Toys. Fish. Robots. Monsters. Feels. Not just my Christmas list but an abridged list of all the fine-crafted stories in Pixar’s arsenal. But 101 Facts is here to show you behind the curtain and beyond the toybox and give you some of the finest facts that the Pixarverse has to offer. We’re sad strange little men (and women) that have your pity, so give us a cheeky like too.
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There were far too many scenes to cover in Star Wars Attack of the Clones. Like why doesn’t anyone follow the money trail when the clone army is discovered being ordered by a long dead jedi? Why don’t the Cloners Aliens ever call to confirm someone will come get their giant army after waiting 10 years to grow them? Why does everyone just let Dooku walk around? Why does OB-1 not mention that Dooku says the senate is being manipulated by the Dark Lord of the Sith? Why not make that public? The HISHE would be over 30 minutes long and we might have collapsed trying to build all of those scenes. So we hope you enjoy the scenes we chose. It was a very fun episode to work on.
The Onion nails it in this article from early 2014:
The 5.2-billion-year-old celestial body, which is located roughly 1,100 light years from Earth, said that for both its own sake and that of its entire solar system, it can only hope to never possess the necessary planetary characteristics and chemical elements needed to support either a deep-space human outpost or, more gravely, an entire human colony.
via Jason Beale