Lou, KY Star Wars in 3D starting 2012!

Discussion in 'Mid West Regional Discussion' started by Jai-Rew-Sett, Sep 29, 2010.

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  1. Jai-Rew-Sett Jedi Youngling

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    Was cruising the web and came across this:

    http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2010/09/29/star-wars-films-being-re-released-in-3-d/?hpt=T2

    It's about time!
  2. VoxDeamonicus Jedi Knight

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    this sounds great. maybe now the pod-race will be more interesting to watch, lol. this should be good, but not sure if i like the idea of them releasing them once a year. 6 years to watch all of them? hmmmm. hope not. maybe when they consecutive years, they mean two a year or so?
  3. LordZannah Jedi Youngling

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    This looks like it calls for a costumed night out to the movies!! Bua-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!! [face_batting]
  4. Jedimommy Jedi Youngling

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    Well at least that gives me time to get a costume together Zannah.
  5. Relin Jedi Knight

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    Hopefully they will do this at an Imax (but I doubt it).
  6. VoxDeamonicus Jedi Knight

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    why? most every theater in the country, including here, has atleast one imax screen
  7. 11-11 Jedi Knight

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    LUBED!

    (BTW, Target has got a bunch of Star Wars stuff back in their $1 bins again-- even Vader and Threepio stress balls!)
  8. Relin Jedi Knight

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    Yes..and it would have made sense for them to do it for Avatar which would have been great for Imax-but they didn't.
  9. jedimika FanForce Chapter Rep

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    Thanks for mentioning this. I got some stuff there earlier this week and forgot to post it.

    Not a big fan of the 3-D movement, especially when it comes to converting 2-D movies to 3-D afterwards. Reminds me of when they got the technology to colorize old black and white films. You should watch the movie the way it was originally done. I'm a little suprised at Lucas doing this. He's usually at the front of technology, not following the pack like this. Of course I'll be happy to see all the movies again on the big screen where they belong, even if they are in 3-D.
  10. mindtwister_138 Jedi Master

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    Thank the maker. I have been dreaming of this for years!
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