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Everyone Still Bought That 'Star Wars' Blu-ray


The ridiculous Blu-ray alterations to the Star Wars films were met with heavy sighs and outrage from the online fan community and George Lucas of the past, as well, but in the end, George Lucas of the present could not give less of an ess, because everyone still bought all of the Star Wars Blu-rays. In fact, so many people bought these things that, after just a week of sales, already it's broken the worldwide sales record for the format, selling over one million units in over $84 million in sales. I believe $200 million was always George Lucas's Original Vision for how much money he'd make re-packaging his films for the nth time, but hey, maybe he can catch up at Christmas.

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