Saturday, October 8, 2011
The robot boxing flick REAL STEEL knocked out all comers as the Shawn Levy-directed film topped the standings on Friday with the George Clooney-directed political thriller THE IDES OF MARCH coming in second. Holdover DOLPHIN TALE continues to impress coming in third.
REAL STEEL claims first place at Friday's box office with an estimated take of $8.5M which is the second best Friday opening for a boxing film believe it or not right behind the Will Smith-starrer ALI which grossed $10.2M on Christmas Day. REAL STEEL, which stars Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly is on pace for an opening just north of $25M.
Casting continues on Rob Zombie's latest horror flick, THE LORDS OF SALEM with the reveal of yet another actor joining the fray. The director took to his Facebook page to relay the following message:
With only 9 days to go until cameras roll on THE LORDS OF SALEM I thought it was time to let another cast member out into the wild. RICHARD LYNCH has signed on to play Reverend John Hawthorne another key player in the saga of THE LORDS. He along with Judge Mather get down to some serious business. Christ, these two are the heroes?
Yesterday on our Facebook page we showed you the new trailer for HAYWIRE, the new action thriller from Steven Soderbergh (CONTAGION) and now thanks to the guys over at Bleeding Cool, we have a new one-sheet for you as well. This high-octane action flick stars MMA superstar Gina Carano in her first on screen role and it looks like she's going to have one hell of a hit on her hands. Carano will be performing her own stunts in the film as well and will be kicking tons of ass while doing so!
Friday, August 19, 2011
It's been a while since there has been any word about "Ghostbusters 3".
Rumored for nearly 20 years, the project was said to be back on in 2009 with Sony fast-tracking the film for a Christmas 2012 release. All of the original main cast (Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis and Sigourney Weaver) had signed on to return along with director Ivan Reitman. Bull Murray was long thought to be the lone holdout keeping the production in limbo.
Written Rhoq at 3:00 PM
Plot: Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) is an ordinary teenager living an ordinary life. He has a weird friend named Evil Ed (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), a hot girlfriend (Imogen Poots), and, oh yeah..a neighbor named Jerry Dandridge (Colin Farrell) who when he's not hitting on his mom (Toni Colette), becomes a vampire at night. After his mom and girlfriend dismiss his accusations, Charley goes to the one man who can help: magician/vampire killer Peter Vincent (David Tennant). Can they get rid of this 400 year old menace forever?
Written GC at 6:03 AM
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Brian DePalma has had the definition of a rollar coaster career. While he definetely has had some bigtime highs ("The Untouchables" and "Carrie"), he has also had some pretty low lows ("Bonfire Of The Vanities" and "Raising Cain"). Four years removed from his last disaster, 2007's "The Black Dahlia," DePalma is ready to give it another go. Only this time, he's working with a plot that makes his 1996 version of "Mission Impossible" look as easy to follow as the 1980s cartoon He-Man.
Written GC at 5:54 PM