Posted by Chris on February 18, 2013 at 07:47 AM CST
The Star Wars Prequel and Original trilogy are being re-released on Blu-ray in the United Kingdom with a special collectible steelbook version for the first time.


Official Press Release:

STAR WARS BLU-RAY TRILOGIES

TO BE RELEASED ON STEELBOOK FOR THE FIRST TIME, IN LIMITED EDITION


(United Kingdom, February 18, 2013) After becoming one of the best-selling catalogue Blu-ray Discs of all time when launched in 2011, Lucasfilm and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced today that the beloved Star Wars trilogy collections will be re-released as a limited edition steelbook on April 8, 2013.

The trilogy collections -- Prequel (Episodes I-III) and Original (Episodes IV-VI) -- now packaged in new, exclusive and collectible steelbook artwork are available for preorder.

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Amazon.co.uk does have both the Prequel and Original trilogy listed on their site, but neither is available to pre-order yet. It's important to note that these are only listed as Region B/2 and not Region Free for anyone without a compatible player.
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