Whether you love it, hate it, or your feelings are best summed up as ‘meh.’ Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker did have some great shots. Those shots all pushed together made for some memorable sequences. One of those being, the chase sequence in the Pasaana Desert.
In the behind-the-scenes video at the top of the article, you’ll get a taste of the documentary, The Skywalker Legacy, which will be included as a special feature on the home release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
First off, how does one apply to be part of this team? Because I can tell you right now, I will undercut any other potential candidates and work for next to nothing. Seriously, how awesome would it be to take part in something like this? Anyway, the video shows the lengths the crew goes to in order to bring us but a few moments of joy.
Actually, I did do similar things like this when I was younger. I made use of broken wood panels, intact 2x4s, tractor discs, a lighter, and whatever flammable substance my friends I could find to create small explosions. We would choreograph fight scenes and action sequences, and then record them with an ancient piece of technology known as a camcorder.
In the days before the Internet, it was a s**tload of fun, especially since we could capture it on film and show it off.
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Source: Star Wars