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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.

An Update on Dark Knight IMAX Preview

October 24, 2007 04:02:56 GMT


Seems the recent scoop saying "The Dark Knight" will have its prologue shown during the IMAX screenings of "I Am Legend" is legit. Only that the preview will run about five minutes rather than seven minutes as said before, German website Kino.de has revealed.

In its article translated by Batmovienews.com, Kino.de further informed that the footage would tell us how the Joker becomes the most-dreaded gangster in Gotham. Director Christopher Nolan was noted to remark that it is more like "The Rise of the Joker" than "Joker Begins" as he did not tell how the supervillain turns to be what he is.

The 11th Annual Hollywood Awards Recipients Took Honors

October 23, 2007 10:12:39 GMT


Movies of various genres and celebrated figures in Hollywood claimed their prizes yesterday, October 22, 2007 as Hollywood Film Festival organizers held the Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony at Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Scoring the most was musical feature "Hairspray" for it saw star John Travolta take home the Hollywood Supporting Actor of the Year title with producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron accepting the Hollywood Producers of the Year Award. As part of the flick's cast, Travolta was also granted the Hollywood Ensemble Musical Comedy of the Year honor alongside other members like Zac Efron, Elijah Kelley, Brittany Snow, Amanda Bynes, and Nikki Blonsky.

The 17th Annual Gotham Awards Contenders Listed

October 23, 2007 09:12:35 GMT


Coming to its seventeenth anniversary in paying tribute to the innovative films and filmmakers, Independent Feature Project (IFP) came Monday morning (Oct 22) with the announcement of its 2007 Gotham Awards nominees, giving road movie "Into the Wild" and drama comedy "Margot at the Wedding" two nods each.

Both features delightfully land slot in Best Feature alongside the likes of Not "The Namesake", and "Great World of Sound", which leads the pack with three nominations, the other two being those of Breakthrough Director and Breakthrough Actor for Kene Holliday. It is the latter category that "Wild" also scores in for Emile Hirsch, who will be up against Ellen Page of "Juno", Jess Weixler of "Teeth", and Luisa Williams of "Day Night Day Night" besides Holliday.

Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem Set for Exclusive L.A. Con Presentation

October 23, 2007 08:17:03 GMT


Better not missed this great chance, folks, especially those of you residing in Los Angeles and are craving to know more about "Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem." 20th Century Fox as the studio producing the flick will hold an exclusive presentation on the upcoming sci-fi thriller at this year's L.A. Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention!

Held on November 4, 2007 in Shrine Hall, the event will have directors Colin and Greg Strause appeared on stage at 1:00 P.M. to preview special clips as well as to discuss the making of the film and take questions from the audience. It is also expected that the brothers will afterwards stay to sign autographs with Fox providing special give-aways from the movie, so make sure you'll be there.

Veil Lifted from Lions for Lambs at the 51st London Film Festival

October 23, 2007 07:16:47 GMT


The time has finally come for political drama "Lions for Lambs" to be unveiled as it encountered its world premiere yesterday, Monday, October 22, 2007 as part of this year's London Film Festival, highlighted by the arrival of its star Tom Cruise on the red carpet.

The striking actor nicely spent over two hours prior to the screening to greet fans who had waited for him in the cold and wet weather, signing autographs and getting his pictures taken outside London's Odeon Leicester Square, where the premiere was held.

Nick Cassavetes to Be Captain America Helmer?

October 23, 2007 06:19:23 GMT


Early buzz on possible director for Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios' "Captain America" has begun to make sound on the net by now. A tidbit coming from CHUD.com is pointing out that "Alpha Dog" maker Nick Cassavetes may be up for the director's chair in the project.

The site appeared to have been sent an email from one of its readers saying that Cassavetes' mother Gena Rowland has indicated so on the ITV Network's show "This Morning." The actress was quoted to remark her son is "now instead thinking of doing CAPTAIN AMERICA."

Harry Potter 5 Heads 2007 BAFTA Children's Awards Nomination

October 23, 2007 04:57:36 GMT


Just saw its star Emma Watson score a prize at the first UK Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" now is on the run to scoop up more trophies in. The fifth installment of the teen wizard film series has just been nominated for Best Feature Film at this year's BAFTA Children's Awards while also up for the Kids' Vote gong, the only public award in the ceremony.

For the event's top honor, the David Yates-directed fantasy is up against "Flushed Away", "Bridge to Terabithia", and "Happy Feet", which won Oscar's Best Animated Feature Film of the Year back in February. Challenge gets bigger in vying for most votes as it has to face a pack of other summer blockbusters like "Shrek the Third", "Transformers", and "Spider-Man 3", to name few.

American Gangster New York Premiere Full of Stars

October 22, 2007 10:48:00 GMT


The brilliance of New York took some higher notches of brightness when a number of famous figures in U.S. entertainment industry gathered up for the world premiere of crime saga on Friday, October 19, 2007 at the Apollo Theatre.

Bracing the heavy rain, the flick's cast members cheerfully mingled with other celebrities at the scene, cheered up by crowds as they strolled down the red carpet for the screening. Pic's leading actors Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe both arrived with their wives, joined by co-stars Josh Brolin, Cuba Gooding Jr., rapper Common, Lymari Nadal, and Armand Assante.

Spike TV's 2007 Scream Awards Winners Unveiled

October 22, 2007 09:57:41 GMT


An annual celebration of the best in horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and comic genres brought by Spike TV, the Scream Awards once again gave out recognitions to a series of proud titles and names on Friday, October 19 at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre.

Big winner turned out to be none other than phenomenal robot movie "Transformers" as it gloriously swept out five prizes in total, most notably Best Science Fiction Movie. Pic also won its two leading actors Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox the title of Sci-Fi Star and Siren, respectively as well as Best F/X and "Jump-from-Your-Seat" Scene of the Year.

Vampire Tale 30 Days of Night Claims Box Office's Top Slot

October 22, 2007 08:43:57 GMT


As people continue to opt for escapist fare in theaters, it's now the turn of vampire movie "30 Days of Night" to taste its initial triumph on the box office competition running over the weekend of October 19-21, 2007.

Outdistancing its fellow new releases, the Columbia Pictures fright flick successfully garnered quite an impressive amount of $15.95 million in its three-day debut to snatch the top holder of the chart from "Why Did I Get Married?". The Lionsgate release in turn had to go down one place to number two, being only able to put another $12.2 million into its feedbag.

Eva Longoria Toplining New Comedy Pic Lower Learning

October 22, 2007 07:39:24 GMT


It's another big screen role for Eva Longoria. The "Desperate Housewives" star has just been reported to land a starring slot in an elementary school comedy called "Lower Learning" for Starz Media and Ambush Entertainment.

Here the beauty, who recently adopted the last name of hubby Tony Parker behind her own, will be billed as a school inspector assigned to look into shady allegations at a school, run by an unprincipled school principal. Others submitted into the cast include Jason Biggs, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms, Kyle Gass, and Monica Potter.

Second Sweeney Todd Trailer Gets Darker and Bloodier

October 22, 2007 06:56:05 GMT


Cheer up those who expect more blood and gore in the upcoming Tim Burton-director "Sweeney Todd." A second trailer for the flick has finally arrived on the net, bringing with it a much darker tone which gives slight hint that pic will definitely be an R-rated feature.

Now can be watched via YouTube as seen below, the new piece drives out all of the fun of the first, even gives us our initial glimpse of the titular character slashing his victim's neck at the end of it. Yes folks, it's all about vengeance now.
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