Watch Darth Vader Record the Enormously Hated Star Wars Blu-ray 'Noooo!'

· If you thought that watching Darth Vader scream "Nooooo!" on the Return of the Jedi Blu-ray was painful, you should have been in the recording studio with the Star Wars villain during that voiceover. Laugh through the George Lucas-induced tears ahead and then stick around for more Buzz Break.

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  • meh... says:

    Willem DaFOOOOEEEEEEE!! that was pretty classic-HA!

  • ILDC says:

    Thought this would have James Earl Jones.

  • Chris says:

    So I don't know about you, but I was not in any way offended by the no at the end of ROTJ. You butt hurt people should really stop crying because, while yes it was sloppy and weird it did work. I found it more appealing to his redemption. So why bitch bout it. Look if you want your originals that you probably already have like I do, and you want to see them o badly, go back to your old VHS pop them in and be content. For us other fans who love star wars regardless of the many flaws set down by George Lucas, the creator by the way who owns all the rights because he invented it, we'll go watch it and enjoy all the bits and pieces that have been tweaked. Regardless if they should or shouldn't have.
    Thank you and good night.