Planning next year’s summer vacation? Why not save up your druggats and book a Star Tours Getaway Package at Disneyland and Disney World! The happiest place on earth has joined forces with Lucasfilms to revamp the theme parks’ Star Tours attraction, first introduced in 1987 as part of Tomorrowland.
A commercial for the upcoming Star Tours: the Adventures Continue was premiered at the Star Wars Celebration V convention this week in Orlando, Florida. The promo teases trips to Bespin’s Cloud City, the forest moon of Endor, and Princess Leia’s home planet of Alderaan, voted the safest place in the galaxy.
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The new Star Tours attraction will feature a variety of updated visual effects and be presented in 3-D much like the recently unveiled King Kong ride at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Of course, before booking any trip to the Star Wars galaxy, it’s highly recommended that one take the time to check the weather conditions on any given planet. To do so, go here.
IFC Films has released the first official trailer to French director Gasper Noe’s techno-ghost-story Enter the Void. The film marks Noe’s return behind the camera since directing Spanish actress Monica Bellucci in Irreversible, arguably the best piece of ass-rape cinema ever.
The film stars Nathanial Brown and Paz de la Huerta as siblings left to look out for each other after the murder of their parents. While there isn’t a hint of sodomy in the trailer, there are slutty strippers and strobe lights!
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The film’s official synopsis reads:
In ENTER THE VOID, a young man desperately tries to be the guardian for his younger sister after the murder of their parents, but he soon realizes that he is dying. This ambitious drama from Gaspar Noe (IRREVERSIBLE) goes beyond simply showing the waking mind of its hero; instead, the audience gets a glimpse of his dreams and his near-death experiences.
I’m not sure how I feel about Noe’s return to filmmaking. While I’m curious to see how he follows up Bellucci’s 9-minute butt-rape-on-a-subway-tunnel-floor in Irreversible, I can’t help but think he should have retired his camera, fulfilled by the knowledge that he shot the Citizen Kane of nude scenes eight years ago.