Star Wars Revisited
The Star Wars Revisited project is a series of fan-edits of the Star Wars movies, freely available on the internet. It is not for sale, and no one can ever make money on it. It is done by a fan, for the fans. We ask that you own a copy of the official DVDs before downloading.
You can donate to the supply fund for Adywan's continued work on this project by donating via Paypal:
All rights and respect to George Lucas, who made this universe for us to play in.
Tag Archives: Return of the Jedi Revisited
Sorry for things being quiet lately. Again i have been hit with some major internet problems. The past few weeks i’ve been unable to access emails, access hardly any websites, zero upload speed and less than 5mb download speed and … Continue reading
Here’s the latest update from Adywan: I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New year. Things have been pretty slow here. I’m finally recovering from 4 weeks of flu and bronchitis , which knocked me for six. So i … Continue reading
A HUGE thank you to everyone that donated to the $1000 challenge and the first donation drive. WE DID IT !!!!! We not only passed the target set by the $1000 challenge, but also reached out target £3000 donation drive … Continue reading
QUICK UPDATE ON THE DONATION DRIVE AND PROGRESS OF ROTJ:R & ANH:RHD…. First off, sorry for the lack of any updates. I’m having hell with my internet connection. On a 200mb down/ 12mb up connection i am lucky to get … Continue reading
After a very short break (well, almost) from completing ESB:R, I will now be starting work on ROTJ:R . Although the full list of fixes and changes will still take time to compile, here are some of the things I … Continue reading
One of the most iconic things about Star Wars is the opening crawls. This was one thing i really wanted to change though. Why? Well none of the crawls in the saga match. They are all different speeds, placements etc. … Continue reading
Last week, The Expanded Fandomverse Podcast released their episode featuring an extended interview with Adywan: You get about 90 minutes with Ady, so be sure to check it out for some behind-the-scenes stories and some glimpses of the future!