Was George Lucas in the background of some random documentary?

founder and Star Wars creator George Lucas is one of the most famous faces in entertainment. Now, the Star Wars guru has appeared — quite inadvertently, it would seem — in a random documentary film about “pyro-processing,” which apparently involves molten salt and electrochemistry.

Why did George Lucas add scenes to Star Wars?

Dissatisfied with the original theatrical cuts of the original Star Wars film, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, creator George Lucas altered the films in ways that were ostensibly not initially possible, primarily due to limitations of time, budget, and technology.

Is George Lucas involved in Star Wars visions?

After all, Japanese mythology and the films of Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa were key influences on Star Wars creator, George Lucas. So to bring Visions to life, Lucasfilm partnered with seven Japanese anime studios, as well as 65 voice actors, and now, nine short films are available to stream on Disney+.

Does George Lucas cameo?

Even The Maker himself, George Lucas, had a cameo in Revenge of the Sith. He appeared briefly as the character Notluwiski Papanoida.

Why does Obi-Wan not remember R2D2?

Obi-Wan did in fact remember R2D2 after the little smirk he gave after seeing him in ANH when he rescued Luke from the sand people. C3PO had his memory erased so he doesn’t remember at all.

What does George Lucas think of the Star Wars sequels?

During a lifetime achievement ceremony at the Kennedy Center Honors, he stated that he thought “the fans will love it… It’s very much the kind of movie they’ve been looking for.” It’s an unsurprising thought for him to have, given the mixed reception that his prequel trilogy got.

Is Ronin a Sith?

The Ronin was the alias used by a male human former Sith who wandered the far edge of the Outer Rim Territories in the aftermath of the Sith rebellion. He would later be nicknamed as Grim.

Why does Obi Wan not remember R2D2?

What Star Wars film was George Lucas in?

Feature films

Title Released
Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace 1999
Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones 2002
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith 2005
Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008