One of the best things in January is playing the Target clearance game. "How long will this last, and how far will it go down?" I have spent a TON at Target in the past week or two. I have toys for my son all the way through next Christmas.
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Meanwhile, that Reuters report that had everybody thinking Episode VII would return to Yavin and show us a new Jedi Academy has been debunked already. Reporter Michael McDonald tells TheForce.net:
This was a mistake. I misunderstood what fan clubs had told me and shown me in book plots and that storyline has not been announced by Disney. Perhaps I should have written something along the lines of 'Yavin 4 appears in several Star Wars book plots and while Guatemala fans said they hope film crews return to Tikal, the company has not announced plans for the new episode.'
Then there's the resolution. The image resolution has been increased far beyond current HDTV standards. The images in The Hobbit will have 4 - 5 times more pixels than a standard 1080p HD image. So the image will be immensely sharper, too.Even most digital presentations far exceed 1080P, and film stock definitely does. 48FPS is not about the resolution of the frames, but the number of them. The 24FPS version will have the same resolution, just fewer frames. The 4K is completely independent of the 48FPS. Most BluRay discs masters are 4K transfers downgraded to 1080P.