Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know? #4

Here’s today’s trivia question Star Wars geeks! Think you know the answer without using Google?

There is a horror film from 1999 that features Star Wars Alums Christopher Lee, Ian McDiarmid and Ray Park – do you know what it is?

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I discovered this by accident when putting together our movie podcast yesterday celebrating Halloween Horror movies which is here if you’d like to check it out.

And the answer is:

Sleepy Hollow (1999)!

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Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know? #3

Here’s today’s trivia question Star Wars geeks! Think you know the answer without using Google?

Which species stole the plans to the Death Star?

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Again, I should have known this one because well, I’ve seen these movies so many times it’s almost embarrassing to admit lol 😂

And the answer is:

Bothans!

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Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know? #2

Today’s trivia question is a little harder because well, a lot of my readers know more about Star Wars than I do! So I think it’s time to throw out the tougher questions (try not to use Google if you can):

Early story drafts for what would become The Empire Strikes back would have changed this character into the first clone we saw in the Star Wars films. Who was it?

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I had no idea of the answer to this but when I found out I clicked pretty quickly. It’s not something that is immediately apparent when you see the scene in question and it kind of blew my mind but in a good way. It also makes total sense as well for the storyline.

And the answer is:

The clone was originally Lando Kadar but we know him as Lando Calrissian. His actual name is in fact Baron Landonis Balthazar “Lando” Calrissian III. Lando was originally written in early drafts of The Empire Strikes Back as a refugee from the clone wars

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Star Wars Trivia – Did You Know #1

I’m trying to find the “little known” star wars trivia facts that people will actually enjoy instead of memes. I am not really a meme person on social media but I know some people love them. The funny ones are pretty cool but I prefer the more serious stuff on my feed.

And of course, educate myself along the way because you can never have enough star wars!

What was the original name of the first Star Wars movie when it went into production?

Adventures of Luke Starkiller, As Taken From the Journal of the Whills, Saga 1: The Star Wars

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I didn’t know it was called that originally but I did know that the word Starkiller was in there somewhere.

And here’s an image from Peter Mayhew’s (R.I.P) twitter page revealing the original script:

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