When did Star Wars a new hope come out?

When did Star Wars a new hope come out?

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was released in 2004 as a single DVD and as part of the Star Wars Original Trilogy DVD set. The disc has conceptual art work of Episode IV on it. There are three interactive schemes for the DVD, one features scenes on Tatooine, the second features scenes on the Death Star and the third features scenes on Yavin IV.

How many different versions of Star Wars are there?

This means that (excluding TV edits and pan & scan releases) there have been at least TEN different versions of Star Wars to date. In the USA “Ken Films” released for world-wide outright sale, condensed versions of popular cinema releases for the Super 8 home movie film market.

When was the Death Star expanded in Star Wars?

A shot of the Rebel fleet in space has been expanded in the 1997 and 2004 versions and the camera now moves with the X-Wings. The line “He’s ON Your Tail” was added for the 1997 version but removed again for the 2004 version. The Death Star explosion is expanded in the 1997 and 2004 versions.

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Who is the art director of Star Wars?

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What’s the latest in Star Wars this week?

This week in Star Wars, we get a sneak peek inside the pages of the new book Star Wars: The Secrets of the Sith, celebrate the reveal of the Tempest Runner cover and more releases from Star Wars: The High Republic, and dig into the latest episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+.

Who is on the cover of Star Wars The Rising Storm?

This week in Star Wars, everyone’s favorite smuggler turned Rebel hero joins Star Wars Pinball VR with a Classic Trilogy era table, we get hyped for the return of Fennec Shand in Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+, and take a look at an exclusive cover of Cavan Scott’s upcoming Star Wars: The High Republic novel The Rising Storm.