In the new Land of The Lost film based on the 70’s Saturday morning television show, a forest ranger along with his two children inadvertently stumble into a mysterious land populated by dinosaurs and other creatures, including the mysterious and dangerous race of Sleestak. The movie is due in theaters on July 17, 2009 andContinue reading “New Land Of The Lost Image”
Beginning today, DreamWorks Pictures is offering the original documentary Rain of Madness for download exclusively on the iTunes Store. Rain of Madness, starring Jay Baruchel, Jack Black, Steve Coogan, Robert Downey Jr., Bill Hader, Nick Nolte and Ben Stiller, is a companion piece to the hit comedy Tropic Thunder, which debuted in theaters nationwide onContinue reading “Tropic Thunder’s “Rain of Madness” Now on iTunes”
Warner Bros. Pictures Group President Jeff Robinov has told The Wall Street Journal that the studio is going to be reintroducing Superman. We assume this will be similar to how Louis Leterrier’s The Incredible Hulk was a reboot of Ang Lee’s Hulk. Here is what the article says: Warner Bros. also put on hold plansContinue reading “Warner Brothers Confirms Superman Reboot”
The Los Angeles Times talked to Iron Man 2 director Jon Favreau, who says they have started working on the sequel. They just talked to Jon Favreau a bit ago, and he said that while there hasn’t been an formal announcement on the sequel to “Iron Man,” he’s begun developing it. “We’re working on it now,”Continue reading “Jon Favreau Gets to Work on Iron Man 2”
Click HERE to meet the talented voice actors behind some of your favorite TV and movie characters. In most cases, these are only some of the many voice roles they’ve done.
The Lord of the Rings screenwriting team of Peter Jackson , Fran Walsh, and Philippa Boyens will join The Hobbit director Guillermo del Toro to pen the screenplay for the two planned Hobbit movies. Sources tell Entertainment Weekly that the scribes’ deals are all complete and they have already begun writing. (With shooting scheduled toContinue reading “Writing Begins on The Hobbit Movie”
Who watches Watchmen? It won’t be you, if 20th Century Fox has its way (at least not until Fox gets a taste of Warner Bros.’ action). In February, 20th Century Fox sued Warner Bros. over the rights to the DC Comics Watchmen franchise — insisting that Fox still had a claim on Watchmen afterContinue reading “The Battle Over Watchmen Rights”
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The brick road wasn’t just yellow. It was school-bus-parked-on-the-surface-of-the-sun yellow. That’s because when The Wizard of Oz premiered in 1939, Hollywood was still testing its newest toy, three-color Technicolor, and studios wanted to astonish audiences with supersaturated hues. Today Hollywood is looking to 3-D movies–now enjoying a digitally fueled renaissance–to make an impression asContinue reading “3-D Movies: Coming Back at You”
Justin Marks spoke with MTV Movies about the upcoming Green Arrow film. This is an ambitious project mainly because it has the makings for being the ultimate crossover film. His secret identity is Oliver Queen, billionaire activist of the fictional Star City. Dressed like Robin Hood, Green Arrow is an archer, who invents arrowsContinue reading “Justin Marks Talks Supermax: The Green Arrow Film”