The first film's crawl was a kind of opening punch line, a minor infobox. The crawl returned in the second film. It was a general announcement of what was coming. The third film was a whole different beast. The crawl wasn't even needed, because whenever a character ventured out, he was announced as he left the screen. The only time it returned was for a close-up shot of Luke taking his very first steps in Return of the Jedi. That was the only opening crawl that wasn't shot.
The crawl returns at the end of the second film when Han Solo explodes out of hyperspace, and Lucas says that it was 3 years after the first film. The following year, the crawl returns in the third film, and is used once more at the end of the film, when Darth Vader and the Emperor are trapped in the carbonite chamber. In Return of the Jedi, the crawl is gone, and the newly-named Luke Skywalker flies solo out of his bedroom window.
Some of the actors who played the main characters in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Edit said that they felt like they were working in theater, which makes sense given how the film was shot nearly entirely in front of a large audience. Everyone in the cast had to do the character's lines, and would get yelled at by Sean S. (Mark Hamill) for his acting if he didn't do them right. As a result, the lines didn't generally reflect the dialogue from the film.
The third movie was the first film to use almost entirely computer animation. While there were still numerous manipulations using live-action elements on top of the digital animation, this is where the [[Star]]Wars name took off, and jumped up by itself. It was the first film to set up a long term franchise.
So the "spin off" movie is called Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and it comes out in December 16. No word on how this one go in movie. Just a teaser and a teaser alone. But the title of this movie say "Older Han Solo" and ladies and gentlemen "Rogue One" have romantic feelings for "Older Han Solo" and "Rogue One" want to decide "Older Han Solo" to go with to the wedding in the wedding hall. What a beautiful day are. Is that all? A long time ago in a galaxy far away, the romantic feelings are mentioned. Finally, the music is used in the teaser. What a beautiful combination. The music in this teaser is reminiscent of ancient Greek tragedies and NaNoWTK13. With music as the protagonist. Frankly speaking, I always want to see Star Wars again in 2016 or not. I don't want to see the final movie in 2018. This is the best time ever. d2c66b5586