Articles with the tag The Phantom Menace
General – Before a one-time-only audience of about 50 viewers, actor Topher Grace (Eddie Brock from Spider-Man 3) recently showed off his very own passion project: a re-cut version of the Star Wars prequels. Those who saw it say it was a significant improvement.
General – Since it first hit theaters thirteen years ago, many a Star Wars fan has griped over the endless plot holes, narrative deficiencies, and boring characters of The Phantom Menace. But instead of merely complaining, here’s a fan who channeled his frustration into figuring out how to make the movie work.
Features – With the release of The Phantom Menace in 3D to theaters, George Lucas has once again thrust Jar-Jar Binks upon the masses. But the wretched Gungan hardly has a monopoly on defacing the Star Wars universe. Here are ten characters at least as annoying as Jar-Jar — maybe even more so.
General – If you live near one of ten select AMC theaters, you (or rather, your kids) can watch the 3D edition of The Phantom Menace with special “young Anakin” 3D glasses, a collectible freebie, and take part in activities geared toward younglings children.
General – Ever wonder what you’d look like in Darth Maul’s facial tattoos and horns? A new app lets you find out.
General – Star Wars is coming back to theaters next year — and this time it’s in 3D. But Lucasfilm is using the questionable strategy of starting with The Phantom Menace, easily the most reviled chapter in the saga. Here’s a new trailer for the 3D version of Episode I.
General – Lucasfilm is bringing back Darth Maul in a way that will somehow explain that he managed to survive being cut in half by Obi-Wan Kenobi — and he’s pissed. They’re not saying how they’re going to do it yet, but come Spring 2012, you’ll see for yourself on Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Special sneak […]
Features – George Lucas just keeps milking his cash cow (to death), and we just keep drinking his milk(shake). I love mixed metaphors. Anyhow, Lucasfilm today announced that the entire Star Wars saga will arrive on high-definition Blu-ray on September 12th all over the world, except for North America, which will be getting it on September 16th. […]