"Star Wars" bloopers simply had to exist even though they were never released ... until now. On Oct. 29, MSN Now reported that a bloopers reel from the original "Star Wars" film has hit the Internet and fans are going nuts watching the footage. Since "Star Wars" is considered a "groundbreaking science-fiction epic with never-before-seen special effects" (for its time), bloopers were only expected, right? Well now you can check them out.
"[This reel] is full of previously unreleased mistakes, flubbed lines and wardrobe malfunctions. One clip could even explain the Stormtroopers' notoriously bad aim," MSN Now reports.
The "Star Wars" bloopers video is different from many of the blooper reel that you may be used to seeing. For instance, almost the whole first minute is silent. The reel first made an appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego this summer. Thousands of fans have been trying everything they can to try and find something -- even just pieces of this epic piece of film history.
The video (seen above) was actually posted on Sunday, Oct. 27. Since its debut, nearly 2 million people have viewed it! That number is expected to grow as more people become intrigued.
Did the "Star Wars" bloopers reel interest you? What was your favorite part?
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