How George Lucas Secretly "Voiced" General Grievous In Revenge Of The Sith
George Lucas helped create an iconic Star Wars sound in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. The Star Wars experience has always been heavily reliant on sound effects; it’s an integral part of the franchise’s storytelling and immerses the viewer into its fantastical galaxy. Who can forget the first time they heard a lightsaber ignite, the whoosh of the blades as they clash against one another, the distinctive beeps of each droid, or the sound a TIE fighter makes as it charges towards the Rebellion’s ships? These sounds make the Star Wars galaxy come alive.
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