dvd.starwars.com is active!

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  1. Sean Moon

    Sean Moon Cinematographer

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    The exclusive DVD website is now active! There is a short little video on Episode II on it, and a few reminders to come back on November 9th.
    thedigitalbits also reports on this, and how the trailer for Ep II will be up on the 9th
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  2. TheoGB

    TheoGB Screenwriter

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    Bah! What a rip-off - I need the DVD! [​IMG]
    Oh well, I'll come back later, I guess. [​IMG]
     
  3. mark_d

    mark_d Second Unit

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    Got the (fantabulous) DVD, need a DVD-ROM drive...
    Mark
     
  4. Neil Joseph

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    I will be downloading that trailer onto my laptop and playing it until I see EpII. Can't wait.
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  5. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    Do you need a DVD-ROM to access the additional scenes? That would suck if you do, because many of us DON"T have one
    Jeff Kleist
     
  6. Travis Hedger

    Travis Hedger Supporting Actor

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    Yes...for now it is exclusive to people that use the DVD in their DVD Rom drives as it utilizes a specialized browser to make the connection to the site. And as usual MAC users are SOL as well.
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