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The Rock and Brett Ratner Started Filming Hercules Today

It’s a pretty common occurrence that be studios have similar properties. Sometimes even the same property. It’s not uncommon for public domain characters with name recognition to be snapped up by multiple studios at once. Currently there are about five different Frankenstein films in various stages of production. Well, today’s story centers on Hercules. There are two different Hercules films that are nearing production. The first is still in pre-production […]


Top Gun 2 Still Happening?

After the unfortunately untimely demise of famed director Tony Scott many completely gave up hope of ever seeing a sequel to the Tom Cruise starring film titled Top Gun. The incarnation of the project that fell apart when Scott passed away was purportedly centered around the adrenaline fueled lives of Drone pilots. Well, apparently the project hasn’t completely fallen apart. Jerry Bruckheimer was recently asked about the future of the […]


Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine Showcases The Writer/Director’s Trademark Wit

Well, it looks like Woody Allen has done it again. Most directors are lucky if they enjoy half the success that Woody has. Most directors don’t even dream of attempting half of what Mr Allen has accomplished. His new film Blue Jasmine would appear to be yet another interesting entry into the man’s catalogue.   The film centers on a well-to-do woman who is swindled out of all her money […]


Sam Jackson Reads ‘I Am The One Who Knocks’ Monologue

Sam Jackson is cool. He’s basically made his whole career on being cool. Well, that and yelling at people. Well, about a week ago Sam Jackson did an AMA, (Ask Me Anything), of sorts on Reddit. But in Jackson’s trademark fashion he did it with a twist. He had this to say: “It’s simple, write 300 words and the most upvoted post I’ll read out loud in monologue form. I’m […]


Henry Cavill To Be The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Just as quickly as Tom Cruise exits the long gestating Man From U.N.C.L.E. big screen redo, Henry Cavill becomes attached. Riding high off of his buzz from the impressive looking Man of Steel, Cavill has signed on to play the part of Napoleon Solo with the already attached Armie Hammer. The new franchise will be based on the old cult spy TV show of the same name and directed by […]


Rodriguez, Orci, and Kurtzman Team Up for ‘Latino James Bond’

Robert Rodriguez is partnering with Univision to start a television network. We’ve already heard about the proposed From Dusk Till Dawn television show that’s in the works and now we’re getting more details on some more of the networks programming. Deadline is reporting that Rodriquez is teaming up with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman to produce a ‘Latino James Bond’ style show. Orci is scripting the pilot and Rodriquez is […]


New X-men: Days of Future Past Casting Rumors

        As production rumbles forward on X-men: Days of Future past rumbles forward we have some new rumors and new set photos released. Below is a photo of Michael Fasbender as Erik Lensher aka Magneto. One would assume that he’s flying. But I’m hoping that he’s going to be working as a dolly technician to pay the rent on the Brotherhood of Evil Mutant’s massive lair. Only […]


The Donald Haire Diaries #1

Driving back from Venice, CA. sucks. Plain and simple. I’ve got to find a Molly dealer who lives closer to me. I’m so sick of driving all the way from my nook in Reseda to get my stash of MDMA for the week. Or few days, as the case may be. Yes I love MDMA. As in tons. As in “life is bearable only when I can quiet my rapacious […]


Star Trek Into Darkness References Explained

Many people have been confused/attempting to decipher the references within Into Darkness. Here’s a video that will help you decode the many references layered within the film.     The reviewer has a very specific point of view about both Trek and this film. This video may not be for everyone but the video definitely has some neat points that I didn’t even catch.


First Look at Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice

Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest picture, The Master, might not have been universally heralded as a masterpiece like his previous works but that’s not slowing him down. PTA is currently deep in filming his adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. Anderson is pulling together a massively star studded cast, as he usually does, with Joaquin Phoenix playing the lead role of Doc Sportello, a drug addled detective. The cast also includes […]


Bond News Galore

Purportedly EON has locked down director Sam Mendes for both Bond 24 and 25. Supposedly, the films will be shot back to back. No word yet about if the stories will be connected but I don’t think that it’d be unreasonable to assert so.  This is big news for Bond fans. This is the perfect direction to take the franchise. Many would claim that letting Martin Campbell leave after Goldeneye […]


Oblivion (Film Review)

There are many words that one could use to describe Joseph Kosinski’s sophomore slump. Pedantic, pedestrian, and plebeian are just a few. Oblivion’s cinematography is gorgeous. And that’s really the only positive thing the film has going for it. There are so many areas in which the film could have been really fun but just ended up being a stale facsimile of its obvious influences. The film forces on Tom […]

Will Smith

No More Men In Black for Will Smith

Well, it looks like Men in Black may need to find a new leading man. Will Smith has gone on record saying that he’s not planning on coming back. “I think three is enough for me. Three of anything is enough for me. We’ll look at it and we’ll consider it, but it feels like that it might be time to let someone else do that” Here’s hoping that take […]


Star Trek Into Darkness

Into Darkness is the film that Trek fans have been waiting years to see. With the resounding success that Abram’s Star Trek was, many assumed that a sequel would be rushed into theatres. But Abrams opted to take the time to really create the sequel that the fans and movie going public deserved.   How does Into Darkness compare to it’s eleven predecessors? Well, it’s no Nemesis. You can breathe […]


Evil Dead (Film Review)

When it was announced that there would be an Evil Dead reboot I lost my mind. There’s no franchise as timeless and perfect as the Evil Dead Trilogy. I was so upset I refused to even read anything about the pre-production, production, or release. I completely missed that Sam Raimi had come onboard as producer along with Bruce Campbell. I assumed that the film would be a crappy Platinum Dunes-esque […]

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