Monday, January 23, 2012

'Star Wars' remade with fans' 15-second clips

Posted By on Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 1:45 PM

Last week we posted a video of dogs barking the Star Wars "Imperial March." In new Star Wars saga-related developments, the crowdsourced Star Wars Uncut movie debuted this weekend on YouTube.

The video recreates the entire Star Wars: A New Hope film with 15-second fan clips. As you can imagine, the quality of the clips varies widely, from crude animation to several scenes of multiple people in tiny bathrooms to Chewbacca as a sock puppet.

And though we sometimes are paid to bring you stuff to waste your time on, we weren't paid to sit through the two-hour-plus movie. So leave a comment below to let us know the times of your favorite parts of the flick.

Stream the film below, but hurry: Lucasfilm's probably sending a notice of copyright infringement to the film's creators as this post is being typed.

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Tristan Schmid

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As NUVO's Digital Platforms Editor, I make sure there's good stuff for you on our website and the social media (as the youth call it).

When I'm not connected to a screen, I'm hanging out with animals, making noise and enjoying the finer things in life like food, drinks and trees.

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