An extended version of the Clone Wars Season 3 trailer was recently shown at Walt Disney World’s Star Wars Weekends. Somebody finally uploaded a bootleg video (warning, it’s shaky):
Archive for June, 2010
This time it’s TV.com’s prestigious NOW award, voted on by the rabble in such categories as Best @$$-Kicking Female. Start stuffing ballot boxes here!
UGO has a video interview with Clone Wars’s Ashley Eckstein. Here she talks Her Universe and, of course, Clone Wars Season Three!
From a comment on Her Universe’s Facebook page:
And many of the selections are limited in stores. The ones in Wal-Mart and Target here are boring, faded “Old Trilogy” shirts – as if no one likes the prequel trilogy or the cartoon. I would love to have an Anakin shirt of his ‘Revenge of the Sith’ appearance, but there are none available here, and I haven’t gotten around to ordering one online. And having various female characters on shirts…not a big thing for stores, based on the shirts I’ve seen. The boys under 10 get Clone Wars shirts, but apparently adults are not supposed to like the animated series. *rolls eyes*
Not that I mind stuff from the first set of Star Wars movies but this “Let’s Ignore The Prequels” bit is what really bugs me. I’m glad I’m not the only fan who has noticed.
There’s a limited amount of stuff so far, but most of it is pretty cool and priced $30-40 a pop. Visit the online store here.
Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there!
Count Jango Fett in to appear at Celebration V! Official Pix made the announcement today.
sabreman64 sent me this link to an interview from 2000 with Frank Darabont, who had a lot of good things to say about TPM:
The problem is that everybody who saw those movies has grown up, and their memory of the impact of those films has been diluted through the years. [The films have] become so iconic that disappointment was inevitable. George Lucas is capable of many, many things. But making you feel like that wonder-struck eight-year-old again isn’t one of them. It can’t be done. You’re not eight years old; you can’t be wonder struck in the same way. Sorry. In terms of its intelligence and its approach, I’d put MENACE up there with EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, which was the darkest and most adult of the original trilogy.
This debuted at E3 a day or two ago: