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'Star Wars' to get the 3-D treatment

 

Lucasfilm has been hinting at a new rerelease for several years

 

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If you've ever wondered what Princess Leia's cinnamon-roll hairdo looks like in three dimensions, you're in luck.

 

Lucasfilm has announced that it's giving all six "Star Wars" movies another rerelease, this time in 3-D. "The Phantom Menace" will be first on the slate, with a release due in 2012, Variety reports.

 

The company has been hinting for several years that it might do 3-D versions of the saga, and the recent boom in 3-D films led to the announcement late Tuesday. John Knoll, the visual effects supervisor for Industrial Light & Magic, is overseeing the conversion and tells Variety, "It's not going to look like [other 3-D conversions] we've seen in the past."

 

One thing the new versions won't contain is more playing around with the original trilogy's visual effects. "Star Wars" mastermind George Lucas updated a number of effects shots for the 1997 rerelease of "Star Wars," "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi," to the displeasure of a lot of fans.

 

Lucasfilm hasn't determined the timing of all six 3-D releases yet. It will depend in part on how quickly the conversion from two dimensions goes.

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Yawn to Mr. Lucas and all his money making gimmicks. Let me know when they do a re-release that changes the entire cast into nude 19 yr old college girls. :quagmire:

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Yawn to Mr. Lucas and all his money making gimmicks. Let me know when they do a re-release that changes the entire cast into nude 19 yr old college girls. :quagmire:

 

True That!!!

 

Or how bout finishing the last three movies in the series???

 

Or how about erasing the three "prequels" entirely?

 

Man, it honks me off when I hear some young toad refer to the original "Star Wars" as "Episode IV: A New Hope" nowadays... :hammer:

 

But anyway... meh, not really interested in seeing the oldies converted to 3D... George got my $$ again for all three in the 90s when he re-released'em as the "Special Editions"

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Yawn to Mr. Lucas and all his money making gimmicks. Let me know when they do a re-release that changes the entire cast into nude 19 yr old college girls. :quagmire:

 

True That!!!

 

Or how bout finishing the last three movies in the series???

 

Or how about erasing the three "prequels" entirely?

 

Man, it honks me off when I hear some young toad refer to the original "Star Wars" as "Episode IV: A New Hope" nowadays... :hammer:

 

But anyway... meh, not really interested in seeing the oldies converted to 3D... George got my $$ again for all three in the 90s when he re-released'em as the "Special Editions"

 

:agree:

 

The original 3 films are classics, leave them alone. I only watch the originals, never the remastered versions, which I hated. Jabba The Hutt in 'Star Wars' was rubbish (and completely unnecessary).

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Yawn to Mr. Lucas and all his money making gimmicks. Let me know when they do a re-release that changes the entire cast into nude 19 yr old college girls. :quagmire:

 

True That!!!

 

Or how bout finishing the last three movies in the series???

 

Or how about erasing the three "prequels" entirely?

 

Man, it honks me off when I hear some young toad refer to the original "Star Wars" as "Episode IV: A New Hope" nowadays... :hammer:

 

But anyway... meh, not really interested in seeing the oldies converted to 3D... George got my $$ again for all three in the 90s when he re-released'em as the "Special Editions"

 

:agree:

 

The original 3 films are classics, leave them alone. I only watch the originals, never the remastered versions, which I hated. Jabba The Hutt in 'Star Wars' was rubbish (and completely unnecessary).

 

Well said!!

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Oh GOOD LORD!! Why re-release the movies AGAIN in 3-D??? Why not, just finish up the series by FINALLY releasing Episodes VII VIII and IX???? Sorry as someone who, because of eye problems, simply can't SEE 3-D?? I don't get all excited about it....

 

Oh and I saw the Special Editions too?? And, with the exception of a couple scenes, I prefer the Originals.... They completely fucked up the music in Jedi on the Special Edition....

 

I Just hope, when they are released on Blu-Ray?? They have the brains to release episodes IV V and VI with both the original AND Special editions in the same package.... :tumbsup:

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Oh GOOD LORD!! Why re-release the movies AGAIN in 3-D??? Why not, just finish up the series by FINALLY releasing Episodes VII VIII and IX???? Sorry as someone who, because of eye problems, simply can't SEE 3-D?? I don't get all excited about it....

 

Oh and I saw the Special Editions too?? And, with the exception of a couple scenes, I prefer the Originals.... They completely fucked up the music in Jedi on the Special Edition....

 

I Just hope, when they are released on Blu-Ray?? They have the brains to release episodes IV V and VI with both the original AND Special editions in the same package.... :tumbsup:

Yeah I can't see 3-D either. So if this new 3-D fad takes off big time I guess I'm up shit creek.

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