Jan 22nd Birthdays

  • Balthazar Getty
  • Bill Bixby

January Releases

  • Scream (2022)
    U.S. Theatrical - 1/14
  • Superman and Lois
    Season 02 (TV) - 1/11
  • Secrets of Playboy
    TV Premiere - 1/24
  • See For Me
    Streaming/VOD Premiere | U.S. Theatrical - 1/7
  • Eternals
    Streaming/VOD Premiere - 1/12

January Events

  • Fan Expo New Orleans (formerly Wizard World)
    Comic Con - 1/7 – 1/9
  • Fan Expo Portland (formerly Wizard World)
    Comic Con - 1/21 – 1/23
  • All Stars of Hip Hop Concert
    Concert - 1/16
  • The Conversation
    Screening Series - 1/14 – 1/27
  • The Hong-Kong-A-Thon Part III: Hong Kong Never Dies!
    Screening Series - 1/8

Saw 2 cast and film synopsis

While investigating the bloody aftermath of a grizzly murder, Detective Eric Mason (Donnie Wahlberg) has the feeling that it is the work of Jigsaw, the notorious killer who disappeared leaving a trail of bodies – and parts – behind. And Mason is right. Jigsaw is at work again. But instead of two people locked in …
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Seven Swords update – it’s seven films

Director Tsui Hark recently confirmed an ambitious plan to make Seven Swords a seven-party series during an interview with the Beijing-based web site Sina.com. The first film, titled Seven Swords, which will get an Asian release starting July 29, was only based on the first chapter of the original book, Seven Swordsmen Leave Heaven Mountains, …
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X-Men 3 director-less again

The Hollywood Reporter wrote recently that X-Men 3, the sequel to 20th Century Fox’s two X-Men features, is once again without a director. The studio said Tuesday that Matthew Vaughn, citing personal reasons, is stepping down as director. Vaughn produced Guy Ritchie’s crime movies Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, and made his …
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Poseidon Adventure Remake Comes Together

The Hollywood Reporter wrote recently that Warner Bros. Pictures finally has its cast together for Wolfgang Petersen’s big-budget remake of The Poseidon Adventure. Kurt Russell, Richard Dreyfuss, Emmy Rossum and Mike Vogel have boarded the picture, while Andre Braugher is in negotiations to join the cast. Like the 1972 original, the story follows the survivors …
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The reasons you should watch Schizo

A bleakly and intriguing first feature from Kazakhstan by Guka Omarova, who attempts to sketch a kind of updated Billy the Kid legend around a juvenile delinquent nicknamed Schizo, drawn into the criminal orbit of his mother’s boyfriend. Presumably, the intentions are sardonic, but a bare-bones scenario and the remote setting leave a lot of …
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More about the Dust to Glory documentary

A new sports documentary from Dana Brown, who produced the wonderful surfing panorama Step into Liquid. His subject now is the annual Baja 1000 road races in Ensenada, Mexico, where contestants compete in half a dozen automotive divisions, from motorcycles and dune buggies to 800 horsepower trucks.

Bride and Prejudice synopsis and yes it features Aishwarya Rai

A sumptuous and rollicking musical comedy update of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The film comes from the same bright spirits that bought us “Bend It Like Beckham.” An exotic English-language entertainment, it’s an a world spanning film, ranging from India to London to Beverly Hills and back while revamping the Austen characters among affluent …
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The Marine coming from WWE

The plot of The Marine revolves around (duh) a marine (John Cena) who returns from battle to find that his girlfriend (Kelly Carlson) is ensnared in a kidnapping plot. It’s being helmed by first-time feature film director John Bonito.

Alan Moore pissed about Vendetta movie

I read on slashdot that Alan Moore, author of the V For Vendetta comic, has publically disassociated himself from the movie based on his comic, and disputes claims of support made by Joel Silver. As a result, he has also pulled the League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic book series from Warner owned DC Comics, and …
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The Weinsteins’ films that will screen at Cannes 2005

Bob and Harvey Weinstein’s new company, The Weinstein Company, as it is known, has snapped up North American rights to a $40 million movie project called Stormbreaker, based on the fictional hero of Anthony Horowitz’s series of novels about 14-year-old superspy Alex Rider. The Weinsteins are also expected to wear their Miramax hats while at …
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Samuel L. Jackson in Afro Samurai

Acclaimed actor and producer Samuel L. Jackson is set to voice and produce the highly anticipated animated action-adventure Afro Samurai for Spike TV, with Japanese anime studio Gonzo and Japan’s largest TV network, Fuji Television. The five episode series will premiere on Spike TV in 2006. Afro Samurai is the tale of a black samurai …
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Devil’s Backbone Sequel News

Doug Jones, who played aquatic agent Abe Sapien in the film Hellboy, recently announced on his official web site that he will reunite with Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro for the upcoming independent Spanish-language horror film Pan’s Labyrinth. Jones will play Pan in the film, which is a sequel to the Mexican director’s 2001 cult …
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Who is directing The Reaping

Joel Silver, producer of the upcoming supernatural thriller The Reaping, recently told Sci Fi Wire that director Stephen Hopkins (who helmed Lost in Space) will begin production on the Reaping this summer. Silver added that The Reaping will aim for a more mature tone than other horror thrillers produced under his Dark Castle banner, such …
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Alfred Hitchcock timeline launches

Download: in Word in PDF FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, April 29, 2005 Jersey City, New Jersey, The film and media resource, review, and entertainment website FilmFetish.com announces the launch of a new multimedia timeline spanning the fifty-year career of thriller genre genius Alfred Hitchcock. The timeline is set to launch at the portal on May …
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