By Ryan Parsons | Image property of 20th Century Fox
Padme didn't have the wide hips required for pregnancy.
Everybody who enjoys the original Star Wars
trilogy more than the special edition, or has seen the Southpark episode
that makes fun of George Lucas' editing, knows that Lucas is willing to
change films right before and even after initial film release. Well, the
same goes for Star Wars
Revenge of the Sith.
There are a ton of people keeping track of every
single Revenge of the Sith movie still that has come out. Well,
don't expect all of these stills to look exactly the same when you hit the
theatres. Lucas has already added some digital inserts, and I would expect
that he plans to add even more. Here are a couple of the earlier changes
posted by ComingSoon.
[changes below-- SPOILERS]
During the childbirth, the lower half of Padme's body is now covered by some device (added digitally). Thus the scene is now inconsistent with what you see in the books, older stills etc...
Padme's last words are changed and her funeral is now even longer. There are more mourners (mostly human) and we see that she holds in her hand that wooden thing Anakin gave her in Episode 1.