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Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem May Present Predator Home Planet

September 11, 2007 07:40:25 GMT


Earth could probably be not the only planet presented in the upcoming "Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem."

A scooper for ShockTillYouDrop.com has brought an interesting tidbit saying the sci-fi action thriller will provide a long-awaited look at the home world of the Predator species. The planet was once planned to be the center of a shelved "Predator" sequel cooked up by "Sin City" helmer Robert Rodriguez.

Watch Iron Man Teaser On the Net Now!

September 11, 2007 07:07:30 GMT


Taking an earlier flight from the planned date of Tuesday, September 11, 2007, the teaser trailer for "Iron Man" has delightfully been available for superhero fans to grab online at Apple.com since Monday, September 10.

Put on the trailer page of the site in HD, the clip runs quite long for a teaser, going almost two and a half minutes. Though containing many footage from that shown at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, it is more fast-paced and compact than the previous one in following Tony Stark from his abduction in Afghanistan to his creation of a high-tech armor to escape captivity.

Catherine Keener Lands Starring Slot in Hamlet 2

September 11, 2007 06:35:29 GMT


Running her career quite smoothly this year, Catherine Keener has put one more starring role into her big screen resume. Variety has reported that the Oscar nominee is on her way to appear opposite Steve Coogan in a high school comedy entitled "Hamlet 2."

Story is said to focus on a teacher who tries to save his drama department by writing a sequel to William Shakespeare's "Hamlet." "Nancy Drew" helmer Andy Fleming is set to direct based on the script he wrote alongside Pam Brady, whose most recent writing work, "Hot Rod", currently is in theaters.

Sean Penn and Matt Damon Attached for Gus Van Sant's Harvey Milk Biopic

September 11, 2007 04:49:37 GMT


On the way to forge what could probably be one of the anticipated collaborations on screen, Sean Penn and Matt Damon are both reported to be attached as the leading actors in a biopic about '70s politician Harvey Milk that Gus Van Sant is set to direct.

A long-gestating project, pic is the latest chapter in a long-running race to film the biopic of the first openly gay prominent elected official following Bryan Singer's "The Mayor of Castro Street." Penn is plotted to play the politician while Damon his assassin, Dan White.

Toronto Fest Witnessed Glittering Elizabeth: The Golden Age Premiere

September 11, 2007 04:10:32 GMT


Big Hollywood names continue to take turn in highlighting the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival and Sunday, September 9 was the time for the starry cast of "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" to bring another memorable moment at the event.

Portrayer of the titular character, Cate Blanchett, delightfully made her way to attend the world premiere for the period drama at the festival held at Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall. Accompanied the actress were fellow co-stars Geoffrey Rush, Abbie Cornish, and Clive Owen who looked charming in dark suit and tie.

Alleged Magneto Story Details Hit the Net

September 11, 2007 02:41:45 GMT


Though the basic premise of "Magneto" has already been revealed by the filmmakers, little is known about the plot details for the anticipated project until now. But it seems ObsessedWithFilm.com has got grip on the matter as it claimed to have obtained exclusive details on events told in the movie.

Stating the flick will reunite Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart as the titular character and his fellow mutant Professor X, respectively, the site openly informed that pic is book-ended with two scenes in Poland at the 60th Anniversary of the Auschwitz Liberation which take place within the timeframe of the first three "X- Men" films.

Rendition Premiere at the 2007 TIFF Marked by Cast Attendance

September 10, 2007 09:04:43 GMT


Big excitement filled the front part of Toronto's Roy Thompson Hall on Friday, September 7 when several Hollywood notable names came down to strut along the red carpet at the premiere for "Rendition" at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

Stealing most attention no doubt was the flick's female lead Reese Witherspoon who preferred to wear a strapless tight black velvet dress for the occasion. Co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Omar Metwally were also spotted to be present despite the apparent absence of other noted cast members, Meryl Streep and Alan Arkin.

Dead Girl Took the 33rd Deauville American Film Fest 's Top Honor

September 10, 2007 08:00:56 GMT


Presenting a riveting depiction on how violence contaminates otherwise ordinary lives, Karen Moncrieff-directed four-chapter tale "The Dead Girl" was announced to be the winner of the Grand Prize at the 33rd edition of the annually-held Deauville American Film Festival on Sunday, September 9, 2007.

Expressing her deep gratitude for the honor, a semi-stunned Moncrieff in a touching nod to slain filmmaker Adrienne Shelly said, "My film is about violence, and one of the filmmakers is not with us because she was a victim of violence." Shelly's final work "Waitress" was well received in the competition, being previously subjected to glowing critical reviews at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

Official Indiana Jones 4 Title Revealed!

September 10, 2007 07:03:38 GMT


Finally, now we know how to properly address the fourth installment of "Indiana Jones" franchise, previously known as "Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods", many thanks to Shia LaBeouf.

Coming on stage to present Female Artist of the Year prize at MTV's Video Music Awards held on Sunday, September 9, 2007, the rising star openly informed the folks in attendance as well as at-home viewers that the project from now on is called "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."

New Diary of the Dead Behind-the-Scenes Video and Pictures Unleashed

September 10, 2007 06:13:17 GMT


Double treat is given from "Diary of the Dead" filmmakers to horror fans across the globe as they have smoothly brought up a new behind-the-scenes video plus handfuls of new pictures from the flick on the net.

Available at Splatterfilms.com, the video presents some never-before-seen footage from the production of the zombie movie besides interviews with its cast and crew as well as director George Romero. Meanwhile, the images mostly feature film stills apart from few on-set photos.

Two Up for Scotty Role in Star Trek?

September 10, 2007 05:03:07 GMT


Being one of the principal characters in the popular sci-fi franchise, itís no wonder that Montgomery "Scotty" Scott has become such a hot topic to talk about following the plan to develop "Star Trek" for the big screen.

After heavy speculations on James McAvoy as the U.S.S. Enterprise chief engineer, now come new words stating that two other names have been considered for the part, played by late Canadian actor James Doohan in the original series. According to Scotland's The Daily Record, they turn out to be "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints" star Martin Compston, 23, and Scottish comedian Greg Hemphill, 37.

The 2007 Venice Film Festival Winners Announced

September 10, 2007 04:29:21 GMT


Ending the celebration of the 64th edition of Venice Film Festival on September 8, 2007, organizers of the prestigious event finally came to the announcement of the honorees for the festival's principal awards on a ceremony held that day in the Palazzo del Cinema.

Big surprise marked the occasion as sexually explicit spy thriller "Lust, Caution" was bestowed top prize the Golden Lion for Best Film, which was handed to director Ang Lee, who took the same kudos two years ago through his "Brokeback Mountain."

3:10 to Yuma Outguns Halloween in Box Office Competition

September 10, 2007 03:24:32 GMT


Said to be a tough sell these days, Western genre apparently proves otherwise through the great performance "3:10 to Yuma" in theaters during weekend running September 7-9, 2007.

A remake of the 1957 classic, the Lionsgate Films release amazingly surpassed studio's expectation by taking in quite an impressive number of $14.1 million on a historically slow weekend to replace the fright fest "Halloween" as the No.1 movie on the box office.

First Looks of Righteous Kill Featuring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino

September 08, 2007 08:20:09 GMT


It's great to have Robert De Niro and Al Pacino work together again in "Righteous Kill" after their on screen collaboration in 1995's "Heat", but what's greater than this is surely the chance to finally able to grab first two images of them in the same frame, thanks to Seanhenri.com.

Taken from on the film's set at Star Cafe in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, the first picture shows the two acclaimed actor standing in front of a Tow Away Zone sign while the second one captures them outside the bar door with Pacino allegedly shouting "we just wanna talk!" repeatedly into an intercom.

Tons of Actions in New R-Rated John Rambo Trailer

September 08, 2007 07:29:15 GMT


Looks like "John Rambo" can make its way to satisfy most of action fans by the time it comes to theaters late this year judging from the Red Band trailer for the flick that has just arrived on the net.

Full of action scenes, the trailer really shows what an R-rated clip should be as it goes on about one minute seventeen seconds. Body parts are flying with gun shootings and huge explosions being displayed throughout.
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