Wednesday, September 29, 2010
USA Today has just announced that Maggie Grace of Lost fame will be joining the cast of Twilight for the first half of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. I'm not really sure what she's playing but they says it's some vampire that wants revenge on Bella. When will they stop with the revenge-ing on Bella already? What is so interesting about Bella that warrants 100 year old vampires to take revenge? GAWD!
But till then we can rest assured that the next Twilight movie won't be coming out until 2012. A whole year without Bella Swan. We have earned this rest my friends.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
So what I do know now is that Etan Cohen, writer of Tropic Thunder has written a script and shooting will begin next month with Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones reuniting as Agent J and K with Josh Brolin set to play a young version of Agent K and Jemaine Clement set to be MIB 3's villain. The film is due to be released in 3D in 2012.
I even found a teaser trailer featuring Will Smith. Check it:
As for the Spider-Man reboot, Marc Webb of (500) Days of Summer has been hired as director along with Andrew Garfield of The Imaginaruim Of Doctor Parnassus set to play Peter Parker.
2011 and 2012 might suck really bad.
She belongs to the ages now.
Monday, September 27, 2010
The Last Airbender under his hands, it's a wonder how this movie even grossed a profit.
A Nightmare On Elm Street that made it too obvious for the audience. Hint: When the movie gets really quiet and the camera is close up to a person's face, a jump scare is gonna happen in 3 seconds. How you people still not know this is really surprising.
Saw ripoff, poorly written, predictable till the very end with an ending that the director think will get you all riled up like in Inception but falls flat and leaves whoever had the misfortune of not sneaking into the cinema to leave feeling not only underwhelmed but cheated.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
An Education trumps on in her acting glory for this. While I did find her reasons for hating Gekko to be somewhat unrealistic and dumb, there's no denying that she is a fantastic actress and definitely the second best performance in the film. How amazing is it that in a movie with an array of A-list stars backstabbing each other and an endless fashion parade of designer clothes, cars and Apple products; the best scene in the film is one of Carey Mulligan and Michael Douglas just talking to each other on the side of a staircase.