Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky, writers of the hit television show The Office, wrote a script for a part 3 that brings back the original cast of Ghostbusters. I’m sure a lot of this has to do with the buzz surrounding the videogame coming out soon featuring the voice talents of the original cast, butContinue reading “Who You Gonna Call?…Possible Ghostbusters 3”
Inspired by Neil Young and Radiohead, Michael Moore will release his new film online and for free. The film, “Slacker Uprising,” follows Moore’s 62-city tour during the 2004 election to rally young voters. It will be available for three weeks as a free download to North American residents, beginning Sept. 23. An official announcement ofContinue reading “Michael Moore To Release New Film Online For Free”
Variety has published an article talking about director Guillermo del Toro’s schedule, which is now booked through 2017. Here are several clips: Universal — which has a three-year first-look deal with the helmer inked in June ’07 — and del Toro are making a long-term commitment by setting up four directing projects, including remakes ofContinue reading “Guillermo del Toro is Booked Through 2017”
SPOILER ALERT!: The following article spoils certain aspects of The Dark Knight. If you have not seen the movie, turn back now! Yes, it’s true. Aaron Eckhart says goodbye to Batman. At the press day for his upcoming indie film Towelhead, ComingSoon.net/Superhero Hype! talked to the actor who portrayed Harvey Dent/Two-Face in The Dark Knight.Continue reading “Will Two-Face Return To The Next Batman Movie?”
On his official website, illustrator Brian Murray has posted a number of images that he created for ‘Green Lantern‘ screenwriter and (potential) director Greg Berlanti. The images were part of the presentation package Murray created for the ‘Green Lantern‘ feature.
Jeff Nathanson has signed on to write the screenplay for the first film installment of The 39 Clues, it was announced today by Stacey Snider, Co-Chairman and CEO of DreamWorks Studios, and Deborah Forte, President of Scholastic Media. DreamWorks Studios recently acquired the movie rights from Scholastic Media to the highly anticipated multi-platform adventure seriesContinue reading “Jeff Nathanson to Write The 39 Clues Movie Script”
The story of John Lennon is headed for the big screen with Nowhere Boy, a biopic that will be directed by visual artist Sam Taylor-Wood, says The Hollywood Reporter. Produced by U.K.’s Ecosse Films, the script from Control screenwriter Matt Greenhalgh will focus on the Beatle’s childhood and subsequent journey to icon status. Filming isContinue reading “John Lennon Biopic in the Works”
Advertising is now as big a part of movies as actors or special effects. Instead of forcing directors to sell your products in their movies, why not pay lots of money to direct your commercials? The results are odd little mini-movies. Please click HERE for the best of the bunch.
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”