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If you remember, when Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) found out that Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) had Force-Skyped behind his back (you can check that moment here), he reacted strongly and caused the stone. but they were there to… well, explode. It’s a powerful moment, and I had assumed it to be a digital effect, only to find out later that it was made for realities.
Chris Corbould tests the practical effect (!!) his team created for TLJ. Happy # May the fourth be with you to all the amazing techies who have been doing stuff like this over the years, and to the best fans in the galaxy. ?? pic.twitter.com/rYd3h1NShm
– Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) May 4, 2021
What poor bastard must have cleaned this up for the next test? Even if Star Wars: The Last Jedi continued to sow discord between Star wars fans (although Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker took a little heat), I appreciate what Rian Johnson delivered. Of course, it might not have given me everything I expected and I might not be okay with all the choices, but this is a movie that I found myself more and more to enjoy every time.