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Old 08-27-2012, 02:27 PM
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Default Expect double the 'Star Wars' 3D in late 2013

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-...-in-late-2013/

Quote: "Lucasfilm and Twentieth Century Fox announced today an epic sci-fi 3D doubleheader for fall 2013: "Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones" and "Episode III Revenge of the Sith" arrive in theaters during consecutive months next year."
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Old 08-27-2012, 10:32 PM
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Nice! Be nice to see them up on the big screen one more time, as it was with Episode I. 3D or not.
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When we get to Star Wars and Empire then I might. But probably skip these ones.
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Episode I in the theater this winter was horrible. Not a single audience reaction and one of the most sluggish movie experiences ever for me.

I wouldn't mind seeing the third one in the theater again, but I'd rather just see the Original Trilogy in 3D.
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If it says "Star Wars", I go see it.
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I'd rather just see the Original Trilogy in 3D.
Unfortunately that won't happen. They are going to be the special, special, special, special editions that are on the blu-ray sets. I may still see IV-VI in 3D though, but I would never pay another cent to see I-III. I was really happy that the hype for Episode I 3D was fairly low key.
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Unfortunately that won't happen. They are going to be the special, special, special, special editions that are on the blu-ray sets. I may still see IV-VI in 3D though, but I would never pay another cent to see I-III. I was really happy that the hype for Episode I 3D was fairly low key.
Yeah, I would never expect George to release the versions all of the longtime fans remember. :/
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Alas, sadly, George does not regard the longtime fans when it comes to what he deems is his definitive vision of Star Wars...and those are the special editions. But, it's his universe, his property, and he's free to do what he will. George still sees Star Wars as an incomplete canvas. I suppose he always will as long as the technology evolves to where he can make even more and more changes until...hell...until the day he dies I guess...and then at that, I wonder if he would die happy with how he evolved his films looks.

The only things I had probs with in the special edition of the trilogy were Greedo shooting first, and Darth Vader's redubbed line in The Empire Strikes Back ("Alert my star destroyer to prepare for my arrival!") Didn't even sound like James Earl Jones. And the line was completely unnecessary.

Didn't really care for the "NO! NOOOOOO!" in RotJ either, but at least it wasn't as cringeworthy as I thought it would be.
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