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‘Star Wars: Episode II’ to Hit Retailers Nov. 12
The DVD and home video of hit movie “Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones” will land on retail shelves on Nov. 12, the movie’s backers at Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox said on Thursday.
The movie is the fifth and newest installment in the long-running series of “Star Wars” movies by creator/director George Lucas, which have become one of the most lucrative film series of all time.
“Clones,” about the rise of young Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker (later to be known as Darth Vader), has grossed $584 million at worldwide box offices since its debut in May.
The entire series has accounted for more than 100 million in sales of DVDs and VHS videotapes since the original “Star Wars” landed in movie theaters in 1977.
Lucasfilm and Fox have put together a two-disc DVD set that features six hours of additional material including a documentary about the movie made by Lucas and the movie’s other filmmakers and eight scenes that never made it into the movie.
There will also be a special edition VHS including six scenes that were deleted from the movie, among other features.
The DVD will have a suggested retail price in the United States of $29.98 and the VHS will carry a suggested U.S. retail price of $24.98. In Canada, the DVD and VHS suggested prices are C$41.98 and C$28.98, respectively.