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posted on Jul, 24 2004 @ 09:11 PM
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Be warned, I am putting here all the spoliers and rumors for Episode 3 Revenge of the Sith here for ATS to enjoy.


First off a link to the suspected revised draft of the movie, in a synopsis form.

Draft


Here are some pics from the set.

The new Anakin



Burnt Anakin



New villian General Grievous




And here a few of the best spoilers.
Here's just a list of abbrevations.

GL = George Lucas
OS = Official Site (starwars.com)
RM = Rick McCallum (producer of Episode 3)
NP = Natalie Portman (Padme Amidala)
C2 = Star Wars Celebration II
JEJ = James Earl Jones (voice of Darth Vader)
JK = John Knoll (I.L.M.)
GB = Gavin Bocquet
JE = Joel Edgerton (Owen Lars)
PM = Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca)
RC = Rob Coleman (I.L.M.)
BS = Bruce Spence (actor)
NG = Nick Gillard (stunt co-ordinator)
AD = Anthony Daniels (C-3PO)
SLJ = Samuel L. Jackson (Mace Windu)
DB = Don Bies
PH = starwars.com web master


"It's mostly Anakin in Ep3 as opposed to Vader" - GL

"George Lucas says 'When Anakin goes bionic -- that will be in the last five minutes of episode three -- they will hear you."- JEJ

"We will see Anakin doing more evil things a la slaughtering the Tuskens." - RM

"We will see the emperor and/or Anakin make use of the dark side of the force with lightning, chokes and more." - RM

"Vader may have more screentime that originally anticipated." - RM

Obi-Wan, Anakin, and Padmé are in a scene described as "major" and "grim".- OS

Three words that Darth Vader speaks in Ep3 are "I don't fear..." - RM

There will be a scene when Anakin is given the name of Darth Vader and an explanation as to why he was given the name and what it means. - RM

It won't be the special effects that make the Obi-Wan/Anakin duel so thrilling, it will be the betrayal. - RM

Anakin becomes pure evil....." -HC

And for those who do not know, our favorite wookie will be in it. Yes Chewbacca has a role in E3.

"Chewbacca will join the fray with a small part in one of the action sequences of Episode III." - GL

"I was told by George Lucas that I would be playing a large part in the story including the delivering of two twin babies and playing a role in a major battle scene that involves many war machines. In fact, the opening action scene involving many Wookiees takes place on one of the many new planets seen in this movie." - PM

We will see wookiees in action and "it is something to see". - DG

Count Dooku's Ep3 role is brief.

No rematch between Yoda and Dooku though both will have their own fights. - SW Insider

In-between takes, Christopher Lee jokingly "decapitates" Nick Gillard and mentions all the previously movies he filmed when he decapitated a character on-screen. (hint?)

Dooku is rumored to die, killed by Anakin to prove loyalty to Palpatine.

A character from the Clone Wars cartoon will appear in Episode III." - RM

The EU character is neither Thrawn nor Xizor. -PH

"Jar Jar's role is smaller than Ep II." - RM (Yay!)

Jar-Jar does not die in the film. - RM (Dammit!)

Jar-Jar's role in Ep3 is not that important. -PH (Yay!)

"Mace Windu will go out in a blaze of glory." - RM (Yes Mace is killed)

"Mace Windu's role will be bigger and unforgettable." - RM

Mace is not stabbed in the back. "It's full-frontal". -SLJ

It took eight days for Sam to learn a 137 move lightsaber duel. He is the one being attacked in the duel. "It was difficult to learn how to be in a scene being backed up and on defense the whole time". The fight area covered about 400 yards and Sam jumped off steps and various other things. - SLJ

Fans of Obi-Wan are going to be ecstatic about EpIII." - RM

The classic saber of Ep4 Ben Kenobi will be among the sabers in use. - OS

A scene on a gunship scene will include Obi-Wan and Mace and Yoda. - OS

Ewan's hair will be styled more like a younger version of Alec Guinness. He will wear temple pieces, and they will be graying. Ewan's beard will be neatly trimmed and less bushy, with more sculpting and manicuring into a more goatee shape. - OS

There are new Starfighters being built for Anakin and Obi-Wan. - OS

Obi-Wan Kenobi, a fugitive, will find safe haven on an alien planet and in the company of an alien leader played by Bruce Spence. - BS

Obi-Wan will swim in a body of water in the film. - OS

The underwater tank set will feature a scene where Obi-Wan fights with droids. - RM

one scene, an out-matched Obi-Wan fights over "Jedi business" and gets "clobbered". - OS

Obi-Wan's actions in the film are pivotal to what ends the Clone Wars. -PH

Ewan and Hayden are the actors with the most screen time. -PH

At the end of the movie, the twins Luke and Leia are less than a month old. - RM

We will see Padmé pregnant in the film. - RM

We will see who was born first, Luke or Leia. - RM

In one scene, Padmé, Obi-Wan and C-3PO will be "the scene that explains it all" on a vista with moderate winds. - OS

Though Padmé's screen time is less than that of Obi-Wan and Anakin, she will still have an important role and a fair amount of screen time. -PH

Padme dies. (rumor)

We will definitely see Palpatine/Sidious use an "awesome display of the dark side of the force". - RM

Much of Palpatine's plan will be revealed in Ep3. - OS

One scene will be a Coruscant theater which will feature tiers of viewing boxes and an elaborate stage show for entertainment yet to be determined. Palpatine will be in this scene and a clue is that the show may be "refined and sophisticated". Palpatine will be seated, awaiting a guest. He will by joined by his aides Sly Moore and Mas Amedda and a pair of red robed guards. - OS

Ian McDiarmid (Palpatine) has a much larger and important role in Episode III (for obvious reasons). - OS

The most often-quoted line on set is one spoken by Palpatine, which is cool and will likely make many a person's email signature. - PH

Regarding Ian's intensity in playing Palpatine in Ep3, "Ian doesn't hold anything back." - PH

Darth Sidious will remove his hood.-PH

For those who did not know, Darth Sidious and Palpatine are the same.

Darth Sidious uses his lightsaber. -NG (Kickass!!)

Ep3 will explain how and why Palpatine looks the way he does in ROTJ and why he did not look like that in Ep1 & 2. -PH

Sidious gets his hands dirty in this one. -PH

Yoda will be seen in action sequences again." - RC

We will see Yoda fighting again. - RM

Yoda will be featured in a spectacular action sequence. -DG

George likes some things to be left open to interpretation, or mystery -- don't ever expect to find out Yoda's species or homeworld. -PH (Though unofficialy Yoda is species is called a "Whill")

The Anakin/Kenobi duel is a lengthy one and will span many sets and travel a lot of distance. - OS (Said to be the longest fight scene ever, longer than They Live's)

Who is the aggressor and who is the defender will alternate during the duel. - OS

The duel between Anakin and Obi-Wan is not a gentleman's duel. It will get nasty. -PH

During the duel there will be a segment when Anakin and Obi-Wan dangle from cables, swinging to and fro. The wires being used are supposed to be visible The Jedi will be wearing the "weathered and beaten" robes. -OS

At one point during the duel, it will involve four characters. -OS

The duel involves some of the fastest dueling I have ever seen. It almost appears artificially sped-up. It's just that fast." - PH

There are parts of the duel when Anakin and Obi-Wan move even faster than the Maul/Obi-Wan duel in Ep1. -PH

"The final fight sequence in this film should surpass any fight sequence that has been put on film so far. It’s the longest, I can’t give you specifics, but it is quite the bad-assed fight scene. Nick Gilliard has done an amazing job instilling an arc of story in the fight. It justifies, because you know Anakin and Obi-Wan have it out, but Anakin is the chosen one-he is supposed to be the best. But he comes out on the shorter end of the stick in the fight. It justifies it really nicely as the fight progresses." - HC

The climactic fight scene is, at 12 minutes, the longest fight scene in cinema history." -NG

Obi-Wan of course defeats Anakin in Ep3, but winning one fight does not necessarily make one the best at it. -NG

As it stands now, the final duel will not be intercut with other action sequences, though that is subject to change. -NG

"Geographically, the duel covers the most distance of any other swordfight on film. And depending on the way they cut it, it should be the longest swordfight, timewise, that's ever been on film." - HC

As scripted, the final duel exhausts almost the entirety of the Jedi bag of tricks. -PH

There will be some dialogue during the duel. It is far more chattier than the Ep5 duel. -PH

the third film is very, very, very dark. It's not a happy movie by any stretch of the imagination. It's a tragedy. Ultimately the final story is between Yoda, Obi-Wan, Anakin and the Padmé. It's really their story. Those four characters." - GL

"It still has to reach out to a specific audience, but it will be substantially darker than the previous films." - HC

"It's very dark and Shakespearean...and adult, and more violent than a Star Wars movie used to be." -SLJ

"Episode III will 'surprise, amaze and shock.' It will be the darkest of the six saga films it will tie the series together in 'unexpected and surprising' ways." - Sansweet

"Episode III is the last one, so no-holds barred now." - RM

"Armageddon will take place." - C2

"You won't be disappointed in the script." - DB (We hope so)

"The story of Ep3 will be enjoyable as the conclusion of the saga. It is dramatic, believable, frightening, sad, moving, hurtful, and human. It is the missing key to a story fans have admired and remembered for so long". - AD

"In one word, Ep3 is 'awesome'". - AD

The story will move much quicker than the previous films. - RM

Ep3 is a "2-hour turn to the dark side". - RM

Pablo has a hard time believing some of the imagery will get a PG rating. Nothing is too over the top but in today's MPAA standards, some scenes are intense. -PH

Nick thinks it is possible for Ep3 to have a PG rating. -NG

Ep3 will be the largest of the StarWars films and will be the "shining point" of the prequel trilogy. - PH

Visually speaking, Ep3 will certainly be the best Star Wars film to cross the screen. -RC

In terms of scale and scope, the opening space battle of Ep3 is bigger than anything we have seen before. -DG

Overall, Ep3 is more action-oriented but will still have its fair share of quiet, character-driven scenes. -DG

In one word Ep3 is "dark". -DG

Ep3 will answer many (if not all) questions, and will merge seamlessly with Ep4. -PE

Episode 3 will be excellent." -PM

"Ep3 takes place 3 years or so after Ep II." - GL

"Will we get to see an epic space battle right at the beginning of the movie." - RM

"The look of the third prequel will definitely be closer to that of the original films." - RM

Much time was spent in designing new weaponry for both the clone and Separatist armies. We may even see some walkers (predecessors to AT-AT's). -RC

The disappearing Jedi issue will be resolved in EP3. - GL

The Jedi who has been hiding Kamino from the Jedi will be revealed in Ep3. - GL

The Jedi who ordered the clone army will be revealed in Ep3. - GL

The character who ordered the clones was seen onscreen in Ep2. -PH

Ep3 will provide the answers the fans have been waiting for, but may also pose some new questions. - RM

The last ten minutes of the film will be "a dream come true" for all fans. - RM

The last 10 minutes of the film will definitely pull some emotions. -DG

The last 10 minutes of the film keeps with the traditional endings of Star Wars films, but since we know the futures of the characters and the locations we will see glimpses of, the ending will have more of an impact than usual. -PH

The "no disintegrations" line will not be explained in Ep3. -PH

The "force ghost" theory will be explained. -PH

"We will get to see OT Starships in Episode III." - GB

We will see many new worlds." - RM

We will see prototype TIE Fighters. -RC

We will see evidence of Rebel Alliance ships. -RC

We will see huge fleets of starships. -DG

"There are a few scenes you will go nuts over." - GB

The last 3 pages of the script gave Rob Coleman goosebumps.

There is a sequence in Ep3 that makes Rob Coleman think "this is what I always wanted to see in the prequels".

Page 7, word twelve of the script is "trench". - JK

One scene will have an event that will cause glass to be shattered and scattered on the floor. - OS

We will hear classic camp Star Wars dialogue, similar to classic lines such as "foul stench" or "we meet again...". - OS

The Coruscant theater scene with Palpatine will not be intercut with other sequences. -PH

The space battle covers the first 20 minutes of the film. -RB (Holy crap!)

The opening space battle sequence includes starfighter trajectories, swarm of ships and aerobatic maneuvers. After the opening crawl of text the camera will move towards the warships, and its clear we're joining a battle already in progress. Geometry plays a vital role in determining allegiances in this space battle. As the camera dives between capital ships, it's easy to become disoriented. The Republic craft are the rectilinear wedge ships of the original trilogy. The Separatist vessels are more ovoid in shape, with smoother lines and reclined angles. The most familiar vessels amid the Separatist flotilla are the Trade Federation battleships, or the "donut ships" as they are affectionately called. Returning spacecraft, like the donut ships and vulture fighters, are getting a paintjob makeover, with colors and insignia further differentiating them from the Republic craft. We will see a missile with a specialized payload fly across the screen with flapping or fluttering wings. There will also be a different, new kind of missile shoot out from one of the Republic cruiser launch bays.

The Ep III space battle is definitely more dynamic, intense, and adrenaline-charged than the EP VI one, and has a more complicated design, more challenging shots, and benefits from having clear characters to follow as it progresses. I don't think those who are itching for a big space battle in Episode III will be disappointed. -PH

There's more variety of different types of ships in the Ep III space battle, but I'm not sure about the final numbers. The Episode VI battle will always have a certain greater dramatic impact, since it *is* the final battle of the series. -PH

If the Raider slaughter bothered you, then prepare for worse. -PH (Jedi children massacre?)

Tatooine will tie everything together in Ep3." - RM

Naboo does not get destroyed in Ep3. -PH

Geonosis will not be seen in Ep3. -PH

Kamino will not be seen in Ep3. -PH

Dantooine will not be seen in Ep3. -PH

"We will some new, even bigger monsters/creatures." - RC

"All the characters are moving to the way we first saw them in the Original Trilogy as far as look." - RM

In regards to new aliens and designs, the Art Dept out-did themselves and we will see a lot of cool stuff. -DG

One character is young, but not an infant. The character is brand new to the Star Wars story. -PH

We will see more of the younglings. -PH

Plo Koon will have a brief appearance in Episode III, but the script requires very specific actions for him. - OS

Plo Koon and other Jedi will fly Jedi Starfighters. - OS

Plo does have scripted dialogue in Episode III, but there is no guarantee that it'll remain in the finished film. - OS

The fate of the younglings will be explained. -PH

"Boba will be in Episode III, but his role definitely won’t be larger. He’s in a transition period of becoming a bounty hunter. The next film takes place two or three years later, so Boba would only be 13 and still wouldn’t fit in the suit." - GL

We will see wookiees in action and "it is something to see". -DG

One character is known as "Fire Ship Pilot" and will have one line of dialogue in the cockpit of a ship. - OS

The fire ship captain will be seen flying a fire ship and puts out a fire on Coruscant. The fire ships are the fire department. -RC

Tears will be shed by at least one character. -PH

Nick Gillard's Jedi character cameo in the film is appropriate, given all of Nick's work on the prequels so far. The character will have a suitable name as well. -PH

The character who speaks the classic line, "I have a bad feeling about this" is one that has not spoken the line before. -PH

Returning Jedi not already mentioned include Luminara Unduli, Barriss Offee, Shaak Ti, Bultar Swan, Stass Allie, Saesee Tiin, Agen Kolar and Kit Fisto.

We will see Rodians in Ep3, specifically Dar Wac, Palpatine's aide from Ep2. -PH

Given the nature of the involvement of Padme's family in Ep3, Pablo would be very surprised if their scenes were cut. -PH

Jocasta Nu is not in Ep3. -PH

There are no Bothans in Ep3. -PH

Bossk is not in Ep3. -PH

Mandalorians are not in Ep3. -PH

Senator Garm Bel Iblis is not in Ep3. -PH

We will not see ARC Troopers from the Clone Wars cartoon. -PH

A young Han Solo is not in Ep3. -PH

Aurra Sing is not likely to appear in Ep3. -PH

No Corran Horn family characters are in Ep3. -PH

Cliegg Lars will not return for Ep3. -PH

I don't believe there are any Gungans in Ep3 other than Jar-Jar. -PH

Ackbar does not command a fleet in battle. -PH

Watto will not be in Ep3. -JK

Jabba the Hutt is not in Ep3. -PH

There are no Kaminoans in Ep3. - PH

The bug-faced aliens seen with Asajj Ventress in the latest SW Republic comic are not in Ep3. -PH

There are no albino Jedi in Ep3 -PH

There are no Sullustans in Episode III. -PH

There are no Sith or Jedi Holocrons in Ep3. -PH

There are no new female villains in Ep3. -PH

We will not see any more characters of Yoda's species. -RC

We will not see any further changeling characters such as Zam Wesell. -PH

"Ep III definitively has the most lightsaber action of any Star Wars film." - RM

"The battles will be on an even larger scale." - RM

"We will see some glorious death scenes." - RM

"No rematch between Yoda and Dooku though both will have their own fights." - SW Insider

"The new fights are going to be amazing." - RC

"Some of the fights are incredibly huge." - RC

"There will be many intense fights." - NG

"Yoda will be seen in action sequences again." - RC

"There's no question that we'll see Saber duels in Episode III that will definitely top the Obi-Wan / Maul duel." - NG

"We will see at least one character we've never seen fight before with a lightsaber, do so in Episode III. Also expect a new style from this or these characters too." - NG

"Anakin will cover just about every fighting style in Episode III." - NG

"Many limbs will be lost in Episode III." - NG

"The Epic duel between Anakin and Obi-Wan will be the longest lightsaber duel ever." - NG

"Female Jedi will fight in Episode III." - NG

Anakin is vulnerable on a slope." - NG

"There will be some spectacular battles." - JK

"The skills of the actors involved is awesome and the drama was real. Even without the music being added, the scenes are thrilling and frightening." - AD

The opening battle is entirely in space, but there will be land battles in the film. - RM

One character in the film will use two lightsabers at once "and he's bad." - RM

The different fights involving Yoda, Dooku, Mace, and Palpatine (not necessarily linked to one another) are all very interesting and one in particular is "really cool." - DG

If the Jedi that die in the film are "real Jedi" then they will take some clones with them. -DG

Kit Fisto goes out like a #####." -NG

Kit Fisto's death is certainly less heroic than say, Mace, but Kit doesn't just fade away without any effort. I think Nick's comment was to tease the actor who played Kit Fisto. -PH

Nick winked and gave a nod when asked if we would see double-bladed lightsabers in Ep3. -NG

We may see a naval battle (on water) in Ep3, but Pablo was noncommittal. -PH

The force powers seen in Ep3 are among those we have seen before. -PH

Source of spoliers @ www.supershadows.com...



[Edited on 7-24-2004 by JediMaster]




posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 02:13 AM
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I'd just like to say that what ever the source is they ripped it off of theforce.net.



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 09:54 AM
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It is, I go there first for my spoilers since Episode 2, its a really great site. Just that I had that link saved on Favorites.



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 04:45 PM
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Awesome.

I hope Lucas doesn't screw up the entire big-picture story as he nearly did with Episode II.



posted on Jul, 25 2004 @ 07:14 PM
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www.belowtopsecret.com...
same again ill link here i beat you again anananan lol cool links btw




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