According to The Los Angeles Times 24 Frames blog, director Robert Rodriguez and Twentieth Century Fox may be negotiating a deal. “There’s no deal yet, and the sides need to agree on a number of key points, but it’s moved beyond the casual discussion stage and into the more substantive realm of deal points,” writes the Times’ Steve Zeitchik. While this is still in the rumor stage, we’ll keep a close eye on it.
Release date: TBA
Latino Review has a number of video interviews with the cast and crew of the film. Meanwhile, Pietro Filipponi at Comic Book Movie hears Krona may appear in the movie. “Several streets will be completely closed off to allow room for an Earth-based scene involving the fear entity Parallax and Krona,” he writes. Now, why Krona may show up helping Parallax is unknown.
Starring Ryan Reynolds, release date: June 17th, 2011
Collider has a video interview with Maggie Q in which she discusses the upcoming vampire flick and her take on “Nikita.”
Release date: May 13th, 2011
Marvel’s Kevin Feige tells MTV News why Joss Whedon is the right director for the film:
Release date: May 4th, 2012
MTV News also asked Jeff Bridges about reprising Clu — a younger version of himself — for the film:
Starring Jeff Bridges, release date: December 17th, 2010
According to Superhero Hype, the film will be begin shooting in December here in Los Angeles. I expect lots of spy shots, people. The article also mentions “Men in Black III” will being shooting in September in New York.
Release date: May 28th, 2012
NO ORDINARY FAMILY
Greg Berlanti tells Collider about the new show, suggesting there may be more to the origins of the family’s powers than will be revealed in the pilot. “We were just going through ways for how we could begin it and we wanted a lot of mystery to it. As time goes on, we show that maybe the crash wasn’t totally responsible. It seemed like a great trope to play with,” he says.
According to Blastr, the show is prepared to counter some of the corners “Heroes” painted itself into. “This is really more of a procedural,” says NBC’s Angela Bromstad. “This was the show runner’s vision of the show and I think that he probably saw this more as a comic book and more that this is the way he wanted to tell the story. I think he did want to avoid some of the issues on ‘Lost’ and ‘Heroes’. I think it’s a fair thing, and I think he definitely wanted to do that.”
Kyrptonsite has learned the 200th episode, “Homecoming,” will be directed by Jeannot Szwarc. He also directed the feature films, “Supergirl”, “Santa Claus: The Movie”, and “Jaws 2”, amongst others.
Returns: September 24th, 2010
AND SO WE RETURN AND BEGIN AGAIN
After a good twelve hours of sleep last night, I think I’m read to take on the world again. Soon, I’ll have more interviews from the cast and crew of “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” and more. With Comic-Con finally behind us, (though there are still a couple of articles about that left to post), it’s time to look forward to a season of adventure! Meanwhile, if any of you in the great, wide Internet discover something awesome, disheartening, or just plain weird, let us know! Take credit, come up with a clever nickname, or go anonymous. The choice is yours. Fresh rumors and movie news every weekday morning. I am Erik Amaya, ready for the future threat of the days ahead.