Cinema Interviews Podcast

Interview: Anthony Daniels on Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Anthony Daniels is best known for his role as the droid C-3PO in the Star Wars films made between 1977 and 2005.

I recently spoke with him about his iconic role in the franchise and the new animated feature film Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Listen to the interview here:

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars is out now at UK cinemas

> Download this interview as an MP3 file
> Anthony Daniels at the IMDb
> Official site for Anthony Daniels
> Find out more about C-3PO and Star Wars at Wikipedia
> Official site for Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Amusing Viral Video

Darth Vader is Coming to Alderaan

There have been previous Darth Vader remixes but this one takes the character James Earl Jones played in Coming to America (King Jaffe Joffey) and dubs his voice neatly into Vader’s opening scenes in Star Wars.

[Link via The House Next Door]

> Check out the Vader Sessions (an ingenious remix of using clips from James Earl Jones’ career)
> Coming to America and Star Wars at the IMDb
> Find out more about James Earl Jones at WIkipedia

Amusing Viral Video

Star Wars dance off

This has to be one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a while – a Star Wars dance off with Chewbacca grooving to Footloose, Princess Leia jiving to Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Darth Vader dancing along to Thriller.

[Link via The Movie Blog]


Real life locations used in famous Sci-Fi films

Oobject has posted an interesting list of real life locations used in notable sci-fi films.

The list includes:

> Check out the full list over at Oobject
> A list of films with interesting architecture at the University of Waterloo
> Architechnophilia – blog on architecture

Amusing Viral Video

The Empire Strikes Barack

Someone has created a very slick viral video that reimagines the Democratic presidential primary as The Empire Strikes Back.

> Find out more about the 2008 Democratic presidential primary at Wikipedia
> The Empire Strikes Back at the IMDb

UPDATE: It looks like it was created by a YouTube user called Humanitainment.