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Word has hit the internet that Sony Pictures will be screening the first ever footage from the RoboCop remake during the biggest geek dance on the planet... the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. Hopefully this won't end up in bloodshed like the 2010 pencil to the eye incident.
With the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park heading our way on April 5th, Universal Pictures has unveiled a pair of TV spots they're no doubt hoping will entice a new generation of moviegoers to seek it out.
Our friends over at Cine 1 have just nailed themselves the first look at the new one-sheet for the upcoming 3D re-release of Jurassic Park. Check it out here, and let us know if this conversion is on your must-see list!
Following up on yesterday's release of a new one-sheet for Universal Pictures' Jurassic Park 3D, we now have the trailer to go along with it. Even after two decades it's impossible to watch it without grinning from ear-to-ear!
And the casting news continues for Spike Lee's take on Chan-wook Park's cult favorite Oldboy. Who's next to land a gig in this tale of vengeance, hammers, and eating live squids (that scene still has us a bit queasy)? Read on for details.
Some quick casting news is coming in for Spike Lee's take on Chan-wook Park's cult favorite Oldboy. The LA Times is reporting that Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Hornsby have joined the production of the English language remake, which features Josh Brolin as the title character.
Alrighty, kids, it's time to add a little psycho to your life with this latest clip from Meeting Evil (review here). Check it out right here to see if it's enough to get you to attend or call in sick! Dig it!
A hero is only as good as his villain, and hopefully the new RoboCop will be taking on a force so nefarious that he'll have no choice but to paint the screen red. Or then again it'll probably be rated PG-13, in which case we'll be lucky to get one use of the F word.
Where is TMZ when you need them?!? Seriously, nobody caught that shit with a camera phone or something? Are there any reports on Cornish's condition? Taking a slug from a metal fist could be v... oh, you mean it's casting news? Damn it!
More top-shelf casting news has come in for MGM's RoboCop reboot, and it makes us yearn for a crossover "versus" flick along the lines of Shaft vs. RoboCop. In a perfect world! Read on for the latest regarding who'll be doing what in Jose Padilha's new take on the now classic 1987 flick.
In writer/director Chris Fisher's feature film Meeting Evil, we see what happens when an average guy named John (Luke Wilson) meets a deadly stranger named Ritchie (Samuel L. Jackson) who unleashes chaos and madness into John's world after one act of kindness goes awry.
While doing the press rounds for his upcoming thriller Vanishing on 7th Street, we got a chance to chat with director Brad Anderson about the status of some of his future projects also, and there are a few things that will pique the interest of you, dear readers.
A decent amount of talent has signed on for Chris Fisher's (S. Darko) adaptation of Thomas Berger's 1992 novel Meeting Evil, and we've got the info on who it is!
It seems like the subjects of Heaven and Hell have never been hotter! Yet another new flick is on the way featuring characters who must walk the line in between the varied realms of existence while getting into a bit of trouble along the way!