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  1. This is very frustrating. Superman, Naked Gun, the Disaster Box, Minority Report, Mission Impossible and Stargate all out of stock, yet I'd happily purchase copies today if they were available. I wish LLL would introduce a backorder system, where you can still purchase items that are out of stock and they just withhold shipment until stock is received (or if stock isn't received in 3 months, they refund your purchase). Wouldn't that give them a better idea of which titles need new stock (based on the backlog of orders) and improve their cashflow with money upfront? I only have a small window of disposable income where I can make these purchases, but I find they're out of stock more regularly than in stock (and circumstances have often changed by the time stock returns). Pretty shit for international buyers too, who try to purchase multiple items per order to reduce the shipping charges. 4-5 separate orders each year isn't financially viable anymore.
  2. Lincoln seems like a tricky one. Has anyone seen a stopwatch or a top hat? You're probably right, so it's more like this: 1968 Valley of the Dolls Nominated 1970 Goodbye, Mr Chips Nominated 1970 The Reivers Nominated 1974 Cinderella Liberty Nominated 1975 The Towering Inferno Nominated 1978 Close Encounters of the Third Kind Nominated 1979 Superman Nominated 1983 "If We Were in Love" (from Yes, Giorgio) Nominated 1984 Return of the Jedi Nominated 1985 The River Nominated 1988 The Witches of Eastwick Nominated 1990 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Nominated 1992 JFK Nominated 1994 Schindler's List Won 1996 Sabrina Nominated 1997 Sleepers Nominated 2000 Angela's Ashes Nominated 2002 A.I. Artificial Intelligence Nominated 2006 Memoirs of a Geisha Nominated 2006 Munich Nominated 2012 War Horse Nominated 2013 Lincoln Nominated 2016 Star Wars: The Force Awakens Nominated 2018 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Nominated
  3. So these appear to be the mysteries, including 4 song nominations that also had score nominations (so Hook and Home Alone probably fall under the one prop): 2018 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Nominated
  4. If that's meant to be a double ended lightsaber from TPM, it really throws a spanner the works. That means they have included props from non-nominated scores (or maybe there's not a prop for every nominee).
  5. Awesome! Maybe this table could help? Green coloured are the ones I posted above.
  6. Has anyone tried to make a comprehensive list of the 51 props using all the footage? There are 17 featured in the new video, of which they confirm 9: Catch Me If You Can (pilot wings) Fiddler on the Roof (fiddle) Home Alone (iron) and technically also Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Jaws (barrels) Raiders of the Lost Ark (Indy's whip) Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (Sankara Stones) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (wizard wands) Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (time turner) Nixon (tape deck) These also appear in the video but are not confirmed, though it's reasonably obvious what they represent: Star Wars (the medal) The Patriot (Ben's tomahawk) Tom Sawyer (pipe) Amistad (chains) Star Wars: The Phantom Menace ... even though it wasn't nominated? (double ended lightsaber) Unknown: Old fashioned camera? Spyglass? A puppet/toy/child? A.I.?
  7. Clearly the 3 new fully orchestral Star Wars scores didn't resonate with producers, either. It seems like orchestral scores are increasingly viewed as old fashioned, and very expensive (especially when recorded in LA).
  8. Very, very suss. Even the later leaks said Leia/Luke fought off Palpatine at the end to help Rey. As if there wasn't concept art for that!
  9. This. And this. Amazing that two people already got my top 2 choices here, with only half a dozen replies.
  10. Something is definitely suss, considering all the rumours about early versions of the Palpatine story and a very different climax. The trilogy is over, what's there to hide at this point? Are they just afraid people will see all the awesome abandoned ideas and get pissed?
  11. FWIW, the duration of Vader's Castle in the Nov 11 spreadsheet is identical to the excerpt of the Imperial March in the final film, literally frame accurate.
  12. Great, I hope so. I was so looking forward to some analysis of The Last Jedi with the same depth he gave The Force Awakens.
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