Laughing at Directors and More: William Shatner Looks Back on Making Star Trek

Star Trek’s 55th anniversary is that this month, and associated that milestone may be the just-released 4K Ultra HD Star Wars: The Initial 4-Movie Collection. And also to help celebrate the occasion, IGN’s own Star Wars aficionado Scott Collura interviewed William Shatner themself!

Within this William Shatner interview, which you’ll watch towards the top of the page or below, Shatner discusses the building of the very first four Star Wars movies — in addition to Star Wars V, that they directed and will certainly perform the following 4K set. In the convoluted growth and development of Star Wars: The Movie to getting Kirk right into a middle-aged funk within the Wrath of Khan to shooting the famous “double dumb-ass for you” scene within the Voyage Home, the star reveals plenty of fun behind-the-scenes tidbits in the beloved franchise.

When it comes to Blu-sun rays, Star Trek’s 55th anniversary marks the very first time the original four Star Wars films are presented in not just 4K Ultra HD, however with Dolby Vision and HDR-10 too. Each film — Star Wars: The Movie, Star Wars II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Wars: III: The quest for Spock, and Star Wars: IV: The Voyage Home — comes packaged with “hrs of formerly released bonus content.”

The information includes commentary, deleted scenes, storyboards, trailers, production videos like “Designing Khan” and interviews with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, and much more.

This Star Wars: The Initial 4-Movie Collection, that is currently available, also comes packaged with standard Blu-sun rays and digital copies of every film. For individuals without 4K TVs or players, there’s additionally a version that simply includes the Blu-ray dvds and digital copies.

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