A group of hardcore Star Wars fans are restoring the original 1977 theatrical release of the first Star Wars movie in ultra high-def 4K resolution. The video above is a trailer of sorts, but it also shows the restoration of a short scene…the increase in quality and resolution is impressive.
Simply put, we are restoring the original, theatrical version of Star Wars in 4K.
Never challenge the determination of a dedicated fan base. In 2006, George Lucas claimed that all quality prints of the 1977 theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope had been “permanently altered for the creation of th...
The Despecialized Editions of the original Star Wars movies are a de-mix of the DVD releases, restoring them to the color, edits and pacing of the original cinematic releases. Read the rest
George Lucas doesn't want you to see this. 'Star Wars' fans, Team Negative 1, have spent thousands of dollars to restore the original 1977 theatrical release of 'A New Hope'.
George Lucas has been tinkering with the original Star Wars movies since the '80s, which notably culminated in the "Special Edition" releases in the late '90s that made rather large CGI alterations to the iconic films. All that has ...