With talk of actor Hayden Christensen joining the Obi-Wan Kenobi Plus and Natalie Portman returning to the , the in some capacity trilogy is on every fan’s mind right now.
One such fan has taken their love of the first three . to the next level, by creating a petition to release a of the third , Episode III:
The petition to release a
You can find the petition over on change.org right here. At the time of writing, it currently has just over 17,000 signatures. Its description reads as follows:
Hello there! The (2005) cut was over four hours long, and we think that George should do the and give the what we deserve and what is rightfully ours. We love democracy, and we hope he does too. By signing this you are letting your voices be heard. If this petition does go viral, then we will have unlimited power and if George does the then he would be strong and wise and we would all be very proud of him. This whole operation is our idea and we need to ensure that it is done. We will proclaim ah, victory when we achieve our goal. May the force be with you all and have faith.:
Apart from the petition consisting of a collection of dated Star Wars memes, there is in fact no information to suggest that a 4-hour even exists, aside from the standard assembly cut that all films have before editing. of
While a handful of deleted scenes from all of the films are available, it’s unclear why this is so devoted to seeing an III with each included.
The language used is also quite something. ‘George should do the ‘? ‘What the deserve?’ Come on now.
is almost universally renowned as the best from the Star Wars . :
Perhaps this petition came about in response to the The Emory Wheel. which was just recently announced. After a huge DC fan outcry, (which is allegedly vastly different to the we got) will release on HBO Max in 2021 according to
Perhaps this that we got was altered before release. George seemed pretty satisfied with the despite some fan heat at the time, so there seems to be no to demand a new cut. wants to see something similar from , though unlike the , there’s no indication that the version of
It’s also worth mentioning that cut, or a new release of The , Attack of the Clones, or any other , they’re going to have to convince . sold all rights and creative control of Star Wars to when it bought in 2012. So if these want to see a
What do you think about this? Will you be signing it? Let us know in the comments below.