'LEGO Star Wars: Droid Tales' will be an animated miniseries retelling the plots of 'The Phantom Menace' through 'Return of the Jedi.' "Disney is Remaking the Six Existing Star Wars Movies With LEGO" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
Carl Williams’ love for the galaxy far, far away started not so long ago, when he was five years old. His grandmother had taken him to see Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. By the time Episode II: Attack of the Clones came out...Show More Summary
While attending a panel discussion at the Sundance Film Festival yesterday, George Lucas, the man who created the original Star Wars series—a phenomenon that launched an industry-wide push for increased spectacle and tie-in merchandising—and...Show More Summary
To his father’s hardcore supporters, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is like “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace” – a disappointing sequel to a beloved franchise. But as the younger Paul — who spent the weekend sucking up to billionaires at a secretive retreat organized by the Koch brothers...
Remember a few years ago when Star Wars Episodes I, II and III were supposed to be released in 3D but only Phantom Menace made it to theaters? I still have the commemorative glasses but I was really disappointed that they … More » The post Will You See “Revenge of the Sith” in 3D? appeared first on EveryJoe.
Despite the fact that fans have repeatedly panned Star Wars: Episode I â?? The Phantom Menace throughout its 16 year life span, there were a couple of bright spots in an otherwise dismal film. One such spot has always been Liam Neeson's performance as Jedi Knight/Obi Wan Kenobi's mentor, Qui-Gon Jinn. Show More Summary
In an interview with Yahoo Movies, Liam Neeson said that he is open to return as master Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn, a character he portrayed in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace back in 1999. The actor said: “Yeah, I’d say so. Yeah, that would be terrific. Show More Summary
Actor Khan Bonfils died Jan. 6 when he collapsed during a play rehearsal in London, Britain's Telegraph reports. He was 42. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Khan Bonfils
We all know that Qui-Gon Jinn dies at the end of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. A few of us also know the character endured in the franchise, appearing to Yoda, Obi-Wan and Anakin during The Clone Wars. It was he who figured...Show More Summary
Kan Bonfils, an actor who appeared in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Batman Begins and Skyfall, died earlier this week while rehearsing for his latest play. He was prepping a show called Dante’s Inferno in London when he collapsed and was unable to be revived. Show More Summary
HOW didn’t Menace In The Phantom make TMT’s Top 50 Albums of 2014?? Obviously didn’t (and wouldn’t) stop old Ahnnu on the straight foot-twerk grind. As he just got featured on DGM?.?VOL?.?1_ with the mysterious (but probably not) VATOGATO. Show More Summary
Khan Bonfils, an English actor who appeared in James Bond movie “Skyfall” and as Jedi master Saesee Tiin in the 1999 film “Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace,” has collapsed and died during rehearsals for a theatre production. The...Show More Summary
For years, Patton Oswalt struggled with an addiction to seeing movies. His world would revolve around his obsession with seeing movies in the theater--that is, until he saw Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. Say what you will about Phantom...Show More Summary
Facts of the Day – the actor who played Young Anakin Skywalker, Jake Lloyd, in The Phantom Menace was constantly picked on at school by his peers for his role, it turned him off acting ever since the movie Facts of the Day – Hans-Ulrich Rudel is the only person to be awarded the “Knight’s […]
Going by movie order, The Battle of the Five Armies is Revenge of the Sith, but if we're looking at quality, it's The Phantom Menace all the way. While not as bad as The Phantom Menace, it's still the runt of the Middle Earth family....Show More Summary
Fifteen years ago, this was it. This was everything I wanted from the Internet. Access behind the scenes of the new Star Wars movie. Today, not much has changed. We’d all kill for even a glimpse at what was going on on the set of J.J. Show More Summary
And now, there is actual footage from the next Star Wars movie out there, and it’s been a long time since 1998’s The Phantom Menace teaser introduced us to the world of that trilogy. This also being the holiday weekend, it’s a bit difficult...Show More Summary
Does anyone remember what they were doing when they first saw the trailer for The Phantom Menace? It was November 1998, and some people were probably sitting in a theater, waiting to see some now-classic film like The Waterboy or Meet Joe Black. Show More Summary
With the Star Wars Episode 7 trailer coming out today, the Dorkly site has looked back at the reaction to the first trailer for The Phantom Menace. It’s safe to say some people may have been overenthusiastic: Check out Dorkly for many more reactions, including the poor soul who predicted “He may be a sidekick, […]
In anticipation of tomorrow's Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer premiere, Dorkly takes us all the way back to 1998, to see how people reacted to the release of the Phantom Menace trailer.