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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Music in Film: The Cult-Painted On My Heart (Gone In 60 Seconds Soundtrack)

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'Avatar' Concept Art



Avatar tells the story of a paraplegic ex-marine war veteran (Sam Worthington) who's sent to establish a human settlement on the distant planet of Pandora, but winds up in a battle against the planet's indigenous population, the Na'vi.

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'Toy Story 3' Teaser Trailer

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

'Vengeance' Trailer



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U.S Box Office May 22-25, 2009

# Title May 22 - 25
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian $ 70,052,004

4,096 1 $ 17,103 $ 70,052,004
2 Terminator Salvation 51,943,726

3,530 1 14,715 65,316,217
3 Star Trek 29,380,384
-31.7 4,053 3 7,249 191,014,403
4 Angels & Demons 27,413,992
-40.7 3,527 2 7,773 87,524,618
5 Dance Flick 12,622,450

2,450 1 5,152 12,622,450
6 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 9,910,686
-32.6 3,183 4 3,114 165,164,423
7 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 4,767,809
-28.3 2,255 4 2,114 46,906,154
8 Obsessed 2,424,470
-47.2 1,603 5 1,512 66,332,824
9 Monsters vs. Aliens 2,060,680
-35.2 1,434 9 1,437 193,706,544
10 17 Again 1,292,506
-61.6 1,107 6 1,168 60,601,427


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Monday, May 25, 2009

Music in Film: Brad Fiedel-The Terminator (Main Theme) (The Terminator Soundtrack)

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Tv Series May 25-31, 2009

Monday, May 25

-In Treatment S02E33 Oliver - Week Seven
S02E34 Walter - Week Seven
S02E35 Gina - Week Seven (Season Finale)

Tuesday, May 26


-Rescue Me S05E08 "Iceman"

Sunday, May 31

-Law and Order: Criminal Intent S08E06 "Astoria Helen" Read more!

Sunday, May 24, 2009

'The Vampire Diaries' Trailer



Four months after the tragic car accident that killed their parents, 17-year-old Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev, “DeGrassi: The Next Generation”) and her 15-year-old brother, Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen, “Everwood”) are still trying to cope with their grief and move on with their lives. Elena has always been the star student; beautiful, popular and involved with school and friends, but now she finds herself struggling to hide her sadness from the world. As the school year begins, Elena and her friends are fascinated by a handsome and mysterious new student, Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley, “Army Wives”). Stefan and Elena are immediately drawn to one another, and Elena has no way of knowing that Stefan is a centuries-old vampire, struggling to live peacefully among humans, while his brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder, “Lost”) is the embodiment of vampire violence and brutality. Now these two vampire brothers ? one good, one evil ? are at war for Elena’s soul and for the souls of her friends, family and all the residents of the small town of Mystic Falls, Virginia. Based on the series of books by L. J. Smith, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES is from Alloy Entertainment and Bonanza Productions Inc in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios with executive producers Kevin Williamson (”Dawson’s Creek,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer”), Julie Plec (”Kyle XY,” “Wasteland”), Leslie Morgenstein (”Gossip Girl,” “Privileged”) and Bob Levy (”Gossip Girl,” “Privileged”). Marcos Siega (”Dexter”) directed the pilot.

"The Vampire Diaries" debuts this fall


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Friday, May 22, 2009

'The Surrogates' Trailer

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'Flash Forward' Trailer



When a mysterious event causes the entire world to black out, humanity is given a glimpse into its near future, and every man, woman and child is forced to come to grips with whether their destinies can be avoided or fulfilled.

Adapting award-winning author Robert J. Sawyer’s revolutionary novel, executive producers David S. Goyer (visionary co-writer of “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight”) and Brannon Braga (”24,” “Star Trek: Enterprise”) invite you to embark on a journey to answer the question, “if you knew what your future held, what would you do?”

“Flash Forward” stars Joseph Fiennes as Mark Benford, John Cho as Demetri Noh, Jack Davenport as Lloyd Simcoe, Sonya Walger as Olivia Benford, Courtney B. Vance as Stan Wedeck, Brian O’Byrne as Aaron Stark, Christine Woods as Janis Hawk, Zachary Knighton as Bryce Varley and Peyton List as Nicole.

The series is from ABC Studios. David S. Goyer is executive producer/writer/director. Brannon Braga is executive producer and co-wrote the pilot. Other executive producers are Marc Guggenheim, Jessika Goyer, Vince Gerardis and Ralph Vicinanza. Guggenheim will be the showrunner, along with Goyer.

"Flash Forward" debuts this fall


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'The Deep End' Trailer



Each year one of LA’s most prestigious law firms recruits four young lawyers from the finest law schools worldwide. The only way for these first-years to survive is to support each other…even as they compete against one another in the cutthroat arena of high-end law. Sex, greed, romance, betrayal - it’s all part of being a first year associate at Sterling Law.

“The Deep End” stars Matt Long as Dylan Hewitt, Ben Lawson as Liam Priory, Tina Majorino as Addy Fisher, Norbert Leo Butz as Rowdy Kaiser, Leah Pipes as Beth Bancroft, Billy Zane as Cliff Huddle, Sherri Saum as Susan Oppenheim and Clancy Brown as Hart Sterling.

The series is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television. David Hemingson is executive producer/writer. The pilot was directed by Michael Fresco.

"The Deep End" debuts in January 2010


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Thursday, May 21, 2009

'V' Trailer



“V” is a re-imagining of the 1980’s miniseries about the world’s first encounter with an alien race in which the aliens call themselves The Visitors, and have a seemingly friendly agenda that may or may not be a cover for something more malevolent.

“V” stars Elizabeth Mitchell as Erica Evans, Morris Chestnut as Ryan Nichols, Joel Gretsch as Father Jack Landry, Lourdes Benedicto as Valerie Stevens, Logan Huffman as Tyler Evans, Laura Vandervoort as Lisa, with Morena Baccarin as Anna and Scott Wolf as Chad Decker.

The series is produced by HDFilms in association with Warner Bros. Television. Scott Peters is executive producer/writer and Steve Pearlman and Jace Hall are executive producers. The pilot was directed and executive produced by Yves Simoneau.

"V" debuts in January 2010


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'Human Target' Trailer



From the official press release:

It takes a brave, selfless man to make himself a “human target” in order to save the lives of those in danger. Based on the popular DC Comics graphic novel, HUMAN TARGET is a full-throttle action drama centered on CHRISTOPHER CHANCE (Mark Valley, FRINGE), a unique private contractor/security guard hired to protect. Call him what you like, because for Chance, it’s about one thing only: saving his clients’ lives. When there is an unusual or imminent threat that can’t be solved through “normal” means of protection, Chance is hired to completely integrate himself into his clients’ lives – to become the human target. If you’re a corporate manager whose disgruntled employee has gone violently off the deep end, Chance is your new auditor. If you’re the president of a bank who’s been tipped off to a potential heist, Chance is your unassuming bank teller. During each job, Chance, assisted by his business partner WINSTON (Chi McBride, “Pushing Daisies”) and hired gun GUERRERO (Jackie Earle Haley, “Watchmen”), puts himself directly in the line of fire as he races against time to save his client, while unraveling the truth behind the mission. With every new danger, Chance’s dark history will also unravel. Does anyone know who Christopher Chance really is, or what secrets lay buried in his past? What would make a man willingly become a HUMAN TARGET?

PRODUCTION COMPANIES: Bonanza Productions Inc., Wonderland Sound and Vision, DC Comics, Warner Bros. Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jon Steinberg, McG, Simon West, Brad Kern
CO-EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Peter Johnson
DIRECTOR: Simon West

WRITER: Jon Steinberg

CAST: Mark Valley as Christopher Chance, Jackie Earle Haley as Guerrero, Chi McBride as Winston

Human Target debuts in January 2010

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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

(UPDATED) Upfronts: NBC, ABC, CBS,CW announce 2009-10 schedule

ABC

Renewed: Better Off Ted, Castle, Scrubs, Brothers & Sisters, Desperate Housewives, Grey’s Anatomy, Lost, Private Practice, Ugly Betty

Cancelled: Cupid, The Unusuals, Samantha Who?, According to Jim, Boston Legal, Life On Mars, Eli Stone, Dirty Sexy Money, Pushing Daisies

New series: Cougar Town, The Deep End, Eastwick, Flash Forward, The Forgotten, Hank, Happy Town, The Middle, Modern Family, V

More info: ABC 2009-10 Schedule Announced

NBC

Renewed : Heroes, Chuck, The Office, 30 Rock, Parks & Recreation, Law & Order: SVU, Southland, Friday Night Lights

Cancelled: Life, Kath & Kim, Kings, Knight Rider, My Own Worst Enemy, Lipstick Jungle, Crusoe, ER, Medium (picked up by CBS), My Name Is Earl

New series: Trauma, Day One, Parenthood, Mercy, Community

More info: NBC 2009-2010 schedule

CBS

Renewed: How I met Your Mother, The Mentalist, Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Gary Unmarried, Medium, Ghost Whisperer, Numbers, Criminal Minds, NCIS, CSI, CSI: NY, CSI: Miami, Cold Case

Cancelled: Without a Trace, The Unit, Eleventh Hour, Worst Week, The Ex List

New series: NCIS: Los Angeles, Accidentally On Purpose, The Good Wife, Three Rivers, Miami Trauma, Undercover Boss

More info: CBS Announces 2009-2010 Schedule

CW

Renewed: Supernatural, Smallville, Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, 90210

Cancelled: Everybody Hates Chris, The Game, Reaper, Privileged

New series: Melrose Place,The Beautiful Life, The Vampire Diaries, Parental Discretion Advised

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

'New Moon' Poster

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'Sherlock Holmes' Trailer



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'The Expendables' Poster



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'A Christmas Carol' Brief Footage

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TSCC-One last thing from Josh Friedman.

http://www.fox.com/blogs/terminator/


By now most of you have heard the news that T:SCC is cancelled. I received a call earlier today from Peter Roth at Warner Bros. and I appreciate both his personal and professional support throughout this show’s life. I know a lot of you are angry about the cancellation and want to find a place to direct your anger and to that I say do yourself a favor and find a way to move past it. Every network wants a big fat hit, especially one with a brand name behind it, and Fox was/is no different. They supported the show, they supported my vision of the show, and they gave it plenty of time to find an audience.

And what an audience we found: passionate, intelligent, kind of nuts in a good way. My only complaint about the T:SCC fans is that there aren’t ten million of them. But I prefer to be happy for the ones we had instead of lamenting the ones we didn’t.

Good shows are cancelled every year; smart shows, worthy shows, shows which move their viewers to write blogs and have viewing parties and create action figures and bury executives’ email accounts under thousands of messages. I miss Deadwood and The Wire and Arrested Development but thank God that I still have Rescue Me and The Office and a recently renewed Party Down written by ex-T:SCC writer John Enbom.

Bad shows are cancelled, too. And certainly there are those who did not like what we did and had their own vision for what a Terminator TV show should be. It’s easy to look at low ratings or cancellation as “failure” and for those who believe we’ve gone about this all wrong I’m sure today’s news will only serve to confirm a world view that I would never try to change. We’ve written the show as best we can, executed it to the best of our abilities, and sent it out in the world knowing that we worked out asses off to do something that wouldn’t be a waste of anybody’s forty-three minutes.

Thanks to a brave and talented cast, a feature crew working on a TV schedule, and everyone else who I could list but won’t because they know who they are. Mostly I’d like to thank those of you who’ve supported us and fought for us and given up hours of your life to watch our show. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s about. The watching.

Hope we do it again soon.

Josh Friedman

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U.S Box Office May 15-17, 2009

# Title May 15 - 17
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Angels & Demons $ 46,204,168

3,527 1 $ 13,100 $ 46,204,168
2 Star Trek 43,034,547
-42.8 3,860 2 11,149 147,645,384
3 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 14,702,425
-44.3 3,892 3 3,778 150,993,169
4 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 6,653,384
-35.1 3,150 3 2,112 39,855,222
5 Obsessed 4,588,973
-30.0 2,634 4 1,742 62,610,148
6 17 Again 3,368,189
-20.4 2,450 5 1,375 58,363,111
7 Monsters vs. Aliens 3,182,085
-2.4 1,951 8 1,631 190,733,766
8 The Soloist 2,402,801
-39.2 2,022 4 1,188 27,505,154
9 Next Day Air 2,244,878
-45.4 1,139 2 1,971 7,613,221
10 Earth 1,697,956
-36.3 1,584 4 1,072 29,088,771


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Monday, May 18, 2009

Fox 2009-10 schedule announced: Dollhouse renewed, Sarah Connor Chronicles cancelled



It's official: Fox renewed Dollhouse (in a surprise move) and cancelled TSCC.For quite a while, there were various articles about the fate of each.Well, in an ideal world, i would like both shows to continue, but ...I certainly liked Dollhouse, but if i had to choose between those two, i would choose TSCC, because i am more invested in it.The release of the new movie gave some hope to fans, but i guess we'll never see the aftermath of the second (and final) season finale.

As expected, Fox renewed 24, House M.D, Fringe, Lie to Me and Bones (for two seasons).
Among the new shows: Human Target, Past Life and Glee.
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Tv Series May 18-24, 2009

Monday, May 18

-Gossip Girl S02E25 "The Goodbye Gossip Girl" (Season Finale)
-How I Met Your Mother S04E24 "The Leap" (Season Finale)
-One Tree Hill S06E24 "Remember Me As a Time of Day" (Season Finale)
-24 S07E23-24 Day 7: 6:00 AM - 8:00 AM (Season Finale)
-In Treatment S02E28 Oliver - Week Six
S02E29 Walter - Week Six
S02E30 Gina - Week Six

Tuesday, May 19


-Rescue Me S05E07 "Play"

Sunday, May 24

-The Tudors S03E08
-In Treatment S02E31 Mia - Week Seven
S02E32 April - Week Seven Read more!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Season Finale Trailers: 24,Gossip Girl

Gossip Girl Season 2 Episode 25 'The Goodbye Gossip Girl'


24 Season 7 Episode 23/24

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Ron Moore's Virtuality dead, even before it airs?

Apparently, that's the case.You'll ask why?Well, Fox will air the pilot on July 4 (Saturday and a national holiday).For many, this is a sign that the network has already given up on the show (it should also be noted that Fox ordered several changes to Virtuality to make it more mainstream).Of course, the show may continue, but we shouldn't get our hopes up.It will be interesting to see the new creation of Ron Moore.It's a really ambitious, maybe stange, concept.

The story is set aboard the Phaeton, Earth's first starship, on a ten-year journey to explore a distant planetary system. In order to help the crew endure the long mission, a system of virtual reality modules is installed aboard the starship. These modules allow the crew to assume various identities and enjoy a variety of adventures, until a flaw is discovered in the system.

Pilot directed by Peter Berg

Starring:
Clea DuVall
Sienna Guillory
Jimmi Simpson
Ritchie Coster
James D'Arcy
Nikolaj Coster Waldau
Omar Metwally
Jose Pablo Cantillo

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Saturday, May 16, 2009

The Road Trailer

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Salvation by cyborg: McG helms next chapter in 'Terminator' saga



By Ethan Alter, filmjournal.com
April 27,2009

It's safe to say that any die-hard Terminator fan would have loved to have been a fly on the wall of the office where Joseph McGinty Nichol met with James Cameron to discuss Terminator Salvation, the fourth installment in one of most successful science-fiction franchises of all time. In one corner you had Cameron, who co-wrote and directed the original Terminator in 1984 and went on to make such revered action films as Aliens, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and True Lies. And in the other corner sat Nichol—or, as he's more commonly credited, McG—a music-video director who broke into feature filmmaking with the Charlie's Angels movies, which were filled with the kind of silly, deliberately over-the-top set-pieces Cameron has always avoided. Now McG was about to continue the Terminator legacy and he felt he couldn't do so without first paying homage to its creator in person.

"I wanted to be respectful and tell Jim that I intended to honor what he put into motion," says the 38-year-old, Michigan-born, California-raised director, on the phone from his L.A. office. "And I believed him when he told me that he finished telling the story at the end of the second film. So I brought it to him that the story was still worth exploring because [Terminator Salvation] was about the future war between the machines and humanity. He nodded his head and said, ‘That's interesting’ and went on to talk about how when he was making Aliens, everyone thought he was full of shit. Like 'Who does this guy think he is, following Ridley Scott?' Remember, he had only made a few films by that time. He wished me well, but added, 'I reserve the right not to like it.' And I said, 'That's fine, I reserve the right not to like [Cameron's new film] Avatar.' And we laughed as two directing colleagues would and that was that. I look forward to having a private screening [of the finished movie] with Jim, most likely at [Hollywood super-agent] Ari Emanuel's screening room. It's neutral turf, so if we get into a fistfight, Ari can break it up!"

Salvation by cyborg: McG helms next chapter in 'Terminator' saga

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Anthony Hopkins To Feast As Hannibal Again



Sir Anthony Hopkins is teaming up with director Sir Ridley Scott to bring his most infamous villain Hannibal Lecter back to the big screen.

The actor will reprise his cannibalistic serial killer for the fourth time in a second sequel to the 1991 hit film The Silence of the Lambs, for which he won a Best Actor Oscar.

Hopkins also appeared in 2001's Hannibal before starring in the 2002 prequel Red Dragon.

And actress Cate Blanchett has been tipped to take over the role of Clarice Starling after Jodie Foster pulled out to direct Claire Danes in the forthcoming Flora Plum.

A spokesperson for film-makers Universal says, "Hopkins and Scott are both very committed. We like what we've got, and the revised script is really, really good." IMDB Read more!

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Prison Break Season 4 Episodes 21-22 “Rate of Exchange/Killing Your Number” (Series Finale) Trailer

There's also a 2-hour movie, called The Final Break (which covers certain events, which weren't shown in the finale), which constists of episode 23 (''The Old Ball and Chain'') and episode 24 (''Free'') , which will be released on July 21.

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U.S Box Office May 8-10, 2009



# Title May 8 - 10
% Chg. Theaters Weeks AVG Cumulative










1 Star Trek $ 75,204,289

3,849 1 $ 19,539 $ 79,204,289
2 X-Men Origins: Wolverine 26,408,288
-69.0 4,102 2 6,438 129,032,435
3 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past 10,258,141
-33.4 3,175 2 3,231 30,054,386
4 Obsessed 6,560,266
-45.6 2,602 3 2,521 56,207,576
5 17 Again 4,232,422
-33.5 2,903 4 1,458 53,994,515
6 Next Day Air 4,111,043

1,138 1 3,613 4,111,043
7 The Soloist 3,949,430
-30.2 2,090 3 1,890 23,845,177
8 Monsters vs. Aliens 3,260,440
-43.8 2,185 7 1,492 186,774,092
9 Earth 2,666,219
-38.6 1,794 3 1,486 26,264,242
10 Hannah Montana The Movie 2,193,043
-47.3 2,301 5 953 73,861,795


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Monday, May 11, 2009

Gamer Trailer








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Tv Series May 11-17, 2009

Monday, May 11

-Gossip Girl S02E24 "Valley Girls"
-House M.D S05E24 "Both Sides Now" (Season Finale)
-How I Met Your Mother S04E23 "As Fast As She Can"
-One Tree Hill S06E23 "Forever and Almost Always"
-24 S07E22 Day 7: 5:00 AM - 6:00 AM

Tuesday, May 12

-Rescue Me S05E06 "Perspective"
-Fringe S01E20 "There's More Than One of Everything" (Season Finale)

Wednesday, May 13

-Lost S05E16-17 "The Incident" (Season Finale)

Thursday, May 14

-30 Rock S03E22 "Kidney Now!" (Season Finale)
-Smallville S08E22 "Doomsday" (Season Finale)
-Supernatural S04E22 "Lucifer Rising" (Season Finale)

Friday, May 15

-Prison Break S04E21-22 “Rate of Exchange/Killing Your Number” (Series Finale)

Sunday, May 17

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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Music in Film: Marco Beltrami, Marcus Trumpp-L'instinct de mort (Mesrine-L'instinct de mort)

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X-Men OrIgins: Wolverine and the future of the series



Three years after X-Men 3: The Last Stand, Wolverine is the first movie in a series of spin-offs.Hugh Jackman reprises his role and he's also a producer.Until its release, many things happened, from disagreements between the director and the studio to a leak of a work in progress version in file-sharing sites.Despite all this, the expectations were relatively high.So, does it deliver or does it disappoint?

The answer to the previous question is somewhere in the middle.The origins of Wolverine are established decently, but not without missteps.There are moments where you think that the filmakers achieved what they set out to do and other moments where you think that this isn't the origin story that you wanted or that you expected.And that's exactly the main flaw of the movie, the fact that it's an uneven one.There are certainly well-filmed, impressive, and emotional scenes, and the perfomances are decent (Liev Schreiber as Sabretooth stands out).Overall, there was potential, which to some level was wasted.

What's the reason for this outcome?Is it because you remove the mystery behind a character and you try to explain and eventually you fail?Is it because there isn't material, which could function as a basis for a decent story?As far the last question is concerned, it could be argued that there is plenty of material, which would be more than enough for a decent movie.



With a Wolverine sequel (set in Japan), a Magneto spin-off, a Deadpool spin-off and X-Men First Class already in development, it's evident where the series is going.This concept (of origin stories) is interesting, keeps the franchise fresh and ensures a steady source of revenue for the studio (with lesser cost, if the characters are recast).While i'm not opposed to all these spin-offs (if the execution is better than Wolverine), i have some reservations.My main reservation is about X-Men: First Class.I think that it's too soon for such a movie, even it's still in the early stages of development.But with all the remakes/reboots/spin-offs of recent years and of the future ,it's understandable why the studio would follow that concept.What i would want to see is X-Men 4, a true sequel to X3.The reception to The Last Stand was lukewarm and many think that the series reached its peak with X2, and so it's argued that there is no reason for another sequel and if there was possibility for such a movie, new contracts with the actors and actresses would be needed, which means new negotiations and maybe higher cost.However, i would like to see, after some spin-offs, a true X-Men sequel, ideally with most of the cast and Bryan Singer returning.I think that there many good stories that deserve to be told.I know that it's probably not going to happen, though you can never be certain for anything.
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Terminator Salvation Final Trailer

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Star Trek: Box Office and Review Ratings



Box Office

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979): $11,926,421 (opening weekend)/ $82,258,456 (cume)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982): $14,347,221 / $78,737,310
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984): $16,673,229 / $76,389,860
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986): $16,881,888 / $109,713,132
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989): $17,375,648 / $52,210,049
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991): $18,162,837 / $74,888,996
Star Trek: Generations (1994): $23,116,394 / $75,671,125
Star Trek: First Contact (1996): $30,716,131 / $92,027,888
Star Trek: Insurrection (1998): $22,052,836 / $70,187,658
Star Trek: Nemesis (2002): $18,513,305 / $43,126,129

Adjusted for inflation:

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979): $34,668,706 (opening weekend)/ $239,115,674 (cume)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982): $35,038,451 / $192,290,437
Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984): $35,629,102 / $163,237,856
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986): $32,671,686 / $212,328,919
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989): $31,267,457 / $93,951,918
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991): $30,976,050 / $127,720,425
Star Trek: Generations (1994): $39,707,107 / $129,980,545
Star Trek: First Contact (1996): $49,896,339 / $149,493,266
Star Trek: Insurrection (1998): $33,761,058 / $107,451,468
Star Trek: Nemesis (2002): $22,918,195 / $53,387,173



Critical Review Ratings (Rotten Tomatoes)

Star Trek: First Contact 91%
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 90%
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 84%
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 82%
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 76%
Star Trek: Insurrection 55%
Star Trek: The Motion Picture 50%
Star Trek: Generations 49%
Star Trek: Nemesis 36%
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 21%

Source: Box Office.com, The Geek Files

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