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Media Files

I’ve added some more audiofiles of Sophia Myles talking about Tristan & Isolde. They’re zipped .mp3 files. Find them here: Audiofiles.

And on the Trailer & Clips page is now finally a proper link with picture to download the full ‘Art School Confidential’ trailer. Enjoy!

EDIT: You can now watch these clips in our new media archive (here)

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‘Art School Confidential’ trailer & more

The trailer for ‘Art School Confidential’ is out. Thank you Steven and everybody else who informed me about this! View it at: ComingSoonNet or download the quicktime version here.

Also, the movie will be shown at the New York Comic-Con, a comics convention which is set to debut Feb. 24 – 26 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City. The screening for ASC takes place on Saturday, February 25 from 7-9 p.m. Tickets are required – but only 350 people will be let in. Info at NyComicCon.

I’ve installed a new and improved gallery script. However, the gallery layout adapted to the main site’s look isn’t working anymore. So, for the time being we have a different one – just so you know.

I added 2 official wallpapers with Sophia Myles. 1 from Underworld and 1 from Underworld: Evolution. Even though Sophia didn’t shoot any scenes for Underworld: Evolution she is listed in the credits. I’ve been told she appears in flashbacks.

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Larger Artwork & Trailer Captures

I’ve added the captures from the Quicktime Trailer and also IMP Awards have told me about their larger poster. The trailer looks fantastic and so does Sophia. I can’t wait for the movie!
049 Tristan & Isolde – Trailer
001 Tristan & Isolde – Artwork

BTW: As there are now already a few video clips on this site I decided to make a special page to organize everything: Multimedia. Enjoy!

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Trailer & Poster for ‘Tristan & Isolde’!

Seems like the rumours that the trailer would be shown on the big screen before ‘Walk The Line’ were true. Various IMDb users have posted their comments about it. Most of them said it looked okay, some that the sets and visual feel of the movie were great. Unfortunately the choice of an Evanesence song didn’t go well with most of them.

You can judge by yourself by visiting MTV.Com to download the Windows Media Player or download the Quicktime version here on the site. Stay tuned for captures! And here comes the (very small) artwork.

BTW: Download the Inside Look

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