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The 7 Greatest Action Movie Enforcers
Monday, July 29 by

In honor of Elysium

The 5 Greatest Nerd Movies of the Past 10 Years
Saturday, July 20 by Lee Keeler

Armored suits and teeny kahoots! Lock down that pocket protector for The Five Greatest Nerd Movies of the Past Ten Years!   “Iron Man” (2008) This is not a superhero…

These Movie Space Colonies Are No Where You’d Want To Call Home
Monday, September 24 by Frost

Home is where your spaceship crashes. No matter how new a planet is to you, you’re eventually going to tire of having to see Ewoks playing catch all day or…

MATT DAMON!
First Official ‘Elysium’ Pic: Matt Damon Holds Large Future Gun
Thursday, July 5 by

That’s about what we expected.

6 African Movies That Every Westerner Should See
Thursday, April 26 by John Coon

Life for the average African is turbulent. A cycle of poverty, disease, warfare and corruption is what greets them each day. Several movies powerfully capture a slice of life on…

I loved you in the Black Hole Sun video.
7 Surprise Hits Besides ‘The Devil Inside’
Monday, January 9 by

Satan is an official household name now.

Most Famous Alien Movies Of All Time
Sunday, March 27 by Sheldon Reid

The most famous alien movies of all time are fantastic tales of visitors from outer space. Some of these creatures come in peace, while others want nothing less than the…

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‘District 9′ Writer Hopes A Movie Based On A Supernatural Romance Novel Will Be Successful
Thursday, February 17 by

Can a movie about sexy supernatural teenagers find an audience?

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Is There An Alien Sleeper Cell Inside ‘District 9′?
Wednesday, January 12 by

Bill Block, half of the producing team behind the surprise hit District 9, is developing a new science fiction movie. Will it be… the next District 9?

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Jodie Foster To Make a Good Sci-Fi Movie
Monday, January 3 by

Neil Blomkamp is on a roll. The District 9 director just snagged Jodie Foster, who needs to make up for Contact, for his as-of-yet unexplained sci-fi picture, Elysium

Sam Raimi Is Assembling ‘Earth Defense Force’
Thursday, September 30 by

"I'ma step out for a few, and I want all this sh*t cleaned up by the time I get back."
Would you guys go see Battleship if Sam Raimi produced or directed it? Because he's pretty much doing that. He's not involved in Battleship per se, but he and District 9 producer Bill Block are working together to get the sci-fi epic EDF (Earth Defense Force) off the ground.
The story sounds like the usual aliens vs. Earth fare. It begins when a squad of aviators venture into Chinese waters to rescue a submarine's distress call. When they get there, the Chinese attack. Naturally, it's all an alien trap that both sides have foolishly walked into and they are blown out of the sky. Then the aliens go and jack up a bunch of landmarks and military bases before disappearing. Earth then must put its differences aside and pull it together before the aliens return and house our remaining landmarks. F*cking aliens, man. No word yet on whether Raimi will direct but it's more likely he will serve as a producer. At any rate, let's hope Bruce Campbell still has that Admiral costume from a few Halloweens ago. (Vulture)

Is ‘District 10′ Filming This Fall?
Sunday, April 25 by

Break open a celebratory tin of cat food! A source at Weta has told MarketSaw that a sequel to District 9 is in pre-production and will go before cameras this October. Peter Jackson will once again produce with Neill Blomkamp back in the director's chair. There's no word yet about the plot or the title of the sequel. Though my well-placed sources (who wish to remain anonymous) tell me they may involve an Electric Boogaloo.

Cop These ‘District 9′ Gats
Friday, February 5 by

Be the hardest geek in yo' hood with these life-size replicas of the burners from best picture nominee District 9. Them heads at Peter Jackson's Weta Workshop is slingin' the Gas Generator and Arc Generator pieces for 5 c-notes each. So, if you beefin' with some Trekkie who needs to get got, now you got the hardware to do so. Aaassa lama lakum, my brotha. (via /Film)

PEE-WEE HERMAN STAGES HIS COMEBACK
Tuesday, August 11 by

1980's nostalgia continues to boom as Paul Reubens has announced that he'll be dusting off the red bow-tie. The LA Times reports that Pee-wee Herman will perform onstage in Hollywood this November for a limited engagement at the Music Box @ Fonda. Perhaps if this run is successful it will lead to the big screen productions Reubens has been trying to get off the ground for the last nine years. The actor stated, "I've put part of him away for a long time but part of him has always been here with me. I think it will be like riding a bike — which is not a bad analogy for Pee-wee, by the way." Although his humor is off the beaten track, I'm glad that Reubens decided to pound the pavement and put this show together. His laziness was beginning to rub me the wrong way. On an unrelated note, I wonder if he listens to The Strokes?Check out these big adventurous morning links…Exclusive interview with District 9 director Neill Blomkamp. (Latino Review) Wolverine Goes To Japan. (First Showing)Design a poster for Triangle. (Empire)Courtney Cox will say anything. (Dread Central)Kathryn Bigelow gets some action in Brazil. (Cinematical)Tara Reid back on the sauce. (Cinema Blend)

THIS THURSDAY!! ‘DISTRICT 9′ MIDNIGHT SCREENINGS!!!
Monday, August 10 by

 Anticipation is in the air as nerd boners stiffen and engorge across the country. The eagerly-awaited District 9 opens THIS THURSDAY AT MIDNIGHT and that means that YOU can be one of the first to see it. According to early buzz and our review, the movie is stellar. You should definitely stay up late to catch what looks to be one of this summer's best. I'd stay up to watch it but I've got to deliver my papers in the morning. It's my sworn duty and I intend to honor it. (District 9) Focus your eyeballs on these morning links… Some info about The Thing prequel. (/Film) Paul Giamatti replaces Sean Penn in The Three Stooges. (Empire)  Sum Dood cast as Green Hornet's Kato. (Cinematical) Salma Hayek totally unshaven. (Dread Central) Doug Liman is the new Hero of the Hudson. (Cinema Blend) Awesome scenes from G.I. Joe cartoon box set. (io9) So happy that Tuco made this list. (Pajiba)

REVIEW: ‘DISTRICT 9′
Tuesday, July 28 by

To Whoever Shut Down The Halo Film:I had my sneaking suspicions before, but now I can safely say that you are all complete idiots.  Let me make one thing clear: I have yet to actually read why you shut down the Peter Jackson-produced and Neill Blomkamp-directed adaptation of the popular video game franchise Halo.  I believe I read at one point that it was something related to money.  I find this funny, because it seems like if you had just made the movie, it would have made tons of money.  More money than you could ever imagine…

‘DISTRICT 9′ OFFICIAL TRAILER
Thursday, July 9 by
NIC CAGE DID NOT HIRE A VOODOO PRIESTESS
Thursday, June 11 by

While talking with HitFix, Nicolas Cage eschewed the rumors that he hired a Voodoo Priestess to remove a curse from the set of Sorcerer's Apprentice. Of course he didn't hire a voodoo woman to remove a curse from his set. He hired her because she has the best weed.Check out these other morning headlines… Just because Tony Kaye wants to direct Mickey Rourke's script doesn't mean that Tony Kaye will get to direct Mickey Rourke's script. (The Playlist)Ed Helms really yanked his tooth for The Hangover. (Cinema Blend)JJ Abrams set to produce Mission: Impossible 4: The Impossible Mission. (/Film)Todd McFarlane is delusional. (MTV)Hilarious book Ghosts/Aliens to be adapted into kinda-alright Comedy Central series. (Dread Central)England loves our poop. (io9)NEW District 9 trailer. (Pajiba)