Fri, 10 Feb 2012 10:41:27 AM CST
Ahead of the 3D release of "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace," George Lucas tweaks some of the saga’s outspoken fans by setting the record straight: Greedo always shot first.
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Lucas tinkers with his movies yet again.
"Star Wars: Episode I" returns to theaters today, in 3D. But let’s flash back for a few moments to May 19th, 1999 – the day “The Phantom Menace” was originally released. If you were a die-hard “Star Wars” fan, like I was, you were going to see this movie regardless of what the critics wrote [...]
It's been exactly 500 days -- one year, four months, and thirteen days -- since we first learned that Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace was returning to theaters in 3D. Now, after all that waiting, it's finally here.
Taking away the fact that one film was a cinematic breakthrough and launched the fandom of a hundred-million would-be movie lovers and the other was released under crushing expectations, The Phantom Menace is really no better or worse than Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace Tagline: See It On The Big Screen Ask yourself one simple question about the re-release of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace in 3D: Are you (or is anybody you know) remotely excited? As far as Friday Flicks is concerned, our heart sank back in 1999 (at midnight on [...]
George Lucas was interviewed by Heat Vision about today's release of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace 3D and gave some controversial answers. About the changes he's made to the "Star Wars" movies over the years, he said: "Changes are not unusual - I mean, most movies when they release them they make changes. Show More Summary
Summary: In case you haven't heard, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace is out in 3-D this week. In fact, the first screenings have already aired as you read this. I'll be following movie news over the next few weeks to see how it performs...Show More Summary
This might just be a better movie than both the Phantom Menace or The Adventures of Tin Tin. Would you go see it? Link
Star Wars in 3D! Bacon in Milkshakes! What do these two things have in common? They’re both amongst the top stories of the week. This is week in review, the best of the week from February 6th to 10th. Culturemodo: The Phantom Menace 3D Review George Lucas may say that it’s “just a movie”, but to many folks, Star Wars is much, much more. We went to the Australian prem...
The Hollywood Reporter is celebrating the 3D re-release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace with a lengthy article about the Star Wars marketing behemoth and its 35-year licensing empire.
He's not even swayed by Josh Horowitz's ace Jar-Jar impression. [MTV] Read more posts by Kyle Buchanan
What a difference 13 years makes. This weekend, Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace is being re-released in theaters, this time with...
by Ryan Rigley There are a ton of reasons to see "Star Wars: Episode I" in 3D this weekend. First and foremost being the wide array of memorable characters that the movie introduces. Sure, Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul are cool. But what of the film's unsung heroes? I'm talking about characters that have maybe 10 [...]
Yeah, we get it, The Phantom Menace sucked and Jar Jar Binks was a terrible, possibly racist, creation. I think the last 12 years have exhausted all possible Phantom Menace-related humor. Clearly, there’s an appetite for seeing Star Wars in 3-D, otherwise why would George Lucas waste the time, effort, energy and money on a [...]
Last weekend, we saw two new picture do much more business than expected on a Super Bowl weekend. This weekend we’re looking at four pictures that could all do over $20 Million. Safe House, The Vow, The Phantom Menace 3-D, and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island all have name players, and target audience appeal. Who [...]
13 years too late.
Last night 20th Century Fox treated me to a screening of the new 3D version of "Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace," which is in cinemas now [Friday in the U.S.]. As I got to see it for free, it only seems fair I should let you know if it's worth spending actual money to see it. First off, it's worth mentioning the obvious. Show More Summary