Two Jedi knights uncover a wider conflict when they are sent as emissaries to the blockaded planet Naboo.
It looks like somebody has discovered Photoshop! Couldn’t help but notice (thanks to Ben Harlum) that no mention of actual stars Natalie Portman and Liam Neeson are made on the poster. Star Wars could now have genuinely claimed this to star “Oscar winners”. It also wisely chooses to ignore Jar Jar Binks, unless this is the latest in a series of alterations from Lucas that actually removes three of the characters? In the case of the latter, that may be a combination of wishful thinking and wise marketing.
We know it’s hard, people, but try and get behind this. It may just mean seeing more Star Wars films in 3D, and that will only happen if this is financially viable.
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace 3D is released on 9 February 2012 in Australia from Fox.