Star Wars remake week: The Crowdsourced Edition

Today’s entry is by far the most ambitious, from starwarsuncut.com. It’s a crowdsourced remake in which web users each claimed a 15 second section of the movie and reshot it using whatever facilities they had available. The clips were then stitched back together to make the full-length movie, as well as this trailer:

[Star Wars Uncut]

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One Response to Star Wars remake week: The Crowdsourced Edition

  1. Very creative! This will really be even bigger. Star Wars was and always be a hit. Now, it's the fans themselves – they're going out of their way to make Star Wars even bigger! Kudos to every Star Wars fan out there!

    This is another proof that fans can do a lot other than admiring and cheering for their favorite stars! This is another addition to crowdsourcing in the entertainment. Another recent example, is the song, "Perfect Harmony" by Taio Cruz (http://crowdsourcing.org/l/907) which was performed live during the American Idol finale.

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