Natalie Portman and Hayden Christensen in Episode II: Attack of the Clones have been voted as having the least convincing chemistry of on-screen couples by film fans.
No way! With dialog like, “I don’t like sand. It’s coarse and irritating and it gets everywhere. Everything here is soft and smooth,” who could believe that? I bet ladies everywhere are waiting for guys to use that line on them.
Samuel L. Jackson ( Mace Windu) reports that he rather enjoyed playing the baddie in his new film Jumpers.
He’s in the movie with a familiar face,
Mr. Dark Side himself, Hayden Christensen.
What if Quentin Tarantino made
Lord of the Rings? Orodruin Dogs, Ring Fiction, Natural Born Orcs, and White City. Not as good as Star Wars Pulp Fiction, but still pretty damn funny.
Bill Moyers’ interview with George Lucas from
, in The Mythology of Star Wars TV special four three parts: 1, 3, 4. I’m not sure where part 2 went, if it was ever there at all.
James Michael Tyler talks to
Jonathan Rinzler about The Art of Revenge of the Sith and , as well as The Making of Matthew Stover about the ROTS novelization and James Luceno about Dark Lord.
Screw that, have more funny
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I guess trilogies are guaranteed employment for an actor. Hopefully
Hayden Christensen sees this as a good thing. His latest movie Jumper (co-starring another Star Wars alum, Samuel L. Jackson) is going to be a trilogy.
Here’s some of what’s been going on in the outside world.
Also on the official site, Revenge of the Sith won two DVD awards. November 2006 Comics.
Speaking of comics, don’t bother looking for
in stores. It was supposed to come out today (the Legacy #3 schedule even said so until this morning) but it’s… not. Word on the boards is that last week’s books didn’t ship either. (I don’t know: I only buy Legacy.) Dark Horse isn’t the only one: Something is rotten in the comics industry.
“May the force be with you” tops online quote poll. And I don’t think TFN linked the poll, which means it might actually have won fair and square. Cool.
Some new The set includes a “Mystral” Shadow Guard, but unless they came with booze and/or naked men, I don’t think any of us noticed. Also, it seems they’re Star Wars miniatures debuted at GenCon. restarting the RPG.
Colleen Doran witnesses
The Fan From Hell. I think we’ve found one that beats the Woodtick, folks.
Those damn Harry Potter plagiarists made it all the way up the fannish blog chain to
John Scalzi. Twice.
Other stuff I would have blogged:
– NASA has misplaced the original moon landing tapes. Our tax dollars at work!
– Daniel Radcliffe is down with Harry Potter dying.
– Crazy mofo has “temporary” Wolverine piercing. My hand hurts just looking at it.
– Hayden Christensen making some movie.
– Things writers have no control over. (Add to the list: Killing Chewbacca.)
– The Top 8 Shows For SF Myth Busters.
– 11 Things in Fantasy/That I Don’t Promise Not to Use (or Keep Using) in My Writing and 6 More Things I Could do Without in Fantastic Literature & I don’t plan to use except to make fun of.
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“The man who played Anakin Beefstroker was actually better than Hayden Christensen.” –
Stephen Colbert, while discussing the (fake) porno Sperm Wars II: Attack of the Bones on his show.
Revenge of the Sith was up for three MTV Movie Awards tonight. Did it win any? Well, either you can wait until the show airs on June 8th, or you can look beneath the cut and find out now. Your choice. Continue reading