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The Next Logical Progression of Changes to the Star Wars Movies

Yes. Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes. Yes.

So, in 1997, Jim Carrey starred in successful and not-too-panned film called Liar Liar, in which his character is forced to tell nothing but the absolute truth for 24 hours. Eleven years later, Yes Man came out, which was basically the same thing except this time he had to respond to all questions in an affirmative manner. Now, we’d like to think that this is the kind of thing that might happen eleven years from now, to the Star Wars movies.

Well, not for real, but it’d be funny. Right?

Look, all I’m saying is take good care of your DVD and VHS copies.

(via Look at this Frakking Geekster.)

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