Discussion in 'New Hampshire' started by Baron_Soontir_Fel, Feb 25, 2006.
That was good.
Cool stop motion with figures!
Link is fixed!
Thats not the link we're looking for?
I know Darth Vader dying and all was sad, but really? REALLY?
Another great SW figure movie
John, crying wife is the best website ever made in the history of the internet for this very reason:
"Did R2 get put back together?"
Holy crap, this is by far the COOLEST house I have ever seen!
Apparently Boba Fett has hit rock bottom...
Thats TK how do think hes going to CV not no his looks.
Man, that's priceless! lol
This one is pretty cool... : )
Is George Lucas Considering 'Star Wars' in 3-D?
The Jedi master has noticed the success of "Avatar" and is thinking about retooling his films to fit the format
By Brent Lang
George Lucas just can't stop fiddling around with his galaxy far, far away.
If the inveterate tinkerer has his way Han, Luke, Leia and Chewie may be headed for yet another makeover. This time the rebel insurgents and the evil empire may be getting the 3-D treatment...and we have "Avatar" to thank.
At an HBO after party following Sunday's Golden Globe awards, the director told Access Hollywood that James Cameron's monster hit has convinced him that the technology has evolved to the point where he was willing to reconfigure the outer space series so it could be viewed in three dimensions.
"We've been looking for years and years and years of trying to take 'Star Wars' and put it in 3-D," Lucas said. "We've been struggling with it, but I think this will be a new impetus to make that happen."
"Haven't been a big fan of 3-D, but that movie definitely improves in (the field of) 3-D," Lucas added.
Before he heads back into space, however, Lucas will film "Red Tails," which tells the story of the Tuskegee airmen, according to Access Hollywood.
This isn't the first time Lucas has re-visited the original trilogy. In 1997, the director spent over $10 million up revising the movies he shot in the 1970s and 80s and inserting scenes and characters that exploited CGI technology. Though the subsequent theatrical re-releases were box office successes, many of the director's changes were bemoaned by fans who believed that they weakened the arc of central characters such as Han Solo by scrubbing away their harder edges. Lucas festooned the movie with new digital alien creations, inserted a scene with Jabba the Hut in the first film, and changed a cantina shoot out to have the alien Greedo fire the first shot at Solo instead of the other way around.
As for the director's other attempt to revisit the Star Wars galaxy some 20 years later, well, that can be summed up in three words - "The Phantom Menace."
We knew this 3-D was comming to the star wars movies. since the new star tour ride is going to be 3-D and now with every movie coming out now.
Boba Fett! Boba Fett where! http://www.usatoday.com/life/movies/news/2010-03-25-empirestrikes25_CV_N.htm
Clone Wars preview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9M3O89lFCg&feature=player_embedded
Just found this ...thought I'd let you all see it.
Lucasfilm plans animated 'Star Wars' series (Reuters)Source: Reuters Fri Mar 26, 2010, 2:49 am EDT Buzz up! Share email imdel.ici.ousdiggfacebook
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - After two hit "Robot Chicken" parodies of "Star Wars," "Chicken" masterminds Seth Green and Matthew Senreich get to do the real thing.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas' Lucasfilm Animation said Monday it is developing a new animated "Star Wars" series that will take a comedic and irreverent look at the characters from the sci-fi franchise and will feature creative involvement from Green and Senreich as well as writing from Brendan Hay ("The Daily Show").
"The 'Star Wars' universe is so dense and rich; it's crazy to think that there aren't normal, mundane everyday problems in a world so well-defined," Green said. "What do these characters do when they're not overthrowing empires?"
Added Senreich, "We're going to pull back the curtain of some of those behind-the-scenes shenanigans."
There is no network announced for the new series, but given Lucas Animation and Green and Senreich's close ties with Cartoon Network, a deal with Cartoon or its Adult Swim programing block appears likely.
The new comedic "Star Wars" series follows Lucasfilm Animation's series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," which airs on Cartoon Network. Meanwhile, "Chicken" buoyed by its popular "Star Wars: Episode 1 and 2" specials, is the flagship series on Adult Swim.
It's an Empire State of Mind!
Where were you when the Death Star fell?
too cool http://www.geekologie.com/2010/04/in_a_bathroom_far_far_away_ack.php
I just about peed myself laughing looking at that! LOL
Well I guest you could do that in it too
Here is the BEST Star Wars Related link EVER!!! Check it out!. We are SUPER STARS! lol
http://fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll/articl ... /704289904
I fixed the link for you.
You'll also notice I got top billing! lol
Way yo go John and to your sidekick T.k
Ummmm... Not top billing. Just A,B,C order. Thank you.