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Producer Michael Bay and director Jonathan Liebesman have reportedly found their first
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle to join Megan Fox in Alan Ritchson, the Hunger Games sequel star whose Abercrombie-model good looks have made him the ideal candidate to get covered in sensors and replaced with a CGI reptile.
According to Deadline, Ritchson will play Raphael, motion-capturing the part and assumedly also providing the voice of the character. On the former point, he apparently already has some experience mimicking Raphael’s moves, as his role in Catching Fire is said to involve his wielding knives, which is the same darn thing as a sai (source: my mom, after complaining about stepping on a small toy knife). And on the latter, it turns out he’s already something of a vocalist, too, as he previously made it through the first round on American Idol, where he noted that his name being “Alan” was close enough to “American” to mean he was fated to succeed. Could his wearing green considered any less prescient?
The Expendables 3, in this case!
On his Facebook page–which, incidentally, is headed by this weirdly-normal family portrait–Stallone has given an update on his variously haggard or tax-evasive dream cast of Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes, and Nicolas Cage. While Stallone is no longer mentioning Eastwood, he brings word that Cage is a lock under his usual “for hire; no questions asked” agreement. “We have confirmed Nicolas Cage, a master actor who gives a veneer intellectual group,” Stallone deadpanned, before adding to his garbled, seemingly-translated message, saying:
Hopefully we can realize to Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes and Mickey Rourke. That is the great mission of the producer. We will continue with the same narrative scheme, the agility and the frenzy, which are inherent to the saga. What will definitely be the last? I can not guarantee. In principle it would be two deliveries, but the affection of the people encouraged us to work on a third. I guess as long as we amused ourselves by offering fun and people, we can continue playing ‘The Expendables’. For now we are not as expendable as it should and as some critics want.
From JoBlo, here’s the first poster for Dredd, and–hey, come on, guys, who left Judge Dredd home alone all day without a light on again? And with no water in his bowl! It’s no wonder he’s so very grumpy.
What do you think Judge?
Question by : What did justin bieber say about the news saying he’s a 51 yr old pedophile?
I don’t love or hate justin bieber but why the fuck would people do such thing?
is that their method for getting views on their website?
Give your answer to this question below!
Though Bill Murray has long been the vocal detractor persistently flicking the ectoplasm of Ghostbusters 3 off his hands, now he’s the one encouraging Dan Aykroyd’s slime-filled pipe dream. What the hey?
Last we spoke of Ghostbusters 3, Aykroyd was discussing the possibility of moving forward on the sequel with a different actor playing Dr. Peter Venkman, with the vodka baron explaining, “[Murray's] position on the involvement in Ghostbusters 3 has been made clear.” But speaking to WGN (via), Murray recently referred to his participation in slightly more positive, ambiguous tones–albeit, sparingly so.
Asked if he was going to do another Ghostbusters, he said only, “Well, it’s a possibility,” then quickly moved on to promoting Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom. Was it a subtle, semantic hint of his nearing the project, or was it Bill Murray just saying whatever because he’s Bill Murray and what are you going to do about it? My instincts point toward the latter, but my instincts also would have said Bill Murray wouldn’t do a Garfield sequel, and yet there is A Tail of Two Kitties, in my DVD player, just now reaching the bit where Garfield dances on the coffee table and sings “Cat Scratch Fever.” This is the best part.
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‘Cold Light of Day’ Trailer: See Superman Before He’s Superman, When He’s Just Bruce Willis’s Frantic Son
It’s a scenario familiar to anyone who is Taylor Lautner in Abduction: it turns out your dad is a spy, Sigourney Weaver is somehow involved, and now every other shot of you involves a mobile phone and a dumbfounded expression. But this time there’s a different ripped torso at the center of the plot: Henry Cavill, the man who will soon be Superman. And as this trailer’s titles ominously warn us, “in the fight to save his family, INSTINCT IS HIS ONLY WEAPON.” So this gun Superman keeps waving around doesn’t count then?
Briefcase MacGuffin! Pistols! Running! Confused protagonist insisting shadowy characters tell him who they are and why this is happening! What a Thriller, guys!
Ridley Scott has promised us an Alien sort-of-prequel with his upcoming Prometheus, and he’s also promised us a future that will include more Blade Running and a Monopoly movie, and now he would like us to believe he will also make some films with the main cast of Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. In 3D, naturally.
The 73-year-old producer/director has reportedly attached Angelina Jolie to star in Gertrude Bell, a biopic Scott first began setting up back in March but that we quickly forgot about once all this Blade Runner crap came up. Jolie would play the title character, an important woman whose Jolie-esque work abroad earned her the title “the female Lawrence of Arabia.” Just as Jolie’s continued unsmiling work with pistols, historical figures, and the Scott brothers will soon earn her the title “the female Denzel Washington.”
Meanwhile, Ridley Scott has also been shopping around a different fact-based film he’d like to make with Gerard Butler. This one would cast Butler as Simon Mann, the former British army officer who, in 2004, attempted an Equatorial Guinea coup d’Ã©tat. Robert Edwards is attached to write the script about the attempt, which ended before it really got going when Mann was arrested picking up weapons in Zimbabwe. Given what Machine Gun Preacher‘s $ 528k domestic gross tells us about audience desire to see Gerard Butler play a real-life character involved with African firearms, it’s probably a good thing Ridley Scott will never get around to making this film.
Watching Tree of Life–beholding all the beautiful imagery of space, creation, life, family, dinosaurs, and Sean Penn–Sean Penn could not help but be taken aback and wonder, “Do we really need all the Sean Penn? Seriously, what is this guy doing here?” In fact, he wondered so hard that his wondering came out aloud in a recent interview with Le Figaro. Speaking about his brief role in Terrence Malick’s latest film, the actor somewhat scornfully pondered:
I didn’t at all find on the screen the emotion of the script, which is the most magnificent one that I’ve ever read. A clearer and more conventional narrative would have helped the film without, in my opinion, lessening its beauty and its impact. Frankly, I’m still trying to figure out what I’m doing there and what I was supposed to add in that context! What’s more, Terry himself never managed to explain it to me clearly.
Come on, Terry, just give this guy an explanation. For example, in certain instances, the explanation for what Sean Penn is doing there might be, “He’s there to pretend he’s retarded and enjoy the Beatles,” and Sean Penn will seemingly be perfectly alright with that terrible answer. Just something like that; don’t think about it too much. His explanation standards aren’t really that high.