VFX Artists Made ‘Star Wars’ Stormtroopers More Accurate

With its string of recent shows like Boba Fett’s Book, The Mandalorian and now Obi Wan Kenobithe star wars the universe is again at the forefront of public consciousness. (For many fans, that never went away.) It comes with a whole host of fan theories and people online pointing out what they believe are plot holes, some of which are errors. misleading or deliberate readings, although others have merit.

For example, one of the oldest jokes in star wars is that the Stormtroopers, the foot soldiers of the Galactic Empire whose uniforms carry more brand recognition than any real fashion designer could ever hope for, are truly terrible at their job. Specifically, they’re poor marksmen, and their lack of aim with those otherwise deadly blasters can pretty much be credited with helping the Rebels win.

This flaw irritated the guys at the Corridor Club VFX channel so much that they actually decided to modify the original star wars trilogy to see what it would look like if the Stormtroopers were not visually impaired and were able to achieve their goals. And it turns out that one of the most epic sagas in movie history would have ended up being much shorter.

Reimagining the entire original trilogy from the perspective of the Stormtroopers, who unionized and received medical coverage that includes Lasik, VFX creators Fenner and Jordan deliver a five-and-a-half-minute supercut of some of the most iconic star wars footage from all time, from Han vs. Greedo to Rebels vs. the Death Star… with motion capture CGI Luke Skywalker looking only slightly more dead behind the eyes than the version used in the real star wars shows.

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