Some guy over on AICN is claiming to have seen the first eight minutes of ROTS. Not sure if it’s true or not, but seems to jive with spoilers I’ve found on the net.
The review was quite favorable. Needless to say, massive spoilers.
Is it May yet? AHHHHH!!!!
The Crap Page has a stunningly brilliant use for all those old SW Pez dispensers cluttering up your junk drawer.
Behold the Darth Pez memory stick!
Finally! Something that speaks to those of us who have undying devotion to both Star Wars and chocolate.
According to TFN, grocery stores have begun receiving promotional flyers indicating that M&Ms and Skittles will be getting in on the Star Wars fun with some promotional packaging and the character “Jedi Master M.”
Somebody loves us out there.
CJ’s ‘favorite’ fanboy, Larry Groznic, is back with a new column – “I Must Take Issue With The Wikipedia Entry For ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic”:
I remained silent in regard to those smaller matters, but I cannot ignore the travesty you call a copyleft encyclopedia article on “Weird Al.” Those who know me either by reputation or through IRC know that I do not suffer fools gladly. If you have been on the business end of one of my notorious outbursts of Internet anger, I do sympathize. And, for what is to come forthwith, I offer you my grim condolence. En garde.
I think I dated this guy in college. Oh, the shame.
Darth Vader and Heidi Klum in Target commercial. (Quicktime required.) That’s certainly a step up from the Energizer Bunny!
In case you were wondering… the new FAQ is now live.
The official site has updated their databank for ROTS with new information on Anakin, Padme, Obi-Wan, Bail, Palpatine and one completely new character. The entries themselves are fairly vague, but there are several new photos.
The UK’s Channel 4 has posted a “review” of Revenge of the Sith.
Neat trick considering they’ve not seen it. Still, some interesting tidbits of information and speculation.
Big time spoilers, so run, run away cave-dwellers.
– Star Wars toys
– Polaroid Spectra instant film
The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collectors Society is sponsoring a drive to collect supplies for the Garrison Carida of the 501st Legion to use in their visits to children’s hospitals.
Getting into Star Wars is an infection that they’d probably welcome in children’s hospitals.
If you’re interested in helping out, mail your donations to:
Garrison Carida Toy Drive
c/o Andy Loney/Toy Cave
147 N. Hanover St.
Carlisle, PA 17013
Don’t feel like putting together a package? Ask your local 501st garrison if they could use similar assistance.