Sunday, September 21, 2008
2. Battle in Seattle
3. Good Dick
4. A Shark Ate Me!!!
5. Guy Ritchie (Snatch) is doing a Sherlock Holmes based of a new comic book. Robert Downey jr and mark strong are signed on, Jude Law is looking to be Watson.
6. There is a new show coming to ABC, Called Flash Forward. Its follows The Events after the entire world blacks out for 2 minutes and 17 seconds. Sounds Crazy, but will probably be good. Who new a show about a crashed passenger plane would rule so hard?
7. Apparently Alan Moore hates Hollywood and DC and Marvel anything to do with movies let alone comic movies. i just read up on it and man that guy is weird. The Watchmen, FOX legal issues are tickling his fancy.
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
2. I'm Fine Today
3. Fear Before Doesn't Listen To People Who Don't Like Them
4. Get Your Life Together
6. Everything's Not Shitty
8. Bad Days
9. Stay Weird
10. Review Our Lives (Epic)
“No one has talked to me about it ever — never,” replied Hoffman. “It happened, like, five years ago, too. It was a rumor back then and it’s still a rumor. [laughs] It’s just in the press. It’s funny.”
To further cement this issue, Hoffman added that he’d never met Nolan (”Maybe I did or met him in passing?”), and that his interest in comic book movies is purely on a fan level, and he intended to keep it that way.
“I’m such a fan of those movies,” related Hoffman. “Comic book movies in general I look forward to — I am a real cheerleader for them. I want them to do well because those are terrific stories. As a kid I was a big comic book collector. What [Nolan]’s doing is taking it in a whole other exciting great place. I’m more a fan, so the interest of being in it isn’t that great. It’s more the interest in wanting to see the next one. It’s probably better that way.”
When further pressed for his level of interest in the role if Warner Bros. approached him about the role, Hoffman said, “I don’t know. I think I’m more interested in seeing someone else do it. I don’t know if I’d be a good Penguin to be quite honest. [laughs]”
[taken from MTV splash page]
Kevin Eastman's much-discussed rumor of a live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles may have been quickly shot down last week, but that's not the end of this story.
TMNT co-creator and owner Peter Laird has confirmed to MTV News that he is close to a deal for a live-action/CGI hybrid "TMNT" feature film, and that he'd like to get "TMNT" voice actors Chris Evans and Sarah Michelle Gellar back..."but this time in the flesh."
this makes me sad becuase i dont want to see sarah michelle gellar as april oniel EVER, she is not a good face for the part. Chris evans on the other hand i have no problem with (GO WATCH LONDON), so go for it dude, although id rather see an older casey jones. and they better bring back ernie reyes jr (KENO!) and corey feldman could always use work so he should voice again.
zack and miri explicit trailer
dont know what but i gotta see it
also i want to see CHOKE
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Yes, it is true. Although the CGI film did well enough to warrent a sequel, there has been much talk between Imagi and Warners to do a better "re-invention" (newest Hollywood buzzword) of the TMNT's, in a live action film--like what was done with Batman. Back to basics, back to the origin and the intro of the Shredder, etc...there have been talks, trips to Northampton to talk to Mr Laird, and discussions with the original "first" TMNT film director Steve Barron to come back and do it right--but no official word yet...will keep you posted. Best, Kevin
The CG-animated movie TMNT, which was released in March of 2007, earned $95 million worldwide compared to its $34 million budget.