I’ve been a fan of the site Musicplasma for quite some time, and we’re thrilled to find out that they now has launched a beta version for their new service that does the same thing as with music, but with movies. Just enter a movie, an actor, or a director you like. In return you get a huge clickable image, that show’s other movies you may be interested in. Really cool.
Someone has posted a bunch of what seems to be official poster drafts for the coming Star Wars Episode III. Take a look, before they are removed. They all got some quite ugly watermarks though.
‘Official’ poster drafts [Millenium Falcon]
People have already been queing for quite some time, but the 19:th of May is not so far away. Anyway, the official teaser for the movie is quite cool, although it was released for quite some time ago. Check it out if you haven’t seen it.
Of all places, the trailer for The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy has been released on Amazon.com. It’s well worth checking out, and will most probably become a huge early summer hit.
The movie companies always put in that little extra time for the ultra power finish on the Superbowl spots. So make sure that you don’t miss out these four brand new tv spots that premiered during Super Bowl yesterday:
Apple has published the exclusive new trailer for this summer’s blockbuster – Fantastic Four, directed by Tim Story and starring Jessica Alba among others. It opens July 1:st (the site says July 1:st and in the trailer you can read July 4:th) and the trailer is available in four – of course – different Quicktime flavours.
Fantastic Four [Apple.com]
Well it’s over 22 weeks(!) until the premiere of Star Wars: Episode Three, but Jeff Twieden from Seattle has already began his long queing for his tickets. He will be staying outside the Cinerama Theater in downtown Seattle, and be the first to buy the tickets for George Lucas new episode. Twiden says: “Star Wars is about independence and freedom,” Twieden says. “And that’s really what this wait is about. That complete and utter independence.”
‘I’m Having The Time Of My Life Out Here’ [komotv.com]
There’s a lot of fuzz about the upcoming war between HD-DVD and BLU RAY. Warner Brothers, Paramount and Universal have announced 89 HD-DVD titles in total for release in Q4 2005. Among the titles you can find 12 Monkeys, Apollo 13, Batman Begins, Braveheart, Chronicles of Riddick, Harry Potter (all three), Matrix (all three), Ocean’s Eleven & Twelve, Se7en, The Sopranos (1:st season) and The Polar Express.