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Entertainment One Of The Most Controversial Star Wars Scenes Just Got A Really Weird Edit

06:35  14 november  2019
06:35  14 november  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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The scene was edited later to show Greedo firing first because, in the words of “ Star Wars ” creator George Lucas, he didn’t want his Just before he shoots at Han Solo, Greedo yells something that sounds like “Maclunkey!” In the Disney+ version of Star Wars Greedo now shouts "MACLUNKEY"

The scene was edited later to show Greedo firing first because, in the words of “ Star Wars ” creator George Lucas, he didn’t want his Just before he shoots at Han Solo, Greedo yells something that sounds like “Maclunkey!” Most of Greedo’s words, spoken in his own language, were accompanied by

Harrison Ford posing for the camera: Han Solo, Greedo © Disney Han Solo, Greedo

It’s the strange word heard ’round the galaxy ― or at least ’round Star Wars fandom ― and it sounds a lot like “Maclunkey!” 

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A New Hope famously featured Harrison Ford’s Han Solo firing first at the bounty hunter Greedo during an encounter at the Mos Eisley cantina on Tatooine. 

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The scene was edited later to show Greedo firing first because – in the words of Star Wars creator George Lucas – he didn’t want his hero to be a “cold-blooded killer.” 

The change ticked off fans and spawned a cottage industry in “Han Shot First” T-shirts. 

The new edition unveiled this week tweaked that sequence again. Just before he shoots at Han Solo, Greedo yells something that sounds like “Maclunkey!” 

Most of Greedo’s words, spoken in his own language, were accompanied by English captions. “Maclunkey!” was not.

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An iconic Star Wars scene has been altered yet again. The famous and much -debated “Han shot first” But a previous version of the scene was somewhat clunkily re- edited in 1997’s Special Edition to show Just for comparison, here’s the original scene from Star Wars . # starwars #maclunkey

The edit became one of the most controversial moments in Star Wars history. Oh my god. Most fans acknowledge that seeing an original version of George Lucas’ 1977 Star Wars film is unlikely, but they can probably all agree on one thing: stop messing around with one of Han Solo’s most iconic

Stranger still, Disney said the addition ― a single odd exclamation ― was done by George Lucas himself. 

A Disney rep told The Verge that the Star Wars creator made the alteration before the company acquired his Lucasfilm company in a $4 billion deal in 2012. 

Several fans and the website Slate discovered that the phrase was actually “ma klounkee.” It was used in the 1999 prequel The Phantom Menace and means “I’ll end you”.

The Verge also reported that Han and Greedo now simultaneously shoot at each other.

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Garrett McDowell of Letterboxd posted a comparison showing how the scene had changed over the years:

Whether it’s “Maclunkey” or “ma klounkee” (or something else entirely), the unexpected addition had Star Wars fans talking:

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