Tuesday, July 28 by
EXTRACT Panel @ Comic-Con Pt. 1 – Watch Movie Trailers After the promising SOLOMON KANE presentation in Hall H, the crowd at Comic-Con was buzzing for geek legend Mike Judge to make a return to his OFFICE SPACE form with his latest flick, EXTRACT. He was joined on stage by cast members Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis, as well. Comedienne du jour Kristen Wiig could not make it because of filming commitments in New Mexico. To Bateman's credit, he was running on an hour's worth of sleep, having just wrapped on the same shoot at 5am, which, it's safe to say, is Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Greg Mottola's alien comedy PAUL…
Tuesday, July 28 by admin
Alright, I'll admit, when I think of what alien-themed Summer flick our reader's will appreciate hearing about, I don't jump to Aliens in the Attic, I think of District 9. However, having been lucky enough to have seen District 9 (review coming soon), I can note that the movie has a distinct lack of hot young Disney stars. Aliens in the Attic, on the other hand, has the beautiful Ashley Tisdale. The High School Musical actress seems to be keeping close to the kids movie/Disney path, so we can't expect to see her in any badass action films like District 9 just yet, but isn't her squeaky clean demeanor part of her appeal?A word from Ashley: "My agent didn`t want me on Disney because I`m older. But honestly, I`m not ready for older roles yet, or even the things older girls do. I am still young."Don't worry, we checked, and she's chronologically old enough for us to recommend that you check out more hot photos of Ashley after the jump!
Tuesday, July 28 by Reza F.
Director: John Schultz Cast: Ashley Tisdale, Andy Richter, Kevin Nealon Synopsis: A group of kids must defend their vacation home from an alien invasion Genre: Comedy Release Date: July 31, 2009
Tuesday, July 28 by
Everyone's been talking – including us – about Matthew Vaughn and Mark Millar's KICK-ASS as being the sleeper hit of Comic-Con 2009, but there's another film deserving of some geek love, and that's SOLOMON KANE, whose panel had the fortune of being sandwiched in between Saturday's LOST: THE FINAL SEASON and EXTRACT presentations in the San Diego Convention Center's imposing 6000+ seat Hall H…
Tuesday, July 28 by
Director: Michael J. BassettCast: James Purefoy, Pete Postlethwaite, Mackenzie Crook, Max von SydowSynopsis: The movie tells the origins of Solomon Kane and is hoped to be the first of a trilogy of movies. When the story opens Kane is a mercenary of Queen Elizabeth I fighting in Africa, but after an encounter with a demon, The Reaper, he realizes he must seek redemption or have his soul damned to Hell. He returns to England and lives a life of peace, converting to puritanism, but soon the doings of an evil sorcerer upset his plans and he must take up arms again.
Tuesday, July 28 by
A militant Palestinian group is angry about their portrayal in Brüno and are now threatening to kill Sacha Baron Cohen according to a report from the Times Online. Cohen is taking the threat seriously and has upped his security. In the film, his alter ego tells Mr. Abu Aita, a member of the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, that "Al-Qaeda is so 2001" and that "Osama looks like a kind of dirty wizard or homeless Santa.” I can understand Baron Cohen's fear but if I were him I would counter with the hard to refute statement, 'How about you don't?'Nothing threatening about these links… Family Guy episode aborted. (THR) Ben Silverman leaves NBC. (Variety) Judd Apatow can get anything he wants green-lit. (Worst Previews) Richard Kelly is not a cheap date. (The Playlist) Excalibur to be drawn again. (Cinema Blend) Harrison Ford Facial Expression Generator. (Cracked)
Monday, July 27 by
Saw VI Sneak Peak – Watch more Movie TrailersThis popped up whilst we were at Comic-Con, so in case you missed it, here's the newest featurette for SAW VI. It's yet another one of Jigsaw's ingenious, Rube Goldberg-esque deathtraps, this time involving a bunch of medical insurance employees. Heed Jigsaw's warning, President Barack Obama! If you don't do something fast, a lot of American insurance workers are going to get ritualistically murdered. On the upside, the playground equipment industry is looking great.These links are looking a lot like the playground equipment industry:Erin Lea Wears Pink Skimpy Outfit (Gorillamask)A Flowchart For How To Break Up With Your Girlfriend (Holytaco)D.J. Caruso Making Dead Space Game Into Movie (Filmdrunk)New Tron Legacy Trailer Features Prominent Lightcycling (Manofest)AT-AT Loft Bed: On My List Of Things I Wish I Had As A Child (Walyou)Hot Tub Time Machine Should Be Funny, But Will It Be? (Pajiba)6 Modern Technologies Animals Invented Millions Of Years Ago (Cracked)15 Suggested Titles For The Octo-Mom Reality Show (Celebjihad)Practical Jokes For Your Closest Enemies (Mademan)BJ Penn's Pool Jump Now Rendered Unimpressive (Cagepotato)10 Awesome Movie Car Crashed (Allleftturns)A Great Gallery Dreams Vs. Reality Photos (Unreality)Turning Your Layoff Into The Good Life (Asylum)Syracuse Mascot Latest Novelty Wedding Reception Act (Bustedcoverage)7 MLB Players That Are/Were Probably On Steroids (Uncoached)9 People Who Are E-Famous For Trolling (Regretfulmorning)10 Ways To Predict The Winner Of A Boxing Match Or Barfight (Bachelorguy)Baseball Playing Robots Don't Need Steroids (Moondogsports)Wanna See Some Homemade Cyst Surgery? (Nothingtoxic)Star Wars Fan Film Winners Win Meet With Olivia Munn (Atomfilms)Mila Kunis Now Joins Portman And Arronofsky In Black Swan (Filmofilia)
Monday, July 27 by Reza F.
Director: Kevin GreutertCast: Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Tanedra Howard, Karen ClicheSynopsis: Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw's legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw's grand scheme is finally understood.
Monday, July 27 by
A hard decision, social experiments, celebrity garage sales, and a double dose of Diddy. Here's your guide to be what's on TV tonight. FIND OUT WHAT TO WATCH AFTER THE JUMP NOTE: ALL TIMES EASTERN AND PACIFIC!!!
Monday, July 27 by admin
Turns out Madeline Zima was only the tip of the ice berg that is hot women in the new horror-heist thriller The Collector. Today, we direct your attention to the lovely Andrea Roth. She's been a TV and film star for quite some time, most recently in a recurring role on the edgy (meaning it's on basic cable and they actually say "sh*t!") drama "Rescue Me." A word from Andrea: "When they were casting, Denis [Leary] was very specific that he didn't want any actors from L.A., and I was living in L.A. at the time."Yet she still got the part. Can you blame Denis Leary though? He would have been stupid not to cast her. Check out more hot photos of Andrea after the jump!
Monday, July 27 by
True Blood season 2 trailer Comic Con – Watch more Funny VideosThe producers of True Blood stopped by Comic-Con this past weekend with the trailer above in tow. It gives us a glimpse at the impending battle between the Dallas Vampires (not an XFL team) and the Light Of Day cult, Marianne's pursuit of Sam, strange bedfellows for Bill and Sookie, and a look at Evan Rachel Wood as the Vampire Queen. It looks like the show is finally ratcheting up the action this season. About time guys.Get your morning links here…Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis team up. (Cinema Blend) Michael Keaton joins Toy Story 3. (Empire)The Hottest Babes of Comic-Con 2009. (Cinematical)Commissioner Gordon says Batman 3 will film next year. (The Playlist) David Tennant will not join The Hobbit. (MTV)
Sunday, July 26 by
Most of the presentations at this year's Comic-Con were staged within the friendly confines of the San Diego Convention Center, and all the parties were held at various hotels downtown. But Twentieth Century Fox picked San Diego's Manchester Grand Hyatt as the venue for an evening with JENNIFER'S BODY, which included a screening, Q&A with cast and crew, and afterparty at the hotel's Kin Lounge. Screen Junkies was lucky enough to get the invite for all of the above, and we have the scoop – including more foxy pics of Fox – after the jump…
Sunday, July 26 by Reza F.
By 9am, the line outside Hall H for the LOST: THE FINAL SEASON panel with co-creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse was already 1000+ fans deep, and the presentation wasn't until 11am. But the 6000+ fans that eventually made it inside were in for a real treat. Cuse and Lindelof came armed with tons of clips and almost equal amounts of special guests, and didn't disappoint even the hardcores that had been camping outside the San Diego Convention Center's Hall H since the night before.
After a montage of some of the creators' favorite LOST-related fan films, Cuse and Lindelof showed the audience a very well done promo for a fake throwback show that supposedly aired in the 80s, and which covered the mysterious Dharma Initiative that is such a huge part of the LOST mythology:
Friday, July 24 by Reza F.
This afternoon, Olivia Munn, Kevin Pereira, Blair Butler and producers behind G4's megahit ATTACK OF THE SHOW held court in Room 5AB of the San Diego Convention Center for a little over an hour. The line to get in looked like it went about half the length of the entire San Diego Convention Center, and we're willing to bet over 500 people had to be turned away in the end. Too bad. Everyone who did get in received a complimentary kazoo and glowstick (more on these later)Introducing the show was none other than Apple's "Steve Jobs," and we have his entire 4-minute address here. Fast forward to the end if you just want a glimpse of Ms. Munn stepping out to her adoring fans.
Friday, July 24 by