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Fett's voice is quite "Cingular"

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Why does his voice sound so familiar? Maybe because he sounds just like every other clone trooper in the Grand Army. Cingular has come out with some new Boba Fett cell phone ringtones, but not every Fett fan is going to be happy.

There has been much heated debate in the forums lately about George Lucas' new Star Wars DVD re-release, with Temuera Morrison re-dubbing the voice of Boba Fett. While younger fans and those that are more continuity conscious agree that this makes sense, some of the more "old school" Fettie's scream blasphemy!!

As mentioned in an earlier report, Cingular Wireless has been promoting many Star Wars graphics and ringtones for their various cell phones. This Fall, fans finally get some famous Boba Fett phrases to add to their phones. However, this may not be the Fett you're looking for. Whether you swing to the left or to the right, the only version available for download at this time is the new Temuera Morrison re-dubbed version.

Cingular Wireless Star Wars Graphics and ringtones

You can visit the site at the above link and "test" hear the new re-dubbed version before deciding to download the rings to your phone.

Source: Cingular Wireless


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