These clips aren't quite as embarrassing as the Vader "NOOOOOO" moment that we threw up a couple of days ago, but you guys seem interested in what these Star Wars Blu-Rays are going to change, so here's a few more clips to tide you over. Up above we get our first look at arguably the most innocuous change, the digital Yoda from The Phantom Menace. Then we move on to Ewoks that Lucas has suddenly decided must blink:
And hey, were there not enough aliens in Jabba's Palace already? Let's add another two-second shot of one for no reason, and make sure that everyone knows that Jabba's door is really big by adding a CGI extension.
On the one hand, an obsessive attention to detail is arguably what made Star Wars so wonderful in the first place, and it's certainly still Lucas' film to fuck up, if he wants to. On the other hand, there's little rhyme or reason behind any of these changes. Lucas has it well within his power to simply make a fully-CGI remake of A New Hope, should he wish to do so; at some point that becomes preferable to the death-by-a-thousand-cuts series of changes he's making to the films we all grew up with.