Some more possible casting news has come in for District 9 director Neill Blomkamp's latest film, Elysium, and we've got the details for you right here with a side of lime.
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Looking forward to the next effort from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp? Good. Continue to look forward. Way forward even. Like over a year kind of forward. Sigh.
Details about District 9 director Neill Blomkamp's next film Elysium have been shrouded in secrecy and we love all the mystery. However, if you keep your eyes peeled and know where to look you may just come up with something. Case in point, Jodie Foster's Beaver.
And the veil has been lifted a bit further on District 9 director Neill Blomkamp's next film Elysium. Yet another great actor has joined the cast. One who knows all about driving angry and then some.
Few current projects have been veiled in as much secrecy as Neill Blomkamp's Elysium - and that's a great thing. That's not stopping us from snapping another piece of the casting puzzle firmly into place, however.
Neill Blomkamp's follow-up to the hit District 9 finally has a home. Sony Pictures has landed the distro rights, and that spells good news for those of us dying to see the flick now known as Elysium. But wait ... there's more!
Though he hasn't even begun shopping it to the studios yet, Neill Blomkamp is getting a lot of star power in line for his follow-up to the hit District 9. Next up - an actress who literally drives men wild!
Curiosity abounds concerning District 9 director Neill Blomkamp's next project Elysium. Does it have anything to do with that weird viral video? Will it continue the themes set up by District 9? The only thing we know for certain is that casting is looking good! Speaking of which ...
Ever since District 9 debuted, we've been keeping a really close eye on director Neill Blomkamp. The guy knows how to create otherworldly terror with the best of them, and we can't wait to see what he cooks up next.
If science and movies have taught us one thing, it's that gene-splicing and playing God is never a good thing. Man isn't meant to have the power to create new life forms, and even if we can, it doesn't mean that we should. No good could possibly come from doing so. But luckily for us a whole lot of horror can!
Were you a fan of Neill Blomkamp's District 9? If so you'll want to check out The Art of District 9: Weta Workshop, which just became available for pre-order and illustrates the guns, the aliens, the vehicles, the graphic language - the whole world of District 9 that was designed and developed at Weta Workshop.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for its 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning, and while the horror genre was mostly absent from the theatrical categories, it was pretty well represented on the small screen.
Just the other day we got ahold of the artwork and specs for the December 29th DVD and Blu-ray release of District 9 (see them here). But one item was missing from the story: The Blu-ray will include a playable demo of the PlayStation 3 game God of War III, which comes out in 2010.