Following a weekend in which audiences were obsessed with Obsessed and I was in San Diego for 3 days drinking myself into oblivion with some friends where I saw many women who almost made Angelina Jolie look like Roseanne Barr, here’s the latest film news.
First off, here is a pic of the cover of the “Art of Terminator Salvation” book. Is it just me or does the background look a lot like The Matrix‘s real world?
There might not be a third X-Files film or will there be? Fans grill the creator and a key writer about this and more at [Hero Complex] with a video interview.
David Cronenberg’s 1983 thriller Videodrome is getting a remake. [The HD Room] has more info on what is expected to be a big budget sci-fi film with a “nano-technology” focus. If you have seen the original, please share.
The Company Men, not to be confused with In The Company of Men, has added Maria Bello and Craig T. Nelson (“Coach” in the house!) to a cast that already included Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner, and Tommy Lee Jones, not to be confused with Tommy Lee. “You cannot reduce me to his size.” [Movie Jungle]
I came to be an insider film fan through “Premiere” magazine which has been defunct in print form for a few years now. [Thompson on Hollywood] mentions that former magazine “Movieline” is putting it’s archives online but Primo continues to lag behind. Just an FYI for those that care about an older age of film news, before the ‘net.
More Megan Fox Jonah Hex set pics have emerged today via [Movie Gab]. These are sans robe like the previous pics, meaning she is wearing less, meaning that’s a good thing.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall and busted his damn head open, so that is indeed horrific. Hence, Humpty Dumpty comes around, a horror/sci-fi film that [Dread Central] says is to be directed by David R. Ellis of Snakes on a Plane infamy. Can’t wait for this one!!
Finally, [Film School Rejects] tells of Kevin McDonald (State of Play director) next project being Isaac Asimov’s End of Eternity. It bares no relation to the Governator’s End of Days from the past.