History Trivia / TheLastJedi

22nd Apr '18 1:18:32 PM gjjones
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** Creator/JesusBarrero, the Mexican Spanish voice for Luke, was diagnosed with lung cancer in March 2015 and subsequently passed away from complications caused by it on February 17, 2016, only a few months after completing his work on his last film ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. His nephew Víctor Covarrubias voiced Luke in the trailer, and Beto Castillo (who voiced the titular Film/DoctorStrange2016) voice him in the final cut.

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** Creator/JesusBarrero, the Mexican Latin American Spanish voice for Luke, was diagnosed with lung cancer in March 2015 and subsequently passed away from complications caused by it on February 17, 2016, only a few months after completing his work on his last film ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. His nephew Víctor Covarrubias voiced Luke in the trailer, and Beto Castillo (who voiced the titular Film/DoctorStrange2016) voice him in the final cut.



** Besides the already mentioned switch regarding Luke's voice in the Mexican dub, [[spoiler:Yoda is voiced, [[TheCapitalOfBrazilIsBuenosAires bizarrely enough]], by Creator/GuilhermeBriggs, Yoda's ''Brazilian Portuguese'' voice actor, rather than Arturo Mercado, his voice actor since the very original trilogy]].
** The same example from above but for the Spanish dub, [[spoiler:Yoda was voiced by Ángel Amorós as in ''Rebels'', as most of Yoda's actors have passed away including Ricardo Palmerola, the actor that voiced him in the prequel trilogy and other media such as ''The Clone Wars''. Oddly enough Amorós served as the replacement for Jordi Royo, [[ActingForTwo who also voices Mace Windu]] and was Palmerola's substitute in ''The Clone Wars'', because ''Rebels'' was recorded in Madrid rather than in Barcelona where most ''Star Wars'''s main media were recorded]].

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** Besides the already mentioned switch regarding Luke's voice in the Mexican Latin American dub, [[spoiler:Yoda is voiced, [[TheCapitalOfBrazilIsBuenosAires bizarrely enough]], by Creator/GuilhermeBriggs, Yoda's ''Brazilian Portuguese'' voice actor, rather than Arturo Mercado, his voice actor since the very original trilogy]].
** The same example from above but for the European Spanish dub, [[spoiler:Yoda was voiced by Ángel Amorós as in ''Rebels'', as most of Yoda's actors have passed away including Ricardo Palmerola, the actor that voiced him in the prequel trilogy and other media such as ''The Clone Wars''. Oddly enough Amorós served as the replacement for Jordi Royo, [[ActingForTwo who also voices Mace Windu]] and was Palmerola's substitute in ''The Clone Wars'', because ''Rebels'' was recorded in Madrid rather than in Barcelona where most ''Star Wars'''s main media were recorded]].
16th Apr '18 2:39:44 PM TheFuzzinator
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* Creator/LauraDern couldn't stop saying "[[SayingSoundEffectsOutLoud pew, pew]]" when firing her blaster. At one point, you can actually see her doing it in the film.
9th Apr '18 1:34:16 PM AnoBakaDesu
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* SpoiledByTheCastList: The first indication the public received that [[spoiler:Yoda would appear in the film was when Frank Oz appeared at the red carpet premiere]].
6th Apr '18 5:53:41 AM AnoBakaDesu
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** There`s an alternate opening scene where the focus is on Finn waking up as the evacuation takes place, and he witnesses the First Order arriving. This has presumably been re-arranged to emphasize the Dreadnaught's dramatic entrance in the final cut.
4th Apr '18 7:21:18 AM duranaparthur
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** Finn was also going to be introduced in TLJ not in his bacta suit, but instead as one of Paige Tico's co-gunners, even re-enacting his opening scene from The Force Awakens, with her putting a bloody handprint over his heart. Johnson changed his mind in part because of the subtext and conflict it would introduce to Finn and Rose's relationship.
2nd Apr '18 12:57:14 PM Jhonny
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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what was used against him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use conjure up lightning has been definitively answered]]!

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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what was used against him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use conjure up lightning has been definitively answered]]!
2nd Apr '18 12:56:08 PM Jhonny
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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what was used against him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use force lightning has been definitively answered]]!

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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what was used against him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use force conjure up lightning has been definitively answered]]!
2nd Apr '18 12:04:38 AM PhantomRider
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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what Palpatine used on him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use force lightning has been definitively answered]]!

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** Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what Palpatine was used on against him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use force lightning has been definitively answered]]!
2nd Apr '18 12:01:49 AM PhantomRider
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**Combined with IKnewIt, because it depends on how you saw it: [[spoiler: in the prequel trilogy, when Yoda absorbed and/or redirected lightning attacks, some believed it meant he could use lightning, which is typically considered a dark side power. Others believed he was just redirecting what Palpatine used on him. Well, whatever you believed before, the question of whether or not Yoda can use force lightning has been definitively answered]]!
28th Mar '18 1:11:23 PM Killerikala
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** According to Mark Hamill, there was meant to be a scene of Luke grieving Han, but was cut. (And that while he was okay with it since scenes get cut all the time, he did question why the scene of Luke milking an alien made it in.)
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