The No Strings Attached director gives a few statements about new developments on his most famous franchise, one that has yet to get off the ground, and a sequel to the film that made radio bad boy Howard Stern into a sweetheart.
Hereafter is not the "must watch" sci-fi film of the year. It appears the film slipped under the radar for most movie goers; this may have been due to low scale marketing or simply being overshadowed by other films that had more viral hype. Though I personally didn't watch it in theaters, I'm very glad I had the opportunity to see in on Blu-ray; the film's visuals alone are well worth the purchase price.
Beyond the excess of violence and sexuality for which both series are known, the Bomb Queen vs. Hack/Slash Special is very much a by the numbers crossover trans-dimensional portals and all. While it may not blow any minds, it does its dual job well of introducing the characters to newbies and creating fantasy fodder for old fans.
The second trailer for the fifth installment of the popular X-Men movie series has gone online, giving fans a few new scenes that weren't released in the first domestic trailer including our first look at Banshee in action.
DC Comics has announced a 3 part mini-series to follow the end of Brightest Day. Brightest Day Aftermath: The Search will be written by Jonathan Vankin and focus on the fallout of the Brightest Day series.
Every so often something is made that may start off as a major underdog but will be lucky enough to develop a cult following and surpass the most mainstream of films in popularity. That is exactly what I picture to be in the cards for Roid Rage. It is modeled along the style of the now famous the Grindhouse films that Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez produced, and is not for the un-exploitation film savvy crowd.
Scream-Trilogy.net (via Total Film) has transcribed a recent interview with the Scream franchise mastermind Wes Craven where he discusses the situation with the script control and whether or not he's on board for more sequels.