Even casual Star Wars fans know George Lucas and crew have tweaked the original version of "Star Wars: A New Hope." After all, Han shot first.
But with "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" now premiering worldwide, it may be time to relive the video comparisons between Lucas' adjusted versions and what we saw in theaters back in 1977.
Two videos from 2015 pointed out by The Hollywood Reporter offer side-by-side scenes so you can look at the changes and decide for yourself if they improve the viewing experience or take a treasured cinematic classic over to the Dark Side.
"The original Star Wars has received the heaviest treatment of changes out of all three (films), easily," writes Marcelo Zuniga, who put together the videos. "Some minor, others more prominent and even infamous." Zuniga has also made comparison videos for 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi.'"
While the Han-Greedo and Jabba the Hutt changes received plenty of attention (fast-forward to 7:41 in the first video for a detailed take on the changes), other adjustments may be new to fans, including some lightsaber color-changing and some blaster-wound censorship.
George Lucas is more removed from the filmmaking process these days, but who knows? In 15 years, you may be popping in a virtual-reality brain chip and watching a similar video showing the changes made to "Rogue One."