John Woo eyes sports film project

Action auteur John Woo may be shifting gears for his next project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director told attendees of a charity dinner recently in Beijing, that he hopes to make a sports movie with champion Olympic hurdler Liu Xiang and gold medalist diver Guo Jingjing. Woo has a full plate right now, …
More

Want a free Sukiyaki Western Django t shirt?

The first 150 moviegoers to the opening day of Sukiyaki Western Django this Friday, will go home with a new shirt on their backs. That’s because producers will be giving them free, limited edition Sukiyaki Western Django t-shirts at the door (see design). That’s not a bad deal, and the design is funky. Details on …
More

The Hulk to smash onto Blu-ray globally

  Variety reports that Universal will release The Incredible Hulk on Blu-ray day-and-date internationally on October 13, 2008, which is ahead of the October 21st U.S. DVD release. This marks the first time a Universal Blu-ray release will hit store shelves day-and-date internationally.   The move is part of a push from Universal to boost …
More

Noir martial arts film Bunraku film details

Bunraku is a noir martial arts live-action/animation hybrid film, that revolves around a mysterious drifter (Josh Hartnett) and an ardent young Japanese warrior Yoshi (Gackt), who both arrive in a town that is terrorized by outrageous and virulent criminals. Each is obsessed with his separate mission, and guided by the wisdom of The Bartender (Woody …
More

Woody Harrelson: zombie killer

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Woody Harrelson will soon be splatting zombie heads, in the Ruben Fleischer horror comedy Zombieland. The film follows a mismatched pair of survivors who find friendship and redemption in a world overrun by zombies. Harrelson will play Albuquerque, one of the two men. Film Fetish Trivia: According to various reports, …
More

Interactive content series launches for Dead Space

EA has premiered noknownsurvivors.com, an evocative, experiential site that allows visitors to explore the narrative world of the new survival horror game, Dead Space. Over nine weeks, the site employs interactive components, 3D animations, voice acting, original video, and Papervision 3D technology to tell two tragic four chapter stories. The First, Misplaced Affection, is the …
More

Starz Media releases Righteous Kill: The Game

Righteous Kill: The Game was released yesterday, which is inspired by the upcoming crime thriller Righteous Kill. The film will be released theatrically on September 12th. The movie stars Robert De Niro and Al Pacino as two veteran New York City detectives who are on the trail of a vigilante serial killer. Similarly, the game …
More

Marvel characters to get anime treatment

As part of the company’s aggressive strategy to grow the exposure of its character franchises in international markets, Marvel is partnering with Madhouse (Ninja Scroll, Vampire Hunter D), one of the top Japanese animation studios in the world, to create brand new characters inspired by the Marvel Universe for the Japanese market. Working closely with …
More

MTV to offer exclusive on-demand content on Amazon

MTV Networks will use Amazon’s CreateSpace DVD on Demand technology to make popular MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and VH1 shows – including “Newport Harbor,” “Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew,” “Drake & Josh” and “Hey Arnold!”, available on Amazon.com. All of these newly released DVDs will initially be available exclusively on Amazon.com, and today marks the …
More

Enter the Redbelt Train With a Legend Sweepstakes

Sony Pictures is running a contest to support the release of David Mamet’s Redbelt on DVD. The Train With a Legend Sweepstakes is giving away one personal training package at Randy Couture’s Legends Mixed Martial Arts Training Center in Hollywood, California, consisting of three days of training from the gym’s staff of trainers; one personal …
More