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Dutch documentary The Making of the Empire Strikes Back never saw a commercial release but contains a fascinating and rare glimpse behind the scenes of the beloved film. The language quickly switches to English, which is convenient, but you'll have to bear with the shoddy quality (it's worth it). Part Two is here.

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This is the third part of a longer interview with George R.R. Marin. You can either watch the whole thing, or skip to the 30 minute mark of this video to hear an excerpt from the next book of "A Song of Ice and Fire."

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A two-hour remake of "Star Wars: A New Hope". Project creator Casey Pugh divided the movie into 15-second clips and asked fans on the internet to each remake one.

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(Warning: Contains a lot of strong language.)

Max Landis, writer of the new movie "Chronicle," gives an accurate (and mildly drunk) retelling of 1992's "Death of Superman," with help from Elijah Wood, Mandy Moore, and other surprise guests.