Steve Bannon, the troll shaped former Trump staffer, is making news again. This time it is not for his false political narrative, but for his secret past as an actor. The Breitbart editor’s acting past includes the ever reviled Star Wars prequel, The Phantom Menace.
Upon meeting Steve Bannon, Star Wars kingpin George Lucas fell in love with the troll shaped humanoid. Lucas immediately cast Bannon as the Gungan leader Boss Nass. Not only did this fill a crucial role for the plot of Episode 1, but saved millions in special effects. The way that Bannon’s gelatinous chins jiggled were the very motions that Lucas desired in the character. This did require the chins to be scaled down for the 3-D version. Just as in real life, a movie version of Steve Bannon frightens children.
Steve Bannon’s dialog in the film is based on the way he speaks in real life. Bannon’s inability to not slobber when speaking heavily influenced Nass’ vocabulary. Slurred speech and nonsensical phrasing became a trademark of the Gungan characters in the film. Much like the relationship between the Gungans and the Naboo, Bannon does not get along with the human race at all. Acting in the film is not the only contribution Steve Bannon made to Star Wars. Much of the sand, grime, and filth used to create Tattoine came from his many fat rolls and skin lesions. Ironically, Nass ended up fighting against evil, while in real life, Steve Bannon supports evil.
We reached out to Steve Bannon for comment, he responded by wiping the drool from his many chins and said “Yousa no tinken yousa greater den da Breitbart? Mesa like dis. maybe wesa… bein’ friends.” The staff here at AL vomited in their mouths just a bit.