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Casting on Live-Action G.I. Joe Movie Begins

October 26, 2007 04:19:04 GMT


Moving the project into the next stage of development, Paramount Pictures has delightfully started the casting process for "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra", which it now refers as "Untitled Stephen Sommers Project", Superhero Hype! has claimed.

The site further informs production will start in mid-February next year in Prague and Los Angeles. To meet the schedule, this could only mean that scribe Stuart Beattie has to quicken his pace in finishing his script revisions before the intended Writers Guild of America's strike at the end of this month.

Carmen Electra-Starrer Christmas in Wonderland One-Sheet Launched

October 26, 2007 03:43:32 GMT


Getting prepared for the release of its upcoming holiday flick "Christmas in Wonderland", Yari Film Group has smoothly released a really merry poster for the movie , which will supposedly be Carmen Electra's last flick in 2007.

As seen on the left, the one-sheet has the background of the mall's interior where the family comedy's story mostly takes place. The Saunders siblings were pictured cheerfully riding a motorbike inside the building with the crooks chasing them behind. On its left side, just above the title, a tagline read "Two kids, a mall, a million in cash, ... what could go wrong!" is printed in blue.

Lions for Lambs Got Five More Clips and New Featurette

October 25, 2007 09:49:40 GMT


There are tons for you to see from Tom Cruise-starrer "Lions for Lambs" this time, folks. MGM and United Artists as the studios behind the political drama have delightfully launched five new clips from the flick plus a new featurette presenting interviews with supporting cast members, Derek Luke, Michael Pena, and Andrew Garfield.

All posted at IESB.net, the clips and featurette can also be reached via Lions for Lambs Trailer section at AceShowbiz. Some of them are already available on YouTube as you can see one below.

Dan in Real Life World Premiere Rattled Hollywood

October 25, 2007 08:55:09 GMT


The world's famous El Capitan Theater in Hollywood displayed a blinding light yesterday, October 24, 2007 as packs of stars merged together to celebrate the world premiere for Touchstone Pictures' "Dan in Real Life."

Male lead Steve Carell was noted flashing friendly smile as he arrived on the scene to walk down the red carpet, dressed in dark suit and gray shirt minus tie. Joined the funnyman were other cast members that included Dane Cook, Juliette Binoche, Marlene Lawston, and Brittany Robertson with director Peter Hedges and singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche, who worked on the original music for the flick, completing the lineup.

CG Animated Happy Feet Deemed the 2007 EMA Awards' Best Flick

October 25, 2007 07:42:28 GMT


Kudos and recognition still get directed to "Happy Feet" as the prancing penguin toon was named best feature film at this year's Environmental Media Association Awards, which celebrated its seventeenth anniversary yesterday, October 24, 2007.

The Warner Bros. Pictures release was recognized for its ecologically uplifting and informative message, particularly the campaign to stop commercial overfishing of the Antarctic. Pic beat out its three competitors of "Evan Almighty," "Fast Food Nation", and "Miss Potter."

Pregnant Halle Berry Headlined Things We Lost in the Fire UK Premiere

October 25, 2007 06:48:19 GMT


Marking the first full week of the running of the 51st London Film Festival, ensemble drama "Things We Lost in the Fire" took its turn to show up as part of the festival's lineup yesterday, October 24, 2007, and let the spotlight go down on its female lead Halle Berry.

Despite the cold weather, the four months-old pregnant actress looked comfortable and radiant in Grecian-style low-cut royal blue gown as she made her way down the red carpet to the premiere held at Odeon West End in the city's Leicester Square. The beauty was noted to spend over half an hour showing her bump off to photographers also signing photographs.

Oscar Winner Jamie Foxx Doing Zebra Murders

October 25, 2007 05:09:07 GMT


It's time to wear the police badge again for Jamie Foxx after doing so in "Miami Vice." The Oscar winner has just been reported by Variety to about topline a new crime thriller feature entitled "The Zebra Murders: A Season of Killing, Racial Madness, and Civil Rights" as well as to produce via his Foxx-King Entertainment.

Based on Prentice Earl Sanders and Bennett Cohen's 2006 book, project chronicles the series of racially motivated serial killings - black on white - that took place in San Francisco from 1973 until 1974. Foxx is said to play Sanders, one of two black police detectives who headed the team cracking the case while also fighting harassment within the police department.

Pictures from James Cameron's Avatar Wellington Set

October 25, 2007 04:40:02 GMT


The James Cameron ambitious project known as "Avatar" is on its way to fulfill the promise of boasting remarkable special effects you never imagine of, if looking from several pictures of outdoor set from the picture.

Courtesy of Flickr.com, the images, taken from the flick's set in Wellington, New Zealand, showcase huge green screen used for shooting the movie, which, as Cameron said, will be composed of sixty percent computer-generated elements.

Wolverine Scoop: Script Problem, Young Wolverine, and Filming Date

October 25, 2007 03:40:14 GMT


It appears that few decisions have been made on the heels of the announcement of the May 1, 2009 release date of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." That's if tidbits regarding the project brought by several sources are proven legit.

The first one coming from Filmonic.com claimed that a change has occurred on the creative mind behind the flick's screenplay, saying the original one crafted by David Benioff will have a re-write under "Hitman" scribe Skip Woods. Scoop is supported by a recent article on the LA Times, which reported that 20th Century Fox turned out to issue "an urgent SOS to the major agencies looking for a quick rewrite person" days before the launch date announcement.

Love Guru's First Look Snaps Mike Myers and Jessica Alba

October 24, 2007 10:08:14 GMT


Imagine Mike Myers in long brown hair with curly mustache and long beard, and that's what you get in the very first picture from his upcoming vehicle "The Love Guru."

Brought by USA Today, the photo, as seen on the left, also captures Myers' beautiful co-star Jessica Alba in, who flashed her white teeth while looking lovely in yellow dress. In the comedy, the latter is portraying the owner of a hockey team and the love interest of Myers' Pitka.

Jessica Biel Highlighting New Crime Flick Die a Little

October 24, 2007 09:53:43 GMT


Opted to ditch Wonder Woman role in "Justice League of America", Jessica Biel turned out to go for a more humane part in her next move. According to Variety, the actress is now poised to topline a crime thriller titled "Die a Little" which United Artists is developing.

Pic is an adaptation of Megan Abbott's novel of the same name that explores how the lives of a schoolteacher and her LAPD detective brother are turned upside down by a mysterious woman. Unlike the original material, however, it will be set in the present day instead of the 1954 Los Angeles set depicted in the book.

Nominees Picked Up for the 2007 British Independent Film Awards

October 24, 2007 09:52:41 GMT


Once again celebrating the achievement in independently funded British movies, organizers of the British Independent Film Awards have smoothly rolled down the list of eligible titles and names to vie for the honors in the event's tenth anniversary.

Leading the pack is biographical feature "Control" as it remarkably took ten nods in total, most notably that of Best British Independent Film. To win the prize, pic, however, faces tough competition from the likes of "And When Did You Last See Your Father?", "Notes on a Scandal", "Hallam Foe", and "Eastern Promises."

New Mummy Still Featuring Jet Li as the Dragon Emperor

October 24, 2007 07:46:42 GMT


Never miss to give an update to his official blog for his current project "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor", director Rob Cohen has delightfully posted another production still from the project, this time featuring the first look of martial arts expert Jet Li.

As seen on the above left, the photo shows the back image of Brendan Fraser as Rick O'Connell as he is about to take a kick from a gravity-defying Li, who plays a despotic Emperor in 50 B.C. whose evil is punished by a terrible curse. Li, according to Cohen, just shot his scene of riding a black stallion into battle in a jade armor on Monday, October 22, 2007.

Two More I Am Legend Trailers Coming


October 24, 2007 07:03:58 GMT


What a huge treat moviegoers are given this time. Not only they can catch an international trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures' upcoming "I Am Legend", but also a second domestic trailer for the action horror as well by now.

The international version, previously leaked at Worstpreviews.com, is posted on HD format at Media.kino-govno.com while the domestic one is available on the flick Iamlegend.warnerbros.com/myspace. Both open with the Brooklyn Bridge evacuation scene, these two can also be accessed via I Am Legend Trailer section at AceShowbiz.

Second Rambo Trailer Unveiled!

October 24, 2007 05:06:55 GMT


Lionsgate Films apparently is wasting no time in promoting the fourth installment of the iconic Vietnam War veteran series. Recently unleashed the first poster for the flick, now the studio already brings something new for fans to watch. Yes, it's the second trailer of "Rambo"!

Available now at YouTube as seen below, the trailer runs about two and a half minutes and still boasts some explosive scenes here and there though is less gory than the first one. Footage is presented in a time-line fashion, showing us the titular character's early refusal to help before finally going back in action to rescue the kidnapped missionaries.
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