CHICAGO, IL - APRIL 14:  A cosplayer dressed as Darth Vader attends Star Wars Celebration at McCormick Place Convention Center on April 14, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/FilmMagic)


Quentin Tarantino’s Star Wars: The Fan-Made Video Too Good To Be True

In a fan-made concept video using artificial intelligence, YouTuber Yellow Medusa envisions Quentin Tarantino's storytelling style, taking on George Lucas' "Star Wars: A New Hope."

Samuel L. Jackson, a collaborator of both Tarantino and Lucas, narrates the film. It would feature the director's trademark interconnected storylines presented in chapters.

In the opening chapter, Leonardo DiCaprio takes on the role of Luke Skywalker, working with Obi-Wan Kenobi in a blood-riddled saga to seek vengeance for the death of his parents.

Chapter two tracks Han Solo and Chewbacca's journey, presenting it as an exhilarating and epic gangster narrative with a unique perspective on the lives of smugglers and bandits.

The final chapter presents a chaotic version of Princess Leia's side quest aboard the Death Star, inspired from the character Shosanna in Tarintino’s “Inglorious Basterds.”

The reimagining continues with Emperor Palpatine as a film buff enjoying “Tatooine Westerns on 35MM” and turns the anxious C-3PO fearless with a gun, embodying the Terminator.

Unclear if Tarantino would ever direct, fans strongly desire it. One fan responded to the video, stating, “Somebody please make this happen [...] whatever his prices to do it!!!”