Star Wars fans may be interested in this!!!


you realy did it dude.i was not shocked like this till the last month!!!


what does this prove? with such out dated info?


Re: Macquador.

You knew already, yet you couldn’t tell us?

What happened to you, M? You used to be someone we could trust… :sad:


That´s a nice helmet… :cool:


is there another way i can check out whatever was in the original post?


Here are some production pictures of Darth Vader from Revenge of the Sith from a Star Wars forum.



“Forced to survive on the barren surface of Hoth, we are told, Coren and Vila have learned to live with the Wampas, who are not so much evil as misunderstood. Vila is particularly fond of one young Wampa whom she has dubbed “Christmas” after her favorite holiday. Yes, apparently they have Christmas in the Star Wars universe, complete with Christmas trees.”

“Filling out this slim plot are a couple of musical numbers that occur at a nightclub on Coruscant, featuring the best talent TV could attract circa 1982. Sadly, that talent is a Flock of Seagulls sound-alike band…”

Funny as heck! :slight_smile:


HEHEHEHEHE! Have a look at the review date at the bottom of that Christmas special review. :banghead:

I think Christopher Lees best film was Safari 3000 (where he played Count Borgia with a strange hat. hint hint):slight_smile:

…and back onto a CGI related topic. This is the new Jabba the Hut in the new Star Wars:A New Hope special edition, compared to the previous SE version. Much improved on the previous attempt plus the image regrading looks nice too.


Do you guys think if this is the first time we ever saw darth vaders costume (imagine that the orginaly trilogy didn’t exsist for now), DO you think it looks funny? Or is it cool?


i THINK…ITS still awesome! :slight_smile:


his healmet is the coollest ever.i think it’s very scary.




Is Haiden Christiansen in the vader costume of the new film? There seems to be a big size difference between him and dave Prowse. I guess Vaders been on growth hormones between Reveng of the Sith and A new hope.

He better do some kick ass moves or its gonna be a let down


Re: Kaiten.

Thats a very good question. I reckon it won’t be Hayden, though…tall as he maybe.



I knew the pictures existed. I just didnt know if CgTalk would allow them to be posted.



There are other pictures out there. That rock as well of Vader


Is Haiden Christiansen in the vader costume of the new film? There seems to be a big size difference between him and dave Prowse.

I bet you didn’t know this, but there was a stuntman in the Vader costume for the lightsaber duels in ESB and ROTJ. His name was Bob Anderson. He was 6’1" tall, an inch shorter than Hayden. David Prowse was 6’5". He was also considerably smaller in frame that Prowse. But did you notice in the lightsaber duels in ESB and ROTJ that it wasn’t Prowse in the Vader costume? Of course you didn’t! Why? Because they used camera tricks. They also had lifts in his boots to make him taller, and the suit was padded to give him more size.

That’s the same thing they’re doing with Hayden. He has lifts that will add more height. His suit is padded to make him bigger. They’ll also use camera tricks. In Episode III, Vader will appear 6’6" to 6’7" tall, just as Vader did in the original trilogy. You also have to remember that Hayden added 20-25 pounds of muscle for Episode III. So he is noticeably larger than he was in Episode II.

He better do some kick ass moves or its gonna be a let down

Vader is only going to be in Episode III for about 5 minutes, and he won’t use a lightsaber. So I wouldn’t worry at all. Vader will look like the Vader we all know and love.


I can sleep soundly at night from now on :smiley:


By the way, it’s the same Bob Anderson who worked on the sword fights in LOTR. :slight_smile:


Re: Joe_H.

I’m not 100% sure, but I heard it was “5 minutes of dialogue” for Vader. He’ll most likely have about 10 mins screen time.

That was from an interview with James Earl Jones…