YouTube Takes Down Fan-Edited Star Wars Supercut | CBR

YouTube content creator Lucas Hammer crafted a new Star Wars edit that allowed fans to watch all nine core franchise entries simultaneously on one screen. However, Disney has since taken it down due to copyright violations.

“It’s finally here. It took some time, but it’s finally done,” Hammer wrote in the description of the video. “I had to re-edit and re-upload the video several times before it finally got through the copyright strike. Keep note that some parts of the scenes had to be censored.”

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However, it appears that even Hammer’s efforts to get through the copyright strike did not work. Those who click on the link will now see that the video has been taken down at the request of Disney.

This was one of the newest in Hammer’s series of videos where he edits together film franchises into single, digestible productions by having each film take up a small window of the full video frame. Hammer has uploaded a number of videos in this series, including the likes of the Jurassic Park franchise, the Harry Potter films and the Friday the 13th movies. All of these videos are currently still available to watch on YouTube.

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YouTube removed a video that allowed fans to watch all nine core Star Wars Skywalker Saga entries simultaneously on one screen.

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