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Túnica original de Obi Wan Kenobi aparece en tienda británica
Miércoles 7 de Septiembre, 2005 7:57 GMT11
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LONDRES (Reuters) - Los empleados de un exclusivo local de ropa de Londres encontraron la toga original que el actor Sir Alec Guinness vistió en la película "La Guerra de las Galaxias" para personificar a Obi Wan Kenobi mientras revisaban los disfraces para alquilar, señaló el martes la tienda.

La túnica estuvo almacenada durante años en un almacén de la compañía de vestuario cinematográfico británica "Angels and Bermans" antes de terminar con un lote de trajes de monjes en la tienda de disfraces de la empresa, dijo la gerente Emma Angel.

"Es una túnica bastante extraña, entonces cuando los chicos estaban buscando entre las cosas uno de ellos decidió ponérsela y jugar con ella", dijo a Reuters Angel.

Otro empleado reconoció la famosa túnica y el diseñador del disfraz cinematográfico certificó que era auténtica.

Angel dijo que la toga era parte de un lote que se había alquilado para otras películas y que utilizó un extra en "La Momia" antes de llegar a la tienda.

Después fue alquilada como un disfraz de monje y la usaron varios clientes para sus fiestas. Posiblemente, algunos admiradores de "La Guerra de las Galaxias" se vistieron como Obi Wan Kenobi sin darse cuenta de que estaban usando el traje auténtico.

La túnica está ahora en una exposición de trajes cinematográficos británicos en la tienda Harrods en Londres.

Angel dijo que su compañía no tenía planes de vender la famosa toga.

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Esk acabo de ver las caratulas en dvdanswer.com, y no se que diferencia ay.
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WideScreen: formato panorámico tal como se proyectó la película en los cines.
FullScreen: formato recortado lateralmente para adaptarse a las televisiones 4:3 (las "cuadradas" de toda la vida).

Una comparativa con los DVDs de Episodio II aquí y aquí.

En España sólo han editado versiones WideScreen de Star Wars, y con Episodio III no será diferente.

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Rick McCallum habla del futuro de SW

Rick McCallum on Star Wars & More
October 8, 2005


"Star Wars" producer Rick McCallum talked more about the franchise and the upcoming Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith DVD at a press event at Skywalker Ranch this week. While we previously posted his comments on the upcoming animated and live-action "Star Wars" series, what follows is the full Q&A:

Q: What happened to Qui-Gon?

Rick McCallum: Actually, there was a thought. It was more like a "thoughtette". It was just a quick assembly of little sequences when Yoda is thinking. And George [Lucas] originally thought, "Well maybe it would be nice to have Liam [Neeson] come in." And then we did a little voice-over without Liam just to check it out and see what it would be like, but it just didn't really seem to have the impact that we had originally planned on, so we never shot it. We never went anywhere with it.

Q: Is same animation company that did Clone Wars also animating the new TV cartoon series?

McCallum: No. The animation is being done right now as we speak. I mean, it's starting to prep. You'd be able to talk to Rob Coleman about it. He's deeply involved in it. That's being done here at the Ranch. A lot of the effects will be done in Singapore, but that won't really start moving forward. It's just now conceptual work and script work now. We have to get done doing 13 scripts first before we really get into the pipeline of it. But that will start happening at the end of March. And the live-action television series is something we are planning for at the beginning of 2007. We are just starting to interview writers and trying to really figure out which direction to go to. It is going to be much darker, grittier. It's much more character-based. He envisions somewhere like 100 hours between Episode III and Episode IV with a lot of characters that we haven't met that have been developed in some of the novels and other things. We are really excited about that. Finally, we could have the opportunity to answer everybody's questions once and for all by the time we finish the series.

Jim Ward: We're also excited at Lucasarts about that opportunity as well because it's a whole new environment for us to go and make some great games.


Q: Will the live action series be shot in HI-DEF? Will the principal photography be shot in Northern California?

McCallum: No, the principal photography will take place all around the world, probably with the base in Sydney. Yes, we will be shooting in HI-DEF. Or, if anything else evolves within the next 12 months that would replace HI-DEF. I don't see that happening, but there may be new or less expensive cameras with more optical imagery bits or optical discs that we record on. But basically, it will be HI-DEF, yes.

Q: Can you talk about bringing the Star Wars saga into 3-D?

McCallum: It's a two part problem right now. One, there's only about a 100 or maybe 350 to 400 screens worldwide with digital screens. But I'm really exciting that finally after all this bulls**t that we've been waiting for and listening to about the industry trying to get its stuff together, it looks like the first real deployment of digital cinema is going to take place at the beginning of the year. And that's being done by a couple of companies. I am praying that they won't lose focus, that the industry will finally come together for the first time and really start to respect their audiences for the first time. Theater owners really understand that 3-D is the catalyst to make them understand we really need to do something about our falling audiences. And I don't think that's just an issue about the quality of films. I think because of DVD, because of the access to large-screen TV setsthere is this sociological change taking place in the world in which young kids starting to see their movies. But nevertheless, I am very excited that, once we get to the point of about 2 and a half, 3,000 screens, then we will start the process of working with some of the companies that are out there. One of those companies who's doing a post-production process which takes a 2-D movie like all six or ours and creates a 3-D image which creates no eye-strain. You can sit there for two hours and just .the most fantastic glasses. anywhere in the theater. We've done not only major tests for it, we've done sections of Episode IV that area really startling. Because in the process, you can literally pick out every visual effect and change the perspective of it as you deal with each element. And often in our pictures we have 20 or 30 different elements. So even though the film wasn't planned around the idea that 3-D would become available, we can actually take advantage of it. So I think it's going to be a major form of entertainment soon. Peter Jackson is going to have a King Kong version at the end of his theatrical run, Jim Cameron's next picture is going to be shot in 3-D, Robert Rodriguez is continuing and so is [Robert] Zemeckis. So I think finally, these big guys are gonna really dictate to the studios that 3-D is something very exciting for them. It's not for everything, obviously, and it's not for every film, but for certain live action huge movies it presents a really extraordinary opportunity to differentiate between the DVD market and the theatrical market.

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Muere Phil Brown aka el tío Owen a los 89 años QEPD.

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'Uncle Owen' from 'Star Wars' dead
Phil Brown was 89

Tuesday, February 14, 2006 Posted: 1330 GMT (2130 HKT)

LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Phil Brown, an actor who played Luke Skywalker's loving but doomed Uncle Owen in "Star Wars," died Thursday of pneumonia. He was 89.

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