The epic video’s action isn’t just about light sabers, as it also includes thrilling blaster fights and piloting. The second half of the Star Wars supercut focuses on the troops (and droids) on the ground during various conflicts. And through it all the specific editing makes it look like one cohesive sequence.
It should be interesting to see where the Star Wars franchise goes next on the big screen. It’s currently unclear when the return to theaters will be, as focus is shifted onto live-action Disney+ shows. And with The Mandalorian earning a whopping 15 Emmy nominations, it looks like that pivot is already paying off.
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