Ewan McGregor: All the dialogues for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones had to be reworked Movies
Ewan McGregor showed that all the dialogues in “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones” had to be reworked.
The 51-year-old actor starred as Obi-Wan Kenobi in space fantasy films and explained that the new digital cameras used to shoot the second film in the prequel meant the sound was unusable and had to be duplicated after production.
He said: “They were advanced technology, but compared to us … they had huge umbilical cords coming out the back of the cameras and you couldn’t change the lenses. Or they could change the lenses, but it was would take half an hour. So everything was filmed on a zoom lens. The navels led to this big tent in the corner of the stage that was literally buzzing. It was so noisy. they created was just as frequent as the human voice. ”
The famous actor – who reprises his role as a Jedi Master in the new Disney mini-series “Obi-Wan Kenobi” – explained that the automatic replacement of dialogues was necessary in the post-production and that “none of the original dialogues recorded on set actually in the film.”
He told SlashFilm: “So we had to ADR every line of Episode 2. None of the original dialogues went through because the cameras were so, so new. None of the bugs have been developed yet. So compare that. what we do now, day and night! ”