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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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Might as well show these pictures, Just to look back at LucasArts as a whole.

 

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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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I heard a rumor that Harrison Ford will return. I like him, but he's getting a little old. His age shows in the "42" trailer.
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^ return in Star Wars 7 I meant.
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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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^ return in Star Wars 7 I meant.

The rumor is him, Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker), AND Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia) are returning.

Which makes me hope that Episodes VII, VIII, and XI will be based around the "Thrawn Trilogy" novels or the "Dark Empire Trilogy" comics. Hoping more for "Dark Empire Trilogy" though. :smileyhappy:

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How about how Lucas rebutchered remastered the original Return of the Jedi to put the new Anakin Skywalker in there?  So lame.

 

Just leave it alone!  If you pick at it, it will never heal.

 

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What about Jar Jar? I know how much Star Wars fans like Jar Jar/kidding.
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DrGadget wrote:

HeavensLightfire wrote:

 


How about how Lucas rebutchered remastered the original Return of the Jedi to put the new Anakin Skywalker in there?  So lame.

 

Just leave it alone!  If you pick at it, it will never heal.

 


He made plenty of little "edits" in the 80's, to "Star Wars," most noticeably, by giving it the subtitle "Episode IV: A New Hope"

Then he craps on re-releases the original trilogy in '97 as "Special Editions" with "bonus" **bleep** content, followed by spitting on them adding more garbage on the 2004 DVD release, and finally he decides to re-releas$e them in 3-D. (which Disney thankfully cancelled the remaining films.) He is a joke. It's like he was scared to do something new with his franchise, since the prequels were criticized so much.

 

We can talk awhile about what Lucas did to the original Star Wars trilogy, but it was his films, he of course had the right to do anything he wanted to them. He even said he did all those edits for himself and not the fans. It was up to us fans to decide whether or not to spend out money on watching them.

 

Sadly, I paid to see all three special editions in the theatre, in '97. I paid for the VHS box set of the Special Editions.

But, in the end, I refused to buy the 2004 DVD release and 2011 blu-ray release.

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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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HorrorGod wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

HeavensLightfire wrote:

 


How about how Lucas rebutchered remastered the original Return of the Jedi to put the new Anakin Skywalker in there?  So lame.

 

Just leave it alone!  If you pick at it, it will never heal.

 


He made plenty of little "edits" in the 80's, to "Star Wars," most noticeably, by giving it the subtitle "Episode IV: A New Hope"

Then he craps on re-releases the original trilogy in '97 as "Special Editions" with "bonus" **bleep** content, followed by spitting on them adding more garbage on the 2004 DVD release, and finally he decides to re-releas$e them in 3-D. (which Disney thankfully cancelled the remaining films.) He is a joke. It's like he was scared to do something new with his franchise, since the prequels were criticized so much.

 

We can talk awhile about what Lucas did to the original Star Wars trilogy, but it was his films, he of course had the right to do anything he wanted to them. He even said he did all those edits for himself and not the fans. It was up to us fans to decide whether or not to spend out money on watching them.

 

Sadly, I paid to see all three special editions in the theatre, in '97. I paid for the VHS box set of the Special Editions.

But, in the end, I refused to buy the 2004 DVD release and 2011 blu-ray release.


I had no idea why Lucas decided to "re-master" the original trilogy in the Special Editions. I still own the original releases on VHS which Im proud of. ((Which includes the original Star Wars)). Watching them over again, Episode VI seemed to have the most changes to it. What irritates me is how he just shoved CGI in all of them in the 1997 versions when they were released. Don't get me wrong, I would rather watch the 97' ones than the 2004 ones. I think those are the ones that simply killed it for me.  Using Hayden Christensen as Anakin and replacing Sebastian Shaw was heartbreaking, Shaw is Darth Vader, not that whiny immature brat known as Anakin. The song got changed in teh 97' version at the end of the Episode VI, and I think that's an ok change but I do prefer the original.  The 2011 re-release? Do I need to bring up the worst possible edit that Lucas could have done to Vader?

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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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HeavensLightfire wrote:

HorrorGod wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

HeavensLightfire wrote:

 


How about how Lucas rebutchered remastered the original Return of the Jedi to put the new Anakin Skywalker in there?  So lame.

 

Just leave it alone!  If you pick at it, it will never heal.

 


He made plenty of little "edits" in the 80's, to "Star Wars," most noticeably, by giving it the subtitle "Episode IV: A New Hope"

Then he craps on re-releases the original trilogy in '97 as "Special Editions" with "bonus" **bleep** content, followed by spitting on them adding more garbage on the 2004 DVD release, and finally he decides to re-releas$e them in 3-D. (which Disney thankfully cancelled the remaining films.) He is a joke. It's like he was scared to do something new with his franchise, since the prequels were criticized so much.

 

We can talk awhile about what Lucas did to the original Star Wars trilogy, but it was his films, he of course had the right to do anything he wanted to them. He even said he did all those edits for himself and not the fans. It was up to us fans to decide whether or not to spend out money on watching them.

 

Sadly, I paid to see all three special editions in the theatre, in '97. I paid for the VHS box set of the Special Editions.

But, in the end, I refused to buy the 2004 DVD release and 2011 blu-ray release.


I had no idea why Lucas decided to "re-master" the original trilogy in the Special Editions. I still own the original releases on VHS which Im proud of. ((Which includes the original Star Wars)). Watching them over again, Episode VI seemed to have the most changes to it. What irritates me is how he just shoved CGI in all of them in the 1997 versions when they were released. Don't get me wrong, I would rather watch the 97' ones than the 2004 ones. I think those are the ones that simply killed it for me.  Using Hayden Christensen as Anakin and replacing Sebastian Shaw was heartbreaking, Shaw is Darth Vader, not that whiny immature brat known as Anakin. The song got changed in teh 97' version at the end of the Episode VI, and I think that's an ok change but I do prefer the original.  The 2011 re-release? Do I need to bring up the worst possible edit that Lucas could have done to Vader?


Same here. I own 3 sets of the Star Wars trilogy on VHS. One of them being the '97 Special Editions.

And I agree about the preference of the '97 versions over the 2004 versions. A friend had told me about all the changes, before I had even gotten a chance to pick up a set, which was the reason I never bought it.

Even if Disney was to just re-release the '97 Special Editions on blu-ray, I'd be happy.

The only real major complaint I had in that was with Han Solo shooting second. I could look past all the excessive CGI.

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Re: Disney shuts down LucasArts

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HorrorGod wrote:

HeavensLightfire wrote:

HorrorGod wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

HeavensLightfire wrote:

 


How about how Lucas rebutchered remastered the original Return of the Jedi to put the new Anakin Skywalker in there?  So lame.

 

Just leave it alone!  If you pick at it, it will never heal.

 


He made plenty of little "edits" in the 80's, to "Star Wars," most noticeably, by giving it the subtitle "Episode IV: A New Hope"

Then he craps on re-releases the original trilogy in '97 as "Special Editions" with "bonus" **bleep** content, followed by spitting on them adding more garbage on the 2004 DVD release, and finally he decides to re-releas$e them in 3-D. (which Disney thankfully cancelled the remaining films.) He is a joke. It's like he was scared to do something new with his franchise, since the prequels were criticized so much.

 

We can talk awhile about what Lucas did to the original Star Wars trilogy, but it was his films, he of course had the right to do anything he wanted to them. He even said he did all those edits for himself and not the fans. It was up to us fans to decide whether or not to spend out money on watching them.

 

Sadly, I paid to see all three special editions in the theatre, in '97. I paid for the VHS box set of the Special Editions.

But, in the end, I refused to buy the 2004 DVD release and 2011 blu-ray release.


I had no idea why Lucas decided to "re-master" the original trilogy in the Special Editions. I still own the original releases on VHS which Im proud of. ((Which includes the original Star Wars)). Watching them over again, Episode VI seemed to have the most changes to it. What irritates me is how he just shoved CGI in all of them in the 1997 versions when they were released. Don't get me wrong, I would rather watch the 97' ones than the 2004 ones. I think those are the ones that simply killed it for me.  Using Hayden Christensen as Anakin and replacing Sebastian Shaw was heartbreaking, Shaw is Darth Vader, not that whiny immature brat known as Anakin. The song got changed in teh 97' version at the end of the Episode VI, and I think that's an ok change but I do prefer the original.  The 2011 re-release? Do I need to bring up the worst possible edit that Lucas could have done to Vader?


Same here. I own 3 sets of the Star Wars trilogy on VHS. One of them being the '97 Special Editions.

And I agree about the preference of the '97 versions over the 2004 versions. A friend had told me about all the changes, before I had even gotten a chance to pick up a set, which was the reason I never bought it.

Even if Disney was to just re-release the '97 Special Editions on blu-ray, I'd be happy.

The only real major complaint I had in that was with Han Solo shooting second. I could look past all the excessive CGI.


Yea, nothing that major was changed in the 97" versions compared to the others.  Yea with Han shooting second that's pretty bull, Han shot first...plain and simple XD

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