"Exodus on the Parkway," a new 36-page paper on the impact of tax rates on New Jersey's economic health begins by noting that it "does not provide proof or hard evidence that high income or high net worth residents are leaving New Jersey...Show More Summary
Artist Aled Lewis (previously at Neatorama) has finished a 30-foot-long cross-stitch tapestry that tells the entire story of Star Wars from The Phantom Menace to Return of the Jedi! Galleries Nineteen Eighty Eight tells us about it: A hand-stitched cotton thread on 30 foot of continuous length of 7 stitch per inch Klostern fabric. Show More Summary
For all their posturing and pronouncements and cool floating podiums, it sure can be hard to take Star Wars' Galactic Senate seriously. Read more...
… And millions of voices cried out in relief! Maybe if the queen focused more on making her case to the senate instead of focusing on changing in and out of elaborate costumes so much… After all she wasn’t elected to watch her people suffer and die right? Thanks for watching. The prequels have been […]
How 'Phantom Menace' should've ended; NFL teams mashed up with 'Star Wars'; How they made the LEGO movie; real technology 'Star Trek' inspired - and more! The post SR Geek Picks: ‘Phantom Menace’ Alternate Ending, Making of LEGO Movie & More appeared first on Screen Rant.
In 1999, anticipation was so high for George Lucas’ Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, many of us initially overlooked the film’s obvious problems. The awe and spectacle of seeing a new Star Wars film on the big screen outweighed the plot holes, terrible dialogue and awful characters. Years have passed, and now many […]
This animated episode of How It Should Have Ended (HISHE) features an alternate ending for George Lucas’ 1999 epic space opera film, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. Character art and animation were created by Daniel Baxter, with background artwork by Otis Frampton. We’ve previously written about HISHE’s ongoing series of animated videos. [...]
Tupac Shakur reportedly auditioned for a role as a Jedi in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. The late rapper is said to have read for the part of Jedi Master Mace Windu, but lost the role to Samuel L. Jackson. Death Row Records engineer Rick Clifford said that he and Tupac often... Show More Summary
Tupac was a rapper, actor and music icon, but he was supposed to have been a Jedi–at least according to a new interview with Death Row Records’ former Chief Engineer Rick Clifford. In a recent interview with a 2Pac fan site, Clifford revealed that Samuel L. Show More Summary
What if Mace Windu, Jedi warrior who was Master of the Order, had been played by the late rapper Tupac Shakur instead of Samuel L. Jackson? That bit of casting trivia has now come to light courtesy of an interview shared by 2Pac-Forum. Show More Summary
Tupac Shakur could have been in "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace," according to a new interview with Death Row Records' former Chief Engineer Rick Clifford. Clifford, who worked with Tupac before his death in 1996, spoke to 2Pac-Forum.com...Show More Summary
It's May 1999 and nearing midnight. My best friend and I are standing in a swollen, sweat-soaked line of humanity that snakes through a movie theater lobby, out into the overstuffed parking lot, and around back of the palatial building. Imperial stormtroopers mill through the crowd. Show More Summary
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga has arisen on iOS today. Spanning through the stories of all six films, this epic undertaking contains 120 characters across 36 stages. Episode One: The Phantom Menace is free, while the other stages are available as in-app purchases with the whole shebang costing $18.99 (about £12). Read more…
Back in February of 2012, Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace returned to theaters converted to 3D, and Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith were supposed to arrive in a hurry this past September and October. However, following...Show More Summary
Thank you, Betsy, for your home-page piece today and for your valiant efforts to save the Star Wars franchise by, well, starring in the new films.But Star Wars died long ago, sadly. It died in the Phantom Menace -- no, not at the hands of Jar-Jar Binks (after all the franchise survived the Ewoks) -- but at the hands of George Lucas's utopian visions. Show More Summary
MAJOR SPOILERS: After more than five seasons, we finally came face to face with Patrick Jane’s phantom menace… The serial
Almost 15 years have passed and we just can’t get over Jar Jar Binks. The kid-friendly addition to Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace was a technological marvel when he first appeared in 1999, but his voice, antics and incredibly annoying luck quickly made him the most hated character in the Star Wars universe. […]
If you’re a fan of Star Wars and you’ve watched the tripe that is The Phantom Menace, then you’re familiar with Jar Jar Binks. Worst. Character. Ever. And here’s what a dick George Lucas is. Even though everyone despised Jar Jar Binks in the first movie, Lucas put him in the second movie anyway. Granted,(...)
Thank you, whoever edited this deleted scene from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace so that the odious Jar-Jar Binks meets his
This video shows the worst character ever, Jar-Jar Binks, dying in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. It's a good day.