Cinemax Makes 'Star Wars' High-Def Saga

Reynolds, Mike
October 2006
Multichannel News;10/16/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p16
The article reports that Cinemax will be airing the six "Star Wars" films in high definition (HD) television in the U.S. The "Cinemax Star Wars Weekend Marathon" will allow Cinemax viewers to access the films from November 2 to December 8, 2006. Lucinda Martinez Desir, HBO & Co. vice president, claims that the offer will feature the original concept art and characters of Lucasfilm Ltd. The "Star Wars" marathon will also be a progressive development for Comcast Corp.'s promotion of HD.


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