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proinslascassidy:

Iron Man, released May 2, 2008
Happy ten year anniversary of the MCU

My friend got to experience the great twist in a rather unusual way. • r/StarWars

My friend got to experience the great twist in a rather unusual way. • r/StarWars

letslipthehounds:

lurkingcrow:

I was browsing Reddit snickering at the “McGregor vs May weather” pun posts featuring wet Ewan when I came across this (though I’m sure many of you have probably already seen it). The story of the guy who got to watch the prequels without realising that Anakin Skywalker was Darth Vader.

Enjoy!

You know, that is honestly a theory that I could buy.  Now, I’m too invested in Anakin is Vader and his relationships with his family, but…

It could have been a great twist.  I wonder if someone, back in 1980 or so, came up with that exact same theory.

 

cinemamonamour:

Norman Rockwell, ‘Shadow Artist’, 1920

(George Lucas’ Collection)

“Lucas’s friend and collaborator Steven Spielberg is also known for collecting Rockwell’s paintings, and the two of them loaned many pieces from their collections for a Smithsonian show in 2010. Rockwell has obviously influenced their work, as Lucas told CBS News: ”You know, so many artists have a tendency to paint without emotion, without any connection to the audience. And both Steve and I are diehard emotionalists. We love to connect with the audience. Rockwell loved to connect with the audience.“ One could argue that a film like American Graffiti was a contemporary version of Rockwell’s slice-of-life Americana. This painting usually hangs in Lucas’s office”.