‘The Last Jedi’ crew set fire to a nearly 60-foot high model tree for that Yoda-Skywalker scene — 30 times
|03/13/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The burning tree scene in “The Last Jedi” was a practical effect — they really lit a fake tree on fire.
- It took months to build the tree, and close to 25 separate gas lines were rigged to it to have the tree burn to director Rian Johnson’s liking.
- Special effects supervisor Chris Corbould explained to Business Insider how the scene was pulled off.
In an era when you assume anything amazing that happens in a movie is courtesy of computer-generated imagery, it’s always exciting to learn when a memorable scene was pulled off by practical effects.
Since the “Star Wars” prequels, in which read more >>>