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Star Wars Stunt Coordinator Selling Lightsaber from Sith’s Revenge

Star Wars stunt coordinator Nick Guillard is auctioning some of the great lightsaber from Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Galactic credits may be “bad” here, but the Prop Store has announced that it will hold a live auction starting December 1st-watching a collection of Star Wars movie souvenirs go under the hammer. December 2. The entertainment auction roster contains over 110 Star Wars lots with all sorts of props, costumes and production ephemera, and is said to be worth more than $ 5.6 million.

Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Hero Lightsaber (Image Credit: Prop Store)

The auction includes some lightsaber props from Guillard’s personal collection. The man who choreographed the iconic lightsaber duel in the first part of Star Wars offered Ewan McGregor’s hero lightsaber from his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi. It is estimated to sell between $ 105,600 and $ 158,400. Christensen is also listed as part of the auction. Gillian previously shared some fascinating insights into how the epic duel at Mustafar was created. The moment has come. You can hear more about the story in the video below:“We had never seen a young Jedi fighting as prime minister, so George [Lucas] Gillian told the Prop Store about creating a republican Jedi combat style. “He wanted everything in Star Wars, not just combat. Not only props, costumes, and the like-to get acquainted with it.

“So you have to do it based on what people know. If it’s a gun, he rejects some very smooth space guns for those with a little flintlock. I would have had something to recognize, so I had a kendo-based fighting style, but I also wanted to use all the cool sword styles and get married together. . “Darth Vader's Hero Lightsaber (Image Credit: Prop Store)

Darth Vader’s Hero Lightsaber (Image Credit: Prop Store)

The next auction will include lots of Star Wars Phantom Menace Ewan McGregor and Liam Neeson combat props. It features a more carefully choreographed sequence. Gillian called this particular stunt film “the most demanding thing he did in those films,” because he explained that the actors were expected to participate in regular rehearsals leading up to production.

“”They usually come 6-8 weeks before shooting and rehearse for at least 4 hours a day, but Hayden [Christensen] It often takes 8 hours every day! “Jillian revealed. [McGregor] I also spent a lot of time on all three movies. He does a great job. A brave, smart and natural athlete, he wants to get it right. “

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This is a detail of the Star Wars souvenirs that will be offered at upcoming live auctions at the Prop Store.

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) Star Wars Hero Lightsaber: Revenge of the Sith (estimated $ 105,600- $ 158,400).
  • Star Wars Stormtrooper Blaster: Jedi’s Return (estimated $ 66,000- $ 92,400).
  • Star Wars Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen) Hero Lightsaber: Revenge of the Sith (estimated $ 52,800- $ 105,600).
  • Star Wars Light Up Remote Control R2-S8 Droid: Solo: Star Wars Story. (Estimated $ 52,800- $ 79,200).
  • Screen-matched Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Guinness) Star Wars Home and Moisture Vaporator Model Miniature: New Hope-Special Edition (estimated $ 33,000- $ 46,200).
  • Star Wars Hoss Level Trooper A295 Blaster Rifle: Empire Strikes Back (estimated $ 26,400- $ 39,600).
  • Fight Lightsaber with Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) Star Wars Blade: Phantom Menace (estimated $ 52,800- $ 79,200).
  • Star Wars Stormtrooper Suit: The Mandalorian (estimated $ 10,560- $ 15,840).
  • Star Wars Full Size Dewback Head: New Hope (Estimated $ 26,400- $ 39,600).
  • Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) Fights Star Wars Lightsaber: Phantom Menace (estimated $ 13,200- $ 19,800).

The Prop Store will host a virtual preview exhibition event via social media for the auction, giving you the opportunity to see the props up close and ask the experts. Registration is accepted here.
Adele Ankers is a freelance entertainment journalist.You can reach her twitter..

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