Gregor Jordan (Buffalo Soldiers, The Informers) directs Samuel L. Jackson in the terrorist thriller Unthinkable, which centers on a black-ops interrogator (Jackson) and an FBI agent (Carrie-Anne Moss) who press a suspect terrorist (Michael Sheen) into divulging the location of three nuclear weapons set to detonate somewhere within the U.S. Unthinkable – which also stars …
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First trailer for thriller Unthinkable now online

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Taye Diggs joins Brandon Routh in live-action Dylan Dog

Casting news continues for the nightmare investigator Dylan Dog live-action film Dead of Night. Joining the already cast Brandon Routh as Dylan, and Sam Huntington as his sidekick, is Taye Diggs. The actor, who’s currently featured in Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice, will play Night’s leader of the vampires, according to Shocktilyoudrop. Dead of Night …
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R-Rated trailer for The Informers

Somehow The Informers is reminiscent of the 1987 film Less Than Zero for me. At least visually and musically. The story however doesn’t revolve around sex and drug-addicted, wealthy college grads. This time, it’s sex and drug-addicted, wealthy movie executives, rock stars and vampires. The original story comes from a collection of loosely connected short …
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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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Harryhausen to Receive Sci-Fi Honors

Legendary visual-effects wizard Ray Harryhausen will receive the George Pal Memorial Award at the upcoming 32nd Annual Saturn Awards, presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, the academy announced. Harryhausen, the filmmaker behind such fantasy film classics as Jason and the Argonauts and Clash of the Titans, has inspired filmmakers working in fantasy and science fiction around the world, for generations. …
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