The ROTS trailer with 133t subtitles. Sheer brilliance.
Hayden Christensen isn’t afraid of being typecast. Good for him. Speaking of future roles, Rob Cohen has talked to Christensen about a role in his Sinbad remake, which stars Keanu Reeves in the title role. Stars of Star Wars and The Matrix existing in harmony? Just imagine the fanboys head’s exploding at that one.
Also, someone on the list (memory fails me) found out where Matthew Stover is blogging since his original host went down. He’s blogging his book tour and other publicity efforts, so be sure to check it out.
Jonesing for the trailer? Missed The O.C.? Don’t have Hyperspace or AOL? Too moral and upstanding to download an illegal copy? Well, just for you, TFN has a Frame by Frame ROTS Trailer Description!
Get an short preview at the trailer at starwars.com. I’m sorry, but you will have to sit through a few seconds of Mischa Barton attempting to emote.
Or just cut straight to the chase and check out Coming Soon’s latest Star Wars Roundup. A few new pictures and some interesting spoilers – and be sure to not to miss the bit about a cut scene.
First on The O.C, then on Hyperspace and AOL the evening of March 10th. It’ll be in theaters on the 11th, attached to Robots, as rumored. It will be available to all on starwars.com the 14th.
Revenge of the Sith producer Rick McCallum had a Hyperspace chat yesterday – although you have to be a Hyperspace member to see the whole thing, TFN has some highlights.
In case you missed it, the teaser trailer for Star Wars: Episode III has been released.
Needless to say, it caused quite a stir. And the internet is still clogged up, today, with fans trying to get a glimpse of the trailer on StarWars.com.
The Daily Telegraph in Australia described well the phenomenon (AND THE TRAILER…for those avoiding it).
Stay tuned. I suspect Lucasfilm will be releasing hit numbers in the near future.
TFN has a handy guide to where the ROTS teaser is playing today. If you don’t have AOL or Hyperspace, it’s airing on Access Hollywood (syndicated) or Total Request Live (MTV.)