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'Men In Black III' Gets Two New Posters

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The marketing has begun for Men in Black III.  Behold two new teaser posters for the film below...



Christian Bale Talks 'Dark Knight Rises'

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Christian Bale spared some time to talk a little about this co-stars in 2012's The Dark Knight Rises.  Bale also confirmed that this is the last time he will play the caped crusader.
LOS ANGELES – Christian Bale was in a good mood in our recent interview with him. The actor, who can be terse and very serious, was all smiles throughout our talk.
Christian refused to answer some questions in previous interviews, but in this chat at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, no such moment came. He revealed new details about “The Dark Knight Rises” and shared his thoughts about director Chris Nolan and some of his costars, including Anne Hathaway (Catwoman), Tom Hardy (Bane) and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (John Blake).
The 2011 Oscar and Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor winner for his terrific work in “The Fighter” dished about his upcoming two films that reunite him with his “The New World” director, Terrence Malick (whom he calls Terry). He also shared his personal insights about w…

Joseph Mazzello Wants In On 'Jurassic Park 4'

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Joseph Mazzello, known for his role in 1993's Jurassic Park, wants in on the fourth film.
A couple of weeks ago we had Ariana Richards, Lexi from “Jurassic Park”, on the Hole Cast for the release of the dino-hit’s Blu-ray premiere. Though she hadn’t heard anything beyond the internet rumours, Richards naturally expressed interest in reprising her role as the computer-savvy youngster – the role that made her acting career – in the long-rumoured “Jurassic Park 4″.
Today, in an interview with HeyUGuys, Richards’ “Jurassic Park” co-star Joseph Mazzello said he too wants in on the inevitable sequel. Mazello, who has been shooting “G.I Joe 2: Retaliation”, even went one step further – he’s told Steven Spielberg to put him in the film.
I know they are writing it and it’s been developed right now. The last time I saw Steven was at the Emmys and I put the bug in his ear, I have no shame in that! I said, ‘Hey, let me know when you’re doing Jurassic Park 4, ok?’ If it came a…

Fanfilm 'Horror Movie' Delivers The Goods

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Amateur filmmaker Effrem Adams does all the right things right in his YouTube film Horror Movie, a mash-up of all of the great slashers of the '80s and '90s. With a bigger budget, this thing would be sick...So I decided to change things up a bit and post his movie in full, in five parts, below...enjoy...

TV: 'The Munsters' Are Returning

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Now this is interesting.  NBC plans to bring back The Munsters.  No word on cast or premiere date, but this definitely something that SB will follow as it progresses.  Speaking of The Munsters, whatever happened to the proposed movie adaptation the Wayans were rumored to do?
Less than 2 weeks after receiving Bryan Fuller’s script for The Munsters, NBC has given a pilot order to the Pushing Daisies creator’s reboot of the 1960s comedy. Universal Television is producing the project, described as an imaginative reinvention of The Munsters as a visually spectacular one-hour drama. Fuller originally developed The Munsters last season and his was one of very few scripts new NBC chief Bob Greenblatt kept in play when he took over the network in January. Greenblatt rolled the project to get it redeveloped by his team. Fuller’s new outline submitted in September was received well, and his new script was delivered to NBC early this month. Word is that the network envisions the new

'The Simpsons' Sequel Status Update

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Al Jean, executive producer of The Simpsons, recently spoke to Moviehole about the status of the inevitable sequel to The Simpsons Movie...
I had always felt it would be best to wait after the series concluded to do the Simpsons Movie, but when it became clear the show might never end, we decided we had to get cracking on the film. If there is a sequel, there would have to be a script we believed in as much as the first one. At the moment we are concentrating solely on the show. Thanks to Moviehole for the scoop.

Check Out The 'Hostel: Part III' Trailer

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I know this has been out for awhile now, but better late than never, right? So here it is on SB at last: the Hostel: Part III trailer. Takes place in Vegas...could be interesting...

Another Writer To Pen 'Godzilla' Remake

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This is getting a little repetitive now.  Yet again, another writer has been tapped to pen a Godzilla remake/reboot.
Max Borenstein has been tapped to write the planned remake of Godzilla. Gareth Edwards, the director of the indie sci-fi movie Monsters, is attached to direct the creature feature centered on the giant city-destroying and monster-fighting lizard, which is in development at Legendary Pictures. Legendary's Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni are producing along with Dan Lin, Roy Lee and Brian Rogers. Warner Bros. will distribute per its deal with Legendary.
David Goyer (The Dark Knight) previously worked on the script. Borenstein, who just turned in his script for Art of the Steal for Warner Bros and producers Kevin McCormick and Zac Efron, is well acquainted with Legendary. He worked on the company’s in-development Jimi Hendrix biopic, Jimi, and rewrote the outfit’s supernatural fantasy The Seventh Son. The latter, based on the Joseph Delaney YA book, is due to go into pr…

TV: Did 'American Horror Story' Go Too Far?

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Thought I'd stray away from the usual sequel-talk for a moment to share a few thoughts I have on a subject that has been the subject of debate all week (and, no, this is not a post about Penn State).  Here we go...

Did you catch last week's episode of American Horror Story?  Episode seven of the first season, titled "Piggy Piggy" started off with a bang.  The cold opening depicted a disturbingly real take on a school shooting.  And while many critics, writers, reviewers, and hell, fans blasted the show for "going too far", or "crossing the line", I commend the show for its boldness.

One may argue that showing a graphic school shooting is unnecessary, and there's no point in reminding the world of tragedy, but again, I disagree.  I don't think the show went too far at all, in fact, I urge American Horror Story to keep pushing the boundaries.  If a TV show can show us happy things like child birth to remind us of the joy, then why can'…

'Taken 2' Adds Luke Grimes To The Cast

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Luke Grimes (TV's Brothers and Sisters) has joined the cast of Taken 2.  
With Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace and Famke Janssen returning for 20th Century Fox and EuropaCorp's action sequel "Taken 2," director Olivier Megaton has decided to add a fresh face to the franchise, tapping "Brothers and Sisters" star Luke Grimes for a key role.
First film found retired CIA agent Bryan Mills (Neeson) heading overseas to save his daughter (Grace) from a gang of ruthless European kidnappers. In the sequel, the tables are turned, as Mills and his ex-wife are held hostage by the father of a kidnapper Mills killed while rescuing his daughter.
Croatian thesp Rade Serbedzija is set to play the vengeful villain, while Grimes has closed a deal to play Grace's love interest, who will likely have to help her rescue her parents from the baddie's clutches.
"Taken" scribes Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen penned the sequel, which Besson will produce …

Hannibal Lecter Hungry For Primetime TV

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It appears that the iconic literary and film monster Dr. Hannibal Lecter will be making his debut on the small screen -- for an NBC produced show.
Fuller is writing Hannibal, a drama series for Gaumont International Television and producer Martha De Laurentiis, which NBC just bought preemptively. Fuller is writing the script about based on the iconic literary and film character Hannibal Lecter against a 13-episode commitment, meaning that the script will trigger a 13-episode series if NBC likes it. (NBC has a short window to decide upon receiving the draft, with a potential release triggering a penalty.) I hear the network first got interested in the project when Fuller mentioned it casually to the network’s new entertainment president Jennifer Salke over drinks. A well-known foodie as evidenced by Pushing Daisies, I hear Fuller was attracted to the dark, sick side of Hannibal, who tends to feast on his victims. Thanks to Deadline for the scoop.

Ridley Scott Talks 'Blade Runner' Sequel

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Ridley Scott, who has been confirmed to direct the Blade Runner sequel, recently spoke about the new film, which is a sequel, yet no returning cast members will appear.  Yep, no Harrison Ford...
Film director Ridley Scott plans to film a follow-up to his groundbreaking 1982 film, “Blade Runner.”
In an interview, Scott said he is on board to direct a “Blade Runner” follow-up and has been interviewing writers who can help him with the screenplay. Scott says the new project is “liable to be a sequel.”
Scott, 74 years old, recently finished shooting the sci-fi movie “Prometheus” and is an executive producer of a new TV series on Discovery Communications Inc.’s Science Channel, “Prophets of Science Fiction.”
Earlier this year, production company Alcon Entertainment said it was planning a new “Blade Runner” project with Scott at the helm, but it didn’t reveal whether it would be a prequel or sequel to the original film.
“Blade Runner” devotees may not have to wait long for the n…

Second Trailer For 'American Reunion' Is Here

The newest trailer for American Reunion has been released. This is honestly one of my most anticipated films of 2012, so let's hope it doesn't disappoint...


American Reunion - Trailer #1 [VO|HD]by cinemakervideo
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