What motivated Topher Grace to fan-edit all three Star Wars prequels into a single 85-minute movie? “It has helped my acting — editing something that didn’t have me in it,” he tells HuffPo. “There’s this expression that it’s written three times: during the script, when you’re filming it and when you’re editing it. And I believe that’s wrong. I think it’s written once, in editing — and everything is clay for that. And I wanted to learn about it — I thought it would be neat.” But while fanboys may have delighted in a Star Wars movie that omits Jake Lloyd and Jar-Jar, will they get behind Grace’s next project? “I want to do Close Encounters — just a faster-paced one.” Who needs all five tones anyway?