Source: House of Jigsaw Submitted by: Kyle Nin The SAW franchise of hit movies have startled the studio execs and plans for a SAW III have been confirmed. Lions Gate Films and producer Gregg Hoffman announced that the SAW II sequel earned over $60 million in just two weeks, outranking all its competition by a […]
Source: Coming Soon Submitted by: Kyle Nin A Spider-Man 3 Villain Revealed! Sony Pictures has revealed a first look at a villain, played by Thomas Haden Church, from the highly-anticipated Spider-Man 3 at the Sony Pictures Official Website. The studio is keeping the villain’s name under wraps (though the Flint Marko name and clothes should […]
Source: Fangoria Submitted by: Nina Adam Baldwin (Jayne from Serenity & Firefly) is slated to be in a new Jeremy Kasten blood-sucking vampire flick called “Thirst.” According to the zine and Moviehole, a young girl is dying from a terminal disease and decides to extend her life by becoming a vampire. Hmmmmmmm, just a tad […]
Source: Variety Philip K. Dick’s short story ‘The Golden Man’ is being turned into a big screen feature entitled “NEXT.” It will star Nicholas Cage and Julianne Moore. Cage will also serve as one of the film’s producers. Cage is Chris Johnson, a man with the uncanny ability to, not only visualize future events, but […]
Source: ComingSoon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin Superman Returns to be Released in IMAX IMAX Corporation and Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that Superman Returns will be simultaneously released to both IMAX® and conventional theatres on June 30, 2006. The epic action-adventure is directed by Bryan Singer (X-Men films, The Usual Suspects) and marks a soaring […]
Source: ComingSoon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin Kenneth Branagh will direct a big screen version of the Mozart opera The Magic Flute, which will start shooting in January at London’s Shepperton Studios, says Variety. The project, updated to the eve of World War I, will shoot in English rather than Mozart’s original German, with an adapted […]
Source: CNN Entertainment Actor takes award for ‘Sin City’ LONDON, England (AP) — British movie fans have voted Mickey Rourke “man of the year” for his portrayal of the swaggering down-on-his-luck Marv in “Sin City.”
Source: CNN Money Horror film scares up $30.5 million to take weekend crown; ‘Zorro’ sequel second at $16;5 million. LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A sadistic serial killer named Jigsaw carved up Zorro at the Halloween box office in North America as moviegoers opted for the gruesome thrills of “Saw II” over the light comedy of […]
Source: Coming Soon.net Submitted by: Kyle Nin Walden Media to Journey to Earth’s Center Empire has learned that Walden Media, one of the production companies on Disney’s “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe,” is planning to update Journey to the Center of the Earth. The magazine says that the modern […]
Source: CNN Entertainment BOX OFFICE Weekend of 10-21-05 1. “Doom,” $15.4 million 2. “Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story,” $9.3 million 3. “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit,” $8.7 million 4. “The Fog,” $7.3 million 5. “North Country,” $6.5 million 6. “Elizabethtown,” $5.7 million 7. “Flightplan,” $4.7 million 8. “In Her Shoes,” $3.9 […]
Source: The Hollywood Reporter Submitted by: Kyle Nin Warner Bros. Pictures is planning a remake of Stephen King’s 1982 Creepshow anthology. Unlike the original film, the stories in this new project will have interweaving plots and interconnected characters.
Source: Moviehole Submitted by: Kyle Nin David Hasselhoff (Michael Knight) has bought up all the rights to “Knight Rider” and plans on having K.I.T.T. return as a big-screen project. In this movie sequel to the TV Series, Knight and his son both have cars and fight injustice wherever it looms its ugly head. Hasselhoff says […]
Source: Rotten Tomatoes Written By: Scott Weinberg Submitted by: Lesmond Screenwriter/producer Simon Kinberg and his pal Brett Matthews will soon be collaborating on a big science fiction epic for Universal, says Variety, and Mr. Kinberg compares the project to a sci-fi Jason Bourne exploit.
When I saw this movie with my wife, it was a Saturday night. We showed up half-an-hour before the movie was to begin… but there was no need as there were no lines.
Opening weekend… and no lines.