That does happen once in a while. It can vary from a generic reply with a spam link in the sig, to the more sneaky ones that cut and paste a reply from someone else and require more scrutiny to spot.
Never thought anything good could come out of this bantha poodoo year! Congrats on getting a scanner. I hope you’ll take a photo or two of it so people can see what one of these beasts looks like.
Currently made video projectors still have 3-D.
Disney isn’t that keen on 3-D Blu-ray these days. It’s a miracle their own films and Marvel stuff have 3-D home releases overseas at all anymore.
I think there were some one off trilogy screenings to benefit charity in the 90’s, but no nationwide reissues.
Mistakes were made and we’ve apologized. There’s no need for snark.
Feel free to change it back. Sorry for any problems it has caused.
The announcement wasn’t as prominent as it could have been.
Going forward, we will leave it to a thread creator to keep the status of their project up to date. The possible exception will be for projects that have not been updated in six months to a year. Announcements of forum changes will be made more prominent.
In a similar vein, stuff that sold for batsh*t crazy prices. 😉
Seems we’ve had this discussion before!
Worth noting the severed head was shot on an insert stage later on, just like the second arm.
THX had a limited reissue in the wake of Star Wars’ success though.
Would they splice a new logo into an ancient print? I wonder…
Weird the auction ended today. “No longer available”.
And it was a whole print, not a trailer.
Was there still a time limit in 2005? Maybe Lucas didn’t want to make a shorter cut again.
Did they change it before or after submitting it to the MPAA though? Not like there’s anything else changed that the ever fickle ratings board would threaten a PG-13 over. 😛
Two months is hardly a necrobump.
I regret not screncapping some of the older auctions for posterity.
I saw TLJ at the IMAX dome in San Jose. It was a film print. They went laser projector sometime in the past two years, but I was unable to travel there to see TROS.
The Sandcrawler approaching the Lars’ farm was reshot with the original model.
The Blu-Ray cover attempts to polish a turd. 😉
If you see some 35mm film cans at a garage sale or thrift store, check the labels!
That frame is from a few years back, so probably not representative of any work done since then. I have no ETA yet on when this will be done. Just about everybody has bigger problems these days.
I’ve been waiting to hear back from a colleague who has multiple copies of Discovision titles. They have a player that’s even better than my old gas tube monster at playing such problematic discs. Fingers crossed the stereo tracks turn up on the new Blu Ray though.
I am a bit concerned about the aspect ratio, as the movie started production as a tv miniseries and was not shot with widescreen in mind, AFAIK.
Youtube comment sections usually turn into a cesspool, twitter is a cesspool, and I’ve seen too many facebook threads vanish into thin air to ever trust it. The redesign they’re about to force down people’s throats isn’t an improvement so far either. I don’t see how important conversations and technical info can be retrieved on discord months or years from now.
Hokey apps and social media are no match for a good forum at your side, kid. 😉
I think it boils down to whether an actor or their family/estate gives permission or not. Disney has rights to Mary Poppins, but they don’t own Julie Andrews’ face.
That parody was around long before the Simpsons.