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Previous Movies of the Week:
April 25th 2010 - Kick Ass
May 2nd 2010 - Toy Story 3
May 9th 2010 - Jennifer's Body
May 16th 2010 - Drive Thru
May 23rd 2010 - Let Me In

 

fuckyeahjohnajvidelindqvist:


Let Me In/Let The Right One In comparison.

actually this isn’t quite right, The Let Me In screenshot looks to be from when Oskar first shows Eli the rubik’s cube and is almost a mirror image of the same scene in the orginal film. Yet it’s not a remake. Of course.

So true.

fuckyeahjohnajvidelindqvist:

Let Me In/Let The Right One In comparison.

actually this isn’t quite right, The Let Me In screenshot looks to be from when Oskar first shows Eli the rubik’s cube and is almost a mirror image of the same scene in the orginal film. Yet it’s not a remake. Of course.

So true.

mewareevil:

I don’t like Hollywood remake, but this one is an exception. The cast and the director really attract me. The fiction Låt Den Rätte Komma In contains some abnormal descriptions which didn’t show much in its first adaption (the Swedish film). I hope this remake is based more on the fiction and less on the Swedish film.

I very much doubt that when they have Hit Girl playing Eli oh I mean Abby. Chloe Moretz is a good actress but she doesn’t suit the character besides it’s obvious they are going more towards the film adaption since they have Eli ( Abby ) as a girl. *shakes head* Just gonna be bad man.

mewareevil:

I don’t like Hollywood remake, but this one is an exception. The cast and the director really attract me. The fiction Låt Den Rätte Komma In contains some abnormal descriptions which didn’t show much in its first adaption (the Swedish film). I hope this remake is based more on the fiction and less on the Swedish film.

I very much doubt that when they have Hit Girl playing Eli oh I mean Abby. Chloe Moretz is a good actress but she doesn’t suit the character besides it’s obvious they are going more towards the film adaption since they have Eli ( Abby ) as a girl. *shakes head* Just gonna be bad man.

naruwiskers:

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.Why is this necessary? Why is a remake of one of my favourite movies/books of all time necessary? WHYYYYY.Sure, chick who plays Hitgirl from KickAss is going to be in it, but I don’t really give a shit, because she was awesome as Hitgirl, and that is it.The only reason the American film industry is doing a remake is because everyone seems to love the vampire fad at the moment. Remaking this amazing Swedish film that was originally a book (I have read the book and seen the Swedish movie in subs) won’t require them to put in any effort whatsoever. The wonderful storyline is already there, all they have to to is Americanise it, stick in some Edward/Bella characters, actually rename the characters (yes, they renamed the original characters. They have gone from Oskar and Eli to Owen and Abby. Bullshit)So now a tonne of people are going to go and see this movie in October, (they will all be Tw*light fans) thinking that it will be some cute and innocent vampire movie for kids that will probably be made PG13.Everyone should read Let The Right One In. It is one of my favourite books of all time. It contains a phaeodophile, a child-trafficing scene, gore, rape, friendship, homosexuality, bullying, hate, anger, love, and everything else that makes this book amazing and moving.I recomend it to everyone. So this people, is the reason why I have no respect for the American film industry. because if something is good on its own, they can’t leave it alone. It must be re-made, changed and Americanised as much as possible, so they can go home happy with all the money they’ve made from what used to be a masterpiece.I am fucking angry.Oh. And the two main characters are both meant to be male, by the way.

I love you Naru, it makes me sad that you are sad.

naruwiskers:

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
Why is this necessary? Why is a remake of one of my favourite movies/books of all time necessary? WHYYYYY.
Sure, chick who plays Hitgirl from KickAss is going to be in it, but I don’t really give a shit, because she was awesome as Hitgirl, and that is it.
The only reason the American film industry is doing a remake is because everyone seems to love the vampire fad at the moment. Remaking this amazing Swedish film that was originally a book (I have read the book and seen the Swedish movie in subs) won’t require them to put in any effort whatsoever. The wonderful storyline is already there, all they have to to is Americanise it, stick in some Edward/Bella characters, actually rename the characters (yes, they renamed the original characters. They have gone from Oskar and Eli to Owen and Abby. Bullshit)
So now a tonne of people are going to go and see this movie in October, (they will all be Tw*light fans) thinking that it will be some cute and innocent vampire movie for kids that will probably be made PG13.
Everyone should read Let The Right One In. It is one of my favourite books of all time. It contains a phaeodophile, a child-trafficing scene, gore, rape, friendship, homosexuality, bullying, hate, anger, love, and everything else that makes this book amazing and moving.
I recomend it to everyone.
So this people, is the reason why I have no respect for the American film industry. because if something is good on its own, they can’t leave it alone. It must be re-made, changed and Americanised as much as possible, so they can go home happy with all the money they’ve made from what used to be a masterpiece.
I am fucking angry.
Oh. And the two main characters are both meant to be male, by the way.

I love you Naru, it makes me sad that you are sad.

Why in the name of all that is good in this world is there going to be a Paranormal Activity 2?

narcissistmasochist:

secondstar05:

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lmfao what if it’s like the blair with 2. who the hell makes a movie type sequel to a mock-umetary? ridiculous lol

 Haha. I know. Makes no sense, is just dumb.

fuckmemeganfoxxx:

According to reports regarding the third part in the trilogy of Transformers franchise, it seems Megan Fox has been dropped off or kicked out in the list of cast. Well that’s a good news! Bumble Bee is much better to stay than Megan Fox.
Michael Bay was also agreed on this, as Megan Fox was considered as a ‘bad actress we are glad to see that we will never see her in Transformers 3’.
SOURCE.

fuckmemeganfoxxx:

According to reports regarding the third part in the trilogy of Transformers franchise, it seems Megan Fox has been dropped off or kicked out in the list of cast. Well that’s a good news! Bumble Bee is much better to stay than Megan Fox.

Michael Bay was also agreed on this, as Megan Fox was considered as a ‘bad actress we are glad to see that we will never see her in Transformers 3’.

SOURCE.

Pirates 4 in 3D?

Hands up anyone who thought Disney might actually make Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides in 2D. Crazy fools! With Alice In Wonderland’s 3D-boosted box office success, it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that the studio would want to get the latest voyage of their action adventure mega franchise released in what they like to call Disney Digital 3D.

At least the decision has been made before the film actually starts filming: it means that director Rob Marshall and his crew can incorporate the technology into their shots and not end up faced with a last-minute conversion job like Clash Of The Titans.

On Stranger Tides will see Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow questing for the legendary Fountain of Youth. He’ll encounter trouble with Blackbeard (Ian McShane) and may find some romance with the villain’s daughter (Penelope Cruz).

And despite the seemingly late announcement of a 3D shoot, the movie’s apparently still on course to dock in cinemas May 19, 2011. 

James White

Oh god. Not another 3Disaster.

New Eclipse Clip

So. Exciting. The release date for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is drawing ever-closer, and here’s another clip from the film to give you a taste of what’s in store from this instalment’s director, David Slade. And for a wonder, this scene does not feature any star-cross’d lovers, although there’s still a bit of brooding from Dakota Fanning’s Jane and her contingent of Volturi vampire enforcers.

In a scene that’s been added to the book, we see Jane and the Volturi keeping an eye on the army of super-strong “newborn” vampires created by Victoria (Bryce Dallas Howard, taking over from Rachel Lefevre) to get her revenge on Edward and Bella (Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart). Will the Volturi step in and use their abilities to stop these newcomers? Well, probably not, given what we’ve already seen in the Eclipse trailer, but at this point in the film they’re clearly still considering the question.

Oh, and those of you who missed New Moon will get a chance here to see Jane’s superpower in action here: like most of the Cullen family and Volturi, she has a special ability beyond the usual vampire gifts. In her case, she’s able to cause pain with a simple thought - hence the reaction of Daniel Cudmore’s Felix here. Just in case you thought he was doing some sort of yoga.

Eclipse is out here on July 9, at which point everything will become clear, or rather remain overcast and cloudy but terribly, terribly photogenic.

filmfun:

New Splice poster —
Two young scientists, defy the law and splice together human & animal DNA to create something… new. 
Cast: Adrien Brody & Sarah Polley. 
Trailer here. 
Theaters June 4

filmfun:

New Splice poster

Two young scientists, defy the law and splice together human & animal DNA to create something… new. 

Cast: Adrien Brody & Sarah Polley

Trailer here

Theaters June 4

The Crazies Trailer. I do not own.

anungunrama:

Funny.

I’m starting to think this movie will be funny…

anungunrama:

Funny.

I’m starting to think this movie will be funny…

slang king: 50 Greatest Comic Book Characters

These are the top 50, according to Empire magazine

50 Spawn
49 Captian Haddock
48 Harvey Pekar
47 Apollo and The Midnighter
46 J Jonah Jameson
45 Deadpool
44 Jenny Sparks
43 Astro Boy
42 The Saint of Killers
41 Green Lantern
40 Scott Pilgrim
39 The Mekon
37 Daredevil
36 Agent Graves
35…

Thanks. :)

X-Men: First Class to Kick Ass?

Blimey… that was quick: No sooner was it reported that Matthew Vaughn was in the final stages of making a deal to direct X-Men: First Class for Fox, the studio has announced that he’s officially on board and that the film will be coming out in just over a year.

According to the Heat Vision Blog, the combination of Vaughn signing his name to the film and a recent rewrite of the script by Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz (who had done work on the Thor script for Marvel) convinced executives that the film could actually be made in time to arrive next year – June 3, to be exact.

With that accelerated schedule, Vaughn’s canny producer/director skills will be tested as he makes the biggest film of his career to date, but we’re hopeful that the man behind Kick-Ass can deliver.

Like the comic it’ll be based on, First Class will follow the early days of the X-Men, back when Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr were friends and worked together alongside some young mutants – some we’ve met later in life, some new – to deal with a dangerous threat. But the struggle opened a rift between the pair, leading to the battles we see in the X-movies.

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Robert Englund in Inkubus

He might not be the official owner of Freddy Krueger’s stripy jumper and knifed glove on screen any more, but Robert Englund is still picking demonic parts, signing on to indie horror pic Inkubus.

He’s part of an ensemble that includes William Forsythe, Joey Fatone, Mike Cerrone and Michelle Ray Smith.

Glenn Ciano is directing the film, which finds a small crew of officers manning the final shift at a soon-to-be-torn-down police station. But their last night in the place takes a turn for the hellish when Inkubus the demon walks in carrying a severed head, and starts to confess his many crimes, with a list of awful deeds dating back centuries.

The cast are already hard at work in Rhode Island, though there’s no word on when the final product will hit cinemas.

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X-Men: First Class

So, it’s official. Well, semi-official. Jane Goldman is writing X-Men: First Class.

Says who? Her husband, UK television celebrity Jonathan Ross, that’s who. Hot on the heels of a throwaway Twitter remark that his wife had booked a writing gig on a big blockbuster that would take her away from him for ten weeks, Ross did it again last night, saying “The wife is away writing X-Men 4, so I am off to bed with little Sweeney alone.”

Now, before you get your knickers in a twist and start planning for X-Men 4, we’re pretty sure that Ross meant X-Men: First Class, the prequel that will focus on the relationship between Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr, aka Magneto, and the founding of Xavier’s School For Gifted Youngsters. X-Men 4 is a whole different kettle of fish and isn’t quite at the starting grid yet.

Frankly, Goldman’s involvement has been expected ever since Matthew Vaughn took on the directing gig last week. After all, they wrote Stardust, The Debt and Kick-Ass together, and Vaughn has said many times that he can’t imagine writing screenplays without her. And, judging from their past collaborations, X-Men: First Class is in good hands. We wish Goldman well – and as for @Wossy, cheer up mate. Those ten weeks will fly by.

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