What are some dumb things you thought about movies as a kid?
I used to think that Obi-Wan's name was OB1 and that since he fought in the Clone Wars it meant that he was a clone.
That's dumb. OB-1 is obvious and it sounds like a clone or robot name. The "wan"/1 connection was even a cheat code in a game (Jedi Knight II, entering "helpusobi 1" into the console activated cheats).
I've thought of this independently of OP and Reddit before. If one person has an idea, especially a simple one about a hugely popular film series, what's to stop other people thinking of the same thing?
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At the scene where they lift the damaged C-3PO up and there's the wipe cut to the scene in Obi-Wan's hut I thought the sand people had actually cut 3PO in half.
I also never understood that the hut was actually where Obi-Wan lived until very recently. I just assumed it was a storage building at the outskirts of the Lars homestead or something.
I did think, as a kid, the clone wars was like a war started by clones of important people infiltrating society.
There is no way that Stormtroopers were meant to be clones originally. DIfferent voices. Different heights.
I always wanted to believe that the vet guy survived in Jurassic Park. I invented that the gunshot killed the raptor and scared off the others, and he got off the island through an adventure completely unrelated to the main plot.
>Uncle Owen and the aunt were burned by the double sun
director's cut of The Force Awakens has a slightly taller Luke come up from behind and put a hand on Rey's shoulder before the credits. He will feature heavily in episode 8