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The theatrical trailer is now available for Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as well as additional videos that provide some more information about the movie.
Premiering last week, the trailer shows some great scenes from the movie, including a vertical firefight between evil droids and the Jedi and their clone warriors.
Up until now, I was pretty skeptical about the prospects of an animated extension of the Star Wars universe, especially one that takes a step back to cover the events between Episodes 2 and 3 (before the rise of Darth Vader). The animated "Clone Wars" shorts that were produced a few years ago were interesting, but not all that compelling to me. Now I'm a little more interested!
Click on the Read link below and decide for yourself whether Anakin's delivery is any more wooden coming from a rendered character vs. a live actor, and if the action scenes are just as compelling when done as animation. Our Trailers and Videos page has the full assortment of available videos and we'll continue to update it when new ones become available!
If you're not up to speed on everything Star Wars, be sure to check out the Information Page for the movie, where you'll find the plot summary, voice cast listing, photos, and links to the official site and other tidbits we've found.
Something tells me that Clone Wars will do better than the most recent animated critical disappointment to hit the big screen...
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