X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE
The film’s debut draws ever closer, and the publicity blitz is unrelenting. How so? Well, when you find an extended clip on the Papa John’s website (if you have Windows Media Player, you can click this direct link), well, you know things are getting big.
Directed by Gavin Hood, release date May 1, 2009.
You read it right — according to the Hollywood Reporter, “Pooh’s Heffalump Movie” writer Evan Spilliotopoulos has been hired to write the sequel for the Mark Millar blockbuster. The sequel is based on a story by Chris Morgan. Marc E. Platt and Jim Lemley are producing with Timur Bekmambetov, who directed the first film and is attached to helm the sequel.
No release date announced.
THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD
CBR News has clips and pics from the next new episode.
Next episode: “Night of the Huntress,” May 1, 2009.
G.I. JOE: RESOLUTE
You have got to check out the new trailer for the animated, Warren Ellis-penned adventures of the real American hero.
Debuts online today at G.I. Joe Resolute.
Australian publication the Mt. Druitt Standard s that New South Wales premier Nathan Rees has confirmed that Warner Bros. Pictures will shoot the Martin Campbell-helmed film down under.
Release date: December 10, 2010.
SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD
Does this photo from director Edgar Wright look familiar? Maybe? Hm.
Starring Michael Cera and Brandon Routh, release date: 2010.
GREATEST AMERICAN HERO
The movie’s not happening, according to an article at Moviehole talking to the man who was being sized up for a super suit. Actor Eric Christian Olsen was signed to play Ralph Hinkley, but the film’s financing fell apart. “I went in for it right after Fired Up,” Olsen said. “They were like ‘This is our guy’ but they didn’t have financing in place. But yeah, I booked it — but because the budget was so huge they couldn’t get the money.”
Absolutely no release date announced.
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