Monday, July 13, 2009
Led Zeppelin's glaring absence from the world of Guitar Hero isn't because of money or a principled stance against plastic instruments. According to The Wall Street Journal, Jimmy Page is uncomfortable letting other people handle the band's master tracks. Perhaps one day we'll see an all Led Zeppelin themed Rock Band game, complete with Lord of the Rings-esque fantasy imagery on every screen. Perhaps we can get a Guitar Hero with all the classic blues tracks Zeppelin borrowed and incorporated into their own music, or at least a Mario-esque platformer about the fantasy sequences in The Song Remains the Same.
What it would look like:
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"School vacation has never seemed longer. 'Potter' heads who've been breathlessly waiting two years since the last movie from the mega-popular franchise can finally exhale -- Harry, Ron, Hermione and their classmates are back for year 6 of Hogwarts training in 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' (opens July 15), which is shaping up to be the most romantic -- and of course, mature -- installment yet"
1. Army of One
Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) has long since come to terms with a fate that sets him up as the only wizard who can bring down Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). And in 'Half-Blood Prince' the training wheels truly come off, as Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) privately tutors Harry and even commands him to retrieve a key memory out of the newly arrived professor Slughorn (Jim Broadbent). "His want -- or his need -- in this film is basically to kill Voldemort, and he realizes that the way in which he'll do this is to become Dumbledore's favorite foot soldier," Radcliffe says. "That's the role you'll see him gradually moving toward in this film."
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