EXCLUSIVE: DARTH VADER Designer Brian Muir Talks STAR WARS EPISODE 7


Whilst at Dublin Comic-con over the weekend I was fortunate enough to talk to Brian Muir, the man who designed and sculpted Darth Vader’s iconic helmet based on Ralph McQuarrie’s famous illustrations. Here’s what he had to say regarding Episode VII and more:

What do you think of STAR WARS EPISODE 7?

Well as far as I know they’re going back to the original three films and trying to get the same feeling as that. It’s very early stages at the moment, but the design team are already working away at the studios.

And do you want Darth Vader to return?

I’d love to see Darth Vader come back but seeing that they killed him off I don’t see how, but it’s possible.

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