Most of the dialogue scenes are done one of two ways - either characters walking somewhere, or people sitting down, usually on a couch ... When we have a scene that starts with characters walking, they'll usually slow down and then stop. Then we'll go to whats called shot/reverse shot - basic over the shoulder camera angles of two people talking to each other. This is the most basic and simplistic way to shoot dialogue scenes ...
As with Boba Fett, Lucas also toyed with the idea of inserting another of his fans' favorite characters into EPISODE III: Han Solo. Of course, he would be much younger - only about ten years old. This idea made it into the rough draft of the screenplay. Concept art was approved, dialogue was written, and the character was inserted into the Kashyyyk battle scenes as a helpful kid who actually plays a role in finding the elusive General Grievous' location, to the delight of Jedi Master Yoda.
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