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Natalie Portman has mixed emotions regarding the conclusion of the Star Wars prequels

Which is far more emotion than she displayed when she was acting in the prequels.

But then, anything is more than zero.

I know what I'm thankful for this holiday season: after May, there will be no more Star Wars disasters coming from the addled mind of George Lucas. Unfortunately I know he's going to get my $10 once again. I've come too far to not see the finish, even as bad as the teaser trailer has looked.

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Myster said…
I hear Natalie Portman actually goes in for the Princess Leia earmuff 'do in Episode III. That explains a lot about the hairdo; Princess Leia was obviously born with a genetic predisposition for terrible hairstyles. It was probably all the Organas could do to keep her from painting her face white and stamping little dots on her cheeks. Poor kid. Some things really CAN be blamed on one's mother.

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