I've also been listening to the Episode III soundtrack rencently. It makes me feel quite nostalgic, but to be honest a little diappointed. There is hadly any new music in the score - it's almost entirely a rehash of the previous five films (musically speaking), just arranged differently and put together in different ways. This is good, because I enjoy the music from the other films, but bad because I was hoping for something new and electrifying, like 'the Duel of the Fates' was when Episode I came out.
There is a promotion on at the moment that one out of three large packs of some breakfast cereals you can win a light up saber spoon. It's a milky plastic spoon and, when you push a button, it lights up. Why someone would want to eat their breakfast with a beam of solidified light eludes me, but goddamitkenny I want one. We are on our second huge box of cereal, with no spoon as of yet. But I live in hope.
I still haven't finished KOTOR II yet, as I've been distracted by many things as well as the XBox being upstairs in the lair of bishi_wannabe, where he spends hours putting little girls in swimsuits and having them fight mecha or something. I don't know, I don't pay much attention to Xenosaga II, but if you have seen some of the horrors I have seen you wouldn't blame me. In any case, I feel obliged to finish KOTOR II at some stage soon.
I'm also kind of getting excited again about the idea of running a very short Star Wars D20 game when I take a break from my DnD game.
All that being said, however, I'm not as excited about Episode III at this stage as I thought I would be. Maybe it's something about Kayden Christensen's acting, maybe it's something about Euan McGreggor's face being mostly covered in beard... Maybe I will become more excited closer to the day.
I've been told Kit Fisco features more prominently in the film. Confirm/deny?