main.jpgGeorge Lucas' entire Star Wars sextet will screen over the course of a single day, this May in London. Episode III will premiere at Cannes on May 15; the six-film marathon will take place in Leicester Square the next day, a whole three days before Revenge of the Sith's U.K. premiere. Stars Hayden Christensen and Ian McDiarmid will fly in from Cannes to attend the event.

The only problem is: the films will be shown not in narrative chronology (1,2,3 etc), but in chronology of release date. The idea, ostensibly, is to save the film no one has yet seen for last - but wouldn't a better test of Sith's power as a trilogy bridge be to watch it in between Attack of the Clones and A New Hope, where it chronologically belongs?