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SparkySywer said:

SandMTV said:

Darth_Zounds said:

Six months?

I thought it was more like six days…

Well, it’s actually 9 days.

If you count out the sunrises/sunsets on Coruscant, it’s 7 days. But Rebels says that Luke and Leia were born 2 days after Order 66, despite RotS showing them being born 1 day after Order 66, so it must be 8 days. But there’s no reason you can’t just stuff in a 9th day so this was just an opportunity to flex knowledge of a movie I don’t even like.

The logic of how many days anything takes in the Star Wars universe never made any sense to me, sequels, prequels, or even originals. Maybe it’s because I’ve been editing the prequels enough to notice how crazy it all is. In Episode II, Obi-Wan’s plot line seems to take a lot less time than Anakin and Padme’s plotline. In Episode III, everyone keeps moving back and forth between planets, making it hard to determine how long things actually took. You have to factor in so many things, such as how fast the ship is, how long an average flight may be, what time zone the planet is on, etc. I gave up trying to understand it all by the time I finished work on Episode II. I suppose if there’s a super-nerd on this forum, we could all use his help in solving this mystery.

Then again, I’m off-topic.

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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Anakin has no ghost at all in ROTJ.

Well done. I will disengage self-destruct initiative.

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Digitally insert a scented pine tree onto the Millennium Falcon.

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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CaptainFaraday said:

Anakin Starkiller said:

  • Opening space battle to the tune of Take On Me.

  • Together Forever for the cringey balcony scene.

  • Plastic love playing faintly on the radio during one of the Jedi Council meetings.

  • The Psycho Soldier theme for the Grievous fight.

  • Never Surrender for that scene of Anakin and Padme looking off into the sunset from different parts of Coruscant.

  • The Bangles’ version of Hazy Shade of Winter for Palpatine’s Arrest.

  • Burning Heart for the Mustafar duel.

  • Weird Science for Vader’s reconstruction, with additional shots taken from the music video for it and Batman Forever to make Palpatine’s lab extra cooky.

  • The rest of the soundtrack (instrumentals) is taken from 80s Doctor Who.

  • Color regrade inspired by Joel Schumacher’s Batman films.

  • MTV logo in the bottom corner.

  • Slightly degraded VHS look. Not too overdone though.

  • Use next-generation hair simulation technology to increase everyone’s hair volume.

  • Deepfake 80s actors onto the existing ones.

And there we have it, Direct-to-Video Revenge of the Sith (1989). Unfortunately, there’s no room for Michael Jackson’s Jar Jar due to the character’s more or less absence from the film.

Is it possible to see that clip?

Ask TheAlaskanSandman. I’d rather not have to go through the trouble of reuploading it myself if it can be avoided.

I know this gets said jokingly in this thread a lot, but (other than the deepfakes joke) this would be a really cool comedic edit of ROTS and I would absolutely watch it.

I saved a link to the post so that I can make you this edit when I get around to fanediting again. This would be a simple ~1 hour project, aside from stuff like the hair I probably wouldn’t actually do. Then again, I’d actually have to host this thing somewhere. It also opens up a can of worms of similar edits for the other films. That post was more just me killing time sharing my playlist than anything else. Kinda tempted to do Palpy’s Weird Science though.

Wait, Oingo Boingo’s frontman is Danny Elfman?! I never knew!!

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Anakin Starkiller said:

CaptainFaraday said:

Anakin Starkiller said:

  • Opening space battle to the tune of Take On Me.

  • Together Forever for the cringey balcony scene.

  • Plastic love playing faintly on the radio during one of the Jedi Council meetings.

  • The Psycho Soldier theme for the Grievous fight.

  • Never Surrender for that scene of Anakin and Padme looking off into the sunset from different parts of Coruscant.

  • The Bangles’ version of Hazy Shade of Winter for Palpatine’s Arrest.

  • Burning Heart for the Mustafar duel.

  • Weird Science for Vader’s reconstruction, with additional shots taken from the music video for it and Batman Forever to make Palpatine’s lab extra cooky.

  • The rest of the soundtrack (instrumentals) is taken from 80s Doctor Who.

  • Color regrade inspired by Joel Schumacher’s Batman films.

  • MTV logo in the bottom corner.

  • Slightly degraded VHS look. Not too overdone though.

  • Use next-generation hair simulation technology to increase everyone’s hair volume.

  • Deepfake 80s actors onto the existing ones.

And there we have it, Direct-to-Video Revenge of the Sith (1989). Unfortunately, there’s no room for Michael Jackson’s Jar Jar due to the character’s more or less absence from the film.

Is it possible to see that clip?

Ask TheAlaskanSandman. I’d rather not have to go through the trouble of reuploading it myself if it can be avoided.

I know this gets said jokingly in this thread a lot, but (other than the deepfakes joke) this would be a really cool comedic edit of ROTS and I would absolutely watch it.

I saved a link to the post so that I can make you this edit when I get around to fanediting again. This would be a simple ~1 hour project, aside from stuff like the hair I probably wouldn’t actually do. Then again, I’d actually have to host this thing somewhere. It also opens up a can of worms of similar edits for the other films. That post was more just me killing time sharing my playlist than anything else. Kinda tempted to do Palpy’s Weird Science though.

Wait, Oingo Boingo’s frontman is Danny Elfman?! I never knew!!

Dude. If you actually made that and had nowhere to host it I’d park it on my own Google Drive for people.

“It’s like rhymetry. They poem.” - Leorge Gucas

The Rise of Skywalker Expanded Edition by Rae Carson: The Faraday Edit, Revenge of the Sith: The Faraday Nudge, ROTS Ultracut: Order 66, The Light Rises, Faraday Junior’s Star Wars

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How do you listen to Oingo Boingo and not know that it’s Danny Elfman singing?

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Appeal to gamers by changing the action sequences and lightsaber fights into a first-person perspective.

I have altered Lucas’ visions. Pray I don’t alter them any further.

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Replace Chancellor Vilcham with Chancellor Valorum, so he can fail the Republic a second time because poetry or some shit.

Darth_Zounds said:

How do you listen to Oingo Boingo and not know that it’s Danny Elfman singing?

Because I know him for his Batman music, which is instrumental. I didn’t know he even had a career in singing outside Nightmare Before Christmas until fairly recently. I was surprised to find a music site listing him (there were no other film composers except maybe Hans Zimmer).

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Anakin Starkiller said:

Replace Chancellor Vilcham with Chancellor Valorum, so he can fail the Republic a second time because poetry or some shit.

That is truly an awful idea. Especially considering how much I loved that TFA finally gave us our first non-human chancellor.

My homeworld is Australia so be wary of timezones!

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NeverarGreat said:

“Gave us” is strong language considering that fact and character isn’t named or shown in the film.

Not mentioned by name, but he’s certainly shown. (Briefly however)

My homeworld is Australia so be wary of timezones!

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Chase Adams said:

NeverarGreat said:

“Gave us” is strong language considering that fact and character isn’t named or shown in the film.

Not mentioned by name, but he’s certainly shown. (Briefly however)

What do you mean, not mentioned by name? They wrote it in lime green and circled him, it’s even in the screenshot you posted.

“It’s like rhymetry. They poem.” - Leorge Gucas

The Rise of Skywalker Expanded Edition by Rae Carson: The Faraday Edit, Revenge of the Sith: The Faraday Nudge, ROTS Ultracut: Order 66, The Light Rises, Faraday Junior’s Star Wars

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I don’t even think this is a bad idea, but add pop-up video style infographics giving in-universe trivia about various characters and events seen onscreen.

Well done. I will disengage self-destruct initiative.

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“And I…I am all the Jedi.”

(Holonet Fact 237 - This pivotal moment in the galaxy paved the way for each Jedi of Rey Solo Organa Skywalker’s New Jedi Order to use a minimum of two lightsabers to defeat Sith adversaries, and many of the more able-bodied species have since opted to use three or more, becoming the most powerful Force users in recorded history.)

You probably don’t recognize me because of the red arm.
Episode 9 Rewrite, The Starlight Project (Workprint V3 Released!) and ANH Technicolor Project (Released!)

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lol

Maybe add an inner monologue (and occasionally dialogue) for Palpatine throughout TROS.
In that moment, “Oh, no, not TWO lightsabers!”

Well done. I will disengage self-destruct initiative.

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Eyepainter said:

Appeal to gamers by changing the action sequences and lightsaber fights into a first-person perspective.

Appeal to gamers by inserting Sc. 38 Reimagined into ANH.

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DominicCobb said:

Eyepainter said:

Appeal to gamers by changing the action sequences and lightsaber fights into a first-person perspective.

Appeal to gamers by inserting Sc. 38 Reimagined into ANH.

Appeal to gamers by (poorly) converting all scenes from all movies into 120fps.

You’ve got to ask yourself one question: “Am I making Carrie Fisher’s ghost proud?”
Well, are ya, punk?

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The movie pauses occasionally while Rey accesses her skill-tree and puts her perk points into unlocking new Force powers, explaining how she can use them.