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Things We Saw Today: Star Wars Rebels Concept Art


Yup. That’s Star Wars, alright. Thanks to Star Wars Celebration we also know what the new Star Wars Rebels logo will look like. More at Club Jade

  • Speaking of Star Wars, John Williams has been confirmed at the composer for the new trilogy. Like there was any other way that could go. (via Geekosystem)
  • Here’s The Amazing Trailer For VH1′s TLC Biopic, “CrazySexyCool” (via The Frisky)

EVERYONE STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING. This is a Super Mario Cat complex. I need it. I mean, my cats need it. (via Geeks are Sexy)

  • Fox is opening a theme park in Malaysia. It’s going to feature an Alien attraction. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
  • The BBC put out an official statement about the exclusive Doctor Who trailer from San Diego Comic-Con. You know, the one Steven Moffat didn’t want to go public. “This was an exclusive Comic Con trailer made especially for the Doctor Who 50th panel, it has not been released in the US. This world famous international event is an established platform used by all of the major producers. UK fans can look forward to exclusive content over the next few months.” (via Doctor Who News)

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  • Gordon Borland

    I’m trying to avoid as much information about the 50th as possible, I’d rather be surprised than have a vague idea whats going on.

  • Anonymous

    “This world famous international event is an established platform used by all of the major producers. UK fans can look forward to exclusive content over the next few months.” Geh, just because it’s an established tradition doesn’t mean it’s necessary a good one, plus it’s frustrating to see them say that UK fans will get stuff over the next few months instead of, well, all Doctor Who fans who can get online to view a trailer or such if they like.

  • syzusufikaba

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    Geh, just because it’s an established tradition doesn’t mean it’s
    necessary a good one, plus it’s frustrating to see them say that UK fans
    will get stuff over the next few months instead of, well, all Doctor
    Who fans who can get online to view a trailer or such if they like.

  • syzusufikaba

    мy coυѕιɴ ιѕ мαĸιɴɢ $51/нoυr oɴlιɴe. υɴeмployed ғor α coυple oғ yeαrѕ αɴd prevιoυѕ yeαr ѕнe ɢoт α $1З619cнecĸ wιтн oɴlιɴe joв ғor α coυple oғ dαyѕ. ѕee мore αт…­ ­ViewMore——————————————&#46qr&#46net/kkEj

    Geh, just because it’s an established tradition doesn’t mean it’s
    necessary a good one, plus it’s frustrating to see them say that UK fans
    will get stuff over the next few months instead of, well, all Doctor
    Who fans who can get online to view a trailer or such if they like.

  • frankenmouse

    Yeah. I’m not even a Doctor Who fan and this left a bad taste in my mouth. “Yes, we’ll come to one of the biggest geek conventions in the world, hosted and organized by Americans, to promote our show, clearly indicating that we understand we have a sizable U.S. fanbase. But tough shit if you Yanks want to see any promotional materials. Them’s only for the UK folks.”

  • Abel Undercity

    Meanwhile, the UK Whovians in my Twitter feed were upset that “the Yanks are seeing it first.” I’m like: “Hello, I’m about 3000 miles from Comic-Con and haven’t seen squat.”

    I mean, if I’m going to take heat for something, let it at least be for something I’ve actually done.

  • Anonymous

    Comicon’s rules actually forbid recording stuff anyway, but for what basically amounts to a commercial it does seem a little extreme. Not leaking the SHIELD pilot, yes. Not leaking an ad, um…

    I dunno. I can understand wanting to give comicon attendees a special treat- goodness knows there were a lot of those at the con already- but I think maybe the original wording could have been a little less hostile (“Leak this and you’ll get nothing from us ever again”) and throwing a bone to those who couldn’t make the con might have been nice, too. By all means keep the “exclusive content” for the con folks, but give the rest of us something else to chew.

  • Seanna Tucker

    Not to mention, Comic-Con is expensive. Excluding more than half of your fan-base because they couldn’t get to Comic Con is like saying “Sorry your poor, but these things are for people with real money.”