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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Kiefer Sutherland - From 24 to outer space



By Lesley O'Toole, Independent.co.uk
March 27, 2009


Kiefer Sutherland could give Twilight's Robert Pattinson a tip or two about being the hunted male star of a hugely successful vampire movie. The role which made Sutherland the Pattinson of his day was bleached blond vampire David in 1987's The Lost Boys.


He subsequently starred in two Young Guns films and with the requisite famous girlfriend, Flatliners co-star Julia Roberts was, fleetingly anyway, half the "Brangelina" of their early Nineties day. The rest of the decade bar a few bright spots (1992's A Few Good Men was one) attracted less coverage for Sutherland, personal and professional, to his still apparent chagrin.


"I remember I had Young Guns 2 come out and that was the number one film in the US for that week and then Flatliners came out the next week and it was the number one film for that week. But I couldn't get a job. I could never figure that out. Then all of a sudden 10 years later along comes 24, and I'm in a position to do some of the things I really wanted to do. I try and remember to make that second chance go to other people in my life."

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Citizen Game Leaked Italian Trailer

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Guillermo Del Toro talks about 'The Strain Trilogy'

In the following video, Guillermo Del Toro talks about 'The Strain Trilogy' (which he has co-written with Chuck Hogan and he first volume of which will be available June 2nd), a trilogy of books about vampires.

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Oliver Stone Returning To Wall Street



The current recession and scandals on Wall Street have had an unexpected consequence: a decision by director Oliver Stone to revive plans to mount a sequel to his 1987 drama Wall Street. Stone had previously said in interviews that he had abandoned the project because he "couldn't come up with the right way to go about it." However, published reports said yesterday (Wednesday) that Stone had changed his mind after seeing a rewrite of the sequel by Allan Loeb. The reports also indicated that Michael Douglas had agreed to reprise his role as Gordon Gekko and that Shia Labeouf would play his assistant in the new movie, currently titled Wall Street 2 (after previously being titled Money Never Sleeps). "We need to keep the story line under wraps, but it's literally ripped from today's headlines," 20th Century Fox spokesman Gregg Brilliant told the Associated Press. "It's going to be very big and very cool." IMDB Read more!

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Transporter 3 Review



Transporter was a really good action movie, with an interesting protagonist and well-filmed sequences.Transporter 2 was, for many fans of the original, kind of disappointing.What about Transporter 3?Well, it’s closer to the original, although there are elements from the first sequel and from Crank.

Jason Statham returns as Frank Martin and he’s pressured into transporting a package, which is a part of a bigger plan.At first, he’s unwilling to accept the offer (“I’m unavailable” he says) and he’s comfortable resting and fishing with Insp.Tarconi.Eventually, he’s forced to accept and throughout the movie he’s also forced to violate his code.As I said, the movie is closer to the original, and that’s evident from the plot, one of the elements of which is the relationship between Martin and Valentina (who is later revealed to be the package, and part of an attempt to extort an Ukranian minister).Francois Berleand (Inspector Tarconi) also returns and Robert Knepper is the villain.First-time actress Natalya Rudakova plays Valentina.

The usual elements of the series are present: the elaborate, well-filmed chases and fighting sequences.There are also flaws.However, Transporter 3 is a decent sequel, an entertaining movie that will satisfy fans and those looking for a good action movie.It’s worth mentioning that’s the most successful (in terms of worldwide box office gross) movie of the trilogy, so a third sequel is certainly possible, although it will probably be produced after 3-5 years.
“A man is as good as his car”

Eve-Set it on fire (Transporter 3 Soundtrack)
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Fringe-J.J Abrams and Cast Talk Nimoy and the End of Season 1


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Ridley Scott Considers Return to Aliens?

During an interview with IESB.net (in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine world premiere), Fox Co-Chair Tom Rothman said:
"There's been some talk. Ridley Scott, Ridley is right now working on Robin Hood, but I think he's toying with the idea and that would be great for us. I mean, it's always been a matter of, really, if you can get the originator to do it that would be the greatest thing, so I've got my fingers crossed, all of them."

Full interview: Fox's Tom Rothman Dishes on an Alien Prequel and more! Read more!

"Tourists" Snap Shots for 'Angels & Demons'



When the production of Angels & Demons had been refused permission to shoot key scenes in the Vatican, special effects director Ryan Cook had a team of people blend in with tourists and take about 250,000 pictures and shoot hours of video to use as reference back in Los Angeles.

Cook said in an interview with an Italian movie magazine (then excerpted by The Scotsman, and further excerpted here): "The ban really put us in a lot of trouble because we could not use the precision instruments which are used to take photographs and make reconstructions in the computer."

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Fist Look: Megan Fox in 'Jonah Hex'







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X-Men spin-offs, Constantine 2 update

X-Men producer Lauren Shuler Donner talked to Sci Fi Wire about the status of future spin-offs in the franchise.She said that the production of Magneto, for which a script exists, and of the Deadpool spin-off,depends on the success of X-Men Origins: Wolverine.She also said that the first draft of the script of X-Men: First Class (another spin-off, which will feature younger X-Men) is still being written (by Josh Schwartz).Finally,she mentioned that the production company is looking for a writer for Constantine 2. Read more!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

U.S Box Office April 24 - 26, 2009

# Title Apr 24 - 26
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Obsessed $ 28,612,730

2,514 1 $ 11,381 $ 28,612,730
2 17 Again 11,518,495
-51.4 3,255 2 3,539 39,823,333
3 Fighting 11,024,370

2,309 1 4,775 11,024,370
4 The Soloist 9,716,458

2,024 1 4,801 9,716,458
5 Earth 8,825,760

1,804 1 4,892 14,472,792
6 Monsters vs. Aliens 8,520,826
-35.6 3,358 5 2,537 174,813,830
7 State of Play 6,848,885
-51.3 2,807 2 2,440 25,081,890
8 Hannah Montana The Movie 6,437,141
-52.0 3,231 3 1,992 65,655,057
9 Fast & Furious 6,204,940
-47.3 3,566 4 1,740 145,367,040
10 Crank High Voltage 2,618,379
-62.4 2,223 2 1,178 11,735,952


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Robert Rodriguez to co-direct 'Machete' and produce 'Predators'



'Machete' was one of the fake trailers in Grindhouse (2007).According to Variety, Robert Rodriguez has written a script for a 'Machete' feature.Danny Trejo will play (again) the blade- wielding antihero.Rodriguez will direct the film (his first non-studio film since 'El Mariachi' (1992)) with Ethan Maniquis, his longtime editor.Production is expected to start this June in Austin.

'Machete' isn't the only Robert Rodriguez is working on.He's also writing a scipt for 'Predators', a reboot to the well-known series, which started in 1987 (with the original movie, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger).He'll produce but he'll not direct.20th Century Fox has set a July 7, 2010 release date for 'Predators.' Rodriguez said (to aintitcool.com) that the name Predators was an homage to James Cameron's Aliens -- which he felt was a "worthy follow-up to a classic."

He's also directing his script 'Nerveracker' (a futuristic action thriller) for Dimension Films,set to be released in 2010.The 'Barbarella' remake, the new 'Red Sonja' are not scheduled to be produced and the status of 'Sin City 2' is unclear.

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

First 'Edge of Darkness' photo



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Jason Statham, The Mechanic?

According to a Twitter alert from Production Weekly, Jason Statham is slated to star in a remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson movie The Mechanic.PW adds that director Simon West (Con Air and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) is in talks to direct the remake.The IMDB claims the new Mechanic will be revamped as a post-9/11 spy film for Rambo V production company Millennium Films. Statham is currently shooting Millennium's The Expendables.
For more info on the original: The Mechanic.

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'Sin City' for sale?



According to Hollywood Reporter, Weinstein Company / Dimension had lost the rights to Sin City and that the franchise is being quietly shopped around Hollywood.The Weinstein Co./Dimension continue to maintain that they hold the rights to any sequel for the film, although producers are saying that Frank Miller's estate has been shopping around those same rights. It's unclear if they have lapsed due to the failure to renew or move on the property, and it's also unclear if Robert Rodriguez will be involved in a possible sequel.Recently, it was reported that talks with Angelina Jolie (to play Ava Lord) had resumed, although these reports weren't confirmed.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt joins 'Inception'

According to Hollywood Reporter, Joseph Gordon-Levitt joined the cast of Christopher Nolan's "Inception." Gordon-Levitt is taking the role to have been played by James Franco, who bowed out over scheduling issues. He would play an associate of Lenardo DiCaprio's character, a CEO-type.Previously, Leonardo DiCaprio (the ptotagonist), Marion Cotillard, Ellen Page, and Cillian Murphy joined the cast of the movie.
This summer, Gordon-Levitt stars in "500 Days of Summer" (July 17) and in "G. I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" (August 7). Read more!

Friday, April 24, 2009

The Potential Sleeper Movie Hits of Summer 2009



May 2009


May 1
The Limits of Control (Jim Jarmusch)-Not likely

May 22
The Girlfriend Experience (Steven Soderbergh)-Not likely

May 29
Departures (Oscar-winner for Best Foreign Language Film)-Not likely

June 2009

June 5
The Hangover (Todd Phillips)-Likely

My Life in Ruins (Nia Vardalos)-Likely

Away We Go (Sam Mendes)-Likely

June 12
Moon (Duncan Jones)-Likely

June 19
Whatever Works (Woody Allen)-Likely

June 26
Cheri (Stephen Frears)-Likely (awards)

July 2009

July 10
The Hurt Locker (Kathryn Bigelow)-Likely

July 17
500 Days of Summer (Marc Webb)-Likely

August 2009

August 14
A Perfect Getaway (David Twohy)-Likely

Taking Woodstock (Ang Lee)-Likely

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John Woo's next project

John Woo recently talked to Empire about his future projects.The next movie that he'll direct is a Chinese-language epic (something on a similar scale to Red Cliff ) that sees him make a rare foray into romance. "It's like a Romeo and Juliet love story," he says. "A love story, but with war scenes."

About Hard Boiled 2: "I'm involved as producer. We're working on the script and I'm sure it's gonna be a very interesting movie, but it won't be ready until years from now."Chow Yun-Fat's involvement is still in the balance, according to Woo.

About 1941 (Woo's previously-announced historical epic): "I had to pass because we had so many problems with the people who owns the rights," the director told Empire. "We couldn't make a deal so I had to give it up. It's a little painful since we spent so long developing the story and we found very good actors."

Six years have passed since Paycheck (his last Hollywood movie),John Woo has settled in Beijing and has no immediate plans to return to the US, although he's not ruling it out. "I will make more Chinese movies, but if I get a better script [from Hollywood] I will do it again."

It's a shame that Western audiences won't see the complete Red Cliff (the two-part, four and half-hour version, although it's available on Asian DVD and Blu-Ray). Read more!

Thursday, April 23, 2009

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Trailer 3

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Trailers: The Countess, Armored




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The Last Action Hero: Jason Statham






Jason Statham's greatness announced itself early in his acting career—88 seconds into his motion picture debut, to be precise, in the opening sequence of Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998). Statham plays Bacon, a small-time criminal peddling stolen merchandise ("Handmade in Italy, hand-stolen in Stepney") on a London street corner. Suddenly, the police show up; Bacon and his accomplice take flight; and then, rounding a rain-slickened corner with a suitcase under his arm, he nearly tips over, performing a ridiculous little shuffle-step at an almost-45-degree angle to the pavement, his feet moving furiously but his forward motion momentarily stalled, like Wile E. Coyote in the instant before he realizes he has run out of clifftop road and is about to plummet 5,000 feet into a canyon. Whereupon Bacon regains his footing, vaults a barrier, and spills the entire contents of his suitcase as he races down a flight of stairs.


This is the essence of Statham-ism, a mix of bionic brute force and slapstick—Robocop meets Keystone Cops. It's a formula that has made Statham the biggest action hero going: Since 2001, Statham star vehicles have grossed $500 million worldwide. Currently, Statham is the face of two hit franchises: The Transporter, whose latest sequel, Transporter 3 (2008), earned more than $100 million, and Crank, whose second installment, Crank: High Voltage, arrives in theaters this Friday with the irresistible tag line "He was dead … But he got better."

How Jason Statham became the world's biggest B-movie star

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Brett Ratner updates on Beverly Hills Cop 4 and more

Brett Ratner (Rush Hour series, X-Men 3, Red Dragon) recently talked with Movieline about his slate of projects in-development.

About Conan: "(Conan is ) something I'm actively attached to. We're just budgeting the script and trying to figure out when's a good time and where to shoot it. It's kind of a global landscape."

Beverly Hills Cop 4?
"Yes.

After Conan?
I don’t know. I’m developing the script.

Another rumor said you’re looking for a PG-13 for it.
No. That’s ridiculous. It’s a hard R."

Trump Heist?
"Yes. That’s the script that’s closest to getting made, in my opinion. Ted Griffin, who wrote Ocean’s Eleven for me when I was attached, is writing it now. I just hired him to come in and write Trump Heist, which is one of my favorite projects. Because of the way that the business is, you never know which slot you’re going to get, or when you’re going to make the movie. But that’s one I’m really, really interested in making. There’s no order to these movies, though. I don’t control the financing. Whichever gets greenlit first is the one that’s gonna go."

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Third Robert Langdon movie?



Based on the Lost Symbol , the new Dan Brown book about Robert Langdon,due out on September 15, in the US and Canada.It's expected to be the third movie, starring Robert Langdon, since Sony Pictures owns the rights to the character onscreen.
Angels & Demons (based on the first book with R.Langdon as the protagonist) is out on May 15 Read more!

What heaven looks like in 'The Lovely Bones'



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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

My Sister's Keeper Trailer

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Robert Downey Jr.: 'Iron Man 2 Incredibly Risky'

From Collider.com

"(Iron Man 2 is) incredibly risky and artistic for a big genre movie."

"The set pieces have to do with things that aren't your typical bad guy conflict. The relationships are very complex and hilarious."

"The motivations Tony has and why he turns around and does things has completely to do with his own internal processes... we're kind of trying to tell a story about how a dysfunctional family saves life on Earth as we know it."

Robert Downey Jr. said that he's taking the movie more seriously than any other movie he's ever done, and also that Gary Shandling has joined the cast to play a Senator. Read more!

First photo of Russell Crowe as Robin Hood



By David Appleby, Universal Pictures

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'The Hobbit' Will Be Two Films

Guillermo Del Toro and Peter Jackson confirmed (talking to to Empire Magazine in honor of the publication's 20th birthday) that 'The Hobbit' will be two films.This should put to bed the theories that one film would focus on The Hobbit and the second would be a bridge film to the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Del Toro: "We've decided to have The Hobbit span the two movies, including the White Council and the comings and goings of Gandalf to Dol Guldur."

Jackson: "We decided it would be a mistake to try to cram everything into one movie. The essential brief was to do The Hobbit, and it allows us to make The Hobbit in a little more style, if you like, of the [LOTR] trilogy." Read more!

Monday, April 20, 2009

The Brothers Bloom Trailer 2

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U..S Box Office April 17-19, 2009

# Title Apr 17 - 19
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 17 Again $ 23,722,310

3,255 1 $ 7,288 $ 23,722,310
2 State of Play 14,071,280

2,803 1 5,020 14,071,280
3 Hannah Montana The Movie 13,406,217
-58.5 3,118 2 4,300 56,874,039
4 Monsters vs. Aliens 13,240,233
-39.3 3,662 4 3,616 163,063,465
5 Fast & Furious 11,774,715
-56.8 3,674 3 3,205 136,205,795
6 Crank High Voltage 6,963,565

2,223 1 3,133 6,963,565
7 Observe and Report 4,174,939
-62.1 2,727 2 1,531 18,812,239
8 Knowing 3,574,727
-44.4 2,405 5 1,486 73,795,283
9 I Love You, Man 3,327,668
-47.0 2,202 5 1,511 64,614,979
10 The Haunting in Connecticut 3,114,892
-47.2 2,255 4 1,381 51,883,389


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Friday, April 17, 2009

Music in Film: Alexandre Desplat-Sunrise On Lake Pontchartrain (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button Soundtrack)

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Trailer 4

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First Look: Neil Marshall's 'Centurion'


Photo from Empire Online

Centurion is the new movie,written and directed by Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers,The Descent,Doomsday),starring Olga Kurylenko and Dominic West. The movie centers on the famed 9th Legion fighting for their lives behind enemy lines after a devastating guerrilla attack.
Neil Marshall spoke with Empire during a set-visit and he described Kurylenko's character Etain ( a savage-looking Pict warrior woman,according to the script): "Her family were butchered by the Romans, she had her tongue cut out by the Romans, she's had a hell of a time and she's out for Roman blood."According to Olga Kurylenko,“She’s quite furious.Because one sense is not there – she can’t speak – all the others are more developed. She sees very well and hears very well: she is an animal!.”
Centurion is currently filming on location in Scotland, and is expected to arrive in theaters later this year.



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Features: 77 DVDs Worth Re-Buying On Blu-Ray,Top 10 movie car chase scenes



The first feature is about DVDs Worth Re-Buying On Blu-Ray.It's an interesting list,especially if you want to expand your collection.

77 DVDs Worth Re-Buying On Blu-Ray




The second feature is about the best movie car chase scenes.If you are wondering which scene is considered to be the best,let me just say this: Steve McQueen.

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24 and the Big Apple

According to EW.com's Michael Ausiello,the eighth season of 24 will take place in New York.The show will still primarily film in Los Angeles,with some exterior scenes shot in N.Y (the same was done in the current season,with some exterior scenes shot in Washington).Ausiello also reveals some of the new characters (and that CTU will return) – including the head of a New York based branch of CTU,named Brian Hastings.He says Hastings is "an MBA type with a razor sharp intellect." There will also be two new agents in their 20s, one male, one female.

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Al Pacino signs on to play Napoleon

According to Hollywood Reporter,Al Pacino,has signed on to play the French emperor in a screen adaptation of Staton Rabin's children's book "Betsy and the Emperor."Based on the true story of Betsy Balcombe, Rabin's tale follows the 14-year-old as she breaks out of her family's fear of Bonaparte and becomes his friend while he's exiled on St. Helena.John Curran ("The Painted Veil") is attached to direct from a screenplay by Brian Edgar. Read more!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Trailers: Moon,Extract

Moon Trailer


Extract Trailer

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U.S Box Office April 10-12, 2009

# Title Apr 10 - 12
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Hannah Montana The Movie $ 32,324,487

3,118 1 $ 10,367 $ 32,324,487
2 Fast & Furious 27,237,905
-61.6 3,472 2 7,845 116,497,095
3 Monsters vs. Aliens 21,812,253
-33.1 4,136 3 5,274 140,203,799
4 Observe and Report 11,017,334

2,727 1 4,040 11,017,334
5 Knowing 6,433,433
-21.0 2,925 4 2,199 67,769,550
6 I Love You, Man 6,280,790
-18.7 2,643 4 2,376 58,865,219
7 The Haunting in Connecticut 5,901,215
-37.8 2,721 3 2,169 46,488,580
8 Dragonball Evolution 4,756,488

2,181 1 2,181 4,756,488
9 Adventureland 3,353,618
-41.4 1,876 2 1,788 11,370,909
10 Duplicity 2,995,850
-28.2 1,965 4 1,525 36,847,445


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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Public Enemies Trailer 2

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Posters: X-Men Origins: Wolverine,The Box



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Angelina Jolie in "Serious Talks" for 'Sin City 2'?



By Clint Morris,Moviehole
April 10, 2009

According to a rather high-profile producer friend, Angelina Jolie is now in “serious talks” – as opposed to merely being mentioned as a possibility, or having a casual coffee with the filmmakers to suss out her interest – to star in director Robert Rodriguez's “Sin City 2”.

Jolie first spoke to Rodriguez and writer/co-director Frank Miller about the film in 2006. All went quiet on the project though, largely because the producers weren't ready to pull the trigger on the production, and all converse ceased. Now, according to my mole, the project has gathered steam and the filmmakers are trying to get Jolie to officially commit to playing the female lead.

Jolie would play the iniquitous Ava, the lead character in Miller's "A Dame to Kill For" story. She’s the former flame of clean-living photographer Dwight McCarthy, and shows up and professes her love for him. When he finds out she's in way over her head, it looks as though trouble has found him. And he’d be right.

The project would reunite Jolie with her “Beyond Borders” co-star Clive Owen, who’s loosely attached to reprise his role as McCarthy.

We’re told that the long-gestating sequel is inching forward a little faster than it was, say, six months ago. Wonder if it's the Weinstein’s who are suddenly raring to go? Word is, they haven’t lost the rights to the film, but could if the project doesn't transition from a simmer to a boil pretty soon.

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Clash of the Titans Casting News

In March,it was reported that Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace),Sam Worthington (Avatar,Terminator Salvation),Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale,After the Wedding) and Alexa Davalos (Defiance,Chronicles of Riddick) joined the cast of the Louis Letterier (Transporter 2,Incredible Hulk) remake.The Hollywood Reporter reports that Liam Neeson has signed on and Ralph Fiennes is in final negotiations.Neeson will play Zeus,king of the gods and father of Perseus (Sam Worthington). Fiennes will play Hades, ruler of the underworld who aims to overtake Zeus and rule over all. Read more!

Cruise and Travolta in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid remake?

According to express.co.uk,Tom Cruise wants to remake the 1969 classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and star in it along with John Travolta.Cruise reportedly got the blessing of Paul Newman before he passed on.

According to the Express' source, this remake has "been a pet project of his [Cruise] that has been on the back-burner for years. But now he's ready to go, and will most likely happily eschew the enormous salary that he normally commands."

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500 Days of Summer Trailer

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Iron Man 2 Set Photos,Casting and more



Don Cheadle,Gwyneth Paltrow,Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Iron Man 2 (Cinematical/justjared/ SpoilerTV)

Three days ago Iron Man 2 began filming and the first set photos were posted on the internet.According to IESB ,on set was veteran actor Garry Shandling.The site reports that Shandling is a Senator that appears in a continuation of the final scene from the first IRON MAN film.

Robert Downey Jr. confirmed ( to the MTV Splash Page) that Demon in a Bottle won't be the storyline of the sequel."As a matter of fact, I think that's probably best saved because it's such its own storyline. We're going for the interim space [between the origin and Demon] which is more a look behind the mask of someone who says he's Iron Man and what it really is to become a superhero."Last week,Downey spoke to Entertainment Tonight:"(Iron Man 2) is almost entirely about character, and yet we still have twice as much action as we did last time, so it's going to be nuts. ... Essentially Iron Man 2 is about looking behind the armor, or the armature, of a superhero. It's one thing to say you're Iron Man, it's another thing to be fully ready to do that."
He added that he's been rehearsing with co-star Scarlett Johansson, who plays the Black Widow, and says that "she's in insane shape. She's getting lean and mean."

In other news,Tim Robbins refuted the rumour ( to ReelTalk) that he'll play Howard Stark.
It was rumoured that Gary Oldman will play the role,but that rumour was denied by the actor's manager. Read more!

Spider-Man 4 screenplay to be completed soon?

Sam Raimi told SCI FI Wire that the script for Spider-Man 4 should be completed by summer.
"Right now, David Lindsay-Abaire is working on a draft of the new picture," Raimi said in the interview. "And he's hard at work, and hopefully we'll see something in about three months."
Raimi declined to discuss possible villains for the fourth installment.Tobey Maguire has signed on to reprise his role,but Kirsten Dunst hasn't,alhough the director wants her to return.
Spiderman 4 is scheduled to be released on May 6, 2011. Read more!

Leonard Nimoy will guest on Fringe

According to various reports,Leonard Nimoy will guest on Fox's Fringe as William Bell, Massive Dynamic founder and Walter Bishop’s former lab partner at Harvard.

Showrunners Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman revealed some of the plot points for Nimoy's episode (season one finale) to E!.

Regarding the relationship between Walter Bishop (John Noble) and William Bell (Leonard Nimoy): "We always imagine that they were two of the smartest guys in their classes, and they went through the Ivy League together."

"At that point in college where you're discovering yourself, but these guys, the intelligent geniuses they are, they might come to conclusions about what's important in this world. So we always imagine that they were very much like each other, very much friends, and very much a team—brothers in a way, and that life took them in different directions, either complementary or not directions, and we're going to find out."

Orci and Kurtzman talked about the approaches both Walter and William take to the Pattern. "They have not only different approaches to the Pattern, but different interpretations of what the Pattern is. The Pattern is slightly in the eye of the beholder, you're going to find out. And sometimes what you think is real can become real. In a way, these two are the top minds in the world attempting to figure out the Pattern and how to react to it, based on their world view."

[via E! Online and monstersandcritics]

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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

U..S Box Office April 3 - 5, 2009

# Title Apr 3 - 5
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Fast & Furious $ 70,950,500

3,461 1 $ 20,500 $ 70,950,500
2 Monsters vs. Aliens 32,609,165
-45.0 4,109 2 7,936 104,799,387
3 The Haunting in Connecticut 9,481,647
-58.8 2,732 2 3,471 37,171,280
4 Knowing 8,146,156
-44.6 3,323 3 2,451 58,219,770
5 I Love You, Man 7,722,469
-39.1 2,829 3 2,730 49,159,559
6 Adventureland 5,722,039

1,862 1 3,073 5,722,039
7 Duplicity 4,174,240
-45.6 2,522 3 1,655 32,250,215
8 Race to Witch Mountain 3,212,602
-44.6 2,825 4 1,137 58,249,111
9 12 Rounds 2,260,906
-57.6 2,331 2 970 8,982,767
10 Sunshine Cleaning 1,807,164
41.8 479 4 3,773 4,702,721


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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

24-Slumdog star joins the cast of season 8



Casting has now began for the eighth season of 24.According to Hollywood Reporter,Anil Kapoor will be joining the cast as a series regular.He's a star in India and he played the host of the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in the Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire.According to the report,Kapoor will play "a Middle Eastern leader who comes to the U.S. on a peacemaking mission." Read more!

Viggo Mortensen is quitting movies



Viggo Mortensen is quitting movies.

The Eastern Promises star has been left exhausted by his gruelling workload and has decided to take an indefinite break to recover.

"In the past week I've been from Los Angeles to Japan to Korea to Poland to the UK. It's ridiculous and it's not a healthy way to be. But, as it happens, I'm taking measures to change that. No more movies," he said.

"I haven't said yes to one in over a year. I've been in all these well-received movies and it seems like I should be doing some more, but there are other things I want to do. It's not the right time."

The The Lord of the Rings actor also revealed he rejected several roles in big budget movies, insisting he would never appear in a film just for the money.

"They were often complete crap, all about product placement and marketing. I don't need the money."

This isn't the first time Viggo has threatened to give up acting.

"I've made a lot of interesting movies and I've worked with some really good people. Not in a disrespectful way, but now I could kind of take it or leave it to be honest. I've felt that way for a while," said the 50-year-old star in 2008.

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Knowing is a sci-fi thriller,directed by Alex Proyas,starring Nicolas Cage and Rose Byrne.While the premise isn’t so original,it’s interesting.The movie takes some time to gear up but after some point drops the ball.I can’t say that I’m irritated by the development of the story,but I can’t say that I like it.Maybe I expected something different.Anyway,I think that the main flaw of the movie is obviously the screenplay.

The performances are decent.Alex Proyas is a skilled director,something that’s evident from his previous work and that’s also evident in Knowing.There are some really intense and visually impressive scenes (the visual effects team and the director of photography have done very good work).
Knowing,while it’s a decent movie,it seems that there was potential,which was wasted. Read more!

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