Articles Posted July 2011

  • dark-knight

    Pictures of Tom Hardy in Full Bane Costume Surface

    Some candid shots of Tom Hardy as Bane have appeared online, and to be honest they’re slightly underwhelming. But of course, all these on-set pictures are, since they aren’t properly color corrected, framed, etc. I’m sure Heath Ledger looked awfully silly walking around the set, but the finished film tells a starkly different story. Not […]

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    “The Expendables” Sequel Recruits John Travolta and Chuck Norris

    The 2012 sequel to Sylvester Stallone’s 2010 The Expendables has added to its roster of action stars, John Travolta and Chuck Norris. The film already stars Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke and Bruce Willis. The Simon West directed film is due for release on August 17th, 2012. […]

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    Bradley Cooper Wants to Return for a Second Sequel to “The Hangover”

    The 36 year-old actor Bradley Cooper, known in The Hangover series for his portrayal of Phillip Wenneck, a school teacher, has indicated that he wishes to return for yet another sequel after 2011’s The Hangover Part II. The films feature a stir of comedy and drama and focus on twists and gags that include disgusting […]

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    “Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers” Thundering to DVD

    Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers is a motion-comic film to be released on September 13th, 2011. The DVD includes a behind the scenes look of the film, a trailer and an exclusive glimpse of return into the past of Thor with writer Robert Dodi and artist Esad Ribic. The 72 minutes film stars Daniel Thorn […]

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    “Mars Needs Moms” – An Exclusive Review

    INTRODUCTION: Mars Needs Moms is an adventure of epic and other-worldly proportions. The film takes you on a grand adventure from Earth to Mars and helps to expand the horizon for science fiction in film. I thoroughly enjoyed each moment and was awe-struck and amazed at every great graphic and visual effect put forth into […]

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    Clash of the Titans-Old Vs. New | Which one do you like?

    When I was going through my movie box, which I store all of my movies in, to see what to write about next, I came across these two movies. The 1981 version of CLASH OF THE TITANS and the 2010 version. They both have the same plot of the struggle of man against the gods […]

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    Frank Darabont Leaves “The Walking Dead”

    I love The Walking Dead. It’s a very solid comic and a fairly solid TV show. Not every episode was perfect, but the end result of season one is a well established world that I look forward to journeying back into this October. Unfortunately the journey will be without Frank Darabont, according to Deadline. The acclaimed […]

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    “Die Hard 5” Gets New Director, Premise, and Our Slight Attention

    Twitch is reporting news that Die Hard 5 is closer then ever to becoming a reality rather than Bruce Willis’ desperate dream to maintain relevance. According to reports, the next entry will send John McClane and his son to Russia where the pair will fight terrorists on their home turf. One wonders if the “and son” […]

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    Boredom and Frustration: A “Cowboys and Aliens” Review

    I wrote a lot of great things last week about Captain America, and I still maintain that it is an absolutely perfect piece of popcorn entertainment: tightly paced, well cast, and, most importantly, well written. Captain America represents everything that’s great about summer movies. Cowboys and Aliens is everything wrong about them. Anytime a live […]

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    HBO Will Stay With “Game of Thrones” Till The End

    At the TCAs this week HBO Programming Presidents Michael Lombardo and Richard Plepler sat and talked with journalists about all things HBO, most notably their intention to finish Game of Thrones just as author George RR Martin intends it to. HBO fans have been burned before by the company’s early cancellation of Deadwood and Rome, and […]