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[31.10.2005] Heute erscheint "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" auf DVD & Video... Und CS! meldet...
Variety reports that The Weinstein Co. is closing a deal to preemptively acquire the comedy film Fan Boys, based on a screenplay by Adam F. Goldberg and Ernest Cline.
The project follows a group of young, hardcore "Star Wars" fans from the Midwest determined to take their dying friend to Skywalker Ranch so that he can see the seminal sci-fi pic in its perfect setting before he dies.
Kyle Mann will make his feature helming debut on the project, which is being produced by the Trigger Street label's Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Evan Astrowsky and Matthew Perniciaro.
Dan Fogler is set to star and the movie is scheduled to begin filming on February 1.


[27.10.2005] StarWars.com meldet, dass Lucasfilm Animation Singapore die Pforten geöffnet hat und bereits fleissig an den kommenden "Star Wars"-TV-Abenteuern gearbeitet wird... Bei DH gibt es eine Kritik zur Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith DVD (3.5/5)...
[...] When it comes to DVDs, Lucasfilm always knows how to handle the goods and "Episode III" is no exception. The final "Star Wars" prequel looks glorious in this two disc set, delivering reference quality video and audio. Visually there's no grain, artifacts or visual problems of any sort in the high bit rate direct digital transfer. The trouble is in many ways the transfer is so good that the abundant CG and overused green screen effects look quite obvious and a little glossy, but that's more a problem of the filmmaking quality than anything else.
The sound on the other hand can not be questioned - the Dolby Digital transfer is perfect in every way, one of the best I've ever heard. With its rich audio scape and dynamic range fully encompassing all directions, its simply incredible. Dialogue is nice and clear, the score is well balanced and the sound effects thunderous enough to make your pets go scurrying.
Lucas, producer Rick McCallum, animation director Rob Coleman, and visual effects supervisors John Knoll and Roger Guyett all lend their voices to a very sober commentary track which goes into the complicated technical aspects and some of the storytelling philosophies.
Once again, the big extra is an extremely well made feature-length behind-the-scenes documentary, this time looking at all the crafts people and technical crew that go into making productions this lavish, and how difficult it is to produce just one minute of footage.
There's also two featurettes on the stunts and 'Fall of Anakin' storyline, six deleted scenes which deal more with Grievous and unravelling Palpatine's plan (though there's a sweet coda scene for Yoda), and a Yoda doing a hip-hop dance clip.
Capping it all off are some EPK style elements - a John Williams's music video, film and game trailers, television spots, 15 web documentaries, still gallery, artwork and game demos. The film was the best of the prequel series by far and the same can be said of this disc, which makes this a very worthy buy.


[08.10.2005] CS! meldet...
ComingSoon.net attended the Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith DVD junket at Skywalker Ranch on Thursday, October 6th. At the event, "Star Wars" producer Rick McCallum talked about both the new 3-D animated Clone Wars series and the live-action series in development.
"The animation is being done right now as we speak, it's starting to prep," McCallum said about the animated TV show. "That's being done here at the Ranch. A lot of the effects will be done in Singapore. But that won't really start moving forward, I mean it's just now conceptual work and script work now. I think George is trying to get 13 scripts done first before we really get into the pipeline of it. But that'll start happening probably at the end of March."
He added that "the live-action television series is something we're planning for just at the beginning of 2007 and we're just starting to interview writers and trying to really figure out, you know, which direction... It is going to be much darker, much grittier, it's much more character-based. He envisions somewhere like 100 hours between 'Episode III' and 'Episode IV' with a lot of characters that we haven't met but have been developed in other novels and other things. So, we're really excited about that because I think finally we can have the opportunity to answer everybody's questions once and for all by the time we finish the series."
Asked where the live-action series will be shot and in what kind of format, McCallum said that "principal photography will take place all around the world, probably with a base in Sydney. And, yes, we will be shooting in hi-def. Or, if anything else evolves within the next 12 months, you know, that would replace hi-def. I don't see that happening, but there may be new and more, or less expensive cameras with more optical imagery or optical discs that we record on. But basically it will be hi-def, yes."
"Revenge of the Sith" Animation Supervisor Rob Coleman was also present and talked about the two new series. "Rick and I haven't talked about it yet. I am involved in the animated series right now. We're here at the Ranch as Rick said and we're currently working on the project and I'm very excited about that. The live-action is a little further out, so we haven't had those discussions yet. But knowing George and knowing the franchise there's going to be animated characters in there, we just haven't discussed them yet."
Ian McDiarmid, who played Emperor Palpatine, was asked about possibly revisiting his character in the TV series. "Nobody really knows the details of the television series, I don't think that's because people are being particularly coy. I just think a lot of things haven't been decided yet. But I know that George's intention is to follow one of the characters who's been less highlighted up to now, but has been very popular with audiences. And sure, if it's the period between the movies, the Emperor has to be referred to. But you'll remember he was referred to often without actually appearing in the first Star Wars movie. And Peter Cushing was his very effective representative. So, I suspect there might be a number of very effective representatives, but you know, I always answer my telephone." [...]


[29.09.2005] Bei AICN gibt es Bilder der geschnittenen Szenen, die auf der "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" DVD enthalten sein werden !!!

[19.09.2005] CS! meldet...
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith hits DVD on November 1 and the New York Post talked to George Lucas about what kind of deleted scenes we can expect.
"Most are Senatorial in nature," Lucas said, "Some are about the conspiracy, in terms of starting the Rebel Alliance. But mostly there's lots of beautiful costumes!"
He also talked a bit more about the "Star Wars" TV show, which is in the works along with a new animated "Clone Wars" series.
"There will be a live-action show, but I don't know if it'll be in 2006," he says. "I haven't even started writing the script. It's all minor, minor characters. It's not the Skywalker story at all - that's going on in another part of the galaxy."


[02.08.2005] CS! meldet...
Variety says George Lucas addressed 4,000 computer pros at the annual Siggraph computer graphics conference and tradeshow in Los Angeles on Monday. He confirmed that Lucasfilm is already at work on the two "Star Wars" TV series.
The first is a 3-D animated "Clone Wars" series that will be made at Lucas Animation's Singapore facility. He said he'll start scouring Asia for talent and try to build up 3-D animation there. "It's also a way for me to get my foot into anime, which I like," Lucas said.
For the live-action series, he said, "we're going do something that would normally cost ($20 million-$30 million) and try to do it for $1 million," citing The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles as one show where he was able to stretch his production budget.
He said he'll shoot the series on a Sony digital camera system that anyone can buy at an electronics store.


[31.07.2005] IGNFF meldet...
If a producer announced a new television series in 2005, you'd expect to see progress on it by 2006, or '07 at the latest, right? Unfortunately, not so with the two Star Wars television series that fans have been promised.
According to Can Mag, at least one of the two shows, the much-anticipated live action series, won't go into production until at least 2008. It seems that George Lucas intends to do much of the writing and directing work himself, but his calendar is full for the next few years with the planned 3-D versions of the Star Wars movies as well as the long-awaited new Indiana Jones movie. After that, he'll start working on the new live-action Star Wars television.
At this point, it looks like it will be another three or four years before we find out what Lucas's vision of the post-prequel era is. This delay may or may not apply to the computer-animated series that deals with the Clone Wars. Perhaps if that comes out in the next two years, it will keep the fans happy. [...]


[26.07.2005] Wie Fox Home Entert. meldet, erscheint "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" am 31. Oktober 2005 auf DVD... Jetzt bei Amazon.de bestellen !!!

[20.06.2005] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] "Star Wars: Episode III" belegte mit 9,7 Mio. Dollar Platz vier und kann als mittlerweile elfterfolgreichster Film aller Zeiten auf ein Gesamtergebnis von 347,8 Mio. Dollar verweisen. [...]

[13.06.2005] Laut USA Today sieht es so aus, als würde Boba Fett in der kommenden TV-Serie auftauchen...
[...] Daniel Logan, 18, who played young Boba Fett in Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Lucas said Logan's character may be included in his live-action Star Wars TV series, which is in the works. [...]

[12.06.2005] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] Auf Platz drei hielt sich "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith", der nach 14,8 Mio. Dollar gesamt bei 332,1 Mio. Dollar hält und damit der 13. erfolgeichste Film am US-Boxoffice ist. [...]

[06.06.2005] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Auch am dritten Wochenende blieb "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" erfolgreich. Die Delle des vorangegangenen Schönwetter-Wochenendes konnte George Lucas' Science-Fiction-Epos dennoch nicht wieder gutmachen. Mit geschätzten 610.000 Besuchern (und gesamt mittlerweile mehr als vier Mio. Besuchern) ging es diesmal zwar nur 20 Prozent bergab [...]

[31.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Ein Boxoffice kosmischen Ausmaßes war George Lucas auch vergangenes Wochenende sicher: Mit einem Einspiel von rund 64,1 Mio. Dollar war "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" der erfolgreichste Film des vergangenen Wochenendes außerhalb von Nordamerika. Insgesamt spielte "Episode III" am internationalen Boxoffice damit bisher rund 248,7 Mio. Dollar ein. In Nordamerika sorgte der Film nach ersten Schätzungen an diesem Wochenende für ein Boxoffice von rund 55,3 Mio. Dollar. Damit wurden weltweit bisher insgesamt 504,4 Mio. Dollar eingespielt.
"Episode III" sorgte an seinem Eröffnungswochenende in Südkorea für ein Boxoffice von vier Mio. Dollar auf insgesamt 306 Leinwänden. In England wurde am vergangenen Wochenende ein Einspiel von 9,7 Mio. Dollar erreicht (485 Leinwände), in Frankreich generierte der Film 9,6 Mio. (938 Leinwände). In Deutschland durchbrach "Episode III" am vergangenen Wochenende die Drei-Mio.-Zuschauer-Marke und erzielte bis dato ein Einspiel von rund 20 Mio. Euro.


[27.05.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es ein "Easter-Egg"-Special...

[25.05.2005] Bei Cinescape gibt es ein neues Gerüchte bzgl. eines weiteren SW-Prequels... Ein Fan (!) zitiert George Lucas...
[...] He said, "'Star Wars' will never end. My involvement may, but the story will go on...."
I said what do you think would be more interesting.... telling a story prior to PHANTOM MENANCE or after RETURN OF THE JEDI?
(Lucas) said, no question about it, prior to PHANTOM MENACE. He said, that if he did ever do another storyline.... that he would do when the Jedi regained control of the universe from the Dark Lords (there were many of them) 800 years before PHANTOM MENACE. And a young Jedi named Yoda was instrumental in the effort. [...]


[24.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
"Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" wird mit einem Boxoffice Germany Award veredelt. Dank der sensationellen 1662 Zuschauer pro Kopie und den insgesamt 1.964.960 Besuchern am Startwochenende hat sich die Science-Fiction-Saga von George Lucas sogar für den Bogey in beiden Kategorien qualifiziert. Die für einen Silber-Bogey notwendigen zwei Mio. Zuschauer werden sich im Lauf des heutigen Montags einstellen.
Der Frankfurter Major kann sich freuen: "Episode III" erreichte nicht nur den besten Starttag aller Zeiten an den deutschen Kinokassen sowie das beste Startwochenende in diesem Jahr, sondern firmiert nun auch als bester Start eines Films für Twentieth Century Fox of Germany und hat als schnellster Film aller Zeiten - in nur zwei Tagen - die Eine-Mio.-Besucher-Hürde genommen, worüber sich Sales Director Mychael Berg besonders freut.


[23.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet über die Boxoffice-Rekorde von "Episode III"... Und die Herald Sun verbreitet erste Gerüchte zur kommenden Live Action TV-Serie...
MATT "Son of Moonface" Newton is apparently set to become the next Anakin Skywalker after George Lucas checked his availability for the planned 100-episode Star Wars TV series.
Newton was originally Lucas' second choice to play Skywalker in episodes one, two and three of the film franchise but the filmmaker settled on Hayden Christensen for the role.
Newton, son of legendary Australian TV entertainer Bert "Moonface" Newton, was even flown to California twice to meet with Lucas at the famed Skywalker Ranch in the lead-up to casting the film role.
But the California trips may not have been in vain.
Lucas's office has done an "availability check" on Newton for the planned spin-off TV series to be filmed in Sydney.


[22.05.2005] Pro7 zeigt heute um 16.00 Uhr ein "Episode III"-Special... Die Wiederholung gibt es um 4.00 Uhr in der Nacht... Und CS! meldet...
Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith added another $35.5 million on Friday from 3,661 theaters. That number in itself is the eighth biggest day ever.
The anticipated movie, budgeted at $113 million, has already grossed $85.5 million in two days. If estimates hold, "Episode III" would surpass Spider-Man's $83 million as the biggest two-day total ever.
"Revenge of the Sith" will cross $100 million today and tie Spider-Man and The Matrix Reloaded as the fastest movies to cross the mark in three days.
By Sunday, the film should set the four-day record with over $150 million. The previous record was set by The Matrix Reloaded with $134.3 million. [...]


[21.05.2005] Die NZ liefert eine schöne Kritik... Und Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Mit 705.348 Besuchern gelang "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" "der beste Starttag aller Zeiten", freut sich Mychael Berg, Sales Director Twentieth Century Fox of Germany. Bereits die Previews, die, wie allgemein üblich, eingerechnet sind, liefen sensationell.
Auch in den USA - dort wurden vorerst geschätzte 16,5 Mio. Dollar Einspiel nur mit den Mitternachtspreviews erzielt - und etlichen weiteren Territorien gehören die Preview-Ergebnisse zu den besten aller Zeiten. In Deutschland wie auch weltweit wird entsprechend mit deutlich besseren Umsätzen als mit den vorangegangen beiden Teilen der neuen "Krieg der Sterne"-Trilogie von George Lucas gerechnet. Im Laufe des Wochenendes sollten noch weitere Rekorde purzeln und dem bisher lahmen Kinojahr Beine machen.
"Star Wars: Episode 1 - Die dunkle Bedrohung" hatte Ende August 1999 am ersten Wochenende 1,8 Mio. Besucher in die deutschen Kinos gelockt, "Star Wars: Episode II - Angriff der Klonkrieger " 2002 - zu einem ähnlichen Startdatum wie "Episode III" - 1,85 Mio. Besucher.


[20.05.2005] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
While the storm troopers of doubt circled the beleaguered boxoffice of late, the Force was beginning to flex its power as 20th Century Fox's "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" was shattering records out of the gate with an estimated $16.5 million-$17 million in receipts from the midnight shows alone. "We'll be counting the grosses for a while," said Bruce Snyder, president of domestic distribution at Fox. "It's an absolutely remarkable number. It seems like the industry got kick-started last night at midnight." Snyder said final numbers will not be available for some time because midnight shows are not usually broken out of a single day's gross at the boxoffice.

[19.05.2005] Heute startet "Episode III" weltweit... Bei AICN gibt es zahllose Meinungen... Ausserdem gibt es bei AICN einen wirklich coolen Rückblick über die SW-Berichterstattung in den vergangenen Jahren...

[18.05.2005] Heute abend finden vielerorts "Episode III"-Vorpremieren statt... Wir sehen und freuen uns auf viele kostümierte Fans...

[17.05.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es einen weiteren "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" TV-Spot namens "Sith Happens"... Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Quint, bei Web.de gibt es eine weitere Kritik...
[...] "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" ist beste Unterhaltung auch für Kinogänger, die mit dem Kult um "Star Wars" nichts anfangen können, denn er bietet - wie erwartet - Spezialeffekte vom Feinsten und eine Geschichte voller Dramatik und Action. Und er sollte etwas schaffen, was den Episoden I und II verwehrt blieb: die Zustimmung der alten Fans zu finden. Denn einerseits ist der Film ernster und düsterer als seine Vorgänger. Und andererseits liefert "Episode III" alle Antworten [...]

[16.05.2005] Bei mySan.de gibt es eine Kritik von Jakob Montrasio...

[13.05.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Moriarty: Für Filmfans, für SW-Fans ohne Spoiler und SW-Fans mit SPOILER !!! Und bei StarWars.com gibt es einen neuen "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" TV-Spot namens "End of Wars"...

[12.05.2005] Bei Moviehole (4/5) und DH (3.5/5) gibt es Kritiken...

[11.05.2005] Es gibt erste Infos zur "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" DVD, die vor Weihnachten 2005 erscheinen soll... Bei Blickpunkt:Film gibt es eine Kritik zu EP3...
[...] Im Finale der Saga dominiert Action den Plot, bekämpfen sich Gut und Böse auf exotischen Planeten, trifft man vertraute und neue Figuren, unter denen Droidengeneral Grievous einen starken Eindruck hinterlässt. Was sich die Fankurve wünscht, wird erfüllt - von Laserduellen, neuen Kreaturen bis hin zum düstereren Ton. Am Ende fühlt man zwar nicht die Harmonie eines Meisterstreichs, wohl aber Zufriedenheit. [...]

[10.05.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Alexandra DuPont... Und CS! berichtet über die kommenden TV-Serien...
[...] the TV series will be shot in Australia and a deal will be done this June. The show will be one hundred episodes long and a hour each.
Lucasfilm is also developing a 3D half-hour version of the Clone Wars animated series that have aired on Cartoon Network. Static Multimedia has more on this with George Lucas:
"The TV series, the animated TV series called 'Clone Wars' is about the clone wars. Some of it has been on the Cartoon Network, but we're making it into an actual half hour, 3D animation series, and the other one deals with minor characters. And the time period is between episode 3 and episode 4, that 20-year stretch, but the characters aren't any of the main characters that are in the movies." [...]


[09.05.2005] Heute fand in München eine Pressevorführung von "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" statt: Unsere Kritik findet ihr hier...

[08.05.2005] Laut Blickpunkt:Film wurde "Episode III" von der Filmbewertungsstelle Wiesbaden (FBW) mit dem Prädikat "Besonders wertvoll" ausgezeichnet... Bei CS! gibt es Kritiken... Und bei iFILM gibt es Ausschnitte !!!

[07.05.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Harry Knowles...

[06.05.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es neue "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" TV-Spots namens "To Protect You" und "Seduction"... Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere Kritik zu "Episode III"... Bei Lego.com gibt es den Trailer zum Film "Revenge of the Brick", der am 9. Mai dort vollständig online zu sehen ist...
Danke an Jörg-Rene Franke

[05.05.2005] Bei AICN gibt es mehrere Kritiken zu "Episode III"... Und AICN hat noch mehr Kritiken... Und Pro7 zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Das Imperium schlägt zurück"...

[04.05.2005] Der unbedingt kaufenswerte "Star Wars: Episode III - Die Rache der Sith" Soundtrack, inkl. Bonus-DVD ist bereits erhältlich... Für Unentschlossene gibt es bei AICN eine schöne Zusammenfassung der Inhalte...

[01.05.2005] Pro7 zeigt heute um 6.35 Uhr die "Star Wars"-Doku "Empire of Dreams"... Um 8.35 Uhr folgt "Die Ewoks - Karawane der Tapferen"... Und bei StarWars.com gibt es das Musik-Video "A Hero Falls" mit ein paar neuen Szenen aus "Episode III"...

[30.04.2005] Pro7 zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Krieg der Sterne"...

[29.04.2005] Bei CS! gibt es eine grosse "Episode III"-Bildergalerie, sowie den "Star Wars Familiy Tree" und "Star Wars Through the Years"...

[28.04.2005] Bei ViewAskew.com gibt es eine positive Kritik zu "Episode III" von Kevin Smith, der - ganz nebenbei - auch an der kommenden "Star Wars" TV-Serie beteiligt ist (als Drehbuchautor und Regisseur)... SPOILER !!!

[24.04.2005] Heute um 20.15 Uhr zeigt ProSieben "Episode II - Angriff der Klonkrieger" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere... Und bei AICN gibt es Infos von George Lucas, der auf der "Star Wars Celebration III" einiges über die Zukunft von "Star Wars" erzählte...
[...] Lucas said that there were plans in the works to continue with the Clone Wars as half hour episodes on the Cartoon Network (applause erupted at this point, but I think underneath all of the clapping I heard Lucas say it was going to be 3-D animated, but there was a lot of applause so I could have been hearing things). He also commented on the live action future as well. He said that the whole project was probably about 2 years out, but that they wanted to get a full season of scripts written before production would start (like they did on Young Indiana Jones). He also said that the series would take place between Episodes 3 and 4. At a later edition of the 6 minute Sith montage (awesome by the way) Rick commented on the TV show as well, saying that there was a plan for 100 episodes (queue applause).
Finally, someone asked about the chances of films dealing with the Knights of the Old Republic to which Lucas stated that if the first planned TV series was a success there were opportunities to do series set at all different times out side of the saga [...]


[23.04.2005] CS! zitiert Rick McCallum, der auf der "Star Wars Celebration III" einige Szenen aus "Episode III" präsentierte und mit den Fans plauderte... SPOILER !!! 2 Stunden und 11 Minuten ist der Film lang, der am Dienstag fertiggestellt wurde... Und auch die Live-Action "Star Wars" TV-Serie wurde nochmals bestätigt...

[22.04.2005] Bei DemoNews.de gibt es neue Screenshots zum PC-Echtzeitstrategie-Spiel "Empire at War"...

[21.04.2005] Bei Moviehole gibt es ein Interview mit Samuel L. Jackson...

[19.04.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es neue "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" TV-Spots namens "Jedi Action I", "Jedi Action II" und "Unite"... Und bei CS! gibt es ein paar deutschsprachige Ausschnitte !!!

[13.04.2005] Bei CS! gibt es ein Zitat von George Lucas...
"A lot of my life has been wrapped up in this one thing. I can walk away from this now 'cause I feel it's the best I could do ... this is the film that people want to see" [...]

[04.04.2005] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zu "Star Wars 3-D"...
Variety reports that the 3-D version of the Star wars Saga might not be happening as soon as George Lucas stated at ShoWest:
At last month's ShoWest, George LucasGeorge Lucas said he's eager to release all six films in the "Star Wars" saga in digital 3-D, one film a year, starting in 2007. But even though Lucas has control of the pics and can release them when he chooses, Lucasfilm says a 3-D "Star Wars" series will have to wait.
"No, we don't have any real plans," "Star Wars" producer Rick McCallum says. "George had never seen the footage of the first six minutes of 'Episode IV' until a week before ShoWest."
Lucas "yearns for it to happen, he wants it to happen," McCallum says, "but we can't implement it until the industry gets its act together and pushes digital cinema forward."


[03.04.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es neue "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" TV-Spots....

[30.03.2005] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Testvorführung von "Episode III" - zumindest wenn man dem überglücklichen "Monterey Geek" Glauben schenkt...

[30.03.2005] Bei MilleniumFalcon.com und TFN gibt es neue "Episode III"-Bilder... Vorsicht MEGA-SPOILER !!! Bei CS! gibt es ein paar Aussagen von George Lucas bzgl. der kommenden "Star Wars" TV-Serien...

[27.03.2005] Bei MilleniumFalcon.com und TFN gibt es Bilder aus dem "Episode III"-Kalender... Vorsicht SPOILER !!! Bei CartoonNetwork.com und StarWars.com kann man sich die animierten Episoden von "Clone Wars: Volume II" anschauen...

[23.03.2005] StarWars.com widmet sich nun ganz und gar "Episode III"... Und DH weiss mehr über die Dinge, die danach kommen...
Steve Sansweet, Lucasfilm's Director of Content Management and Fan Relations, recently told Now Playing Magazine that "We are looking into all kinds of things for the future. We're looking for television clearly: Animation [and] we are looking into live action television... Certainly with LucasArts we are looking into interactive games; not only the kinds of things that are there now, but as technology progresses we're looking at what direction that can go".
What kind of live action television, be it an ongoing series or some kind of TV movies? Sansweet wouldn't say. "We will keep Star Wars alive and well as long as there is an audience, which we think is an indefinite horizon," he told the mag.


[21.03.2005] Bei AICN gibt es einen ausführlichen Bericht über ShoWest, sowie eine detaillierte Beschreibung der ersten Minuten aus Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[20.03.2005] Bei AICN gibt es einen Bericht über die Fox-Präsentation auf der ShoWest...
[...] what we saw has been shown to some people but only a select few. It was the first seven minutes (or thereabouts) of the film. We're talking the Fox logo, The Lucasfilm logo, the "A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away" title card, and the opening crawl which is immediately followed by one hell of a space battle. You talk to any fan and they'll tell you one of the most discouraging things about the first two prequels is the lack of kick ass space battles. This opening more than makes up for it. And the colors--good lord, the colors! This sequence is so incredibly vibrant. Simply stunning. [...]

[19.03.2005] Bei CS! gibt es wieder eine Dosis Episode III, u.a. Infos zum Ende... SPOILER !!! HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
George Lucas is such a fan of the latest 3-D technology that he is planning to remaster all of the "Star Wars" films for rerelease in 3-D. Appearing as part of a sextet of high-profile directors promoting 3-D and digital cinema at ShoWest on Thursday, Lucas said he hadn't yet committed to a precise schedule but hoped to have the first film ready for the 30th anniversary of the original "Star Wars" movie in 2007 and that he would then rerelease one "Star Wars" film per year in 3-D. [...]

[16.03.2005] Bei IESB gibt es eine Auflistung der Titel zum "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Soundtrack... SPOILER !!! Unterdessen gibt es den "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer auch im Quicktime-Format....

[12.03.2005] Bei TREKNews.de gibt es "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer im HDTV-DivX-Format... Und bei CS! gibt es wieder eine schöne Dosis Episode III, u.a. neue Bilder...

[11.03.2005] Der neue "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer ist online !!!

[09.03.2005] Bei StarWars.com gibt es das finale "Episode III"-Poster !!! Und bei GameCaptain.de gibt es die bislang verfügbaren Infos zum kommenden SW-Echtzeit-Hit "Empire at War" !!!

[05.03.2005] Bei AICN gibt es einen Kommentar von Harry Knowles, zu einem neuen kurzen "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer-Clip...

[03.03.2005] MTV.com sprach mit George Lucas über "Episode III" und die Zeit danach...
[...] "The film is finished, basically," reported Lucas. "We just finished the music last week, and I'm going to mix it next week. In a month, it will be pretty much finished."
Last month, Vanity Fair magazine promoted Lucas' upcoming release via an Annie Leibovitz photo spread that featured the writer/director/producer posing with stars and characters from all six films. These days, any question about Jar Jar, Midi-Chlorians or Greedo shooting first might mark the last time he has to address such geek-boy concerns. Lucas insists that he hasn't had to face those tearful final moments yet, but expects them to come along soon enough.
"I'm just chugging along like I normally am," he said. "We're getting very close now, but we're still working away like crazy. It's hard to stand up, breathe and realize it's all coming to an end."
Working in the present to put the past behind him, Lucas is keeping his energy level up by looking toward the future. "I'm going to produce a film called 'Red Tails,' about black fighter pilots during World War II," he said. "I'm going to produce a couple TV shows, then I'll think about when I'll direct again." [...]


[01.03.2005] Der neue "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer wird am 11. März 2005 um 6.00 Uhr morgens veröffentlicht !!! Ab dem 11. März 2005 wird der Trailer im Vorprogramm von "Robots" zu sehen sein - zumindest in den US-Kinos...

[19.02.2005] Bei CS! gibt es wieder eine schöne Dosis Episode III, u.a. neue Bilder... SPOILER !!!

[13.02.2005] Bei CS! gibt es wieder eine Sammlung rund um Episode III, u.a. neue Bilder, Infos zur TV-Serie... SPOILER !!!

[09.02.2005] Ubisoft meldet...
Im Rahmen der europäischen Pressekonferenz zum Nintendo DS bestätigte Yves Guillemot den Release von "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" im kommenden Frühjahr und kündigte gleichzeitig eine Nintendo DS-Umsetzung von "King Kong" zum Ende des Jahres an. [...]

[06.02.2005] Bei CS! gibt es erneut eine Zusammenstellung interessanter Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[29.01.2005] Bei CS! gibt es erneut eine Zusammenstellung interessanter Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[26.01.2005] StarWars.com enthüllt den einleitenden Lauftext von ROTS !!!

[22.01.2005] Bei CS! gibt es eine detaillierte Beschreibung zum kommenden "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Trailer !!!

[16.01.2005] Bei AICN gibt es sehenswerte ROTS-Concept Art...

[05.01.2005] Bei AICN gibt es u.a. Infos zur "Clone Wars"-DVD...

[03.01.2005] Bei IDontFear.com gibt es mehrere neue Bilder aus Episode III... MEGA-SPOILER !!!

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