A nerdy Star Wars convention called Celebration V was held this past weekend and the big news to come out of it came directly from the grand poobah himself, George Lucas who made the long-awaited announcement that his beloved original Star Wars trilogy (A.K.A. "the good ones") were coming to Blu-Ray in the Fall of 2011. That's the good news. The bad news is they will be available in a box set with the other trilogy, you know, the one that was essentially just six hours of Lucas pissing on his legacy. It's not clear yet if they will be available individually or if Lucasfilm will make you buy the shitty ones as part of the package. I suspect they will. Shortly after that set is available, don't be surprised if you see The Phantom Menace used as a coaster during cocktail parties or Revenge of the Sith available second hand in large quantities where ever you buy used DVD's and Blu-Rays. But that's not the only bad news; the versions of Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi contained on the discs, amazingly, will not be the movies we saw and loved back in the movie theatre. Instead, they will be the 2004 box set versions which were filled with digital alterations that Lucas made to the films back in 1997 and additional post production tweaks and changes in 2004 in order to tie the original trilogy into the new set of films.