John Carter is based on a classic novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, whose highly imaginative adventures served as inspiration for many filmmakers, both past and present. The film tells the story of war-weary, former military captain John Carter (Taylor Kitsch), who is inexplicably transported to Mars where he becomes reluctantly embroiled in a conflict of epic proportions amongst the inhabitants of the planet, including Tars Tarkas (Willem Dafoe) and the captivating Princess Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins).
Atari has released a new trailer for Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, a four player, ghost-busting adventure. Players will suit up with their proton packs and assume the role of a rookie hired by the Ghostbusters to save New York City from a disaster of ghoulish proportions.
Diaz plays a teacher on a quest to win the infatuation of a new substitute played by Timberlake. The film also stars Jason Segel, Lucy Punch, and Phyllis Smith and is scheduled for release June 24th, 2011.
Production has begun, on East Coast locations, on a Focus Features drama from Academy Award-nominated writer/director Paul Weitz. The as-yet untitled film stars two-time Academy Award winner Robert De Niro and is based on Nick Flynn’s 2004 memoir entitled Another Bulls—t Night in Suck City. Focus CEO James Schamus made the announcement today.
Although Punisher War Zone wasn't well received by fans or critics, many hoped to see Stevenson return to the role of Frank Castle in a future film. According to a recent report, they those fans may get their wish now that the character's rights are back at Marvel Studios.
DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA) today announced its feature film release slate through 2014. The Company's current plan features six original films and is anchored by three sequels based on its hit Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar and How to Train Your Dragon franchises.
According to his own tagline for the work: "Reworking Titles is a project by graphic artist Dan Sherratt where he re-vamps and re-imagines film posters so that they become all new different levels of awesome."
Twenty-Seven #4 is a well told ending to the innovative comic rock allegory that will appeal to anyone who has participated in the creative process. There's an artistry here that balances all of its thematic elements well while telling a coherent story. While it doesn't do much to introduce new readers, it is intriguing enough to have them seek out the rest of the four issue series.
The Rainbow Unit is ready for a mobile launch with 11 missions, real-time tactical infiltration, online co-op with up to 3 players and 10-player multiplayer mode. Available on March 17th, it promises to be the first real tactical-FPS on the App Store. The game is compatible with devices starting from iPhone 3gs and iPod touch.
Li'l Depressed Boy #2 attempts to coast off its charm, which works to a degree. The sophomore issue from the Image Comics remains a non-offensive, light read, but fails to do much new or make a lasting impression. What is left is much like the taste of tofu? “But tofu doesn't have a taste,” one might say. To that I answer, “exactly.”
Starring Brandon Routh, Sam Huntington and Anita Briem, the film is an adaptation of one of Italy's longest running -- and most popular -- comic series which follows the adventures of a supernatural private eye and his friends.