Nope. Just thrown on the disc with no intro, no explanation, nothing. Just diembodied bluescreen with no context or reason behind their exclusion. ENJOY!
"Again, source? All you do is making baseless assumptions, even after I pointed out an article where he states he had a positive experience from TPM."
I'll say it ssssllllllooooowwwwwlllyyy for you. WHICH. WAS. A. RETRACTION. OF. WHAT. HE. INITIALLY. SAID. The fucking article you "cite" is a fucking retraction and follow up to the article where he as much as said how much he fucking hated the process. How can I be any plainer than that? The source is HE FUCKING SAID IT.
I know this is an internet board, but, please, PLEASE try to keep up.
His initial reaction being asked about having just completed TPM was 'FUCK! That was so awfull I don't want to be a goddamn actor anymore because directors SUCK!". Have you ever heard him pop off like that about any other film? No, this is unique to his experience with Lucas on TPM. Then, questioned much, much later about that statement he said "well, I was frustrated with the process, and I guess I didn't really mean that I was actually retiring.".
Then he didn't accept (for whatever reason, I'm still waiting for SOME, ANY, evidence of this mythical 2004 accident, by the way) a gig voicing Qui Gon for Lucas which would have cost him, what, a day at most? Part of a day? And netted a nice big bag of cash. I'm honestly curious; do you have to exert a great deal of your life force to not understanding this?
The experience was frustrating enough that he blew off steam by saying what he did. Neeson is a very smart guy, I really doubt the thought just randomly popped into his head and he expounded upon it. It's a thought that, if he felt it needed to be voiced, had been gestating with him for a while.