Discussion in 'The Sarlacc Pit' started by Viper, Apr 16, 2018 at 9:34 AM.
Check it out folks...
Hoping and praying for even just a glimpse of Boba in the movie...
Definitely more to it than some random asteroid...
Very blurry, but the wrong shape.
I love how when I watched it there was a link with “slave one not in solo movie” I grabbed a screen shot from it with the guy’s comparison
It’s an almost, but no banana (or Slave one in this case) moment.
I did like the Mando ( mythosaur)coin seen in the gambling scene.
Jango's and Boba's were different models I believe so this could explain the difference.
I believe that while the internals were mostly replaced in Boba's version, the exterior is almost entirely the same sans paint differences.
I guess there was no physical model from AOTC:
Unlike the models used for The Empire Strikes Back, most of the ship would be created digitally for Attack of the Clones. With the original model of the Slave I on display in the Smithsonian in Washington, the computer modelers from ILM relied on photographic reference. For the few reaction shots that we saw of Jango and Boba flying the ship, the crew again built an actual cockpit based on the concept art of Kurt Kaufman, but this time with more details than the original. The Kamino landing platform was built on stage for the fight scene, and the Slave I was later digitally added. It can be assumed that they used green boxes to create a ramp for Temuera Morrison to walk on when he boarded the ship after the fight scene. This set would also be used for the arrival of Obi-Wan, with a Jedi starfighter prop added to the background.
Boba blew that thing up.... nothing was "replaced" its en entirely different ship
Are you referring to Aurra Sing's crash landing?
Could have sworn Fett blew up the slave one but I guess he didn’t lol
Probably happened in one of the EU comics, lol. You never know what crazy-awesome stuff happens in those...
I'm not gonna hold my breath, but this does look promising.
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