Monthly Archives: September 2010

Ed Hulks Out

Whenever I hear “creative differences,” I’m dead certain there’s something else going on. Some of the time I may be wrong, but most of the time, I’m right. Stuart Townshend’s “creative differences” for Lord of the Rings? He looked too … Continue reading

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Russell’s Iron Fist

I really know nothing about rap/hip-hop/urban music, but I do know of the Wu-Tang Clan and their love of king-fu movies. I’d read previously about RZA’s plans for a kung fu movie entitled The Man with the Iron Fist, and … Continue reading

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Emotionally Filthy, oh that Deadpool!

Ryan Reynolds has been talking about the proposed Deadpool movie, and he’s actually given me hope. Not hope that will actually see this movie, about which I have my doubts, but hope that should this movie force its way into … Continue reading

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MGM Off Life Support?

Rumours are afoot that Spyglass Entertainment’s work to clear up MGM’s debt (and, I would assume, takeover the company) means that both the Hobbit and the next Bond movie will begin production next week. Sir Ian McKellan has mentioned in … Continue reading

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Truly Lying TV

What do you think about seeing the Tasker family on the screen, doing all kinds of spy type stuff? That could become a reality as James Cameron is looking at creating a TV series based on his movie True Lies. … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Spirit of Apathy Rides Again!

There is a plot synopsis for Ghost Rider 2 available from an Italian website, which SyFy’s blog “Blastr” has translated using Google. First, I was not impressed with Ghost Rider. Second, a sequel is entirely unnecessary, though a re-boot might … Continue reading

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Jock’s Dune

I don’t know if it a sad or happy . . . or indifferent turn of events, but Peter Berg is off the Dune buggy. Sorry about that one. Anyway . . . Pierre Morel is now slated to direct … Continue reading

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Like the Incredibles . . . but Strange

I have to admit to a certain amount of affection for Marvel’s Doctor Strange. I kind of dug, in a totally pre-teen way, the Doctor Strange television movie from way back when dinosaurs walked the Earth. Now, there is talk … Continue reading

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Hawkeye and Gretel

The movie’s working title says it all: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola, who directed the Nazi zombie tale Dead Snow, is bringing us Hansel and Gretel on film, 15 years after the gingerbread house “incident” and … Continue reading

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Bond. Super Clint Bond

In an interview, Clint Eastwood has said that he was offered the roles of Superman and James Bond. Apparently, the Superman offer was when the idea was first surfacing, so it would have been well before Christopher Reeves involvement. The … Continue reading

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