Het grote Scherm

De grote Verzameling van het Scherm: De Uitgave van 1/19/08

De komst sprak spoedig onlangs met SjiÔtische LaBeouf ongeveer Indiana Jones en het Koninkrijk van de Schedel van het Kristal, Transformatoren 2 en Y: De laatste Man. De plaats ook wordt gebabbeld die met Michelle Monaghan, die bevestigde dat zij is benaderd om Zilveren Vos binnen te spelen X-mensen Oorsprong: Wolverine.

Volgens CHUD, de aanhangwagen voor het recentst Indiana Jones het avontuur zal previewed 14 Februari zijn Vermaak vanavond. De plaats laat doorschemeren ook dat de aanhangwagen theaters kon eveneens raken die dag.

Details DVD voor Trots van de Yankees: de 60ste Uitgave van de Verjaardag, Alvorens de Duivel Uw Doden kent en Wakker zijn in DVDActive.

De aanhangwagen voor Wat in Vegas gebeurt is nu omhoog bij movie officiŽle website.

De nieuwe Lijn heeft de eigenschap van de de familiefantasie van Brendan Fraser bewogen Inkheart van dit jaar aan Januari 2009, rapporten Donkere Horizonnen. Edward Norton en Colin Farrell betrappen drama Trots en Glorie eveneens is geduwd tot 2009.

Latino Overzicht informeert dat SAM Worthington de levend-actie heeft verlaten G.I Joe flick, wegens het plannen van conflicten met James Cameron's Avatar.

Verscheidenheid schrijft dat Jennifer Hudson aan ster binnen onderhandelt De familie van de Perenwijn van Tyler Die Prooien. Het drama werd geschreven door Perenwijn, die en ster in het beeld eveneens zal leiden.

19Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Voortdurend

De kleine Verzameling van het Scherm: 1/18/08

De NBC- Universele President Jeff Zucker kan de glitzy presentatie annuleren het bedrijf elk Mei houdt om de reeks van de eerste-tijdtelevisie aan advertisers, filialen en de media te introduceren. Yahoo! TV via Reuters heeft meer op dit verhaal.

Spoedig komst heeft de officiŽle aankondiging dat De Ster van Nashville en Amerikaanse Gladiators sluiten zich aan de „bij NBC- alle-Amerikaanse Zomer“ leidend aan de exclusieve dekking van het NBC- Algemene begrip van de Olympische Spelen van de Zomer van 2008 in Peking.

CNN spreidt het woord uit dat Stephen Colbert's het populaire portret nu tonen het van zes weken bij de Galerij van het Portret van Smithsonian Instelling Nationale heeft. „Wij kwamen om met de grap akkoord te gaan overeen en het te hangen voor een korte tijd tussen de badkamerss,“ bovengenoemde museumspreekbuis Bethany Bentley.

De bespreking toont de gastheer Charlie Rose op CBS Nieuws terugkomt, handelend als correspondent voor 60 minuten, rapporten TV MSN/de Bijbehorende Pers. Ondertussen, nam zal voortzetten zijn eigen show bij PBS toe.

Zoute Stix maakt een lijst van tien shows voelt het zou moeten movies geweest zijn: Xena, Pushing Daisies, Dark Angel, Ed, Prison Break, Love Monkey, 24, The Pretender, Journeyman and Deadwood.

19Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/18/08 Edition - Part II

Pierce Brosnan has revealed via his official website that he will star in Vanilla Gorilla. “It’s the story of a father and daughter who find themselves on an adventure of a lifetime, as they try to restructure their relationship after the loss of their mother / wife,” explains Brosnan. The motion picture is to be directed by by Terry Loane.

An investigation from The Associated Press claims that much of the screenplay for American Gangster is based on rumors and speculation.

DVDActive displays the artwork for Southland Tales. The Richard Kelly film will be available to own on March 18.

The Hollywood Reporter writes that IFC Films has acquired North American rights to the serial killer thriller Anamorph, starring Willem Dafoe and Scott Speedman, as well as the heist drama How to Rob a Bank, starring Nick Stahl and Erika Christensen.

Knemonic counts down what it deems to be the 30 greatest movie poster taglines of all time.

Daniel Day-Lewis is in the spotlight at The First Post. The online magazine examines how the acclaimed actor approaches his films roles.

19Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/18/08 Edition

Richard Eyre’s next project is a film titled The Other Man, writes The Hollywood Reporter. Starring Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, and Antonio Banderas, the film will focus on “a man who discovers that his wife has another mystery man in her life and goes to find out who he is.”

Martin Scorsese and Harvey Keitel are re-teaming for Chaos, to be directed by Daphna Kastner. Scorsese will executive produce the picture, while Keitel will produce. Variety has more on this story.

The teaser trailer for Edward Zwick’s upcoming WWII drama Defiance is now online at Yahoo! Movies.

Richard Linklater will direct Zac Efron in Me and Orson Welles, based on the novel by Robert Kaplow, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

18Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/17/08 Edition

The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers has invited the Writers Guild of America to a series of “informal discussions,” described as being similar to the process that led to the AMPTP recently reaching a tentative agreement with the Directors Guild of America. Coming Soon has more on this story.

Moviefone delivers an image of the U.S.S. Enterprise being constructed for J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek. Meanwhile, the official website for the motion picture is now up.

MGM has revealed new 20th Anniversary Edition DVDs for Eight Men Out and Bull Durham. Details of what the discs will contain are at DVDActive.

A poster set for 10,000 B.C has debuted at Movie Poster Addict, while a series of one-sheets for the documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster* are at the Internet Movie Poster Awards. Concurrently, MTV Movies Blog has acquired the poster for Stop-Loss.

Images from the X-Files sequel are showcased at JoBlo, which also points to a USA Today article about the feature.

The trailer for Baby Mama, starring Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Sigourney Weaver and Greg Kinnear, is online at Moviefone.

As reported by Empire, James Marsters talks with TV Guide about the upcoming live-action Dragonball Z movie.

Coming Soon translates the news from FilmActu.com that Olivier Megaton may helm Transporter 3.

18Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/15/08 Edition - Part II

Apple has announced iTunes Movie Rentals, which will be priced at $2.99 for library titles and $3.99 for new releases. High definition versions are one dollar more with library titles at $3.99 and new releases at $4.99. The press release for Apple’s announcement is at Coming Soon.

The San Francisco Examiner lists the nine films that are in the running for the five nominations of Oscar’s Best Foreign Language Film category. The films are Austria’s The Counterfeiters, Brazil’s The Year My Parents Went on Vacation, Canada’s Days of Darkness, Israel’s Beaufort, Italy’s The Unknown Woman, Kazakhstan’s Mongol, Poland’s Katyn, Russia’s 12 and Serbia’s The Trap.

Entertainment Weekly via Ain’t It Cool News indicates that today is when Warner Bros. will decided whether to move forward with the Justice League movie.

A new photo from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has been placed at the film’s official website.

The Hollywood Reporter writes that following the disappointing box office results from his latest film, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, Uwe Boll is returning to low-budget filmmaking.

DVDActive has the early word on what to expect when The Seeker and Margot at the Wedding come to a store near you.

15Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/15/08 Edition

The Producers Guild nominees are now listed at USA Today.

Charlize Theron has joined Viggo Mortensen for the film version of Cormac McCarthy’s bestselling novel The Road, writes Variety. Dimension Films will distribute the picture domestically

Ain’t It Cool News delivers “Day 1″ of its Q&A; with Sylvester Stallone. Promoting Rambo, the actor answers queries submitted by AICN readers.

Variety shares the early details on High School Musical 3: Senior Year, coming to theaters on October 24.

Director John Singleton recently spoke with Collider about his film adaptation of The A-Team. “It’s not a comic movie farce like Starsky and Hutch, it’s kind of in the tradition of the 80’s action pictures[…] The action is very serious, but there is humor. That’s what we are going for.”

Dark Horizons has the latest on new release dates for various films. Movies mentioned in the article include: The Spiderwick Chronicles, Swing Vote, South of the Border, Miracle at St. Anna, Phenom and Mall Cop.

It appears singer John Mayer received a noteworthy promotional package for The Dark Knight. Pictures of the box’s contents may be viewed here.

DVDActive has the lowdown on what’s in store for the home entertainment releases of Resurrecting the Champ, Wristcutters and Sleuth.

15Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/14/08 Edition

The Internet Movie Database has the complete list of Golden Globe winners.

According to The Mail on Sunday, the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows may be split into two movies.

Actors Keira Knightley and James McAvoy talk with Entertainment Weekly about their experiences working on Atonement.

Zap2it has an interesting selection of whom the site would cast if a project based on the 2008 presidential primaries were made.

Coming Soon speaks with filmmaker Alex Gibney (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) about his latest documentary, Taxi to the Dark Side. The film “explores the government’s use of torture and interrogation to fight terrorism post-9/11.”

Coming Soon also gets a few bits of information about Punisher: War Zone from Julie Benz, as the actress explains her character in the movie.

Cinematical has the exclusive of premiering the poster for The Bank Job.

14Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

Big Screen Roundup: 1/12/08 Edition

With images, Rocket Punch unveils the competition for the Mach 5 in Warner Brothers’ Speed Racer film adaptation. The competitor is an actual Japanese racing team known as “Autobacs Racing Team Aguri” (ARTA).

The DVD artwork for Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium is now at DVD Active. Bonus features for the package have yet to be revealed.

Elijah Wood talks with MTV about the possibility of his returning to the Lord of the Rings franchise through one of the two new pictures being developed. “If I’m asked to go back and revisit that character and it makes sense, I would love to. I would absolutely love to,” admitted Wood.

The Associated Press via Yahoo Movies! presents an interesting essay regarding the adapting of respected books into award-worthy films.

12Jan2008 | Josh Armstrong | Continued

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