Domino’s Pizza Japan released a special R2-D2 pizza box promo for the 3D reissue of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, which also includes a Star Wars movie poster. For an extra 450 yen ($4.50), you could obtain a delicious pizza packed inside of the droid you are looking for. images via 8tokyo.com via [...]
The Financial Times’ Philip Stephens is a reliable propagandist for the Brussels order, so, right on cue, here he is, fretting about—dread word—‘populism’. Put a bunch of European leaders in a room and it is fair bet that the conversation turns to the rise of populist politics across the continent. Show More Summary
ByPatrick J. O'Hare: My son, who will be seven next month, is big into Star Wars right now. Like Jabba the Hutt big. He knows way more about the Star Wars trilogy I grew up with than I ever did and he can easily pull Jedi mind tricks on me with his knowledge of the prequel trilogy. Show More Summary
Is Scott Turow, in 2013, seriously trying to raise the specter of electronic piracy as a threat to authors’ livelihoods? And there are many e-books on which authors and publishers, big and small, earn nothing at all. Numerous pirate sites, supported by advertising or subscription fees, have grown up offshore, offering new and old e-books free. Show More Summary
Phantom is a submarine movie based on a set of true facts. It concerns the sinking of a Russian submarine and the suppositions about how it came to happen.
Check out the free interview with World-Class Creature Designer, Terryl Whitlatch on Schoolism.com. Her credits include projects such as Brave, Jumanji, Beowulf, Brother Bear, Star Wars Episode 1: Phantom Menace and many more! She also has artwork featured in Katurran Odyssey Book Among Others. She also has a Creature Design Master Class at the website, Tales of Amalthea.
Every geek worth his salt has a healthy dose of appreciation for the Star Wars franchise. Maybe not for all the movies (Phantom Menace? Really?), but rare is the geek
British actor Terence Stamp may have 79 films to his credit, but after his recent comments about the rocky relationship between the actor and George Lucas during the filming of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, he probably won’t be invited back to reprise his role as Chancellor Valorum. In an interview with Empire Magazine, Stamp was [...]Show More Summary
He just wanted to meet Natalie Portman.
Until last year, the best way to milk additional theatrical coin out of the Star Wars franchise seemed to be releasing the films in 3D remasters. The process started with the 3D release of Episode I: The Phantom Menace, which hit theaters in February 2012. That release didn’t do all that well, and with the [...]
Say what you want about Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace as an overall film, but John Williams‘ score is fantastic. Duel of the Fates is one of the most exhilarating pieces of music in the entire Star Wars series; Anakin’s Theme is beautifully weaved through the film; and The Flag Parade is an amazing build up [...]
Filling a gap in the Original Star Wars Generation's collections, I Am Shark is releasing all three Star Wars prequel soundtracks on 33 rpm records. First up will be The Phantom Menace, naturally, followed by Attack Of The Clones and Revenge Of The Sith. Follow this link to find out more.
St. Petersburg police have dispersed a snowball fighting flashmob in the city center. The RuNet is outraged.
Okay, I’m going to say it. Les Miserables sucked. There. I can’t take it back. We could have done a Phantom Menace and lied to ourselves for months, but I think it’s better to accept the truth now. Ahhh, that’s good. It’s a load off my chest. [Ed note: Spoilers follow].
We don't know how, or why, or when it happened, but at some point, exposing spoilers became the most atrocious breach of social decorum known to man. (Somehow, we're sure "The Phantom Menace" is to blame.) In this clip from the upcoming...Show More Summary
Remember the movie Fanboys, in which a group of friends tries to sneak into Skywalker Ranch in spring of 1999 to get their cancer-stricken friend a sneak-peek at The Phantom Menace? If you have...
image credit May 19, 1999, was a pop culture milestone: Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace, the first Star Wars movie in 16 years, opened in the United States. More than two million people took the day off of work to see it. And...Show More Summary
The Lord of the Rings trilogy. What is there to say about the behemoth of the modern cinematic age, with its awards, its ridiculously long running times and its enormous footprint in the sand of the modern movie epic?
Character derived from an unused concept for the Gungans by Terryl Whitlatch, and introduced in the book The Making of Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace.
Well, Peter Jackson is no George Lucas, I’m happy to report, and his new Middle-earth prequel is no "Phantom Menace." But the movie is a disappointment, and not only because it fails to equal the grand achievement of Jackson’s Lord of...Show More Summary