All Six Star Wars Films Now [Legally] Available To Download Via iTunes, Google Play, Xbox Video

Do you hear that noise? It's a collective nerdgasm emanating from Star Wars fans around the globe at the news that all six Star Wars movies will be available to purchase on Digital HD for the first time ever on April 10, 2015. That's this Friday, folks, so go ahead and start planning an epic Stars Wars weekend filled with hours of movie watching and bonus footage, including never-before-seen content.

"Since the debut of the first film nearly 40 years ago, Star Wars has become a worldwide phenomenon with legions of fans from every generation," said Alan Bergman, president, The Walt Disney Studios. "It’s only fitting that audiences enjoy this legendary saga and its many fascinating behind-the-scenes stories on a wide variety of platforms, and we’re very excited to finally bring all six films to Digital HD for the first time."

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All six films including "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," "Star Wars: Attack of the Clones," "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith," "Star Wars: A New Hope," "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back," and "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" will be available to purchase individually or as a collection. Not all digital video services have specified pricing information yet, though Google Play and a couple others have them available to pre-order at $19.99 each or $89.99 for the collection.
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Xbox Video is also taking pre-orders at $19.99 for each individual flick, though the bundle runs $99.99. To help offset the $10 price difference, the bundle comes with a pair of exclusives -- an R2-D2 Xbox Live avatar companion that flashes characteristics of classic R2-D2 from "A New Hope," and the Star Wars Pinball Pack for the free-to-play game Pinball FX 2 for Xbox One or Xbox 360.


In addition to iTunes, Google Play, and Xbox Video, a trailer for the forthcoming collection shows that the Digital HD versions will also be available on Vudu, of course Amazon, Verizon FiOS, and Disney Movies Anywhere.

Via:  Starwars.com
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