Special Shining Gathering

Celebrate Stanley Kubrick’s and Stephen King’s classic The Shining at Come Play With Us. This special gathering at the Timberline Lodge in Oregon aims to recreate the 1920s era ball from the film at the same lodge featured in the movie. $100/person VIP Packages include a night’s stay at the lodge, dinner, cocktails, a specialContinue reading “Special Shining Gathering”

Samuel L. Jackson Discusses Iron Man 2

News regarding Marvel’s favorite armored hero has been keeping the ‘Net buzzing lately, with everyone weighing in on the highly publicized replacement of Terrence Howard with Don Cheadle in the role of Jim Rhodes for “Iron Man 2.” While there are still questions surrounding exactly what role Rhodes will play in the film (foremost amongContinue reading “Samuel L. Jackson Discusses Iron Man 2”

Director Malcolm Would Like To Direct An Iron Fist And Power Man Movie

Still at the junket for Soul Men during the roundtable questioning, Malcolm Lee mentioned comic book movies. Latino Review asked him what he would be interested in doing when he said Iron Fist and Power Man. Lee: You got a white karate dude and a big blaxplotation dude. I want it to be an action-comedy.Continue reading “Director Malcolm Would Like To Direct An Iron Fist And Power Man Movie”

Top Tear Jerker Movie of All Time

Pearl & Dean, a British movie advertising company, conducted an online survey to find out the top “tear-jerker” movie of all time.   Here is the top 10 list   1. Bambi (1942) 2. Ghost (1990) 3. The Lion King (1994) 4. E.T. (1982) 5. Titanic (1997) 6. Beaches (1998) 7. Philadelphia (1993) 8. Watership DownContinue reading “Top Tear Jerker Movie of All Time”

Pinocchio: 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition Due On March 10th

Disney has announced DVD ($29.99) and Blu-ray ($35.99) releases of Pinocchio: 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition for the 10th March. Extras on the DVD will include a fact track, a commentary with Leonard Maltin, Eric Goldberg and J. B. Kaufman, deleted scenes (The Story of the Grandfather Tree, In The Belly Of The Whale), an alternateContinue reading “Pinocchio: 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition Due On March 10th”

Jason Bourne 4th Movie In The Works

According to the trades Universal Pictures is moving ahead with its fourth installment of “The Bourne Identity” series, setting George Nolfi to write the script.Nolfi was co-writer of the third film, which was based on a story by Tony Gilroy.Though the series is based on the Robert Ludlum novels, the new film won’t be basedContinue reading “Jason Bourne 4th Movie In The Works”

Tim Burton Talks About Johnny Depp, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘The Dark Knight’

I got Tim Burton on the phone the other day while he was on the set of “Alice in Wonderland” and I had to admit right off the bat that I was surprised that, with the filming just underway, he was taking the time to chat. “Yeah, well, me too,” he said in his drollContinue reading “Tim Burton Talks About Johnny Depp, ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘The Dark Knight’”

New Star Trek Movie Images

Aboard a monstrous and gloomy interstellar cruiser — part Death Star, part Mordor — the man who would be the next captain of the starship Enterprise finds himself under fire from bald, blue-tatted alien brawlers. At the moment, James T. Kirk (Chris Pine), the hotheaded, horndog hero of Star Trek, is still a fresh-faced spaceContinue reading “New Star Trek Movie Images”

Jim Henson Company Doing Happytime Murders

The Jim Henson Co. has launched development of the feature Happytime Murders, a puppet comedy in the film noir detective genre, says Variety. Henson Co. co-toppers Brian Henson and Lisa Henson will produce along with Jason Lust. Brian Henson, whose helming credits include Muppet Treasure Island and A Muppet Christmas Carol, will direct from aContinue reading “Jim Henson Company Doing Happytime Murders”

Pixar’s Up Teaser Poster

From the Academy Award-nominated team of director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.”) and co-director Bob Peterson comes “Up,” a comedic adventure taking off (and lifting spirits) in summer 2009. Carl Fredricksen spent his entire life dreaming of exploring the globe and experiencing life to its fullest. But at age 78, life seems to have passed himContinue reading “Pixar’s Up Teaser Poster”

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