The Jedi Purge Made Real In Incredible PhotoRealistic Star Wars Fan Film

The Jedi Purge Made Real In Incredible, Photo-Realistic Star Wars Fan Film

An amazingly animated, hyper-realistic Star Wars fan film shows the infamous Jedi purge from new perspectives and imagines its aftermath.

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A hyper-realistic Star Wars fan film has shown the Jedi purge from new perspectives. The Jedi Purge, which came as a result of Emperor Palpatine’s Order 66, was first shown in the final film of George Lucas’ prequel trilogy, The Revenge of the Sith. The moment is a poignant one for many fans, who saw some of their most beloved characters being betrayed and killed by the previously loyal clone troopers.

Star Wars fans got to learn more about the events leading up to the Jedi Purge in the final season of Dave Filoni’s animated series The Clone Wars, released to Disney +. The series showed how fan-favourite character, and Padawan to Anakin Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano fit into the event, as well as whether she survived it. The Jedi Purge is one of the prequel trilogy’s most memorable moments, with multiple books and games dedicated to exploring its impact and aftermath.

Now, in a video from YouTube channel Cinematic Captures, fans get a chance to take another look at the Jedi Purge. The fan-made video, titled The Dark Times, shows Jedi being killed by their clone troopers, and Darth Vader’s troops hunting down fugitive force-users. The Dark Times features astounding animation, including stand-out scenes of the Jedi temple on Coruscant. Check out the video below:

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Star Wars fans have always been keen to learn more about all elements of the films, and so will appreciate the chance to see another perspective on the Jedi Purge. The animation, which might be even more impressive than some of the series’ own work, should blow fans away with its hyper-realistic landscapes and design. Showing classic characters including Darth Vader, Darth Maul, and Ahsoka Tano also hits on a nostalgic element, which could see some fans getting a bit emotional as well as excited.

Since the recent Disney sequel trilogy ended, Star Wars fans have been treated to Disney+ TV series instead of new films. The Bad Batch is an animated follow-up to The Clone Wars, while the immensely popular The Mandalorian has explored new aspects of the Star Wars universe, showing that there’s plenty more story to tell in between the events of Lucas’ original trilogy and the sequels. The Mandalorian season 3 is currently in filming and is expected to hit screens at some point in 2022. Plenty of Star Wars spinoff films have been proposed, such as Patty Jenkins’ Rogue Squadron, but they have mostly encountered significant development issues. Star Wars fans will hope that, until more films are released to theatres, fan-films like The Dark Times can continue to fill the gap.

Source: Cinematic Captures

James is a freelance writer from the UK. When he’s not watching Star Trek or playing Skyrim, he’s probably surfing or walking his dog. After graduating from the University of York with a degree in bioarchaeology, James covered international science news and worked as an editor before joining Screen Rant’s entertainment team.

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