According to The Daily Telegraph, “Star Wars Episode III” finished its principal photography at Sydney’s Fox Studios at 5.30pm yesterday. Over at the official site, it’s said the movie wrapped at 6:42 pm. Whatever the time, it’s done. "It’s almost unheard of for a major motion picture to come in under-schedule. I have the hard working and highly skilled crew, as well as our talented cast, to thank for such an achievement.", says producer Rick McCallum of the shoot, which came in five days shy. "Shooting the film is only a small part of the whole process," says McCallum. "George is enthusiastic about getting back to the Ranch and starting the next component. This will enable him to start thinking about what he needs to pick up when we shoot in March 2004. For George and I, this is only the mid-way point. We still have eighteen months to get through." On a side note, TheForce.net says an extra will be playing Grand Moff Tarkin – he’s got a mask on you see – for “Star Wars Episode III”.