The Star Wars Trilogy: Episodes IVVI Music From Star WarsA New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back& Return Of The Jedi [Clean Dissatisfied with the original theatrical cuts of the original Star Wars film, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, creator George Lucas altered the films in an attempt to achieve the ideal versions that he could not initially due to limitations of time, budget, and technology.
At any rate, Empire Strikes Back is one of the finest" Second Acts" in film, right up there with Godfather 2 and Rocky 2; a brilliant bridge between A New Hope and Jedi. Info for Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Remastered). 40th AnniversaryEdition: Walt Disney Records releases for the first time a 192kHz, 24bit edition of the remastered original motion picture soundtrack for Star Wars: " The Empire Strikes Back".
The Empire Strikes Back is released in cinemas, immediately becoming the benchmark for twist endings (sorry, Citizen Kane) and sequels improving on their predecessor (sorry, The Godfather Part II).
Empire is widely distributed in 35mm, but there is also a subtly different 70mm version out there. The Empire Strikes Back was released on DVD on September 21, 2004. It was bundled with A New Hope and Return of the Jedi along with a bonus disc in a boxed set. It was digitally restored and remastered, with more changes made by George Lucas, detailed in List of changes in Star Wars rereleases. Star Wars fans were recently given a new hope that Disney might finally capitulate on a BlurayDVD release of the unaltered Star Wars Original Trilogy films 1977's A New Hope, 1980's The Empire Strikes Back and 1983's Return of the Jedi just in time for the franchise's 40 th anniversary celebration, with the eruption of a rumor, one that, Mar 27, 2015 A comparison video comparing all changes added into Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back in the 1997 Special Edition and subsequent releases.
The Empire Strikes Back was released on DVD in September 2004, bundled in a box set with A New Hope, Return of the Jedi, and a bonus disc of extra features. The films were digitally restored and remastered, with additional changes made by George Lucas. He made countless changes to restore every element of the film to the way it was seen 35 years ago. The result: Despecialized Edition Remastered looks even better. Better than version 1. 0. Better than Bluray.