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My additions to L3-37 Edit

Is what I added to L3 good for a starting point for others to work over? I tried to add as much information as I could from what I could remember from the movie. I hope I didn't state any false facts. If so, I request for people to look over this page and to check that everything is true. Also, can someone rename "Bar" and give it a better title, that was all I could think of since I can't find the name of the place or think of a good title for it anyways. I hope that it helps to give a better description about L3 for I think that she is an awesome character, and a funny one too!

--Clobsters (talk) 04:57, May 27, 2018 (UTC)

One computerEdit

Do we know if the dialogue from Threepio confirms that L3 is one of the three computers/brains of the Falcon? If it is then we could add TLJ Novel to the list since it refers to the three droid computers/brains personalities--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 03:26, June 9, 2018 (UTC)

edit blocked by spam filter Edit

Guess anonymous editors can't link to YouTube. The clip is not pirated; it's on The Tonight Show's official YouTube channel, and Jimmy Fallon says Disney provided the photo. Should this go in the L3-37 article, the Phoebe Waller-Bridge article, or both? or are pics like this already in the DVD/Blu-Ray bonus features?

My proposed edit to L3-37#Behind the scenes, with "link" in bold, and a sentence moved from one paragraph to the next (grouping stuff about the actress in one, stuff about the droid in the other):

L3-37 was portrayed via motion-capture by Phoebe Waller-Bridge in the 2018 Star Wars Anthology film Solo: A Star Wars Story.[1] (Disney provided a photo of the actress in costume on set for her interview with The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which is [youtube DOT com SLASH watch?v=Xbct9GCgg_8&t=212 available for viewing] on The Tonight Show's official YouTube channel.) Waller-Bridge's casting in the film was first announced on February 21, 2017.[2][3]
The name L3-37 is a reference to LEET, the act of replacing certain letters of a word with numbers, often done on the Internet.[4] The character was conceived in conversations between former directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and screenwriters Lawrence and Jon Kasdan...

The above link goes to the middle of the YouTube vid, when they start discussing Solo. The pics come ~40-50 seconds later:

  • Waller-Bridge in mo-cap costume youtube DOT com SLASH watch?v=Xbct9GCgg_8?t=255
  • side-by-side of costume and CGI youtube DOT com SLASH watch?v=Xbct9GCgg_8?t=261 04:32, February 24, 2019 (UTC)

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