these initial names and ideas to compile a two-page synopsis titled Journal of the Whills, which told the tale of the training of apprentice CJ Thorpe as a "Jedi-Bendu" space commando by the legendary Mace Windu. They think I do weirdo films. We had westerns, pirate movies, all kinds of great things. Where are the romance, the adventure, and the fun that used to be in practically every movie made? Lucas and Kurtz, in pitching the film, said that it would be "low-budget, Roger Corman style, and the budget was never going to be more than—well, originally we had proposed about 8 million, it ended up being about Both of those figures are very low budget by Hollywood standards at the time.

Although Ladd did not grasp the technical side of the project, he believed that Lucas was talented. Lucas later stated that Ladd "invested in me, he did not invest in the movie.

All the books and films and comics that I liked when I was a child. The plot is simple—good against evil—and the film is designed to be all the fun things and fantasy things I remember. The word for this movie is fun. It's always been what you might call a good idea in search of a story. He changed Starkiller to an adolescent boy, and he shifted the general into a supporting role as a member of a family of dwarfs.

He based Chewbacca on his Alaskan Malamute dog, Indiana whom he would later use as namesake for his character Indiana Jones , who often acted as the director's "co-pilot" by sitting in the passenger seat of his car. The script would also introduce the concept of a Jedi Master father and his son, who trains to be a Jedi under his father's friend; this would ultimately form the basis for the film and, later, the trilogy.

However, in this draft, the father is a hero who is still alive at the start of the film. Annikin became Luke's father, a wise Jedi knight. For example, Luke had several brothers, as well as his father, who appears in a minor role at the end of the film.

The script became more of a fairy tale quest as opposed to the action-adventure of the previous versions. This version ended with another text crawl, previewing the next story in the series.

This draft was also the first to introduce the concept of a Jedi turning to the dark side: Impressed with his works, Lucas hired conceptual artist Ralph McQuarrie to create paintings of certain scenes around this time. When Lucas delivered his screenplay to the studio, he included several of McQuarrie's paintings.

From the Adventures of Luke Starkiller. This third draft had most of the elements of the final plot, with only some differences in the characters and settings. The draft characterized Luke as an only child, with his father already dead, replacing him with a substitute named Ben Kenobi. Lucas worked with his friends Gloria Katz and Willard Huyck to revise the fourth draft into the final pre-production script. For Lucas, this deal protected Star Wars's unwritten segments and most of the merchandising profits.

He said, "What finally emerged through the many drafts of the script has obviously been influenced by science-fiction and action-adventure I've read and seen.

And I've seen a lot of it. I'm trying to make a classic sort of genre picture, a classic space fantasy in which all the influences are working together. There are certain traditional aspects of the genre I wanted to keep and help perpetuate in Star Wars. It's like a poem. It goes on forever. Let me sit down and write this for you. A Space Odyssey , to conceptualize the initial spacecraft models; Alex Tavoularis to create the preliminary conceptual storyboard sketches of early scripts; and Ralph McQuarrie to visualize the characters, costumes, props and scenery.

After McQuarrie's drawings for Lucas's colleagues Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins who were collaborating for a film caught his interest, Lucas met with McQuarrie to discuss his plans for the then-untitled space fantasy film he wanted to make.

Two years later, after completing American Graffiti, Lucas approached McQuarrie and asked him if he would be interested "in doing something for Star Wars. He commissioned production designers John Barry and Roger Christian , who were working on the sets of the film Lucky Lady when Lucas first approached them, to work on the production sets.

Christian recounted in And we spoke and he looked at the set and couldn't believe it wasn't real. Christian said that Lucas "didn't want anything [in Star Wars] to stand out, he wanted it [to look] all real and used.

And I said, 'Finally somebody's doing it the right way. Barry said that the director "wants to make it look like it's shot on location on your average everyday Death Star or Mos Eisley Spaceport or local cantina. George was going right against that. Although Lucas initially provided funds using his earnings from American Graffiti, it was inadequate.

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