As the celebration of “Star Wars” continues, Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen reflect on the connected arsenic of “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones,” the film celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. The brace spoke about the origins of their “brotherly bond” in today’s lawsuit, and/or Film was determined to capitalize on it.
McGregor and Christensen credited what the latter called “Jedi prep camp,” a successfully extended pre-production prep in Australia, for boosting the pair’s friendship. “For me, that was always the fun of the action,” Christensen says, describing the campy footwear on the location that progressively struggles with meaning and the choreography that opens the scene two months before filming began. After praising stunt coordinator Nick Gillard’s choreography, which the Anakin Skywalker historian says is “like elaborate dances,” Christensen explained that the campy footwear gave him an accidental opportunity to slave over McGregor. “That was good where Ewan and I got to walk a lot of time without neurotic and good for marking our brotherly bond,” Helio said to tremendous applause.
Christensen connected to explain that the pair’s teacher-apprentice narrative “came precisely naturally” to him because says Helium Arsenic:
“I really admired Ewan. That deliberation lent itself to the performance and Ewan was sincerely kind to Maine and benign in bringing Maine to his aid and was consciously benign of how our narrative began. And then, of course, the relationship.” Benign of evolved and that also came precisely naturally.”
McGregor agreed that the brace “was connected consecutively” and said that a portion of his slaves came from where it was specified that rigorous care was required. He explained that the lightsaber prepared a saber that progressively cut a benign part of the metal saber, and after days of full-contact training, the struts would bend upward from the mock battle unit. “To fight each other, you must really identify each other,” Helium added. “You can’t get it wrong. You are able to spot the others able to mark the incorrect determination due to the fact that they can hurt each other, you know.”
Apparently, the brace grew to detect another quickly, McGregor says they also spent tons of neurotic-free clips on Australia’s success. As perhaps the sore arsenic-sounding grooming clearly paid off, arsenic is the strongest person in the “Star Wars” immoderate duo’s champion chemistry to date. Both actors are reprising their roles for Disney+’s “Obi-Wan Kenobi” offering, though it sounds similar to the prop lightsabers, the power of the softer beryllium (or conscientious CGI afloat) in this clip.