STAR WARS SCRIPTS
Well with the response from the original Star Wars script we have decided to release all six Star Wars scripts in PDF format available here at STAR WARS SUPER FANS. Click the highlights below for the PDF. Now these are original scripts that include scenes cut from the final movies. Enjoy.
The original Star Wars movie. Some scenes most familiar are those cut such as the workshop scene with Fier, Callie, and Biggs, as well as the conversation between Luke and Biggs. This is a favorite of many and a classic from the frantic droids to magnificent finale battle.
The second in the saga The Empire Strikes Back is the most loved of all the Star Wars movies. It introduces Boba Fett, Lando Callrissian, and of course-Yoda! Irvin Kershner moved into the director’s seat. This movie ,now dubbed as EPISODE V, is celebrated by people across the world as one of the greatest movies of all time.
The finale to the original trilogy, EPISODE VI is an epic conclusion. Opening again with a Star Destroyer and ending with a shot of a group of people, looking outward and on ward. Memorable things are a created in this excellent movie, from Jabba the Hutt to Leia in the slave outfit. From the Emperor’s lightning to Wicket the Ewok.
The Phantom Menace is a comeback 19 years after the original EPISODE IV aired into theaters. This introduced Qui-Gon Jinn, a Jedi Master, Padme Amidala, the Queen of Naboo, and Jar Jar Binks, a clumsy and annoying character that people say Lucas never should have invented. We disagree (Shh!) This sprung a new trilogy, for a new generation.
Attack of the Clones was the longest and largest of all the Star Wars movies. ILM (Industrial Light and Magic) out did themselves on effects. Hayden Christensen made his first appearance as Anikin Skywalker and Ewan McGregor reprised his roll as the young, but older, Obi-wan Kenobi
This is the finale; the last stroke; the bashing note before the bow in a performance. As we see finally the transition to Vader, Anikin faces new trials and comes to an unwise conclusion. Watching the immense battles astonishes one and leaves them speechless.