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Exclusive Never-Before-Seen Heroes 2nd Season Trailer on MySpaceTV

September 18, 2007 05:21:51 GMT


Good news has come for those of you who are extremely curious to see what will happen next in the second season of NBC's "Heroes." A new trailer for the series has delightfully been posted exclusively on MySpaceTV, presenting a never-before-seen footage for all fans worldwide to look at.

Also worth to check out is a cool behind-the-scenes video with the show's production designer Ruth Ammon, which you can view on MySpaceTV as well by clicking this link for sure. In the meantime, do enjoy some production photos taken from scenes in the series' upcoming new season below.

Zoe Saldana Will Be Star Trek's Uhura!

September 18, 2007 04:35:38 GMT


It appears that the last month's scoop from TrekMovie.com indeed rings true. News by The Hollywood Reporter has just stated Zoe Saldana is now in final negotiations to board highly-anticipated flick "Star Trek" as Lt. Uhura, the chief communications officer on the USS Enterprise.

If deals are inked, the actress will officially join the likes of Anton Yelchin, Zachary Quinto, and Leonard Nimoy, who have all been confirmed for the project with Yelchin playing the young Pavel Chekov while Quinto and Nimoy becoming the young and older version of Spock, the Enterprise's Science and First Officer, respectively.

First Official Prince Caspian Poster Unveiled!

September 18, 2007 03:24:19 GMT


Walt Disney Pictures has finally brought up what fantasy fans have probably been waiting for these past months. Yes, it's none other than the first official poster for "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian", the studio's next installment of Narnia film franchise.

Presenting a tagline of "A New Age Has Begun", the poster, as seen on the left, features the titular character himself, played by English actor Ben Barnes, with Aslan the Lion in the background.

Ghost World Maker Terry Zwigoff In Charge of The $40,000 Man

September 17, 2007 09:39:52 GMT


New Line Cinema is giving a new task to Appleton-born filmmaker Terry Zwigoff. Yes, the man is about to perform his helming duties on "The $40,000 Man", the studio's comedy spoof it sets up alongside BenderSpink, Variety has reported.

Apart from directing the flick, Zwigoff is also working on a rewrite on the script, originally penned by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein, with Daniel Clowes, his co-writer in "Ghost World" and "Art School Confidential." For their effort in the former one, the duo received a nomination in best adapted screenplay slot at the 2002 Academy Awards.

Andy Garcia Facing Lawsuit Over His 2005 Film The Lost City

September 17, 2007 09:05:00 GMT


Accused for mimicking a Californian man 's life in 2005's "The Lost City", which he starred, directed, and produced, Andy Garcia has been subjected to a legal suit filed at Los Angeles Superior Court by Carole Lee Shulman.

According to TMZ.com, the actor was claimed by Shulman to steal the identity of her husband Eddie "Shu" Shulman for the movie, which centers on a Cuban nightclub owner fleeing the country's oppressive regime for New York. The man was reported to be a saxophone player who got exiled from Cuba for freedom of expression after Fidel Castro took over in 1958.

The Brave One Victorious on Box Office Fight

September 17, 2007 08:37:01 GMT


Appealing to men for its violent, R-rated content and also to women for its leading star Jodie Foster, vigilante movie "The Brave One" easily transcended gender to fare high in ticket sales and secure the top spot of weekend box office ended Sunday, September 16, 2007.

Scooped $13.5 million in its first three day-run, the Warner Bros. Pictures revenge tale outdistanced last week's champ "3:10 to Yuma" as the Western flick took lower tally of $8.93 million during its second run in the competition. Another new release "Mr. Woodcock" came up as the second runner-up, scoring slightly lesser at $8.76 million.

Hancock Hollywood Set Full of Wrecks

September 17, 2007 07:47:11 GMT


Big mess happened on the set of Peter Berg's "Hancock" as crew continued filming at Hollywood Boulevard on Thursday, September 13, 2007, but fear not, folks, it was just for the purpose of the flick only.

Pictures taken from the site that day displayed few large damages made on a street, presumably intended for action scenes in the movie. Two cars, a Ford Taurus and Daewoo, collided with a truck crashing upside down on the road, cracking the asphalt.

First Indiana Jones 4 Trailer to Debut with Beowulf?

September 17, 2007 07:14:05 GMT


Rumor mill is now grinding on a new topic about "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull": the release date of the first trailer for the highly-anticipated adventure flick.

An inside source to Ain't It Cool News has brought in a tidbit saying fans can expect it to arrive in front of "Beowulf" when the motion-capture picture hits theaters this November on date 16. Recalling executive producer George Lucas' previous hint of the trailer to come around Thanksgiving, the day seems to be a fitting time for it to finally greet the moviegoers.

New Incredible Hulk Toronto Set Photos Surfacing


September 17, 2007 05:25:31 GMT


More images from the set of "The Incredible Hulk" in Toronto have made their way to appear online by now, thanks to RoninKengo from thesixthestate.net.

The new pictures were shot yesterday, September 16, 2007 during the crew's preparation to film scenes on the city's Yonge Street, which has been turned into a Hulk-Smashed version of Harlem. Shooting reportedly will be carried out on the location until this Wednesday, September 19.

Eastern Promises Voted the 32nd TIFF's Best Movie

September 17, 2007 04:19:46 GMT


Despite the big buzz surrounding films with serious topics like war and corruption at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, tense, bloody Russian mob drama "Eastern Promises" turned out to be the picture that moviegoers favored most at the yearly event.

The flick, directed by Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, took top prize of Cadillac People's Choice Award on the final day of the ten-day festival, Saturday, September 15, 2007. The honor, given based on votes from the festival's audience, often is an indicator of Academy Award nominations with past recipients including Oscar's Best Picture winners "Chariots of Fire" and "American Beauty."

Full National Treasure: Book of Secrets Site Launched

September 15, 2007 08:12:34 GMT


Light your adventurous side up, folks, as the official website for "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" has been fully launched by now.

Feel free to check out the trailer and image gallery as well as download wallpapers, AIM icon, and screen-savers featuring the characters from the flick. One that should not be missed is surely the "Gates' Challenge" game, in which you can test out just how great your decoding skills are.

Reservation Road Premiere at the 32nd Annual TIFF

September 15, 2007 07:22:51 GMT


The North American premiere of "Reservation Road" probably became one of the memorable moments for moviegoers to remember from this year's Toronto International Film Festival. That's simply because all of four notable principal cast members delightfully managed to attend the occasion, held Thursday, September 13, 2007 at Roy Thomson Hall.

Yes, the likes of Joaquin Phoenix, Jennifer Connelly, Mark Ruffalo, and Mira Sorvino all were snapped to walk down merrily on the red carpet, all dressed nicely for the screening. Sorvino's husband, actor Christopher Backus, was also present as well as her father, veteran thesp Paul Sorvino, who took time to pose together with his daughter.

A Major Update on Official Saw IV Site

September 15, 2007 06:34:07 GMT


One could probably feel excited and depressed at the same time on the news informing Lionsgate Films has updated the official website for its forthcoming "Saw IV."

The good thing is that the site has interesting, new features to look up to, which include a run-through of past traps and victims and the new "Autopsy" clip. The bad one is, not all of you out there can enter the site easily as it now puts an age verification screen in the home page that visitors must fill in to pass through. Guess this will also bring disappointment to fans living outside the States.

Latina Face Wanted for Next Bond Girl?

September 15, 2007 04:42:09 GMT


It has been some time since the last talk about possible Bond girl for "Bond 22" surfaced, and now a new one has it that producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are in search for a Latina actress for the coveted role.

Report from FilmJerk, claimed to be based on the casting notices sent out yesterday morning (Sept 14), has stated that the wanted talent should be "in her late twenties, preferably with South American roots." What's more, she "must be quite beautiful, able to handle what promises to be a physically demanding role, fluent in English and, last but most certainly not least, a great actress."

Cillian Murphy Joins Al Pacino in Dali and I: The Surreal Story

September 15, 2007 03:55:48 GMT


Equal acting partner for Al Pacino in biographical flick "Dali & I: The Surreal Story" is eventually found. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Golden Globes-nominee Cillian Murphy has already been signed to join the veteran actor in the cast.

Based on Stan Lauryssens’ autobiographical book of the same name, pic, which will span the 1960s-80s, follows the time in the life of famed painter Salvador Dali when most of his great work was behind him and he became more flamboyant. Murphy is billed to play Lauryssens, an art dealer whom Pacino’s Dali developed a mentor-protege relationship with.
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