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Friday, December 24, 2010

Red State Teaser Online

Red State Teaser Online
'I fear God...'
Source: Smodcast


Red State Teaser Online

Have you been good boys and girls this year? Have you spent the last few days wishing and hoping that a bearded, jolly man would be bringing you goodies? Well, forget Santa Claus – Kevin Smith has decided to jump the gun on him and shoved the Red State teaser trailer online for us to enjoy.

Of course, given the harsh subject matter, “enjoy” might not quite be the word. “Experience” – that fits. From the jagged, jumping, handicam footage to the haunting intonation of Michael Parks’ Abin Cooper, this brief look at the movie makes it clear that we’re in very different Smith territory. The writer/director and cinematographer David Klein have pushed themelves into new territory and the result looks both scary and impressive.

Smith has been fairly reserved in revealing much of Red State’s plot, but we do know this – it starts out as the story of three high-school numbskulls (Kyle Gallner, Michael Angarano and Nicholas Braun) who go on a road trip to visit a woman promising sex on a website. But then they fall afoul of Cooper and his warped fundamentalist clan, and that’s when the horror really starts. Don’t go expecting an overabundance of trademark Smith quips or puns – the focus is on psychological terror.

Chances are you might have heard the audio portion on Smith’s Red State podcast series (you can find more about them in our blog), but now it’s the time to put images to the disconcerting sound of Parks preaching.

The movie will get its premiere at this year’s Sundance film festival on January 23, where distribution rights will be auctioned off. So hopefully we might get to see the film before 2011 is out.

Source: EmpireOnline

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Red State Teaser Online

Red State Teaser Online
'I fear God...'
Source: Smodcast


Red State Teaser Online

Have you been good boys and girls this year? Have you spent the last few days wishing and hoping that a bearded, jolly man would be bringing you goodies? Well, forget Santa Claus – Kevin Smith has decided to jump the gun on him and shoved the Red State teaser trailer online for us to enjoy.

Of course, given the harsh subject matter, “enjoy” might not quite be the word. “Experience” – that fits. From the jagged, jumping, handicam footage to the haunting intonation of Michael Parks’ Abin Cooper, this brief look at the movie makes it clear that we’re in very different Smith territory. The writer/director and cinematographer David Klein have pushed themelves into new territory and the result looks both scary and impressive.

Smith has been fairly reserved in revealing much of Red State’s plot, but we do know this – it starts out as the story of three high-school numbskulls (Kyle Gallner, Michael Angarano and Nicholas Braun) who go on a road trip to visit a woman promising sex on a website. But then they fall afoul of Cooper and his warped fundamentalist clan, and that’s when the horror really starts. Don’t go expecting an overabundance of trademark Smith quips or puns – the focus is on psychological terror.

Chances are you might have heard the audio portion on Smith’s Red State podcast series (you can find more about them in our blog), but now it’s the time to put images to the disconcerting sound of Parks preaching.

The movie will get its premiere at this year’s Sundance film festival on January 23, where distribution rights will be auctioned off. So hopefully we might get to see the film before 2011 is out.

Source: EmpireOnline

Is Viggo Mortensen Dark Tower-Bound?

Is Viggo Mortensen Dark Tower-Bound?
Ron Howard says, 'maybe'...
Source: LA Times


Is Viggo Mortensen Dark Tower-Bound?

Ron Howard has admitted that he’s thinking about casting Viggo Mortensen as Roland Deschain, the stoic gunslinger hero of Stephen King’s masterwork, The Dark Tower, in his upcoming three-part movie adaptation.

The Dark Tower, in case you aren’t aware, is King’s sprawling fantasy epic that spanned virtually his entire career (to date); a seven-volume behemoth (with an eighth apparently on the way) involving parallel worlds, meta-textual references (King himself appears as a character in the sixth book, while it’s linked in with pretty much everything he’s written), evil supercomputers, Spaghetti Western tropes, unstoppable bad guys, and the unattainable target at the end of a long and arduous quest: the titular tower. It is complex, it is bold, it is utterly, utterly brilliant.

Ron Howard, in case you aren’t aware, is the Oscar-winning director of A Beautiful Mind, The Da Vinci Code, and Backdraft. His only entry in the fantasy genre to date is Willow, which perfectly qualifies him to handle The Dark Tower. Particularly as it’ll be written by Akiva Goldsman, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of A Beautiful Mind, who also wrote Batman & Robin and Lost In Space. Which perfectly qualifies him to handle The Dark Tower.

Viggo Mortensen, in case you aren’t aware, is an actor who was in The Lord of the Rings, and has therefore become the number one fanboy choice to play Roland, a dark and complex character whose drive to reach The Dark Tower, even if it costs him everything, propels the story. Actually, this may be one occasion on which the fanboys have it mostly right. Mortensen’s penchant for coldness and impassivity – not to mention the fact he would look darn cool in Roland’s cowboy duds – seems to fit the character perfectly, although we also have a soft spot for two of the other guys Howard seems to be considering, Hugh Jackman and Jon Hamm. After all, Mortensen is now 52 and might just be too old to twirl Roland’s guns. Might. Just.

OK, you might be sensing slight cynicism about this, but we should be happy that The Dark Tower – a project long thought unfilmable – does actually seem to be wending its merry way toward the big screen, although it has yet to receive the green light from Universal.

But we admire the scope of the plans for the adaptation, which also include bridging TV series between films (with Howard directing the first season); an admirable way of tackling the sheer volume of material and imagination in King’s books (and ongoing comic book). And there’s no doubt that Howard will be a safe pair of hands who will deliver a well-cast, well-planned, well-crafted trilogy of movies, even if the chances of an out-and-out masterpiece might be slim. And, in an interview with the LA Times, Howard certainly talks the talk. "We worked on it for a year before we even met with him [King],” he told Geoff Boucher. “It was all about putting something together that was good enough and getting such an understanding of the material that Stephen King would say, 'Yes, that's the way into this story."

Head over to the LA Times’ Hero Complex for more from Howard on the project, including a statement from King himself.

Source: EmpireOnline


Cedar Rapids Trailer Online

Cedar Rapids Trailer Online
Super awesome!
Source: Apple


Cedar Rapids Trailer Online

What could be more super awesome than a bag of airplane nuts? Why two bags, of course. This, and other pearls of wisdom, can be learned in the trailer for Cedar Rapids, Miguel Artita's conference comedy starring Ed Helms, John C Reilly, Anne Heche and Isiah Whitlock Jr.

What has Helms done to be rewarded with such peanutty bounty? It involves fighting, drinking, and befriending hookers who aren't that pretty and smell of cigarettes: reprehensible behaviour for some, but an endearing rite of passage for Helms' insurance-nerd Tim Lippe, who's so underexposed to the world that he thinks Cedar Rapids, Iowa is the the Big Time.

Attending his company's annual conference in the titular town, he comes under the collective wings of Reilly, Heche and Whitlock: veterans intent on showing him a good time, even if he insists on drinking sherry.

The nice thing touch is that, while they're up for partying hard, Helms' impromptu new gang are clearly all as hopeless as he is, which makes them so much more likeable than the animal-house blow-hards they might have been. We enjoyed Reilly's R2-D2 impression too, and there's a cute little joke about The Wire...

Cedar Rapids also features Whip It's Alia Shawkat, Kurtwood Smith and Sigourney Weaver: the latter, according to earlier reports, playing Helms' former seventh-grade school teacher. It'll premiere at the Sundance Festival at the end of January.

Source: EmpireOnline

New Smurfs Photo Online

New Smurfs Photo Online
The boys (and girl) in blue hit NYC
Source: MTV


New Smurfs Photo Online

We’ve seen them moving around in the teaser, and peeking over the edge of the frame in their first, Times Square-set photo, but this latest image of the eponymous creatures from The Smurfs shows that they’ll also be spending some time in Central Park. Oh, and we also get a proper look at more of the Smurfy heroes.

The plot for the movie sees bad guy wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria) tracking down the Smurf village, forcing the inhabitants to flee through a magical portal, which just so happens to lead to our world. There, they must enlist the help of a bloke named Johan (Neil Patrick Harris) to get back to their own universe even as Gargamel follows them through with the intention of finishing what he started…

While the movie seems clearly pitched towards a younger generation (with perhaps a few nostalgic nods to those who remember the books and ‘toons of old), we’ve got to admit one big stumbling block just from this picture – turning the little blue ones into 3D CG characters just makes them look… well… slightly disturbing. It’s almost Yogi Bear all over again.

To see the full-size version of the pic, click above to head over to MTV.

Still, there’s time for the animators to work on that, as the film doesn’t arrive until August 3. And we’re intrigued by the quality voice cast, which includes Anton Yelchin, Alan Cumming, John Oliver, Katy Perry and The Office’s BJ Novak. But here’s the big question for you lot: does this make you want to see the finished movie?

Source: EmpireOnline

Virginia Beach fishing

Virginia Beach fishing

If you're thinking about planning Virginia Beach fishing , well then you are sure to enjoy a great adventure. In the event you go during the springtime, you are bound to catch flounder, croaker, bluefish and plenty more. You can also venture out throughout the month of May and nab black drum that is reported to be as much as 80 pounds during this particular month.

Summer is also a terrific time of the year to go fishing at Virginia Beach. Odds are very good that you will catch cobia, spadefish, sheepshead and Spanish mackerel. You will also access good flounder and croaker during the summer months.

Summer is quite popular for offshore fishing and reeling in tuna. When you take a fishing charter trip, make sure you get an experienced captain that will watch the satellite shots so that you can fish where the good tuna is. The captain should have good equipment that will be able to tell him where the good spots are.

There are a number fishing locales that you can go to. The Weather Buoy is nice as well as the Norfolk Canyon. They are about seventy-five miles off of the coastline of Virginia Beach. There are also other great areas that are nice to go to and enjoy really successful fishing such as the canyon walls of Norfolk Canyons.

Late August and September usually offer fantastic tuna fishing. Once the temperature ranges in the water begin to drop in October, though, the fishing is just not as flourishing. However, the season for striped bass is still quite good, though, since they tend to migrate down the East Coast from November to about March.

So, no matter what kind of fish you would like to catch, there is typically a specific season that you will love chartering a boat. Find out ahead of time so you are not dissatisfied. Virginia Beach fishing charter excursions are definitely wonderful and you should have a great time.

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

New Blue Valentine Pics Unveiled

New Blue Valentine Pics Unveiled
Gosling & Williams are looking good
Source: Exclusive


New Blue Valentine Pics Unveiled

Here's a little Christmas miracle: some rather lovely pics from Blue Valentine, the already-award-baiting latest from director Derek Cianfrance and stars Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling.

The film cross-cuts between times in the life of a couple played by Williams and Gosling, charting the highs and lows of their relationship over a period of years. These pics give you some idea of the vibe, although they're perhaps more focused on those highs we mentioned rather than representing the film's darker moments. Still, it's that darkness and complexity that has both leads up for Golden Globes as well as Independent Spirit awards and more.

Blue Valentine, which is not to be confused with either Blue Velvet or Valentine's Day, is out in the UK on January 14.

Source: EmpireOnline

New Your Highness Trailer Online

New Your Highness Trailer Online
Verily and forsooth!
Source: Apple


New Your Highness Trailer Online

You've seen the sweary red-band version, but now here's a safe-for-work green-band trailer for Your Highness, the fantasy farce starring Danny McBride, James Franco, Natalie Portman, Zooey Deschanel and Justin Theroux. Not that a tamer version makes the final film any more suitable for your eight-year-old nephew. But he'd love it if you took him to see it anyway.

If you don't know by now, you can almost certainly glean from the trailer that this looks to be a sword-and-sorcery comedy of the highest order, involving a valiant prince (Franco) and his asshat stoner brother (McBride) on a quest to rescue Princess Belladonna (Deschanel) from Theroux's evil wizard-in-training Leezar. Portman is the amazon warrioress they pick up along the way.

This trailer actually isn't that different from the last one, and does an equally good job of selling the silliness. Other than the removal of the f-bombs though, there have been some interesting changes to Portman's medieval undergarments (we study these things hard, for your benefit). Last time, under the waterfall, she was sporting a very fetching metal thong, but it's been "enhanced" this time around into something more modest. Ach well, there's always the Darjeeling Limited DVD.

Your Highness, directed by David Gordon Green, is out on June 24 next year. Apple has the green-band trailer (along with a poster that seems to be "homaging" Antoine Fuqua's King Arthur), but if you prefer the profanity and Portman-flesh version, cast your browser back a few weeks.

Source: EmpireOnline

Christian Bale On For Nanjing Heroes

Christian Bale On For Nanjing Heroes
Starring in Zhang Yimou's latest
Source: The Hollywood Reporter


Christian Bale On For Nanjing Heroes

After knuckling down to a more intimate drama in The Fighter, it would seem that Christian Bale is looking to get a little more epic for a new acting assignment – and we don’t even mean The Dark Knight Rises. He’s signed on to star in Zhang Yimou’s massive historical film about the Nanjing Massacre, Nanjing Heroes.

Yes, we don’t expect too many laughs from this one (but then, Bale’s not exactly known for his comedy roles these days) and it chronicles the slaughter of thousands of Chinese citizens by the Japanese in 1937. Bale’s playing a priest named John who pulls a Schindler’s List and helps many of the potential victims by working with German businessman called John Rabe.

"I met Christian in America and was impressed with his serious book research for the role," Zhang tells the Hollywood Reporter. "It's the overall strategy for Chinese cinema to approach the world and broaden its influence but casting Bale was a coincidence because the script happened to have an English-speaking part in the lead."

Yimou is planning to spend around $90 million on the film, which is a hefty 600 million Yuan in Chinese budgetary terms and is basically equal to what John Woo pumped into Red Cliff. There’s no word on exactly when it’ll shoot, though we’d guess Bale will slip the Bat-cowl on one more time before he travels to China for Heroes.

Source: EmpireOnline

New Green Hornet Featurette Arrives

New Green Hornet Featurette Arrives
'A Different kind of superhero...'
Source: Yahoo Movies


New Green Hornet Featurette Arrives

The buzz-o-meter has been increasingly turning on Green Hornet, with the dial swinging from “negative” to “positive.” And now a new featurette has arrived online, in which co-writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, along with actress Cameron Diaz, explain how their movie will be different from your average costumed crusader caper. You can take a gander below.

Seems the big difference is an exploration of the complicated relationship between heroes and their sidekicks and, more importantly, how they see each other. Rogen’s Britt Reid is not like your regular superhero – he doesn’t have powers, and he’s frankly more like Batman – if Bruce Wayne really did care more about partying than throaty-voiced heroics. And uniquely, he has a sidekick in Jay Chou’s Kato who can kick his arse six ways from Sunday in addition to being a technical whizz.

Oh, and the whole thing is being played more for laughs than, say, The Dark Knight. Take a look at the featurette, and then let us know if it sways you any further into “must see” territory, or if you’re still on the fence about this one.

The Green Hornet is out on January 14.

Source: EmpireOnline

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Hanna Trailer Shoots Online

Hanna Trailer Shoots Online
Saoirse Ronan is (another) hit girl...
Source: Yahoo Movies


Hanna Trailer Shoots Online

If you go down to the woods today, you’re probably better off avoiding the creepy 14-year-old raised by her ex-CIA agent father as a dedicated killing machine… Yes, the trailer for Joe Wright’s Hanna, starring Eric Bana, Saoirse Ronan and Cate Blanchett has arrived online and you can watch it below.

While Hanna’s upbringing and serious daddy issues are vaguely similar to Chloe Moretz’ Hit Girl from Kick-Ass, the similarities end there, as Ronan’s Hanna has been trained as an even more ruthless assassin in the wilds by her pop (Bana). He decides she’s ready to learn more about her background, but instead of sitting her down for a heart-to-heart, he has her reveal their hidden location to an intelligence team led by Blanchett’s Marissa Wiegler, who promptly brings Hanna in. But Hanna has her own, much more lethal reasons for wanting to meet Wiegler and promptly escapes, leading the team on a deadly chase across Europe and eventually trying to settle into a more normal life with a regular family headed by Olivia Williams…

Boasting Wright’s film directing hand and a score by the Chemical Brothers, Hanna looks to be anchored by intriguing performances from Ronan, Bana and Blanchett and gives off a decidedly Bourne-esque feel, albeit with a feral, yet tactically smart, girl in place of Matt Damon.

Take a look at the trailer above and let us know your thoughts. Hanna stalks into cinemas on April 8.

Source: EmpireOnline

Harald Zwart Directing Bakugan

Harald Zwart Directing Bakugan
From Karate Kid to kids' game?
Source: The Wrap


Harald Zwart Directing Bakugan

After the staggering flop of Dragonball: Evolution, we were sort of hoping that we’d be free of Pokémon-style games/anime getting adapted into Hollywood movies for a while, but now it looks like Harald Zwart wants to have a crack at one, locking on to direct Bakugan Battle Brawlers for Universal.

The game features the gimmick of small balls that look like marbles yet spring open into battling beasts once they’re rolled on game cards. The aim is to first capture three “gate” cards that can unlock the brawling monstoids powers and make sure you have the more powerful creatures.

Despite not exactly being the target demographic for the pastime, which has been named Toy of the Year for two years running across the pond and is huge in its native Japan, Zwart’s interest makes more sense when you consider that he turned the remake of The Karate Kid into a big hit this year. And he’s also got his fingers in another game adaptation – though just as executive producer this time – overseeing the transformation of Rollercoaster Tycoon into a possible film.

There’s no word on when (or even if) Bakugan will hit our screens, but considering that Universal seems to be interested in just about every toy property out there right now, this’ll probably make its way quickly through development.

Source: EmpireOnline

Dan Brown Nabs Lost Symbol Script Gig

Dan Brown Nabs Lost Symbol Script Gig
But no Hanks or Howard confirmation yet
Source: Risky Business Blog


Dan Brown Nabs Lost Symbol Script Gig

It’s all change behind the keyboard for Sony’s latest planned outing for historical code-cracking prof Robert Langdon, as the studio has drafted in a brand new writer to bash out a script based on novelist Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol. And while the person they’ve picked has never worked on a film screenplay before, he is fairly familiar with the source material since, er, he wrote it.

Yep, Dan Brown himself is now the man charged with turning his book into a script. While the studio hired Dirty Pretty Things/Eastern Promises scribe Steven Knight to figure out the first draft, it’s now letting Brown have a go. The previous movies were either written by Akiva Goldsman alone (The Da Vinci Code) or saw him sharing the job with David Koepp (Angels and Demons).

Symbol, which was published last year, has Langdon (played on screen in the first two films by Tom Hanks) probing into the dark, dangerous secrets of the Freemasons in Washington DC.

But while we’re sure Sony is looking to keep the Dan Brown cash cow mooing away, there’s still the small matter of having Hanks or director Ron Howard sign on to the new pic. Howard is slightly busy developing his epic adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series and Hanks has been off directing Larry Crowne and agreeing to work with Kathryn Bigelow. Expect the studio to start backing up those dump trucks full of dosh soon enough to secure Symbol for a release date before too long. No pressure, then, Dan…

Source: EmpireOnline

Gilliam Heads Back To 1884

Gilliam Heads Back To 1884
Mentoring Tim Ollive's animation
Source: Variety


Gilliam Heads Back To 1884

Terry Gilliam has such a nightmare getting his own films made that he's decided to start helping other people instead. That, at least, is the case with Tim Ollive's 1884, which Gilliam will "godfather" as a creative advisor.

Ollive is an animator, artist and VFX man who's worked with Gilliam on all of his films since Life of Brian. 1884 has been gestating for a year or so, since a trailer / piece of test footage went online and the Peculiar Pictures website posted some details.

Set in, strangely enough 1884, but supposedly made in 1848, "forty years before the birth of film", it's a steampunk retro-future adventure in which our hero Horatio Kitchengame, fresh from visiting the Moon and claiming it for the British Empire, undertakes his most perilous journey yet: to Europe.

Cue much boy's-own derring-do in "the murky world of Victorian foreign policy". It's a bit Dan Dare, a bit James Bond and a bit Jules Verne, and in its current form, it's endearingly wonky but deceptively sophisticated stuff. A mix of animation, puppetry, 2D and 3D CGI ("a sea of GIs" - see what they did there?) and live action, it takes place against a background of matte paintings, model sets and photographs from the Getty archive.

The budget for the feature version is $8m, which should guarantee improved quality to the original. Along with Gilliam, 1884 will be produced by Peculiar's John Needham and 2D3D, the studio behind Belleville Rendezvous. Needham says that Gilliam's involvement has brought with it some ex-Python voice artists, although he's declined to name names so far.

Gilliam himself says he liked the original 1884 short because "It's not slick and sleek CG work such as studios in LA produce. It looks crafted by an artisan, and the scale and design are spectacular."

Ollive, who co-wrote the screenplay with another frequent Gilliam cohort Dennis de Groot, made the trailer in his bathroom. "Finally," says Gilliam, "a bathroom has been put to proper use."

Source: EmpireOnline

EA Cultivating Madden Curse

EA Cultivating Madden Curse
NFL jinx given a plotline
Source: The Wrap


EA Cultivating Madden Curse

It's part joke and part urban myth, but apparently any American Football star who appears on the cover of one of Electronic Arts' John Madden series of NFL videogames, is bound to suddenly suffer either injury or poor performance. EA are now looking to turn The Madden Curse into a movie.

Produced by EA Entertainment's VP Pat O'Brien, the story will apparently involve a former NFL champion who embarks on a comeback just as he finds himself on the cover of a PS3 box. He'll then need to deal with that pesky jinx. The curse, not Halle Berry.

It all sounds like an opportunity for some mega product placement some decent comedy allied with some head-crunching NFL action. And if the concept seems rather "high", there's at least plenty of weird evidence to suggest that, if you're an NFL star, maybe videogames are a profile enhancement too far. Michael Vick broke his leg; Dorsey Levens and Dante Culpepper suffered knee injuries; Marshall Faulk hurt his ankle; Ray Lewis tore a hamstring and broke his wrist; Donovan McNabb got a hernia; and Shaun Alexander broke his foot. The list goes on. San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson was offered a cover but turned it down. Sensible.

Pointing out that NFL players are likely to damage themselves regardless of their appearance on the boxes of home entertainment media, is both spurious naysaying and no fun at all. Drew Brees is on the cover of the latest game. He's OK so far...

Source: EmpireOnline

First Look At The Deep Blue Sea

First Look At The Deep Blue Sea
Rachel Weisz in Terence Davies' latest


First Look At The Deep Blue Sea

It seemed like only yesterday that cameras started rolling on Terence Davies' The Deep Blue Sea - mid-November, to be exact - so it's a festive treat to share a first glimpse of the film only a month later, courtesy of the kind folk at Artificial Eye.

Davies' first film since documentary Of Time In The City, which took him back to his Merseyside stamping ground, The Deep Blue Sea is another look back at a period that continues to fascinate him: the 1950s, although on this occasion the setting moves south to London and the gilded salons of post-war high society.

As this first look shows, Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston are a couple in love: she, dazzling socialite Hester Collyer; he, Freddie Page, a dashing ex-RAF pilot. The problem? She's married to a high court judge (Simon Russell Beale). In the rigid, moralistic society of '50s London, it's a forbidden love that leaves Hester with an impossible choice.


The film wraps tomorrow so a trailer shouldn't be too far behind. There's no release date as yet, but we'll be sure to keep you posted.

Source: EmpireOnline