THE LOSERS: Trailer And Promo Pic

January 31, 2010

There are two tales of soldiers of fortune on the run from the government coming to multiplexes later this year. The better known project is the adaptation of the 80s actions series The A-Team, but [click for more]

New Releases: January 29

January 28, 2010

1. Edge Of Darkness (Warner Brothers, 3,066 Theaters, 117 Minutes, Rated R): Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the attempted comeback of Mel Gibson. I say attempted because, really, it should be really hard to come [click for more]

GREEN LANTERN Concept Art Leaks

January 28, 2010

Pre-production for Warner Brothers’ superhero film Green Lantern continues to move forward. Variety has reported that Sony Pictures Imageworks, who have worked on Watchmen, Superman Returns and Sony’ Spider-Man franchise, have been brought aboard the [click for more]

Weird Al Gearing Up For Second Film

January 27, 2010

Earlier this week, Cartoon Network announced a production deal with pop culture satirist “Weird Al” Yankovic. In a post on his blog, Al explained that the deal calls for him to develop for the cable [click for more]

‘Glee’ Star Sells Screenplay

January 26, 2010

They sing. They dance. And evidently, one of those crazy, talented high school kids on Fox’s popular freshman series Glee can now add screenwriter to her list of talents. Dianna Agron, who plays the dimwitted [click for more]

Two New AIRBENDER Posters

January 25, 2010

So I’ve never watched an episode of the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender, but it seems to have its fans who have been vocal about every little bit of information that has leaked out [click for more]

Trailer: Alex Cox’s REPO CHICK

January 25, 2010

Is Repo Chick a sequel from director Alex Cox to his 1984 punk cult classic Repo Man? Not officially, as Universal Studios tried to point out to Cox when they filed a cease-and-desist after the [click for more]

In Development- GREMLINS in 3D?

January 25, 2010

If there is one craze in Hollywood right now that has surpassed reviving old franchises, it is burning desire to film every new feature in 3D. Now, according to a report from MarketSaw, it looks [click for more]

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