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They used CGI with motion capture technology along with hiring the actor who played her in a deleted scene from Episode 3. They also used stock footage from Episode 6 of Mon Mothma's face and blended that with the new actor´s motion capture footage. This is how they got Mon Mothma back for Rogue One.


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Darth Vader was likely quite dismissive of the notion that anyone could become "more powerful" after dying. Anakin's entire character arc in the prequel trilogy was driven by loss and the measures he would take to prevent it. He took each loss personally, as a failure or reflection of weakness on his own part. He had prophetic nightmares about his mother's ...


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I do not think there is a definite answer, only speculation. While other answers may be right in that perhaps Force Ghosts may not be a concern to Vader, despite that we do eventually learn they can evolve to be able to interact in the material world (Yoda: Force Lightening, The Last Jedi), that doesn't mean that there are not other kinds of "entities" or ...


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"Hokey old fashioned religion" is a phrase used at some stage. When all else fails (or is about to) the old man is attempting to utilise FUD.


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@Snow mentions the 'ghosts' that the Force allows for, but that Vader probably feels they're of limited threat to him. A martyr is a powerful figurehead though, but only if the "cult" around them is allowed to take root. This seems like the most likely explanation, given the depth of the Star Wars plots. I seriously doubt the thought into the line went as ...


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Death is Powerful Motivator When Obi-Wan says this line, it's because he believes that Luke witnessing a new mentor's death would push Luke to become the Jedi he needs in order to confront and hopefully save his father and the Galaxy. But this line of thought (striking down in order to motivate) appears in each first film, in each Skywalker Saga trilogy (A ...


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