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 So, Umm...yeah, He changed it again

post Aug 31 2011, 09:15 PM
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Lucasfilm Confirms Change to Blu-ray Release of ‘Return of the Jedi’


Today, engineers with their computers can add color to black-and-white movies, change the soundtrack, speed up the pace, and add or subtract material to the philosophical tastes of the copyright holder. Tomorrow, more advanced technology will be able to replace actors with “fresher faces,” or alter dialogue and change the movement of the actor’s lips to match. It will soon be possible to create a new “original” negative with whatever changes or alterations the copyright holder of the moment desires. The copyright holders, so far, have not been completely diligent in preserving the original negatives of films they control. In order to reconstruct old negatives, many archivists have had to go to Eastern bloc countries where American films have been better preserved.

In the future it will become even easier for old negatives to become lost and be “replaced” by new altered negatives. This would be a great loss to our society. Our cultural history must not be allowed to be rewritten. ~ George Lucas

And I thought the advent of midi-chlorians were bad news for aspiring Jedi. (Don't have enough in your blood? Too bad.) rolleyes.gif
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post Sep 1 2011, 01:25 PM
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Oobawanga wata chopay polah.
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