14 Hidden Scenes in Star Wars Attack Of The Clones

Following is our collection of Star Wars Attack Of The Clones facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Star Wars Attack Of The Clones film message.

In Star Wars Episode 2, When Chancellor Palpatine asks Anakin to leave Obi-Wan or they'll never make it, Anakin's reply makes an interesting connection
In Star Wars Episode 2, When Chancellor Palpatine asks Anakin to leave Obi-Wan or they'll never make it, Anakin's reply makes an interesting connection
In Star Wars: Attack of the Clones(2002) the droid factory builds the shell of the droideka
In Star Wars: Attack of the Clones(2002) the droid factory builds the shell of the droideka

Star Wars Attack Of The Clones Movie Trivia Facts

These trivia from Reddit and other sources can be used as questions with answers in quizzes or games.

  1. Just watching The Searchers (1956), and noticed a very familiar shot. Lucas clearly drew inspiration when framing this sequence in Star Wars Episode 2 (2002).

Star Wars Attack Of The Clones Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - One of Romanian sculptor Constantin Br?ncu?i's 'Bird in Space' sculptures can be seen in Padme's quarters on Coruscant.
    One of Romanian sculptor Constantin Br?ncu?i's 'Bird in Space' sculptures can be seen in Padme's quarters on Coruscant.

Star Wars Attack Of The Clones Hidden Facts

1 - You can see the shadow of Jango Fett's head coming out of the helmet
You can see the shadow of Jango Fett's head coming out of the helmet
1 - Anakin and Padm? are talking on Tatooine, in Anakin's shadow you can see Vaders mask this is foreshadowing that Anakin wil become Darth Vader
Anakin and Padm? are talking on Tatooine, in Anakin's shadow you can see Vaders mask this is foreshadowing that Anakin wil become Darth Vader
1 - Only briefly shown in different scenes, Vader's silhouette is placed over Anakin when searching for his mother on tatooine.
Only briefly shown in different scenes, Vader's silhouette is placed over Anakin when searching for his mother on tatooine.
1 - You can see Jango Fett's jetpack spark for a frame after he's trampled by a Reek. A few scenes later he attempts to fly from Mace Windu but he's beheaded as a result of the jetpack failing.
You can see Jango Fett's jetpack spark for a frame after he's trampled by a Reek. A few scenes later he attempts to fly from Mace Windu but he's beheaded as a result of the jetpack failing.
1 - - When Anakin rides off to find his mother, the theme "Duel of the Fates" plays. This moment begins the inner duel for Anakin to balance the light and the dark within him.
- When Anakin rides off to find his mother, the theme "Duel of the Fates" plays. This moment begins the inner duel for Anakin to balance the light and the dark within him.

Ewan McGregor misses Jar Jar's eye line and (presumably) looks at the actor's eyes

1 - The Battle Droids and Clones are designed to physically look like their creators.
The Battle Droids and Clones are designed to physically look like their creators.

Jango Fett's JT-12 jetpack was damaged when he got run over by a Reek, causing him being unable to escape Mace Windu's attack, resulting in his death. This rhymes with Boba Fett's Z-6 jetpack damage in EP VI that launched him to his demise.

1 - Obi wan says 'why do i get the feeling you're going to be the death of me' which happens to come true in episode 4 in the movie series
Obi wan says 'why do i get the feeling you're going to be the death of me' which happens to come true in episode 4 in the movie series

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Star Wars Attack Of The Clones. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Documentary, Short
Stars Charles Bailey, Carol Bauman, Ahmed Best, Fon Davis