Release date: May 16, 2002
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Main Cast: (and role when known)
Hayden Christensen (Anakin Skywalker)
Natalie Portman (Padme Amidala)
Ewan McGregor (Obi-Wan Kenobi)
Ian McDiarmid (Palpatine)
Pernilla August (Shmi Skywalker)
Ahmed Best (Jar Jar Binks & Achk Med-Beq)
Anthony Daniels (C3P0 & Lt. Faytonni)
Samuel L. Jackson (Mace Windu)
Frank Oz (Yoda)
Andy Secombe (Watto)
Silas Carson (Ki-Adi-Mundi & Nute Gunray)
Oliver Ford Davies (Sio Bibble)
Kenny Baker (R2-D2)
Christopher Lee (Count Dooku)
Jimmy Smits (Bail Organa)

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Director: George Lucas
Writers: George Lucas, Jonathan Hales (Young Indy Jones Chronicles)

 
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Hayden Christensen as Anakin

Watch for Attack of the Clones on Video and DVD on November 12! There will be 2 different versions of the DVD - Widescreen and Fullscreen editions as well as a Special Edition VHS tape. The DVD includes audio commentary by George Lucas, Producer Rick McCallum, Editor and Sound Designer Ben Burtt, Visual FX Pablo Helman, John Knoll and Ben Snow, and animation supervisor Rob Coleman; 8 deleted scenes created for the DVD release; several documentaries including “From Puppets to Pixels”, “The Previsualization of Episode II”, “Films are not Released; They Escape,” and 3 behind-the-scenes featurettes; the 12 part web documentary “Making of Episode II”, “Across the Stars” music video, “RD-D2: Beneath the Dome” mokumentary trailer, galleries of theatrical posters, trailers, etc., and more, including a DVD-Rom link to exclusive website content. The VHS will include 6 deleted scenes and a “Star Wars Connections” featurette hosted by R2-D2 and C-3PO. The DVD will retail for $29.98 with the VHS for $24.98.


Takes place 10 years after the events of Episode I. Some things we might see include Anakin’s return to Tattoine to rescue his mother, a possible love triangle between Anakin, Amidala and someone else, a subplot involving the Mandalorians (the armor of which Boba Fett wore), and continued manipulations by the Dark Side to defeat the Jedi Knights. Features Obi-wan training Anakin and Anakin’s turn to the Dark Side of the Force.

Advance reviews are very favorable with some highlights being an explanation for Jar Jar Binks that explains why Lucas created him; Ewan McGregor making Obi-Wan his own and becoming one of the most dynamic and incredible characters in the Saga; Yoda’s use of a light saber actually looking believeable; Anakin not coming off quite as much of a whining brat as he does in the trailers (though his attitude is a central focus in the film); the entire film comes off as being one of the most incredible - if not the best - of the entire Saga....some are saying this will be one you will want to see over and over and over again.

The final trailer is here! See it on the widescreen with “Ice Age” opening March 15. See other trailers here.

 

Trailer debuts on Fox March 10 - Watch for the 2 1/2 minute extended trailer between episodes of Malcolm in the Middle and The X Files on Sunday, March 10. The trailer will then be included with the movie Ice Age in theaters. I’m not sure if it’s different than the trailer above or not (this one is just over 2 mins) - but does anyone else think Anakin looks like a spoiled brat here?

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Rumor Mill: A major character will die this time out. By the end of the film, Darth Vader will be seen in mask and cloak. Amidala gives birth to Luke and Leia.

A few fans who have seen the film as of April 10 have reported it as being “awesome” - much better than Episode I and a truly gripping story. With just over a month to go to the debut, we won’t have to wait much longer to find out if these rumors are true.

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Rumor Mill: Possible rumored titles: The Fall of the Jedi, Rise of the Empire.

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