The eight page spread is mostly made up of photographs (a couple of which I'd not seen in print before) and...
oh the horror....
Another Rick McCallum interview!!
It's the usual stuff from McCallum. He goes to great lengths to defend Lucas's decisions by lambasting any fan that questions them. Poor helpless, cerebrally challenged people that we are. In reference to the Han/Greedo scene McCallum drops a absolute humdinger:
"It's funny when people obsess over things like that - it' unbelievable. The person they adore and worship, who made the original film in the first place, says "This is the way it was meant to be..." And then they can't cope with it. The fans are strange, but in a delightfully damaged way."
Is Ricky-baby trying to tell me that in the 1970s, that the technology didn't exist to shoot and edit a scene where Harrison Ford uses a prop gun to shoot a guy/woman in an alien suit before the alien can shoot him? Nonsensical.
Furthermore, the average fan surely can't be much less obsessed than a man who mulled over his choices for 20 years before deciding to change them. Another groundless comment from Ricky-poos.
On a side note - a small text caption over a photo of the Death Star being built states that the builders of the space station will be revealed in the TV series. Perhaps Dante and Randal can finally settle their argument.
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