July 14, 2009

Todd Phillps Has A DUE DATE With Zach Galifianakis

After his huge success in “The Hangover,” Zach Galifianakis is set to reunite with director Todd Phillips in “Due Date” in addition to the already ordered sequel to “Hangover.” Busy man. Galifianakis will play one of the two leads in “Due Date,” an Alan R. Cohen and Alan Freedland script that was revised by Adam […]

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July 11, 2009


CollegeHumor makes an interesting argument in the debate over the originality of “The Hangover” in respect to “Dude, Where’s My Car?” Sure, there’s a lot of overlap here and as much as I enjoyed “Dude” I think I’d still pick “Hangover” for a “worth watching again” winner. What about you? Watch “Dude, Where’s My Hangover?” […]

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June 26, 2009

Zack Snyder Talks 301; 300 Sequel

Okay, it probably won’t be called “301,” but Frank Miller is working away on a sequel to “300,” so says the director of the original, Zack Snyder. “I know for a fact that Frank [Miller] is writing right now,” says Snyder, who explains that the plan is for Miller to create the story as a […]

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June 23, 2009

Michael Bay Whines For Paramount’s Attention

I’m no fan of Michael Bay and his “movies.” When he’s not behind the camera he seems to spend a lot of his time at the keyboard. Mostly at his keyboard whining, like with this whiny complaint letter sent last month to Paramount for its perceived indifference to his upcoming “Transformers 2” which releases on […]

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June 12, 2009

20th Century Fox Not Happy On ALIEN Prequel Director

Sigh. We were making such great progress on the “Alien” prequel, but with Fox involved this latest news should come as no surprise. Ridley Scott and Tony Scott had lined up Carl Erik Rinsch to direct the “Alien 0” prequel but apparently things weren’t quite so confirmed as I was led to believe. EW has […]

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June 8, 2009

John Stamos Wants FULL HOUSE Movie

John Stamos must be losing his mind. The former “Uncle Jesse” has a big, terrible vision for bringing his 80’s television comedy series, “Full House,” to the big screen: John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the show from 1987 to 1995, says he’s “working on a movie idea.” “It wouldn’t be us playing us,” […]

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June 4, 2009

Breaking: KILL BILL Actor David Carradine Dead

Details are emerging that David Carradine, the star of “Kung Fu” and recently Tarantino’s “Kill Bill,” was found dead in Bangkok today. It is rumored that Carradine, age 72, may have committed suicide. A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy, Michael Turner, confirmed the death of the 72-year-old actor. He says Carradine died either late Wednesday […]

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June 2, 2009

Tony Scott Confirms ALIEN Prequel Plans

Collider snagged a few minutes with Tony Scott over the weekend and was able to confirm that yes, the next “Alien” project will be a prequel and Carl Rinsch is attached: Collider: 20th Century Fox is talking about remaking or redoing the original Alien. What’s going on with that? Tony Scott: Yes, Carl Rinsch is […]

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June 2, 2009

BIOSHOCK: Gore Verbinski Might Be Out

Damn the economy. After learning in April that “Bioshock” was put on hold due to financial crunches at Universal we’re now hearing from director Gore Verbinski that he might not even be able to helm the flick: “The bottom line is it has to shoot out of the States for budget reasons and my schedule […]

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May 29, 2009

ALIEN Prequel Moving Forward, Director Attached

Looks like the “Alien” prequel/reboot rumors were accurate. 20th Century Fox along with the involvement of the original “Alien” director, Ridley Scott, is moving forward with their plans to go back to the facehugger storyline with either an origins story or a remake of the original. I loved the original so I’m hoping for an […]

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