In an interview with BleedingCool, Iron Man 3 director, Shane Black comments on his post Marvel plans. He is committed to directing the Warner Bros. adaptation of Death Note, and Doc Savage for Sony. Black is enthusiastic about his adaptation of the hit Japanese manga, Death Note, saying, “Right now I’ve got this thing [...]
Bet you didn’t see that one coming, did you? Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland was a breath of fresh air in regards to bringing something new and unique to the horror-comedy genre. Aside from being a well written film, the cast of Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin were a cohesive group that only added to the [...]
Despite the fact that Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been filming for several weeks now, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez continue to add more stars to their gritty sequel. Last week, star of the moment Joseph Gordon-Levitt joined the cast as Johnny, along with Chris Meloni. Josh Brolin, who is another hot commodity [...]
Work on Marc Webb’s Spider-Man sequel is coming along nicely. It seems the majority of the cast is in place and filming will start soon. Two of the new additions to the movie were out and about promoting their movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Shailene Woodley, who will be playing Mary Jane Watson, [...]
Brad Bird, the Academy Award-winning director, screenwriter, animator, and producer, made one of the best superhero movies of all time with The Incredibles. Fans have been begging for a sequel since the films initial release to no avail. While no sequel is in sight, the director did show off an unused poster by Robert McGinnis. [...]
Star Trek fans have been hoping for Klingons to appear on film for a while. JJ Abrams had the Klingons appear in his first film, but it was in a deleted scene from the 2009 reboot. More recently the alien race were teased in a skit featuring the director for the MTV Movie Awards last [...]
There have been many teams and duos throughout television history and many of the significant ones have had a top notch vehicle to get them where they need to be and at times, act as a safe haven for their owners. Some, however, were just there to make them look good and that’s it. Often [...]
It’s quite likely that a new Heroes for Hire comic is headed our way this year, with the classic duo of Luke Cage and Danny Rand- Power Man and Iron Fist-, which will be written by Brian Bendis. However, this run will also feature Jessica Jones and her child, who is fathered by Luke Cage. [...]
While fans wait impatiently on the ever-gestating Deadpool film, another Liefeld product is headed to the big screen in The Godyssey. The project is actually the result of a Tweet from Liefeld last month, saying he want to make the comic series his next project. When producers Todd Garner of Broken Road and Brooklyn Weaver of Energy entertainment [...]
Mark Millar has been staying pretty busy lately. The comic book writer has been juggling some new projects on his Millarworld imprint, working on the Kick-Ass 2 movie, and doing his duties as 20th Century Fox’s creative consultant for their Marvel movies. The first film out of the gate is James Mangold’s Wolverine. Miller talked [...]
Last week Marvel released a whole slew of teasers for several of their books showing off a new artist on some of the Marvel NOW! titles. One of the teasers that got fans excited was the announcement that legendary Thor artist Walter Simonson would be teaming up with writer Mark Waid for Indestructible Hulk. The [...]
We all know the story by now. Michael Bay is producing a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action film that will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman. The turtles are supposedly no longer teenage or mutant. The film was met with extreme displeasure from fans when details from the script emerged. In fact the whole script [...]
Don Cheadle may have missed out on all the action in The Avengers, but from what we’ve seen so far he’ll make up for it in Iron Man 3. Colonel James Rhodes will be suiting up in a new patriotic War Machine suit in the Shane Black directed threequel. The actor wouldn’t comment on the [...]
It has been quite the weak year for animated features. Brave didn’t please audiences as much as other Pixar films, and the stupid Madagascar films continued to bore adults. But then comes along Wreck-It Ralph, a movie in the vein of Shrek, where the adult and child love the movie. Ralph is a very simple movie at heart, but [...]
Long before Marvel heroes flooded the screens of cinemas around the world with Hollywood blockbusters, special effects and box office records, they soured a difficult start on the screens. Marvel Comics, as we know it today, acquired in 2009 by $4.24 billion by the Walt Disney Company, has gone through some very hard times.
EA’s Need for Speed is going to get the big screen treatment courtesy of DreamWorks. The Film will be based on the entire Need for Speed franchise.
For those of you who haven’t been reading DC’s New 52 Batman (Seriously?!) they combined top dog writer Scott Snyder,Greg Capullo killing it on art, master inkier Jonathan Glapion, and colors by the extraordinary FCO Plascencia with that you get TEAM BATMAN!
Wow! It cant get better than this! The Walking Dead Escape: San Diego Partners with Make-Up Effects Company KNB EFX Group, Inc. Lead by Co-Executive Producer of AMC’s The Walking Dead Greg Nicotero The Zombie Apocalypse Event Debuts at Petco Park to Celebrate Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead Issue #100 During San Diego Comic-Con July [...]
Dean Lorey might not be a household name, but he’s certainly been a contributing factor to many conversations within them. Why? Well, you know that show Arrested Development? He helped write it! (And, if we’re going to be realistic, if you’ve never even mentioned the series before… you probably live under a rock.) Dean Lorey is [...]
The first official still for the movie has been released, giving us a first look at both actors suit up as their characters. Check it out!
31 in 31′s day 17 movie is “Poltergeist” directed by Toby Hooper and written by Steven Speilberg, Michael Grais, and Mark Victor. If you have an affinity forhauntings in houses, little girls being swept in to television dimensions, evil toy clowns, and more then this movie should be at the top of your list [...]
Day 12 of 31 in 31′s movie is “Let the Right One In” directed by Tomas Alfredson and written by novelist John Ajvide Lindqvist. Released in 2008 to widespread critical acclaim this movie was shown to me by one of my friends claiming that it was one of the best vampire movies to date, and [...]
31 in 31 Day 11 brings you the 1976 thriller “Carrie” based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name. The movie was directed by Brian De Palma and the adapted script from the novel was written by Stephen King and Lawrence D. Cohen. This movie was reccomended on the lists that I received of friends and families favorite [...]
Day 9 of 31 in 31′s movie is Paranormal Activity, which was written and directed by Oren Peli. In 2007 I saw a small independent film that was coming to a city a few miles from me called Paranormal Activity, after researching it and seeing how truly indie this movie was, and what they were [...]
The 31 in 31 for day six is “Insidious“. This is a ghost film written by Leigh Whannel and directed by James Wan. Both of whom previously collaborated together on “Saw“. Insidious is one of those few and far between ghost films that work. The story is centered on a small town family, The Lamberts. [...]