Security Breach: New 'star Wars' Flick Screened By Net Reporter

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  1. AmShak

    AmShak Senior Moderator Staff Member

    XXXXX DRUDGE REPORT XXXXX MON MARCH 28, 2002 00:11:09 ET XXXXX

    SECURITY BREACH: NEW 'STAR WARS' FLICK SCREENED BY NET REPORTER

    'Panic has hit the 20TH CENTURY FOX lot and LUCASFILM LTD as a rough cut of STAR WARS, EPISODE 2: ATTACK OF THE CLONES has been leaked and viewed by renegade Internet movie reporter Harry Knowles -- months before the latest installment of the sci-fi saga is set for public consumption.

    Knowles, whose Ain't It Cool website regularly out scoops the Hollywood press from his Texas outpost, has hit maximum controversy by being the first person to see the film outside George Lucas's tightly controlled production crew.

    Knowles even boasts that no one from FOX has seen a cut of the movie yet!

    Knowles says that while at a book signing in Austin this weekend he was extended a secret invitation by a mystery source for a private viewing at a hotel room during the South by Southwest Film Festival.

    And Knowles says there's no way the LUCASFILM or FOX will ever figure out who gave him this extraordinary access.'

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