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[31.12.2004] Bei CS! gibt es erneut eine Zusammenstellung lesenswerter Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[18.12.2004] Bei CS! gibt es erneut eine Zusammenstellung lesenswerter Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[10.12.2004] Bei CS! gibt es mal wieder eine Sammlung lesenswerter Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[21.11.2004] Bei CS! gibt es wieder eine Sammlung aktueller Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[17.11.2004] SPOILER: Yoda im Holoroom !!!

[15.11.2004] Bei AICN gibt es einen weiteren Bericht über die ersten 7 (!!!) Minuten aus "Episode III"... SPOILER !!! ;-)

[13.11.2004] Bei AICN schreibt Remo über die ersten 8 Minuten aus "Episode III"... SPOILER !!!

[09.11.2004] StarWars.com bietet neue Bilder der "ROTS"-Hauptcharaktere !!! Ach... Ab heute gibt es den "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Teaser-Trailer auch ganz offiziell... ;-)

[05.11.2004] Der deutsche TV-Sender ProSieben zeigt heute um 20:13 Uhr den "Episode 3" Teaser-Trailer !!! Die Trailer-Premiere ist der Auftakt zu weiteren "Star Wars"-Specials des Senders vor dem Kinostart...

[04.11.2004] Der "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!!

[30.10.2004] Bei CS! gibt es eine Sammlung aktueller Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[29.10.2004] StarWars.com hat das "Episode III" Teaser-Poster enthüllt...

[26.10.2004] Bei TFN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Rohfassung von Episode III... Furzender Yoda !?! SPOILER !!! Bei AICN gibt es einen Kommentar von Quint...

[23.10.2004] Bei CS! gibt es wieder einen Rundumschlag in Sachen Episode III... SPOILER !!!

[22.10.2004] StarWars.com wird den "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Teaser-Trailer am 4. November 2004 allen Hyperspace-Mitgliedern zugänglich machen...

[17.10.2004] Bei CS! gibt es mal wieder eine schöne Dosis aktueller Meldungen rund um Episode III... SPOILER hie und da...

[12.10.2004] Bei TFN gibt es eine detaillierte Beschreibung zum "Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" Teaser-Trailer, der im Vorprogramm von Pixar's "The Incredibles - Die Unglaublichen" zu sehen sein wird !!!

[07.10.2004] Bei CS! gibt es eine überschaubare Zusammenfassung aktueller Meldungen rund um Episode III...

[29.09.2004] Suntimes.com meldete kürzlich, dass die zweite Staffel von "Clone Wars" in Anmarsch ist... Dieses Mal werden die Episoden jeweils 12 Minuten lang sein, was laut Genndy Tartakovsky (u.a. "Samurai Jack") mehr Raum für die Entwicklung der Charaktere und die Action ergibt...

[20.09.2004] Heute erscheint nach jahrelanger Warterei die "Star Wars" Trilogie (Episode IV-VI) auf 4 DVDs...

[17.09.2004] AP sprach mit George Lucas erneut über das Thema DVD, sowie über die Zukunft von "Star Wars"...
[...] Ultimately, I'm going to probably move it into television and let other people take it. I'm sort of preserving the feature film part for what has happened and never go there again, but I can go off into various offshoots and things. You know, I've got offshoot novels, I've got offshoot comics. So it's very easy to say, "Well, OK, that's that genre, and I'll find a really talented person to take it and create it." Just like the comic books and the novels are somebody else's way of doing it. I don't mind that. Some of it might turn out to be pretty good. If I get the right people involved, it could be interesting.

[12.09.2004] ProSieben zeigt heute um 15.10 Uhr die TV-Doku "Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy", die (in etwas längerer Form) auch auf der "Star Wars"-Trilogie DVD-Edition enthalten ist !!! The Digital Bits hat sich die DVD-Box ganz genau angesehen und liefert umfangreiche Infos, u.a. zur deutlich aufpolierten Bild- und Tonqualität, zu einigen einschneidenden Änderungen der nochmals überarbeiteten Special Editions, Easter-Eggs,...
Unterdessen sprach George Lucas mit MTV.com...
Don't expect any more "Star Wars" flicks after "Revenge of the Sith" - George Lucas says he's done.
"This was never planned as a nine-episode work," Lucas said. "The media [pounced when] I made an offhand comment, 'It might be fun to come back when everyone's 80 and do another one of these.' But I never had any intention of doing that." [...]
"Sith" may mark the end on an emotional level, too. "All the good guys die," he said, laughing. "And you know, it's pretty dark. It's pretty intense. I'm not sure this one is going to end up a PG like the others were."
That apparently doesn't have so much to do with actual violence - like previous "Star Wars" films, this one will have lots of battles and space action - as with what happens to Padme and the children borne from her union with Anakin Skywalker following their escape and separation. "It's a happy story," Lucas joked. [...]


[10.09.2004] IESB sprach mit Mark Hamill über weitere Episoden...
[...] "He talked about doing a VII, VIII, IX," Hamill began. "You know when I first did this, it was four trilogies. 12 movies! And out on the desert, any time between setups... lots of free time. And George was talking about this whole thing. I said, ‘Why are you starting with IV, V and VI? It’s crazy.’ [Imitating Lucas grumble,] ‘It’s the most commercial section of the movie.’ He said the first trilogy’s darker, more serious. And the impression I got, he said, ‘Um, how’d you like to be in Episode IX?’ This is 1976. ‘When is that going to be?’ ‘2011.’ I defy anyone to add 36 years to their lives and not be stunned. Even an eight year old is like, ‘No, I’ll never be 47.’ So I did the math and figured out how old I’d be. I said, ‘Well, what do you want me to do?’ He said, ‘You’ll just be like a cameo. You’ll be like Obi Wan handing the lightsaber down to the next new hope.’ And I’m thinking, ‘I love the guy. If he wanted me to do light yard work at his house, I’d be out clipping the hedges.’ So I went, ‘Sure.’ But I thought he just realized that he’s going to be doing it the rest of his life and he’d rather not do that." [...]

[23.08.2004] Eidos hat sich mit Giant Interactive Entertainment Ltd die Vertriebsrechte an LEGO Star Wars gesichert - Das Spiel erscheint im April 2005 für PlayStation2, Xbox, PC und Game Boy Advance... Ganz nebenbei wird in der Pressemeldung der deutsche Titel für "Episode III" enthüllt: "Die Rache der Sith"... Unterdessen gibt es eine aktualisierte Version des "Episode III"-Fan-Romans bei TFN...

[17.08.2004] TFN liefert neue Gerüchte bzgl. Episode VII bis IX...
[...] you might be curious as to why everyone at ILM just signed NDA's (Non Disclosure Agreement) saying that they will not discuss Star Wars EP7, 8, or 9. Since they're not being made, why the NDA's? Of course, since when has the flannel one been consistent? [...]

[25.07.2004] Der Titel für "Episode III" wurde auf der San Diego Comic-Con preisgegeben: "Revenge of the Sith" !!! Nachzulesen u.a. bei StarWars.com, AICN und TFN...
[...] The title was released at the end of the show, causing massive audience cheering and applause. Steve Sansweet then took off his Sith baseball jersey to reveal a ROTS T-shirt, closing the panel by saying "These T-shirts will be on sale in the Lucas Pavillion in 5 minutes!" [...]

[30.04.2004] TFN berichtet über die "Episode III" Marketingkampagne und was uns danach erwartet...
[...] the marketing campaign starts officially in September, with the Classic Trilogy Saga DVDs and the Ep. III documentary included (which is very important because they no doubt plan to draw new fans to the saga with this). Then November with the release of the teaser poster, the trailer in March and the Movie in May 2005.
We're continuing to hear about the direction for Lucasfilm and Star Wars post-Episode III. While there won't be more movies, we continue to hear the move is to TV. Sources are now telling us that there WILL be a TV series in 2006.


[09.04.2004] Heute beginnt die Jedi-Con 2004 !!!

[28.03.2004] Bei SuperShadow.com gibt es eine detaillierte Beschreibung des "Episode III"-Plots... Natürlich ohne Gewähr... Trotzdem: Vorsicht SUPER-MEGA-SPOILER !!!

[23.03.2004] StarWars.com hat Bilder der "Star Wars"-Trilogie DVD-Verpackungen veröffentlicht !!!

[12.03.2004] Bei CS! gibt es das kommende SW Insider-Cover, welches General Grievous zeigt !!! Und wer sich das SW3-Filmerlebnis gänzlich versauen will, kann bei TFN vorbeischauen und sich "The Birth of Darth Vader" anschauen... MEGA-SPOILER !!!

[10.03.2004] Bei Movie-Vault.com kann man einen Blick auf den "bösen" Anakin, aber auch auf ein paar nette Frauen werfen...

[02.03.2004] KamuiWeb.com hat Entwürfe der "Star Wars"-Trilogie DVD-Verpackungen veröffentlicht !!!

[21.02.2004] StarWars.com gibt es Infos zum "Episode III"-Bösewicht: Sein Name ist General Grievous...

[11.02.2004] Bei Movie-Vault gibt es neue EP3-Bilder... Nicht zu vergessen: Das Warten hat ein Ende !!! StarWars.com berichtet über die Veröffentlichung der "Star Wars"-Trilogie auf 4 DVDs - am 21. September 2004 (USA/Kanada)...
[...] includes a bonus disc filled with all-new special features -- including the most comprehensive feature-length documentary ever produced about the Star Wars saga and never-before-seen footage from the making of all three films. Each of the three films in the Star Wars Trilogy has been digitally restored and re-mastered by THX for superior sound and picture quality.
"First and foremost, the DVDs will deliver the very best possible sound and picture and take advantage of everything the medium can offer. On top of that, we are creating added-value material that gets inside the creation of the Star Wars films in a fresh and fun way," Ward said. "We want watching this DVD collection to be as memorable as seeing the movies for the first time." [...]


[26.01.2004] Neue SW-Spiele in Sicht: GameSpy bietet ein Special zu "Star Wars: Battlefront", unter StarWars.com gibt es erste Infos zu "Star Wars: Republic Commando"... Bei TFN gibt es u.a. Infos zu einer möglichen "Star Wars" TV-Serie, die zwischen Episode III und IV spielen soll...
[...] People we trust are telling us that there's a TV show on the design table. Instead of a Rogue Squadron series (which we first theorized some time ago), they may be looking at a post Episode 3 - pre Episode 4 about the rise of Darth Vader and why he is so feared in the OT.
We cannot confirm yet if the show is intended as live-action or animated (like Clone Wars). Since this is all in the early stages, it could change further down in pre-production. [...]


[21.01.2004] Bei DH gibt es eine Sammlung von Info-Schnipseln zu "Episode III"... SPOILER !!!

[13.01.2004] StarWars.com gibt es Infos zur Eröffnungssequenz in "Episode III"... SPOILER !!! Derweil werkelt ILM fleissig an den Special Effects Aufnahmen...

[06.01.2004] Bei MTV.com gibt es ein Interview mit Natalie Portman...

[24.12.2003] Bei Movie-Vault.com gibt es gescannte Bilder aus der aktuellen Ausgabe des "Star Wars Insider"...

[10.12.2003] Bei USA Today gibt es einen Bericht über die "Cold Mountain"-Premiere, bei der u.a. Natalie Portman und Bai Ling zugegen waren... SPOILER !!!
[...] In May 2005, Portman will again play mother (and wear expanding pregnancy padding) when her Star Wars: Episode III character, Padmé Amidala, gives birth to twins, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. Comparing her two maternal roles, Portman said, "Both have a heavy responsibility where their own survival becomes crucial to their children's survival."
Among the guests at the St. Regis after-party was actress Bai Ling. Ling also appears in the next Star Wars, playing Senator Bana Breemu alongside Portman. "My character helps put Padmé's mind at peace when she's in trouble," Ling previewed. [...]


[04.12.2003] Bei TFN gibt es Infos zur DVD-Veröffentlichung der "Star Wars"-Trilogie...

[07.11.2003] Bei AICN gibt es interessante Infos zu Episode III und mehr, u.a. zu einer weiteren "Star Wars" TV-Serie... SPOILER !!!
[...] The marketing timeline for Star Wars is as follows - This week, The Clone Wars, then the original Star Wars trilogy is being released September 2004, then Episode 3 teaser advertising begins in January of 2005, Episode 3 May 2005, Episode 3 DVD/VHS November 2005. One little fun fact - seems that they have TWO Star Wars television ideas floating around the ranch...one would be animation and the other - LIVE ACTION. These television projects would be in 2006. Let's hope they're better than the Star Wars Christmas Special, or those Ewok films.
But the REAL meat and potatoes was the Episode 3 footage! Some cool as hell stuff. Anakin is looking darker than ever. Dark clothes, with what appears to be some scars on his face. They showed one seen with Obi-Won, The Emperor and Anakin crashing their ship into a planet as the ship burns.
They showed some animation of what will be OB1's transportation at one point in the film. A large lizard that's able to walk upside down and scale walls. [...]


[28.10.2003] Wenn man der folgenden Meldung bei AICN Glauben schenken darf, dann wurde die Special Edition zwischenzeitlich nochmals digital überarbeitet...
[...] Today I attended that screening of Star Wars: Special Edition here in L.A. at the City of Angels Film Festival. As you mentioned on your site, this was the Special Edition print, not the original cut. Special Edition or not, it's always cool to see Star Wars on the big screen.
But there was something unusual about this screening.
This was not the Special Edition print that is on VHS. There were changes in this print - specifically, the lightsabers in the Obi/Vader duel were enhanced. This has been a nitpicky thing since the SEs were released: why didn't they fix the rotoscoping on the lightsabers? Well, in this print (which, strangely, was not a new looking print) the sabers WERE fixed. Obi-Wan's saber was brilliant blue and Vader's saber was bright red (not white) in every shot - even in the shot as the blast doors are closing. In the shot where Ben's saber is pointed at the camera (where it suddenly looks like a stick) it was correctly filled in and had a glorious blue glow. I wasn't imagining things because the guy next to me immediately whispered, "Did you see that?!"
There was one other minor change as well. In the first binary sunset shot as Luke is walking out of the homestead, the lower right sun had CG clouds passing in front of it. I came home and checked my VHS copy -- no clouds. It seems a few changes were slipped into this print since the initial release.


[24.10.2003] DH meldet...
The UK's Teletext news service talked with Chancellor Palpatine himself Ian McDiarmid about his role this time out which sounds far more exciting: "You'd imagine that my character has been rather deskbound in the past but this time he will get to take part in the action. I can't give the story away as George Lucas would kill me but I have been engaged in far more physical activities than any of the other films. I have found myself sliding down chutes at speed and landing on heaps of rubber, it's been a completely new experience for me. I haven't had to go down the gym to get fit for the scenes but I did need a few rehearsals to get up to speed. Most of my scenes have been with Anakin Skywalker (played by Hayden Christensen) who eventually becomes Darth Vader".
Over at Filmrot, their sources have made some enquiries about recent rumours of a rather ungentlemanly demise for Samuel L. Jackson's character of Mace Windu and this is the response they got from a female journalist who just spoke with the man - "I can tell you that he has made at least 3 trips to Australia for more filming, and that he injured his back needing surgery as a result according to the rep. She again mentioned that Sam stated that he would not go out a punk and would go out in a blaze of glory. When I mentioned the ran through from behind rumor, she stated that she would not buy that for a minute as that is not what Sam was implying". As always though there's more - Aint it Cool scored a pretty big spoiler about C-3PO's role in the film [...]


[22.10.2003] BBCi plauderte mit Hayden Christensen über "Episode III"... Und bei TFN gibt es Kritiken zu den ersten 5 Episoden der TV-Serie "Clone Wars"...

[21.10.2003] DH bringt neues Leben in "Star Wars 7-9"...
Rumours of George Lucas following up his original trilogy with another down the track have been around for years - some were solid information, most were just wishful thinking. As a result unless something solid comes through on them I'm not touching speculation on the topic with a ten foot pole. Well today came word which whilst not solid, is from an insider source whose regularly provided totally accurate intel so far for over two years on a variety of projects so I tend to take his word for it. If true, its also good news for fans let down by the prequels: "One of my pals at ILM told me a few days back that another trilogy 'might' happen. This is the sequel trilogy that Lucas said he'd never do. It's very very early days yet, but apparently there is some talk, even to the point of Mr Spielberg - who was interested in doing 'Clones' at one point - stepping in for Lucas, who may want to write, but probably won't want to direct. If Lucas doesn't they'll probably work out a deal for say Frank Darabont to pen (ala the current "Indiana Jones IV" arrangement). This one would be the three films following Return of the Jedi, Han Solo, Skywalker, post-Darth etc. How hard of a time are they going to have on their hands getting some of those original players! ha ha! finally a fitting use for CGI hey? The deal is everyone wants the sequels, except Lucas, who is apparently exhausted [Personally I'd say studio pressure]. If Spielberg directs, it could be ok. Better than those terrible prequel movies".

[19.10.2003] TFN verrät schon jetzt alle wichtigen Story-Elemente... Wer wirklich wissen will "Was", "Wann" & "Wo" in "Episode III" passiert, darf klicken... MEGA-SPOILER !!!

[02.10.2003] Bei Animation Insider gibt es Bilder der kommenden Trickserie "Star Wars: The Clone Wars !!!

[24.09.2003] Bei Toon Zone gibt es eine kurze Zusammenfassung der Episoden der kommenden Trickserie "Star Wars: The Clone Wars... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[18.09.2003] StarWars.com meldet, dass die "SW3"-Hauptdreharbeiten abgeschlossen sind... Derweil berichtet The Digital Bits über die Veröffentlichung der "Star Wars"-Trilogie auf DVD...
We've heard from a number of industry sources we trust (and who have proven their reliability in the past) in the last few weeks. They're reporting that Lucasfilm is seriously considering releasing the Star Wars Trilogy on DVD late next year. In fact, our information indicates that some work is already under way toward a 4th Qtr, 2004 release. Word is that Lucasfilm is pleased with the format of The Adventures of Indiana Jones: The Complete DVD Movie Collection they're releasing on 10/21 in conjunction with Paramount - so pleased, in fact, that they're planning to use the same format to release the classic Star Wars films. This would presumably mean a 4-disc set, with a disc for each film and a fourth disc of special edition materials for all three films. It would certainly make sense. First, it would be a great way to get a buzz going into early 2005, when the final film, Episode III, is set to arrive in theaters.

[17.09.2003] Auf Sam Davatchi's Page gibt es ein paar Bilder aus "Episode 3", die aus dem franz. "Lucasfilm Magazine" stammen...

[09.08.2003] StarWars.com berichtet über den Stand der Dreharbeiten...
[...] This Friday, August 8 marks the halfway point of principal photography for Episode III, and production continues at a brisk schedule. Many of the supporting cast members have completed their summer commitment on the film, and have departed from Sydney to move onto other projects. Additional shooting with some of these performers is scheduled for next year.
[...] Samuel L. Jackson completed his shooting as Mace Windu, and Ahmed Best has finished as Jar Jar Binks. Also done are Jimmy Smits as Bail Organa, and Christopher Lee as Count Dooku. Completing their roles as Senators are Kee Chan, Rena Owen, Genevieve O'Reilly, Christopher Kirby and Warren Owens. Rebecca Jackson Mendoza has also completed her part. Peter Mayhew has finished his costume tests, and has returned to the United States. He will shoot his scenes as Chewbacca next year.
Next week, Natalie Portman, Anthony Daniels and Jay Laga'aia complete their work.


[07.08.2003] The Daily Telegraph sprach mit Rick McCallum...
[...] when cameras began rolling at Sydney's Fox Studios for the latest and final instalment, Episode III, at 8.07am on June 30, he continued a tradition begun in 1997 on the first day of filming for Episode III in England and marked the first take with the clapboard.
In that first scene was Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) and Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor) with R2-D2 lending his support in the background.
McCallum, 50, has been in Sydney since Christmas preparing the Fox Studios backlot for the 12-week, $175 million production.
Seven sound stages have been transformed into various locations in the Star Wars universe with more than 1000 crew members, mostly Australians.
[...] despite internet rumours that Episode III will be the longest of the Star Wars films, McCallum insists it will be no longer than any of the other prequels.
"We are hoping it will be the shortest of all of them but it will probably end up at about exactly the same time - two hours and 10 minutes," he says. [...]


[19.07.2003] Bei CS! gibt es Infos zum "Episode 3"-Panel auf der San Diego Comic-Con...
[...] Sansweet reassured fans that Episode III will answer the "Why" and "How" of the saga. He added that while most of the main characters are returning, some of the characters from the classic trilogy also emerge, such as Chewie and Mon Mothma. He also promised new vehicles, weapons, creatures and planets that we've only heard or read about.
In closing, Sansweet said Episode III will 'surprise, amaze and shock.' He reinforced that it will be the darkest of the six saga films and promised that it will tie the series together in 'unexpected and surprising' ways. [...]


[01.07.2003] Bei AICN gibt es einige Insider-Infos zu "Episode 3", sowie ein Bild eines "langhaarigen" Hayden Christensen... SPOILER !!!

[27.06.2003] Bei StarWars.com gibt es ein Casting-Update... Der Sydney Morning Herald sprach mit dem Produzenten Rick McCallum...
[...] The main cast is back in Sydney. A 1000-strong crew is hard at work. And director George Lucas has finished the script.
The final episode in the Star Wars saga is about to start filming at Fox Studios.
The producer, Rick McCallum, said yesterday that Episode III would be shot almost entirely inside the studios from next Monday. The main shoot would take 12 weeks, with Lucas returning for additional filming over the next 18 months.
The only shooting outside Sydney would be some plate photography - for visual effects - in Italy, New Zealand and Switzerland.
The $US115 million ($172 million) film has yet to get a title but covers Anakin Skywalker turning to the dark side to become Darth Vader - completing the six-film saga that began with Star Wars in 1977.
The tone of the new episode would be "dark" - McCallum joked that it saw the young Jedi turn "from a sweet youth into a producer". But he declined to say exactly why Anakin turns into one of cinema's greatest villains.
"Let's put it this way, that's what drives this film."
Episode III will use 60 Australian cast members and up to 300 extras. As well as returning cast members Joel Edgerton and Jay Laga'aia, there are roles for Bruce Spence, Rebecca Jackson Mendoza and Genevieve O'Reilly.
Also back are Hayden Christensen, Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson, Jimmy Smits and Christopher Lee, while Peter Mayhew plays Chewbacca for the first time since Return of the Jedi.
"It's a huge picture and, under today's standards, it's a pretty moderately budgeted film," McCallum said. "But they're a lot of fun to make."
For Episode II, Lucas finished the script only three days before shooting started. This time around, he finished with five days to spare.
"I think they're always tough for him to write," McCallum said. "Especially this one, because it has to tie everything up from the prequels to the original trilogy. And you've got really big themes and issues in this one - how and why Anakin turns into Darth Vader." [...]


[26.06.2003] MTV.com sprach Samuel L. Jackson... SPOILER !!!
[...] "I'm just going to die, you know?" Jackson said recently of George Lucas' plans for "Star Wars Episode III," which the actor begins work on next month in Australia. "I'm basically going down there hoping that I'm going to have this really awesome lightsaber battle with somebody that takes me out in the proper way. You know, the way a Jedi of my status deserves to be taken out." [...]
Jackson isn't upset about seeing his character knocked off, though.
"[I owe] thanks to George for creating a character like Mace Windu that makes me, like, the second-baddest dude in the universe," he said. "It's kind of awesome. And then, you know, to top that off, giving me the oddest lightsaber in the universe. I got the only purple lightsaber in the universe.
"And hopefully," he added, "I get to take it home with me after they kill me." [...]


[25.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es ein Kommentar zu den "Episode 3"-Titeln, die zur Zeit im Netz kursieren... "Revenge of the Sith" !?! "An Empire Divided" !?! Denkt Euch einfach selbst was aus, bis George Lucas den Titel präsentiert... ;-)

[20.06.2003] StarWars.com meldet...
[...] A character that played a relatively small but important part in Return of the Jedi will return in a younger incarnation as actor Genevieve O'Reilly plays Mon Mothma in the next Star Wars movie. [...]

[19.06.2003] StarWars.com meldet...
[...] Though most of the cast of Episode III will be returning from previous installments of the Star Wars saga, a few new faces will join the production that starts principal photography on June 30. Joining the cast of Episode III as a helpful alien is Bruce Spence. [...]

[17.05.2003] Die Calgary Sun sprach mit Ewan McGregor, u.a. über "SW"...
[...] McGregor will fly to Australia next month to film Star Wars Episode III in which he plays Obi-Wan Kenobi.
He admits he'll be relieved when this final chapter is completed.
"These Star War movies are so difficult to make. There are so many special effects in them and that means a lot of blue-screen work.
"They're really tedious to make. There's a great deal more fun for me in making a movie like Down With Love." [...]


[24.04.2003] StarWars.com meldet, dass Chewbacca in Episode III auftauchen wird...

[18.04.2003] In Ausgabe #83 des Homing Beacon steht zu lesen...
"We get our preliminary first draft of the script next week, which we're very excited about," says Producer Rick McCallum, who is currently overseeing the preparation of Fox Studios in Sydney, Australia. In just over two months, the stages of the motion picture facility will be the used for shooting Episode III.
"We're currently on schedule to begin on or around June 30, finishing some time in September," says McCallum. Already, the crew down under has enough information from George Lucas to begin construction of environments, props and costumes.
"After that George will be rewriting to a more formal first draft and will keep revising right up until the start of shooting," adds McCallum. "The story he wants to tell is firmly in his head. All the details are stored away in there, without a lot of influence from anyone else. He's been talking a lot about how this movie fits with Episode IV in some very cool and unexpected ways."
It won't be until the summer (or technically, the southern hemisphere's winter) that the actors arrive in Australia, but already Stunt Coordinator Nick Gillard has met briefly with both Hayden Christensen and Ewan McGregor in the US. "Hayden is coming shortly to begin massive rehearsals, stunt rehearsals. We expect Ewan in the next 4-5 weeks. He's starting to work on all the fight sequences in the movie which I think will be extraordinary," he said.


"Star Wars: Clone Wars" - Animierte Kurzfilme
[21.02.2003] Die Offizielle Website gibt bekannt, dass Cartoon Network und Lucasfilm Ltd. eine Serie von 20 animierten Kurzfilmen unter dem Titel "Star Wars: Clone Wars" veröffentlichen wird !!!
[04.12.2002] TheForce.net meldet...
Unfortunately, everyone here is talking about the Clone War series in the past tense. As in, not going to happen. The project was going to be expansive - the Cartoon Network wanted some of a toy line and merchandising based on the new sub-franchise themselves, and Six Flags even wanted to make rides centered on them. This was going to be a huge operation, possibly as big as the movies themselves. "Event animation," not some cheap cartoon.
[20.11.2002] Die NZ meldet...
[...] Die Produktionsfirma von George Lucas, Lucasfilm, gibt offiziell keinen Kommentar. Doch die beiden Film-Insider-Dienste «Ain't it cool news» und «The Force.net» berichten beide, dass es bald «Star Wars» auch als Animationsfilm geben könnte. Entsprechende Berichte wurden auch vom TV-Sender Cartoon Network bestätigt. Unter dem Titel «The Clone Wars» bereiten Lucasfilm und der Trickfilm-Kanal demnach eine Animationsfilmreihe vor. Laurie Goldberg, vom TV-Sender wollte jedoch keine Details nennen. Es hieß lediglich, dass Cartoon Network «immer gerne mit kreativen Filmfirmen zusammen arbeite».
Auf den Internet-Sites, die in Sachen «Star Wars» bereits öfter zutreffende Informationen über neue Projekte veröffentlichten, wurden anonyme Quellen zitiert, wonach die Animationsfilme die Zeit zwischen dem letzten «Star Wars»-Film, «Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones» und dem noch nicht benannten nächsten Film der Reihe erzählen sollen.
Als Trickfilm gab es bereits in den 80er Jahren zwei «Star Wars»-Trickfilmserien: «Droids» und «Ewoks». Als Animationsfilme könnten die «Star Wars»-Filme allerdings fast den Kino-Produktionen ähneln.


Episode II - Einspielergebnisse
[19.05.2002] Spiegel Online meldet...
Der Erfolg ist mit ihnen. Die Star-Wars-Saga "Angriff der Klonkrieger" hat den besten Start eines Kinofilms aller Zeiten hingelegt... Der Science-Fiction-Streifen brachte den Kinos zum Auftakt nach Schätzungen der Filmgesellschaft Twentieth Century Fox 30,1 Millionen Dollar (32,9 Millionen Euro) ein - mehr Geld als je ein Film am ersten Tag, der unter der Woche an den Start ging.
Dennoch konnte "Star Wars Episode II" nicht "Spider-Man" schlagen, bei dem die Fans in diesem Monat an einem Freitag für fast 40 Millionen Dollar Tickets kauften. In Deutschland hatte die Premiere von Episode II einen neuen Besucherrekord aufgestellt: 611.406 Fans strömten in die ersten Vorstellungen, teilte Twentieth Century Fox Of Germany mit.


"Star Wars" auf DVD !!!
[15.05.2002] Empire Online sprach mit Rick McCallum über das leidige Thema: "Star Wars"-Saga auf DVD !!!

Episode II - Kritiken !!!
Harry von AICN veröffentlichte die erste Vorab-Kritik am 17. März 2002... Bei SWU gibt es Kritiken zur Premiere im Münchener CINEMA... Weitere Kritiken gibt es bei Rotten Tomatoes... Und was ist Deine Meinung zu "Episode II" !?!

Episode II - Werbespots !!!
[30.04.2002] StarWars.com hat die Episode II - Commercials veröffentlicht !!!

Episode II - Trailer !!!
Am 5. November 2001 wurde der Episode II - Teaser Trailer: Breathing, am 9. November 2001 der Episode II - Teaser Trailer: Mystery, am 16. November 2001 der Episode II - Teaser Trailer: Forbidden Love und am am 10. März 2002 der Episode II - Trailer: Clone War veröffentlicht!

Episode II - Weltweiter Start & Teaser Poster !!!
[12.11.2001] StarWars.com veröffentlicht nicht nur das Teaser Poster, sondern auch eine Liste der Starttermine... Episode II wird weltweit gleichzeitig starten - und am 16. Mai 2002 in die deutschen Kinos kommen...

Episode I - DVD !!!
[25.10.2001] Heute erscheint die "Episode I"-DVD in Deutschland...

Episode II - Titel steht fest !!!
[06.08.2001] StarWars.com gibt den vollständigen Titel von Episode II bekannt... "Episode II - Attack of the Clones" !!! Erinnert irgendwie an "Killer Klowns"... ;-)

Hayden Christensen ist Anakin !!!
[12.05.2000] Alles fing damit an, dass Star Wars Casting-Direktorin Robin Gurland im Oktober 1999 damit begann, Schauspieler für die Anakin Rolle in Episode II zu suchen; da Episode II rund 10 Jahre nach Episode I spielt, und Jake Lloyd, welcher in Episode I den 9-jährigen Anakin gespielt hatte, dementsprechend durch einen rund 20-jährigen Schauspieler ersetzt werden musste. Gurland hat sich insgesamt mit 442 Kandidaten getroffen...
Nach einer langen "SchIacht" in der Internet-Gerüchte-Küche (man erinnert sich z.B. an Leonardo DiCaprio) wurde Hayden Christensen am 12. Mai 2000 offiziell auf StarWars.com als "The New Anakin" vorgestellt...




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