Watch the Trailer before it gets pulled. Bad boy for whoever posted this online. But Thank You. I had to miss this panel during Comic Con.
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Transformer BumbleBee Nike Shoes for sale
If you ever wanted a one of a kind shoe then this is your place to buy them. It's Called rmkstore. And if your a shoe freak like I am. This store is like Heaven.
Here is a special make up that Nike did for the Transformers 2 Movie. A pair of shoes they call the Nike Zoom FP Transformers II Pack Bumblebee . Better go get them while you can.
This is one of the few stores online that sell Special Make up shoes. The store had in stock the New GI Joe shoes that Nike Made.
They are sold out. But I was able to get a few Pictures of the shoes. One thing I am glad of. They don't make the shoes in my size.
Is Terminator 5 in McG's Future?
I was one of the few people out there who didn't Think Terminator Salvation was that bad of a movie. Well of course the ending was bad. But the rest of the Movie holds up pretty well.
Here is the article from IESB-
But According to IESB McG has plans for a Terminator 5 Movie
Hot off the heels of TERMINATOR SALVATION, director McG says he's already hard at work prepping the next installment regardless of the fan criticism he's received.
He seems to be following the Michael Bay Transformers model and jumping right back into the franchise.
At an interview with the producer/director about HUMAN TARGET his latest dive into TV starring Jackie Earle Haley, McG spoke candidly to IESB about the next TERMINATOR film.
McG: Yeah. I'm prepping 20,000 Leagues, every day, but I'm concurrently prepping Terminator 5, another Terminator picture. So, we're cooking that up. And then, I'm very active in Spring Awakening, the musical, also. So, we'll see. But, my focus, right now, is really pushing forward with 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
IESB: Do you want to take time off between Terminator films?
McG: It's interesting. Obviously, Michael Bay had tremendous success following Transformers, in a very short window. Sometimes people like to take time off, but I'm excited about the next installation of the story, in the Terminator idea.
So, for me, it's terribly exciting to get back out there and show a different face of that idea, and perhaps get out of the apocalyptic world and into a contemporary world. I think the audience is going to be very excited about our way in. I haven't talked to anybody about that yet. You're the first one.
IESB: Do you listen to fan criticism, or is that just too much information?
McG: No, I listen to everything. It's interesting because a lot of people don't like me, but a lot of people just don't like my name. I can't take that too seriously because that's been my name my whole life. It's not something that I prescribed myself. So, I just gotta roll forward and, hopefully, have the films do the talking.
You take your lumps, if they don't like it, and you enjoy it a lot more when they do. We've all been on every side of that, and what can you do, but figure out what you did right and what you did wrong, look at it a little more closely, study the people that you look up to, and continue to evolve as a storyteller.
New Where The Wild Things Are Trailer
Who hasn't Read this book as a child, or had the book read to them.
The book is a beloved story to all and is now coming to the Big Screen. Director Spike Jonze Brings this Childhood Favorite book to the Theater near you on October 16, 2009. With an All-Star Cast ( Mark Ruffalo, James Gandolfini, Forest Whitaker and many more )
Enjoy the New Trailer for the Movie and let me know what you think.
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Funny Man Zach Galifianakis Talks Hangover 2
I am not sure what they can do to this movie to make it any better then it was. Every time you make a sequel, Sure it can turn out better then the first movie. And then there are the sequels that Bomb. Like Caddyshack 2.Why mess with a good thing. But in Hollywood " Money Talks "
Here is a Exclusive interview with Funny Man Zach Galifianakis From IGN.
IGN: There was certainly a lot of buzz about The Hangover before it opened, including talk of a sequel. There was confidence it was a good film and would connect, but was it still astonishing to you to see just how big it is? That it's passed Beverly Hills Cop as the biggest R-rated comedy ever?
Galifianakis: You know what it was… I had dinner with the director, Todd Phillips, the other day and he was driving me back to my place. And I said, "I think it worked because there was some fresh jokes." I don't mean that there was groundbreaking new humor, but we would do some jokes and I'd say, "Todd, I've seen that before." Even with the jockstrap stuff. I'd seen fat guys in tighty-whities before. I said, "Give him a jockstrap." It was that kind of small thing… Not that that was the revolutionary thing. [Laughs] But it was those kind of small, little things… You need to surprise an audience.
They've become so saturated now, comedies. Cursing has become the new wit and it just drives me crazy when I see that. I saw a movie -- I won't say which -- and every character cursed. And that's fine, if you give them a reason to be that way. But they just did it gratuitously.
So this movie, The Hangover, had some cursing in it and all that stuff, but my character did not curse. I asked if he could not curse. I just didn't want to do it. So there's little elements like that that maybe were kind of new to people. Also, nobody knew the cast and that in a weird way helped. I think Todd Phillips knows… the studio left him alone. They gave him one note. They didn't meddle. And that's the reason, I think, that it's a good movie. They admitted they didn't know what they were doing and let Todd edit the way he wanted and shoot the way he wanted. We got very lucky, also. A good movie, a good TV show is coincidental I think. Because there are so many elements that have to fall into place and we worked hard, but there's some luck involved as well. That's a long answer!
IGN: What has Todd said about the sequel? Has he said where he wants to go with it?
Galifianakis: He is writing the script. But I haven't seen the script. I'm not running to do The Hangover 2. I told Todd, the last thing I want is the Police Academy chain all of the sudden, where I'm only known from… You've got to be careful with something like that. The movie's really good, why bother with a sequel? And I'm not saying that I'm not going to do it. I'm just posing these questions. These are things I ask Todd. Obviously, the reason is executives have Bentleys to pay for. I would love, love, love to work with those guys again. The script has to be good! But I'm working with Todd on a movie we'll be shooting in about six weeks. So I'll do that first, and then we'll see how it goes. Read more...
Chris Rocks Good Hair Trailer.
This whole thing started with one question from his daughter."Daddy,how come I don't have good hair?" It looks like we should all thank his daughter for asking that question. The documentary Looks like it is going to be funnier then shit. I can hardly wait to see this one.
When Chris Rock’s daughter, Lola, came up to him crying and asked, “Daddy, how come I don’t have good hair?” the bewildered comic committed himself to search the ends of the earth and the depths of black culture to find out who had put that question into his little girl's head! Director Jeff Stilson’s camera followed the funnyman, and the result is Good Hair, a wonderfully insightful and entertaining, yet remarkably serious, documentary about African American hair culture.An exposé of comic proportions that only Chris Rock could pull off, Good Hair visits hair salons and styling battles, scientific laboratories, and Indian temples to explore the way black hairstyles impact the activities, pocketbooks, sexual relationships, and self-esteem of black people. Celebrities such as Ice-T, Kerry Washington, Nia Long, Paul Mooney, Raven Symoné, Maya Angelou, and Reverend Al Sharpton all candidly offer their stories and observations to Rock while he struggles with the task of figuring out how to respond to his daughter’s question. What he discovers is that black hair is a big business that doesn’t always benefit the black community and little Lola’s question might well be bigger than his ability to convince her that the stuff on top of her head is nowhere near as important as what is inside.
Recipient of A Special Jury Prize: U.S. Documentary
Movie is due out October 9,2009
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Little Red Riding Hood Getting a Goth Remake
Looks like we maybe getting a Darker Version of Little Red Riding Hood. With a Gothic Twist.Sounds a little out of the norm. But enough of the Happy versions of Riding Hood. Let's come with something new.
Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way banner is developing a Gothic reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood with screenwriter David Leslie Johnson, Variety reported:
The Warner Bros.-based banner partnered with Johnson on horror pic Orphan, which has grossed $28 million in its first 11 days. ...
The best-known version of the story—in which a wolf disguises himself to fool a girl delivering food to her sick grandmother in the forest—was published in the 19th century by the Brothers Grimm. Earlier oral versions of the tale, which date back to the Middle Ages, are far darker and sometimes involve a werewolf rather than a wolf; the first published version, by Charles Perrault, concludes with Red Riding Hood eaten by the wolf, with no happy ending.
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Dexter Season 4 New Promo for upcoming season.
Here is the New Promo for the Up Coming Season of Dexter.
This season Dexter Morgan has everything he wants except the one thing he needs. A little time to kill. Don't miss the season 4 premiere of Dexter Sunday, September 27th.
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GAMER is a high-concept action thriller set in a near future when gaming and entertainment have evolved into a terrifying new hybrid. Humans control other humans in mass-scale, multi-player online games: people play people...for keeps. Mind-control technology is widespread, and at the heart of the controversial games is its creator, reclusive billionaire Ken Castle (Michael C. Hall). His latest brainchild, the first-person shooter game "Slayers," allows millions to act out their most savage fantasies online in front of a global audience, using real prisoners as avatars with whom they fight to the death.
Kable (300's Gerard Butler) is the superstar and cult hero of the ultraviolent "Slayers." Kable is controlled by Simon, a young gamer with rock star status who continues to defy all odds by guiding Kable to victory each week. Taken from his family, imprisoned and forced to fight against his will, the modern day gladiator must survive long enough to escape the game to free his family, regain his identity and to save mankind from Castle's ruthless technology
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Tom Cruise Replaced by Sam Worthington for the upcoming movie The Tourist.
I am a huge Tom Cruise fan. From Risky business To Mission Impossible 3. Any movie he is in I am going to see it. So here is some sad news that I found out about.
Sam Worthington has replaced Tom Cruise in upcoming movie The Tourist.
The Australian actor was drafted in after Cruise dropped out to star alongside Cameron Diaz in a new, as-yet-untitled action comedy from James Mangold.
In The Tourist, Worthington will star alongside Charlize Theron as an American holidaymaker used by an Interpol agent to hunt down a crooked ex-lover.
The film, a remake of 2005's French thriller Anthony Zimmer, will be directed by Bharat Nalluri, according to Variety.com.
Worthington most recently starred in Terminator: Salvation and has a role in the upcoming Avatar. Read more...
Twilight Eclipse Xavier Samuel Heading to Work.
Xavier Samuel is an Australian actor who will play Riley in the upcoming Eclipse movie. And he and the entire cast are headed to work as we speak on the New film in Vancouver. Here are some photos of the Entire cast boarding the plane from LAX to Vancouver. Courtesy of popsugar.
Here is some back ground on Riley Courtesy of TwilightwikiaSpoiler-You have Been Warned
Riley was among the first humans, if not the first, that Victoria changed into a vampire so as to form her army. She needed an older vampire to help control the newborns. To get him to work with her, Victoria told him that she loved him and convinced him to serve her faithfully. He corralled the other new vampires and told them what their mission was and what they were supposed to do.
Riley was also the one who came into Bella's room to get her scent. This was because he was the only mature vampire there besides Victoria. If any newborns had come there, Charlie would have been killed. Thankfully, Riley spared him.
When he faced Edward in the clearing, Edward tried to convince him to give up the fight by telling him how Victoria really felt about him (she didn't really love him; her mate was James who was killed in Twilight), but Victoria’s hold on him was too strong. He tried to attack Edward, but Seth got to him first. Seth, with a little help from Edward, managed to kill Riley.
Movie is in Pre Production as we speak.
Meet the lovely ladies of GI Joe
Female characters in military-action-fantasy films are often second-class citizens, reduced to serving as eye candy and standing on the sidelines while the guys handle the heroics and/or the villainy, but that ain't the case with G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Yes, the guys figure prominently, but the ladies are the guys' equals in every way.
What are we talking about here? Well, in the movie, which opens Friday, Sienna Miller (Stardust) plays Ana, better known as the butt-kicking, duplicitous baddie the Baroness. Rachel Nichols (Star Trek, Alias) is one of the protagonists, Scarlett, who's both book-brilliant and a martial-arts master. They fight everyone and anyone and, of course, each other.
"That's what really appealed to me about the script, was the fact these women hold their own," Miller said in an exclusive joint interview with Nichols on Saturday in New York. "I imagined, like [many people will], that they'd probably just be the eye candy, and instead they're fully developed, they both have arcs. They're strong, and they're good fighters."
Nichols nodded in agreement. "Yeah, we can play with the boys," she said. "We can go toe to toe with them. We can prove that G.I. Joe is not just for boys, obviously. That was great. It's always nice to see [that]."
Ever want to race to use the bathroom during Movie?
Have you ever had to go use the bathroom so bad during a movie. But didn't want to leave for the pure fact that you might miss a great scene? Have you ever Get to the movies late and didn't get a chance to use the restroom. Don't worry there is a Great site for you. Thanks to Hammer a Huge Fan of the site sent me an email today letting me know about this great site. runpee.com
When you go to the rest room during a movie you always your friends ask "What happened?" or "Did I miss the huge Explosion?"
This site is your answer to when you should run to the bathroom during a movie if you have a small bladder. The site will tell you when to go and what you missed during that time.
The site also has an iPhone app that you all can buy for you phones. More apps right.
So next time your at the movies make sure to check this site out before you go.
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Steve Spielberg is going to Direct Remake of Harvey.
Havrvey was Made into a Movie in 1950 Staring James Stewart and a classic Stage Hit.
The classic stage hit gets the Hollywood treatment in the story of Elwood P. Dowd who makes friends with a spirit taking the form of a human-sized rabbit named Harvey that only he sees (and a few privileged others on occasion also.) After his sister tries to commit him to a mental institution, a comedy of errors ensues. Elwood and Harvey become the catalysts for a family mending its wounds and for romance blossoming in unexpected places. Written by Mary Chase
A press release from Spielberg
“I am very happy to be working again with my friend Tom Rothman who shepherded us through ‘Minority Report,’ and with Elizabeth and Carla, who I’m looking forward to collaborating with,” said Spielberg. “DreamWorks has experienced a creative and profitable relationship with Twentieth Century Fox in the past, and I look forward to renewing that time together.” Read more...
Jeremy Renner Going to be the Next Mad Max?
I sure hope so. He is a Great actor and with his acting in the New movie Hurt Locker and the Oscar Buzz for him. I think that he would be the Best choice.
Q: What attracted you to the role and script?
A: It was a complicated role. Everybody asks me, what makes that guy do his job? That to me was someplace I could go to understand somebody. Who does that kind of job? That made me really curious. It's one of the best written antiheroes I've read in 10 years. I was fortunate enough to play him.
Q: How did you get into the mind-set of a guy whose job it is to not get blown up?
A: I got to train and spend time in the bomb suit with EOD techs. Some of these guys have done four tours, were going back for another tour, were just starting. So I got to pick their brains. They were very gracious and giving with time.
What I love about the film is that people will all take something different from it. That's what I dig about it. Good cinema doesn't tell you what to think or how to think. But it certainly encourages you to think and feel something. I could tell you what I think the character is about, but the right answer is what the audience thinks.
Q: How was it working with director Kathryn Bigelow? Were you a fan of her work before?
A: Yeah, I was. I had seen probably five of her films prior. When I got the script, I was very excited to hear that she was fighting for me to do the film. I was in London shooting "28 Weeks Later" at the time and the producer gave it to me and said Kathryn was a fan of mine because of "Dahmer."
Q: How were conditions? Was it physically challenging?
A: Yeah, the shooting conditions were tough for everyone. ... It wasn't like there was a trailer to go back to and eat green M&Ms. Everything -- the flies, the sweat, the redness -- was real. There is no makeup in this movie; no acting in this movie. It's only reacting because of how Kathryn set up the shots.
Q: You'll be here Friday for the première. What does it mean to you to be able to screen the movie in your hometown?
A: It's really important for me to come back. I am curious to see what the audience in Modesto thinks. I'm really glad I'm getting a chance to bring it to the hometown.
Q: Does the excitement around "The Hurt Locker" take the sting out of "The Unusuals" being canceled?
A: Well, I was already feeling the momentum on "The Hurt Locker" when they were deciding if the show was going to go or not. I would have been happy if (the show) came back; it was a great series and cast.
But I am much happier to be in film. I think the quality of TV is great, but it doesn't fulfill me as an artist. It's not as creative or collaborative as I'd like it to be and just can get a little stifling. But that's just me. I've definitely always been a film guy.
Q: What is next for you?
A: I'm off to Boston on Aug. 19 for a film Ben Affleck is directing called "The Town." It's based on the novel "Prince of Thieves" about a group of career bank robbers. One of the robbers falls in love with a girl we rob. So it's a great crime thriller and romance. It's a lot of fun.
I'm a robber. Ben will direct and star. It also has Rebecca Hall ("Vicky Cristina Barcelona"), Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), and Blake Lively ("Gossip Girl") plays my sister.
I'm also fighting to do the new Mad Max film with George Miller. That might be next summer. I'm screen-testing and meeting George Miller.
Q: Are you also clearing space on your calendar for March 7, 2010, the date of next year's Oscars?
A: (Laughs.) It's hard to think that far ahead.
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