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Complete details for Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Blu-ray

Bring home the adventure and share Star Wars with your whole family – when STAR WARS: THE COMPLETE SAGA comes to Blu-ray Disc from Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment! To be released beginning on September 12 internationally and on September 16 in North America, the nine-disc collection brings the wonder of the entire Saga direct to your living room, where you can revisit all of your favorite Star Wars moments – in gorgeous high definition and with pristine, 6.1 DTS Surround Sound. Dive deeper into the universe with an unprecedented 40+ hours of special features, highlighted by never-before-seen content sourced from the Lucasfilm archives.

The complete press release is included after the jump.

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Star Wars Saga set for 3D release beginning in 2012

LucasFilm will re-release the complete six-film Star Wars saga in 3D starting in 2012 at a clip of one a year beginning with Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.

Sources indicate that George Lucas is set to re-release the entire “Star Wars” franchise in new 3D conversions beginning in 2012. […]

Star Wars hits Blu-ray in 2011 + Watch a deleted scene from Return of The Jedi

George Lucas announced at “Star Wars Celebration V” that all six Star Wars films will be released in a Blu-ray box set in fall 2011:

“I wish I could say it was coming out this year,” said Lucas, “but it will come out next year.”

Fans at the event were even treated to a special look at the bonus material: a deleted scene from ‘Return of the Jedi’ thought to have been lost:

The scene has long been talked about online — a sequence that depicts Luke Skywalker assembling his new, green-bladed lightsaber prior to infiltrating Jabba the Hutt’s palace. After completing the Jedi weapon, Luke stashes it in R2-D2’s dome. What makes the Jedi deleted clip so remarkable is that it made it all the way to postproduction before it was cut, so it is a rare example of a cut scene with completed visual effects and music.

Actor Mark Hamill came out to describe the scene, remarking that once again his original introduction in a Star Wars film was cut out (his Anchorhead introduction was, of course, cut from A New Hope). Luke’s intro is purposely played as ominous, with his face cowled in shadows and his intentions unclear.”I had the black cloak, the glove, and I thought, wow, this time around I get to be the antagonist. Little did I know I was predicting the path of the prequels,” said Hamill, noting the similarities to Luke in this scene and Anakin Skywalker’s appearance.

Luckily for those of us who weren’t at “Star Wars Celebration V”, the clip has surfaced online. Check it out after the jump.

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