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Direct from the Dark Room, Tarkin!

Direct from the Dark Room, Tarkin!
Clint

We’ve been mentioning thatTheForce.net have solid word that the character of Grand Moff Tarkin [played in the original “Star Wars” trilogy by Peter Cushing] might be one of the best kept secrets of the imminent “Star Wars Episode III”. According to scoopers for the site, an extra is playing the character, with a mask on that looks a great deal like the late Cushing. Now, there’s attestation, and it’s just kicking. According to an insider who took some snaps, the picture of this character was situated on a wall just inside the entrance. Click on the photo on the right – one of the first shots of the new younger Tarkin – to check out more pics of the new, improved, slightly younger Vader assistant and get the full lowdown.

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Clint is the creator, editor and maintainer of Moviehole. Loves David Lynch, David Fincher... actually, any filmmaker by the name of David.

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