ASC Award Winners

The 20th annual American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Awards for outstanding achievement in 2005 was held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. Winners included Memoirs of a Geisha for feature films, HBO’s Warm Springs for TV movies, and the Who Shot Sherlock CSIepisode for regular television series. Sydney Pollack received the ASC Board of Governors award, and special awards were …
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Rush Hour 3 A Go

I really enjoyed “Rush Hour 2.” I thought the film had beautifully choreographed action sequences, great on-location shots, and was generally very funny and feel-good. So I am looking forward to this one. It’s been too long, and Chris Tucker needs to get back to work. His potential to become the next big on-screen comedian is real. …
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32nd Saturn Award Winners Announced

The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has announced the winners for the 32nd Annual Saturn Awards. The 32nd Annual Saturn Awards were presented at a gala affair in Universal City, California on May 2, 2006. The event attracted many of the top producers, directors and actors working in genre entertainment. The awards were spread out …
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Brand NEW Pirates of the Caribbean 2 Trailer

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest hits screens on July 7, 2006. In the sequel, Jack Sparrow owes an unpaid debt to Davy Jones and his army of sea-phantoms; that is, his soul. Now, he must find a way to save himself from becoming one of them, and suffering forever. Below is a link to …
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Superman Returns Trailer 2

The thundering smooth pulse of Superman theme music, as the Man of Steele returns to the sky, and theaters, on June 30, 2006. Bryan Singer’s Superman is sure to bring something completely new to the franchise, and there is certainly a lot to live up to (well… at least parts 1 and 2). But I know Singer is up …
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Houdini Biopic Coming

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Catherine Zeta-Jones is in negotiations to star in the upcoming Houdini indie biopic Death Defying Acts opposite Guy Pearce. Described as a lavish period film, Death Defying Acts centers on the magician and showman during the height of his career in 1926, when he toured the world, amassing large crowds with his elaborate and daring escape performances. Zeta-Jones will …
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Vatican Calls For Da Vinci Code Boycott

The Hollywood Reporter has a report about The Vatican, which says it has called for a Catholic boycott against The Da Vinci Code when the film opens around the world on May 19. The boycott call was made by Archbishop Angelo Amato, the second-ranking official in the Vatican’s Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith. This office is the Vatican’s …
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Jakes on Halloween: The Missing Years and More

Recently, screenwriter Jake Wade Wall spoke to Moviehole about some of his upcoming projects, including The Hitcher remake, Halloween 9 and When a Stranger Calls 2. “It looks like it’s finally set to go. I know that they’re in the process of nailing down a really big director…but I haven’t been able to figure out who it is yet”, Wall tells the film …
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New Casting for Transformers Movie

DreamWorks has confirmed that Megan Fox (Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen) has signed on to play the female Lead, Mikaela, in the upcoming live action Transformers movie, which will be directed by Michael Bay (Armageddon, Bad Boys II, The Island). Other recent casting for Transformers include Shia Labeouf (The Battle of Shaker Heights) playing Spike Witwicky, Jon Voight (Pearl Harbor) will play Keller, Tyrese Gibson as Epps, Bernie …
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Livin’ LARP From The Red Carpet

Charles Maye returns… and this time he’s on the red carpet at the LARPY’s. I’ll let Charles explain exactly what the LARPY’s are… Read on. I went to the inaugural LARPY AWARDS this past Sunday. Yeah, the LARPIES! Yeah!  Oh. My bad. You guys have absolutely NO idea what the LARPIES is, huh?  Before this past …
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New Pulse Trailer

Pulse is loosely based on the Japanese horror film Kairo, about teens who investigate a series of suicides linked to an internet webcam that promises visitors the chance to interact with the dead. The screenplay was written by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, who directed Kairo and is directed by Jim Sonzero (War of the Angels). It hits theaters on July 14, 2006. View the NEW creepy …
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Another Hilarious Clerks II Trailer

I found another great trailer for Clerks II. In the sequel to Kevin Smith’s indie debut, a fire at Dante and Randall’s shops sends them looking for new horizons, but they end up at Mooby’s, a fictional Disney-McDonald’s-style fast-food empire. Clerks II hits theaters on August 18, 2006. See the trailer RIGHT HERE. Get more info on Clerks II RIGHT HERE.