Star Wars Uncut, Fans Recreate Every Frame Of The Classic Movie (video)

Back in 2009 the Star Wars Uncut project was started to try and produce a fan made version of the classic Star Wars movie. Star Wars Uncut was started by Casey Pugh, who divided theStar Wars movie into 472 15-second segments and then asked Star Wars fans to help fill the sequences with their own interpretation of the movie.
Now after more than three years the fully complete remake of the Star Wars movie has now been spliced together and is ready to view in a 2 hour masterpiece. Watch it in its full glory after the jump.
Star Wars Uncut
After just a few months the project had sparked the imagination of Star Wars fans world wide and the creativity that poured into the project was unimaginable. Casey Pugh the Star Wars Uncut founder explains:
“The crowd-sourced project has been stitched together and put online for your streaming pleasure. The “Director’s Cut” is a feature-length film that contains hand-picked scenes from the entire collection.”
For more information about the entire project jump over to the Star Wars Uncut website.


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