Production values weren't exactly what they are today back in 1980. The fine folks making Star Wars: Episode V had to improvise some of the asteroids in the movie with household objects, including shoes and potatoes:
"One of the asteroids in Star Wars 5: Empire Strikes Back was a potato."
There were a lot more behind-the-scenes changes and secrets that went down when making the Star Wars saga. For instance, one of the films had to change its title to remain canonically accurate, and only two of the movie's actors knew about the franchise's biggest twist:
"On the topic of Star Wars, originally, episode VI was going to be titled Revenge of the Jedi, but the title didn't make sense, because revenge implies anger, and Jedi aren't supposed to give in to anger, so the title was changed to Return of the Jedi.
Also, none of the actors knew of the big reveal with Vader in episode V, except Mark Hamill and James Earl Jones. Even the body of Vader, David Prowse, didn't know, and for that scene, he was told to tell Luke that Obi Wan killed Luke's father."
Titanic was one of the biggest movies of modern cinema in practically every realm, including production cost:
"The film 'Titanic' cost more than the boat Titanic. Yes, that does include inflation."
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