Showing posts from August, 2010

'Mission: Impossible 4' Losing Its Title

Here's an interesting article regarding the possible name change of Mission: Impossible 4 . Here's what Moviehole had to say... Yesterday it was announced that Oscar Nominee Jeremy Renner will be one of the two floating heads - the other being series star Tom Cruise - on the upcoming "Mission : Impossible 4" one-sheet. Today it was revealed that Paramount, seemingly even scared to release a film that's title is associated with 'Tom Cruise' , likely won't be calling the film "MI:4" - in fact, it likely won't bare the "Mission : Impossible" moniker at all. It's potentially going to go the "Dark Knight" route and pick a title that's not automatically identified as being part of a series. Variety also says the film won't pick up from where J.J Abrams' "Mission : Impossible 3" left off - whatever that means (no Michelle Monaghan?). Unlike the previous films, where Cruise's Ethan Hunt led a

International Trailer For 'Little Fockers'

Here is the international trailer for Little Fockers , the third film in the Meet the Parents franchise starring Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro. Thanks to /Film for trailer!

'Terminator 3000' Set To Go

There is CG Terminator sequel in the works...and not a sequel to Salvation , but to the 1984 Cameron classic. Here's what Movie had to say... .... don't get too excited AB King, there'd be an even lesser need for Schwarzenegger to appear in this one (though that doesn't mean it mightn't be too difficult to coax him into lending his lungs to it). Hannover House tells us they've entered into an agreement with Vancouver-based Red Bear Entertainment, for "Terminator 3000," envisioned as a $70-million dollar budgeted, 3-D animated feature film based on the characters and situations introduced in the original "Terminator" feature. Though it's suggested the storyline will pick up after the events of the 1984 original, no plot details have been announced. The company is aiming for a PG-13 here. Hemdale produced and distributed director James Cameron's original "Terminator" feature, but released the sequel rights in 1990 to Car

Ving Rhames Returns In 'Mission: Impossible 4'

Ving Rhames has signed on for the fourth Mission: Impossible movie. Here's the scoop Moviehole gave us... Ving Rhames confirmed on Lopez Tonight this week that he'll be back as go-to good-guy Luther Stickell in the recently greenlit "Mission : Impossible 4". In the "M:I" films, Rhames plays an expert computer hacker who works for the fictional "IMF" (Impossible Missions Force) division of the CIA alongside Ethan Hunt. Brad Bird directs the new "Mission : Impossible" film, which, as we reported yesterday, Tom Cruise will be sadly underpaid on.

'Little Fockers' Poster

Below you'll find the poster for Little Fockers , the third film in the Meet the Parents franchise starring Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro. Seems promising enough...