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    "Black Eyes" 4th Teaser Trailer?

    I was at work today and after the lead projectionist put the LOTR reels together, I saw the header scraps from the trailers on his desk. The words

    Version: "BLACK EYES"
    Running Time: 2:10

    jumped out at me. Is this a variation of one of the three previous trailers or are we getting a fourth trailer? No one has heard anything about this. I guess I'll find out tonight and the rest of you will find out tomorrow. You must admit, it's very intriguing...

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    Rollo, black eyes was the codename for the forbidden love trailer. Used because Rick McCallum produced a series for TV called blackeyes here in the UK I think. The next trailer isn't supposedly out until April. acording to George himself that is.

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    So it was. I think its odd to have a codename for a trailer when STAR WARS EPISODE II appears in big black bold letters on same trailer. Not much in the way of subterfuge their.

    As an interesting aside, Fellowship of the Ring came to theatres in canisters marked 'Changing Seasons"

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    At this point in time, I would not care if E2 or E3 or E20,000 never, ever came out. I will never appreciate Star Wars as much as it deserves after seeing FOTR. Peter Jackson has raised the bar so high, that George Lucas has yet to even come close, and I seriously doubt he ever will.

    "Changing seasons," I wonder where they got that frome?
    "Watch this, I'm going to horrify you into a coma..."

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    no mate no.
    the next trailer is in april


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    Honestly... I have never liked Tolkien and I have no interest in FOTR, so it matters not to me.
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    Now I saw LotR yesterday and I was blown away by the whole film, it was very well done with all the trimings. But Star Wars is still a different world, the fans maybe one in the same but the love for each series is quiet different. As much as I was blown away by LotR, I am and will always be a STAR WARS fan FIRST...
    The Force is strong with this one.

    Of course, that's my opinion I could be wrong.

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    I read the Hobbit in 5th grade, I didn't become a Star Wars fan until the Special Editions came out. I've always held Star Wars as my favorite movies, but LOTR (and Hobbit) were my favorite books.

    And FOTR was such an incredible movie, I've never walked out of a movie feeling like I did when I walked out of FOTR. So, as of now, I'm more into LOTR, then Star Wars. That may change when we get closer to AOTC, but given what is/was E1, and the current state of mind of GL, plus the rest of LOTR in just 2 short years, LOTR's got more going for it then Star Wars at this point, IMO. Plus, I always liked fantasy more than sci-fi.

    I'm still a Star Wars fanatic, but I just like LOTR more, that's all.

    Also, I didn't see the AOTC trailer with LOTR, I did see trailers for Blade 2 and Austin Powers 3 though.
    "Watch this, I'm going to horrify you into a coma..."

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    Up in the GREAT PACIFIC NORTHWEST we got to see these tailers in order:

    The Scorpion King
    Austin Powers 'Goldmember'
    Episode II 'Forbidden'

    Than FotR started...

    Does anyone know when the 4th and probably final AotC trailer would show up in theaters?
    Last edited by Co Jo-Da; 12-20-2001 at 08:31 PM.
    The Force is strong with this one.

    Of course, that's my opinion I could be wrong.

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    I saw the Ep2 trailer and the Spider-Man trailer, plus a bunch of films that I don't seem to remember. I think Austin Powers 3 was one of them, I don't think I've ever cringed sooo much while laughing soooo little. But that was pretty much my reaction to Austin Powers 2 also.

    FOTR totally blew me away. I walked out of the theater speachless and lost in the beauty of Middle Earth. I remember walking out of Ep1 trying to talk myself into loving the movie.

    For now AOTC exists only as the halfway mark to The Two Towers in my mind. This may change as the movie draws nearer but for now Star Wars takes a distinct second.
    "To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence… When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up." - C.S. Lewis


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