Seems some fans are just a bit too keen to get their hands on Burger Kings toys.
“They warned me before it started someone may try to steal my Darth Vader off the roof,” said Chris Hamilton, manager at a Columbus Burger King. But Hamilton wasn’t ready for thieves to break into his Plexiglas display case to steal “Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith” toys during the promotion. His restaurant is on its third case.
PG denies being in the vicinity. Yav isn’t even on the continent.
Star Wars vomit bags. Just the thing for rewatching the prequel ‘romance’ scenes!
Tiny adorable comic strips at the i <3th darth adventure. Cute and evil, two great tastes that taste great together.
National Geographic looks at how scientifically feasible the Star Wars galaxy is. As usual, the answer is “not very”, but it’s interesting (and educational!) to wonder.
This writer gets it ! (Even if she has a few things wrong.)
For TPM Obi-Wan:
It is also a grand-slam exploration of the vast emotional range lying within
ROTS has fallen to third place at the box office this week, but it’s climbing up the all-time list steadily – #19 at the moment, but it’ll probably pass ROTJ and AOTC pretty easily. It also beat Shrek 2‘s record for being the fastest film to reach $300 million.
Thanks to Liz for pointing this one out.
You gotta love an airline that knows its audience. And a great way to fly over to London to catch Ewan McGregor in Guys and Dolls!
In the press, USA Today goes to Lucasfilm for answers to some of the questions raised by Revenge of the Sith, while The Christian Science Monitor profiles Charles Ross and The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy.
There’s a new daily newsletter for the ever-expanding Star Wars fandom on Livejournal. Jedi News is a daily roundup of icons, fanfic, essays, and other links of interest in much the same vein as the Harry Potter fandom’s Daily Snitch.
Well, he may have stopped writing music for Harry Potter, but John Williams still has the magic.
Congratulations to Mr. Williams for winning 8 slots on the ClassicFM list of Top40 Movie Soundtracks!
Star Wars was kept from the top spot by Howard Shore’s Lord of the Rings soundtrack, but that’s a worthy man to take it from him.
Congratulations, Mr. Williams!