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Michel Gondry, seines Zeichens Kindskopf und einer der wenigen Menschen, den ich trotz französischem Akzent gerne hab, durfte sich in seinem Werbespot “Gondry’s Dream” zum Motorola Razr2 mal wieder ordentlich mit Pappmaché austoben und die Kreativsau rauslassen.
Quicktime Direktlinks: 480p [54 MB] – 720p [95MB] – 1080p [180MB]
Auf der Motorola Seite gibt es zusätzlich noch Hintergrundbilder, ein Interview mit Monsieur Gondry sowie das interessante Making-of zum Spot zu begutachten.
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George Lucas hat sich in einem zweiteiligen Interview mit TVGuide.com ausführlich zu den kommenden Star Wars TV Serien geäußert.
TV Guide: Can we talk about the two Star Wars television series you’re working on…?
George Lucas: There’s Clone Wars, and we’re in the middle of that.
TV Guide: Tell us about it.
Lucas: Well it’s basically like Star Wars [in that it] takes place between, obviously, [the films] Episode II [Attack of the Clones] and Episode III [Revenge of the Sith], but it’s the same kind of action. Unfortunately, it doesn’t fall into the realm of what animation [typically] is, which is either adult, kind of off-color humor or kiddie stuff. This is, like Star Wars, sort of in between those two things. It’s a lot of battle stuff, and it’s obviously the Clone Wars, so it’s a war picture. So it’s kind of a PG-13 animated TV series, which is something that has never been done before and obviously doesn’t fit in any of the conventional slots that these things fall into. In that, it’s very different, and I think it’s very exciting. It’s got a very, very sophisticated look to it. It’s very much like the features. We’re still trying to figure out how to put it on the air.
TV Guide: What about your Star Wars live-action series for TV?
Lucas: Yes, I’m working on that. We’re just going to start writing it in about a month from now, start doing scripts for it.
TV Guide: And where will that live in the Star Wars continuum relative to Clone Wars and relative to the films?
Lucas: Well, Clone Wars has got all the characters in it â€” Yoda and Anakin and Obi Wan and the Emperor and all that â€” so it’s basically the movie. The live-action [series] is not the movie. It’s the Star Wars universe, but it’s characters from the saga who were [previously] minor, and it follows their stories. It’s set between [movie episodes] III and IV, when the Empire has taken over. It’s like Episode IV in that the Emperor and Darth Vader are heard about â€” people talk about them â€” but you never see them because it doesn’t take place where they actually are. There are storm troopers and all that, but there are no Jedis. It’s different, but I think it’s very exciting because I get to explore a part of that universe that I haven’t been able to explore. Once you have a saga, it’s got a lot of requirements because it’s about a particular [thing] â€” in this case, Darth Vader â€” and so it’s his story from the time he’s 10 to the time he died. You really can’t go off that track because that’s the story. Whereas now, I can make a left turn on 10th Street and go down there and see what’s going on.
TV Guide: And how are you going to produce this one? Are you going to film a certain number? Are you going to have a deal with a network before you go ahead with filming?
Lucas: No, we’ll do it just the same way that we’re doing the animated series, which is we usually write a whole year first, and then we’ll start shooting, and then we’ll shoot the whole year and then once we’ve got [something to show], we’ll see where we can put it. We’re going to do a hundred of them, too. [It should be] easier [to place] than the animated one because it’s live-action.
Clone Wars geht mir so ziemlich am Popo vorbei, die erste Staffel hat mich mit den Superjedis und dem (zu Star Wars) absolut unpassenden Animationsstil von Genndy Tartakovsky schon ordentlich angeödet. Aber 100 Folgen Star Wars Soap? Holy DVDSetriesenbestellung, Batman!