Bill’s Pain Beginning To Surface?

William Shatner has been putting on his best actor’s face over the last several months since the announcement was made that his buddy and fellow long-time Star Trek cast mate Leonard Nimoy would be appearing in the new Star Trek film, but Shat would be left out. Even though director/producer J.J. Abrams and his writing […]

Travolta & Washington On Board the Same Train

In this season of remakes (some good, some bad) John Travolta has decided to jump on board the subway train for a remake of the 1974 high-action drama “The Taking of Pelham 123,” which promises to be one of the better remakes to come along in a while. The mega-star is currently in negotiations to […]

“Wolverine” Getting Ready to Shoot

Hugh Jackman may be a bit upset that his new CBS program “Viva! Laughlin” was axed after only two episodes, but he can take some pleasure in knowing that, as far as the big screen is concerned, he is still big box office. This coming May 1, 2009 he will get his chance to prove […]


The popular, and uniquely bizarre Mark Tatulli comic strip called “LIO” will get big screen treatment from producer David Kirschner, according to Variety. Universal Press Syndicate made a deal with Tatulli to turn the macabre comic strip into a live-action feature with Kirschner and production partner Corey Sienega on board to produce. The two have […]

Fall Is In the Air

Whether it was the hint of fall in the air this weekend, the horrendous fires in California, or the desire to hit yourself in the head with a skillet over the crazy college football outcome on Saturday……whatever the reason, this weekend’s box office was skimpy and lackluster. Leading the pack was the new vampire chiller […]

Paula Peril Movie Website Now Open

Phoenix, Arizona – New Phoenix Filmworks announced the launch of the official movie website for “Paula Peril: Midnight is the Darkest Hour,” the first feature-length film based on the popular comic book series “The Adventures of Paula Peril.” This Website will feature cast information and behind-the-scenes photos from the production of the 1940s-styled action- adventure […]

Urban Tackles McCoy

New Zealand actor Karl Urban of “The Lord of the Rings,” “The Chronicles of Riddick” and “The Bourne Supremacy” has signed on to portray Starfleet Medical doctor Leonard “Bones” McCoy for the new Paramount Pictures “Star Trek” mega-budget feature film. Abrams had indicated that he was looking for an older than twenty-something actor to play […]

Weekend Box Office Final — October 12-14, 2007

Totals are U.S. domestic only. All SF and genre-related films are in BOLD. 1. Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married?$21,353,789Engagements:2,011 Cume: $21,353,789 2. The Game Plan………………….$11,037,505Engagements:3,128 Cume: $58,978,627 3. We Own the Night……………….$10,826,287Engagements:2,362 Cume: $10,826,287 4. Michael Clayton………………..$10,373,422Engagements:2,511 Cume: $11,450,629 5. The Heartbreak Kid………………$7,280,450Engagements:3,233 Cume: $25,856,010 6. Elizabeth: The Golden Age………..$6,153,075Engagements:2,001 Cume: $6,153,075 7. […]