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Comments for ‘Star Wars’ Officially Changes Darth Vader, James Earl Jones Replaced

James Earl Jones and David Prowse as Darth Vader

Credit: Lucasfilm

13 Comments

  1. Jake skywalker

    Review-bombed? You misspelled TRUTH. That show is absolutely craptastic! And TRUE fans know it

    1. Maclunkey

      “TRUE fans”.

      Jaysus…🙄

  2. Deanna

    David Prowse made Vader as much as James Earl Jones back in the day, and it’s a shame he was left off of the roll call.

    1. Laurie S

      Agreed. This Vader is odd to watch. It is like watching someone walking around in costume. Whoever it is isn’t owning the character. The changed mannerisms are distracting.

  3. Mason

    Nobody talked about Reva’s skin color until Disney brought it up.

    1. Jordan

      Not true. People tried to say she only got it because she was black and some were saying worse things than that

  4. Mason

    Nobody talked about Reva’s skin color until Disney brought it up. Seriously not one person said I don’t like Reva because she is black. People said they didn’t like Reva because she was written poorly. Honestly deep down I do feel like she was a diversity hire.

  5. Greg

    Then why is JEJ in the Credits at the end of the show as being Vader’s voice?

  6. William

    I’m surprised how Disney had Christianson being the voice of Darth Vader.

    1. BS

      …they didn’t. There’s no indication or proof that Hayden was involved in the voice in any way. It’s all fanboy speculation, and it makes no sense. Hayden. Doesn’t. Voice. Vader.

  7. BS

    There’s no indication or proof that Hayden was involved in the voice of Vader in any way. It’s all fanboy speculation, and it makes no sense. Hayden. Doesn’t. Voice. Vader.

  8. David

    So it was JEJ’s voice or just a recreation? JEJ is in the credits – just a technicality?

  9. Mechafx

    In my opinion Hayden makes a better (?) Anakin than Vader, so that’s probably why he looks weird walking around in Vader gear. He should be more observant and respectful of the character and at least try to act “Vaderish”, though. He should know from past experiences that the SW fan community is definitely watching and will be mercilessly critical if he goofs up. In canon, I always thought Darth Vader’s voice sounded the way it did via the use of a vocoder or was microphone enhanced anyway. That’s why he sounded different and more imposing than he did as Anakin the Jedi. Just my 2.

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