Double the Mila for “Resident Evil: Extinction”

Submitted by: Michael Hickerson (SoSF Staff Jorunalist) This news from SciFi Wire should make our own Michael R. Minnenga extremely happy… Milla Jovovich, who stars in the upcoming sequel film Resident Evil: Extinction, told SCI FI Wire that she not only reprises her character Alice, but also plays a cloned version of her as well. […]

Depp Wants “Dark Shadows”

In the 1960’s daytime television broke new and untested ground with the launch of a different kind of soap opera and it introduced the world to an actor that would forever be typecast and shadowed by his award nominated portrayal as the dark one. That actor was Jonathan Frid and the soap was “Dark Shadows.” […]

Abrams Has His Spock

“Heroes” star Zachary Quinto has indeed been cast as the new younger Mr. Spock for the upcoming eleventh film of the Star Trek franchise that currently has the working title of simply “Star Trek.” This announcement was made by JJ Abrams himself last night at the Comic Con in San Diego, California. Paramount has been […]

“Family Guy” Movie In the Works?

Written by: Michael Hickerson (SoSF Staff Journalist) Once again, “Family Guy” looks to follow in the footsteps on “The Simpsons,” this time taking the popular Fox cartoon series to the big-screen. Creator and producer Seth McFarland said recently a “Family Guy” movie could be in the formative stages. “We have been trying to figure out […]

A New SF Thriller from Director Shane Felux

X-ile Pictures is please to announce the release of their latest film’s teaser trailer and official website. From director Shane Felux, the creator of the landmark fan film “Star Wars Revelations” and the award winning short “Pitching Lucas”, selected in 2006 by George Lucas and audiences around the word, is pleased to bring you “Trenches,” […]

“Premiere” Compiles List of Shows That Should Be Movies

Submitted by: Michael Hickerson (SoSF Journalist) It’s nothing new for Hollywood to rob the small-screen for the big-screen. It seems as if every “classic” TV series (and even a few non-classics) are being adapted for the big-screen these days. And with “The Simpsons” being the latest to make the jump and “Family Guy” rumored to […]

Weekend Box Office Final — July 20-22, 2007

Figures are U.S. Box Office only. Genre films are in bold. 1. I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry…$34,233,750 Engagements:3,495 Cume: $34,233,750 2. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix…$32,511,350 Engagements:4,285 Cume: $207,866,865 3. Hairspray……………………..$27,476,745 Engagements:3,121 Cume: $27,476,745 4. Transformers…………………..$20,514,497 Engagements:3,762 Cume: $262,978,000 5. Ratatouille……………………$10,899,179 Engagements:3,402 Cume: $165,519,955 6. Live Free or Die Hard……………$7,101,638 […]

Star Trek Movie Updates

According to an IGN interview with actor Matt Damon, director J.J. Abrams is looking for someone younger than Damon to play the part of Captain Kirk for the next Trek film. However, Damon did indicate that if there are more films with a progressively older Kirk he would certainly entertain the idea of playing the […]

No Weekend Magic From Harry Can Stop Chuck and Larry

The big news this weekend is how fast magician Harry Potter was toppled from the number one slot at the box office. If things remain the same, the comedy duo of Kevin James and Adam Sandler will de-throne Potter with relative ease. “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” is the comedy about two fireman […] Author Sells Movie Rights

Source: Podiobooker Written by: Evo Terra Fantastic news about Matt Wallace, author of The Failed Cities Monologues collection: Precision Pictures Pty Ltd. has announced that it has acquired the film rights to Parsec Award winning author Matt Wallace’s acclaimed experimental podcast novel The Failed Cities Monologues. The Sydney-based production company has also purchased the rights […]

Ace is Back – Sort of!

This fits the category — Please Tell Me It Isn’t So! I know some are going to find this story hard to believe. Well, it is Hollywood, the land of no original imagination, so maybe not. Morgan Creek productions is actually going to make another Ace Ventura movie, as if the horrendously bad script for […]