Colin Trevorrow intends to shoot some of the scenes of the movie "Star Wars: Episode 9" "on location", that is, in real outer space. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director spoke about this during a press conference held as part of the Sundance festival.
"I sent an official request to see if our IMAX cameras could be used to shoot Star Wars in space, but have not received a response yet. However, we all know that IMAX cameras have already been movieed in orbit," he said. Trevorrow also stressed that he is going to use movie in his work, and not digital camera systems. The director explained this by the fact that he perceives "Star Wars" as "a historical movie, the events of which take place a long time ago." "And then they did not have any video cameras. The movie allows us, as if to return to our childhood, to recall the childhood sensations from watching movies in our memory," the director commented.
Recall that in January 2015, fans of classic "Star Wars" organized a collection of signatures for a petition demanding Trevrow's resignation from the post of director of the ninth episode of "Star Wars" and replacing him with George Lucas. The appeal was signed by about 25 thousand people, but representatives of the Lucasmovie studio did not respond to this initiative.
The Topic of Article: Colin Trevorrow sets out to movie Star Wars 9 in outer space.