James Earl Jones officially retires as Darth Vader from Star Wars

James Earl Jones is officially retiring as the voice of Darth Vader from Star Wars as he hands over the voting rights to Lucasfilm and Respeecher.

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An icon is ending his time in a franchise as James Earl Jones has officially retired war of stars‘ Darth Vader.

The Oscar winner first made his debut as an icon war of stars Villain in the original 1977 film who provided voice for the Sith Lord while David Prowse physically portrayed the character. Jones would provide Darth Vader with most of the follow-up voice performances on both the big and small screens in the franchise.

vanity fair has announced that James Earl Jones has transferred his voting rights as war of starsDarth Vader officially retiring from the role. The rights to the reel are now owned by Lucasfilm and Ukrainian AI audio company Respeecher, who previously worked on it Boba Fett’s book and Obi Wan Kenobi. Despite his departure from the role, both studios are reportedly still discussing their plans for Vader with Jones and “follow his advice on staying on course.



Source: vanity fair

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