I’ve been very busy this week, but now I’m back and hitting the /Film trail in a big way. Just to clear my plate enough to get some more on there, however, I’m going to bring you my very own Page 2.
At the head of the post you can see a new still from The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. As well as Heath Ledger you can see Lily Cole and the really very amazing Andrew Garfield. There’s a new fan blog that seems to be posting every scrap they can, including scans from a French Magazine that let slip of some more images.
Countless more fragments of new news after the break. Come join me.
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/Gamer has a new featurette for Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, the upcoming LucasArts video game for the Wii, PS2, DS and PSP. As expected, the actual in game footage doesn’t look all that great, and the main selling point seems to be using the Wiimote to put yourself in the game. I was so excited for this game when it was first announced, and some of the concept art I saw on the walls at LucasArts was better than the entire Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. But the limitations of the Wii, last generation consoles and handheld systems doesn’t excite me. Watch the featurette now on /Gamer.
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LucasArts has released the trailer for Indiana Jones and The Staff of Kings video game. Unfortunately it is only being released for the Nintendo Wii, and not the more graphic intensive console systems like Xbox 360, which the game was originally announced for. Staff of Kings still looks good, some might joke that it looks better than Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Judging from some of the concept art I saw at the LucasFilm building on my last visit, the story is going to bring Indy to some pretty cool places.
Update: Some how pointed out that the game is also being released for Nintendo DS and the Playstation Portable. My comment above was about home console systems.