Ok. So... this happened today:http://news.tubefilter.tv/2010/04/01/breaking-lil-guildies-the-guil..."Something is up with The Guild (...) we noticed what appears to be the opening credits to a new animated spin off of the popular gamer comedy—dubbed Lil Guildies—pop up on their YouTube channel. The title reads only “Guild_Dis_Opening_V3.mp4″. We grabbed an embed code and screen shot, but not much else to go on other than this mysterious video description:'Hey Ted, here is what we hope is the final version (for your eyes only of course). Title card to follow in a separate email. -Kim'No one from The Guild camp has responded to our request yet for official word on the video. And so far none of their main Twitter accounts (@theguild or @feliciaday) have even hinted at this thing. Which means it’s likely somebody botched it and let this video out early"
If it was an earlier leak, this would explain Kim's tweets earlier:"Some days I suck a lot more than other days. Today is one of those days. The one in which I suck more. Than other days.
""Thank you for virtual *hugs* I hate when I am not 100% perfect! LOL. But since u all don't know what I did, it's actually not that bad. :)
Though maybe that's something else... no idea.
Later this was posted: EXCLUSIVE: Felicia Day Dishes On ‘Lil Guildies’
(written by Jenni), and the video (which was set to private for a few minutes, is now public again)
So... what do you think of it?
Really elaborated April Fool's joke? Or is it really happening?
Nonetheless, it is a hilarious video!
So I guess we'll have to wait and see.
Kim tweeted: "Suckage averted! I messed up but now it's fixed! RT @: EXCLUSIVE: Felicia Day Dishes On ‘Lil Guildies’ "
And Felicia tweeted: "Well, cat's out of the bag, even if it's a day
early, grr. Really cool news to share about @
Posted today on the video's YT description:"Most of you caught on yesterday but for those who didn't, we'd
like to be the first to say APRIL FOOLS!
Although the show isn't
real, a ton of hard work went into orchestrating this elaborate prank.
Extra special thanks goes to Greg Aronowitz and his animation team for
doing 3 months of work in 3 weeks, Paul and Storm for writing a theme
song so catchy that only death will get it out of our heads and Marc
Hustvedt and Jenni Powell at Tubefilter for writing hilariously
convincing articles that kept some of our fanbase guessing!"