Screen Junkies » Jonathan Liebesman http://www.screenjunkies.com Movie Reviews & TV Show Reviews Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:23:15 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 New ‘TMNT’ Trailer Reveals All The Turtles http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/new-tmnt-trailer-reveals-all-the-turtles/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/new-tmnt-trailer-reveals-all-the-turtles/#comments Thu, 01 May 2014 14:16:38 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=261382 I like turtles.

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When crime runs rampant and causes skyscrapers to bend in half, that’s a pretty clear sign that the city needs heroes. So what do you do when a city is in need? Inject some ooze into turtles and train them to be ninjas to fight the evil ninjas that big cities are known for having. It looks like producers of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles heard your nerd wails and dressed up the original trailer with action shots of each turtle. Yes, they still have those tiny noses and freaky nostrils but tons of stars from the 80′s and 90′s have had nose jobs. It’s their faces, they can do what they want.

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Johnny Knoxville Called In To Improve ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/johnny-knoxville-called-in-to-improve-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/johnny-knoxville-called-in-to-improve-teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles/#comments Thu, 03 Apr 2014 19:42:21 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=260819 It's another kick in the balls.

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Perhaps in an attempt to assuage the hot nerd hate directed toward the Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, the decision has been made to add Johnny Knoxville. Deadline reports that Knoxville will provide the voice for Leonardo while Monk’s Tony Shalhoub will voice Master Splinter. The plan is to have the familiar voices dubbed over those of motion-captured Pete Ploszek and Seinfeld‘s Danny Woodburn.

So far, there are no plans to improve Megan Fox’s performance.

 

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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Trailer: Cowabunga Good Or Cowabunga Bad? http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-trailer-cowabunga-good-or-cowabunga-bad/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-trailer-cowabunga-good-or-cowabunga-bad/#comments Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:15:54 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=260569 It's definitely a Michael Bay film.

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The first trailer for the Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film is here and I’m not mad at it. YOU may be upset with the Bay-ification of the beloved crime fighters but I’m feeling it. Gone are the dopey rubber suits of the 1990′s film and here, amongst shots left over from Transformers: Rise of the Fallen, are impressive CGI turtles who can move like actual ninjas. There’s no way around this being a weird film, but I feel like we need to applaud Bay’s restraint here. The fact that the first preview doesn’t feature anything racially offensive shows progress. Bay is really maturing.

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The Michael Bay-Produced ‘TMNT’ Casts Master Splinter, Gets Super Weird http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/the-michael-bay-produced-tmnt-casts-master-splinter-gets-super-weird/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/the-michael-bay-produced-tmnt-casts-master-splinter-gets-super-weird/#comments Tue, 16 Apr 2013 12:28:40 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=254416 At least he didn't cast Ken Jeong.

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Yesterday our suspicions were confirmed that Jerry Ferrera has been living in the sewer since Entourage went off the air. Today, we get news of another recognizable face going underground. This time, for work reasons.

The Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reimagining just keeps getting weirder and weirder. Danny Woodburn, best known for playing Mickey on Seinfeld and as the gangster murdered with a toilet in Watchmen, has been cast to play the turtles’ rodent mentor in the bizarrely cast film. Megan Fox and Will Arnett have recently joined as well, with unknowns Ian Ritchson, Pete Ploszek, Jeremy Howard, and Noel Fisher playing the turtles.

What remains unknown is whether Splinter will be brought to life via motion capture or prosthetic makeup but seeing as Woodburn is neither known for martial arts or being Asian, it’s an inspired and interesting choice. Plus we can all be happy that Bay showed restraint and didn’t cast Ken Jeong. (Deadline)

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Oh, Wait. What? ‘Wrath Of The Titans’ Looks… Awesome? http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/oh-wait-what-wrath-of-the-titans-looks-awesome/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/video/oh-wait-what-wrath-of-the-titans-looks-awesome/#comments Tue, 20 Dec 2011 14:00:07 +0000 Wookie Johnson http://www.screenjunkies.com/?post_type=video&p=240204 How the hell did that happen?

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We must be living in a world gone crazy. Just last week the trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation kicked my ass, and now here’s a look at Wrath of the Titans that’s got me amped too. What the hell is happening? Is it just me? Did an amoeba from my neti pot eat the part of my frontal cortex that regulates what sucks and what doesn’t?

Okay. The hackneyed use of Marilyn Manson is a sure indicator that this movie will suck, but you’ve gotta admit that the monsters and traps that Perseus fights his way through look a lot more creative. The Titans themselves, and the Cyclops and Griffin (or whatever it is) scenes look particularly intense, but I’m not too sure about the giant lava monster at the end. Do they make lava krakens now?

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All Hail Caesar’s Biopic! http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/all-hail-caesars-biopic/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/all-hail-caesars-biopic/#comments Wed, 13 Jul 2011 19:28:03 +0000 Penn Collins http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=220053 It doesn't cover the assassination and that total backstabber Brutus.

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This is really turning into a banner month for hungover history teachers. First there’s news of an I, Claudius retelling that’s supposed to clock in at over eight hours, and now Warner Bros picks up a Julius Caesar film that chronicles his detail in Spain and eventual reign over the Roman Empire. With these educational historical dramas, they’ll be able to quietly nap through the entire semester.

The untitled Caesar film will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman, who recently finished Battle: Los Angeles. The film will be written by Chris Boal, who has something of an affinity for Caesar scripts, recently wrote the play 23 Knives, which focuses on Caesar’s autopsy. Should everything come together on this project, the idea is to follow it up with a second film that follows Caesar’s entry to Egypt and his (*spoiler alert for dropouts*) eventual assassination. (Deadline)

 

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Review: Battle: Los Angeles http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-review/review-battle-los-angeles/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-review/review-battle-los-angeles/#comments Thu, 10 Mar 2011 04:54:36 +0000 Fred Topel http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=198814 Exactly what you expect it to be and it delivers on that: Team of marines all with their personal issues, some civilians for the heart, rah rah patriotism and big explosions.

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Battle: Los Angeles is exactly what you expect it to be and it delivers on that: Team of marines all with their personal issues, some civilians for the heart, rah rah patriotism and big explosions.

Staff Sgt. Nantz (Aaron Eckhart) is too old for this shit. He’s about to retire and has one last troop to train. He’s notorious because his last squad didn’t make it. He had to make a tough call and he’s living with it. We meet the gang. Lt. Martinez (Ramon Rodriguez) has a pregnant wife. Cpl. Harris (Ne-Yo) is planning a wedding. Everyone gets a defining prologue.

Then aliens land. Seeing an invasion of Santa Monica beach via news cameras is pretty cool. Then Martinez has to take the unit into battle on the streets of Santa Monica. They should call it Battle: Santa Monica. The military has a blockade at Lincoln Ave. and they’ve got three hours to evacuate civilians before an air strike.

The war zone effects look really good. It actually does look like the streets of Los Angeles are burning (downtown in wide shots, but mostly close up rubble.) There are some great shots of decimated freeways. The action escalates well. The finale really is the biggest battle, and there are plenty of thrilling sequences before. Nantz’s decoy mission with the walkie talkies incorporates tactics with alien drone ships.

The camera could shake less but it’s okay. At least the excuse could be it’s Black Hawk Down style, with brief glimpses of the aliens at first and disorienting perspective. It’s honest though. They teach you the geography and identify locations with on screen text. You can mostly tell who is who. Everyone has enough visible distinctions, including war paint, so you know it’s “that guy” even if you don’t remember his name.

Midway into the operation they run into civilians Michele (Bridget Moynahan) and Joe (Michael Pena) and his kid. There’s no juicy civilian drama. Nobody’s a reprehensible convict or anything. Just a veterinarian who can get her hands dirty on an alien carcass, and a family man with kids. Other military stragglers like Tech Sgt. Santos (Michelle Rodriguez) join up to explain how the alien ships work.

Somehow you do care about these characters. You want Lt. Martinez to make it back to his wife so no one has to deliver the letter he wrote to her. You can see that Nantz is visibly shaken by his alien encounter. You can totally tell who’s going to make it and who’s not by movie rules, but it works.

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Jonathan Liebesman On Why CGI In ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Isn’t Crappy http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jonathan-liebesman-on-why-cgi-in-battle-los-angeles-isnt-crappy/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jonathan-liebesman-on-why-cgi-in-battle-los-angeles-isnt-crappy/#comments Mon, 07 Mar 2011 21:14:30 +0000 Fred Topel http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=102628 It's all about the sunlight.

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I don’t usually get technical in my interviews with filmmakers. The details of visual effects aren’t usually as exciting as the end result, but the reality of Battle: Los Angeles seemed worth exploring. CGI usually gives itself away, but shots of L.A. burning under an alien attack held up with all the on set footage of the city.

Director Jonathan Liebesman was so engaging in explaining the effects, I went with him for a little while. He actually made me understand why other CGI looks fake but his looked real, so I hope that comes across to the reader. Oh yeah, and he’s going to do it for the sequel Wrath of the Titans too.

Q: Shouldn’t it be Battle: Santa Monica?

JL: It moves into Los Angeles, you’re on a freeway by about page 50 and then you are in downtown Los Angeles at the end. Right?

Q: But it’s the Santa Monica coastline invasion.

JL: Yeah, I think it’s a nice visual touchstone to start it off with.

Q: How do you make shots of burning Los Angeles look real?

JL: Okay, so you know what’s pretty amazing is you can actually take stills, literally. You can literally take still photos of Los Angeles.

Q: You just animate destruction on the still?

JL: Exactly but you can even go further. What you can do in break up the still. You Photoshop destruction onto the buildings and track that in, so if the camera pans, the destruction remains on the building it’s supposed to be no matter where the camera goes, in 2D space or 3D space. It’s amazing what you can do.

Q: So you do your camera move on a static photograph?

JL: You can do that. You can actually take a video camera and do a move, with a piece of paper with a grid. Track that move, put that move onto the still if that’s what you want to do. Or you can just do the move in the actual place and just track the move in the real place, but you can take a still and put a 2D move on the still.

Q: The CGI in your movie doesn’t look like CGI. What makes all the bad CGI look so fake?

JL: I think a big deal for me is CGI looks a lot better in daylight. CGI looks a lot better when you have highlights on it, like specular hits. For example, this table here in the sunlight would be fantastic in CGI. Did you see the new Harry Potter. Remember there’s the scene in that kitchen where there’s that creature that’s walking around on the table?

Q: Uh, sorry, I don’t remember which creature is which.

JL: I know, there’s so many but you see how my hand goes into the light and the light goes bright there? That will look great. Interaction is what makes CGI. My favorite is Jurassic Park when the dinosaur eats the leaves on the tree and they fall down. It’s the interaction that helps make it real plus putting it in sunlight I think very helpful. I think nighttime CGI is very difficult to make look good.

Q: That’s counterintuitive. Most artists think that night will hide it.

JL: And they do. To me, the best stuff, that’s why I think District 9 works so well is just broad, bright daylight. Look at Transformers. It looks so good when the glint’s coming. It’s also the textures you use. Someone asked me why did I make the [aliens] biomechanical, and there were a lot of story reasons, but I do remember now one of the reasons is the mechanical part of it is much easier to make realistic than the biology.

Q: Are you working on Wrath of the Titans now?

JL: Yes, and I will employ a lot of what we’re talking about into that. So there’s scenes with creatures, all of them I’m trying to play in broad daylight and bring the style that you saw in Battle: Los Angeles to that so it’s a grounded realistic style in a fantasy world. And redesign the costumes so that it feels more grounded and real.

Q: Would that be quite different than Louis Leterrier’s sweeping style?

JL: I keep saying this because it’s important. Louis was a mentor of mine and none of this is badmouthing Louis because I admire The [Incredible] Hulk, I love his stuff. I think my style is a much more subjective style. I want to be much more like there with Perseus and subjective. The extreme version is the Bourne movies of that kind of style. Chris Nolan, Aronofsky does that a lot. He’s always following his characters. So I love that kind of stuff and I like being with them. I think in Greek mythology film I have not seen that.

Q: Do you get to create new monsters?

JL: Yeah, absolutely. No, 100%. It’s just a continuation of the story. The story here is about how the gods die essentially. It’s the death of the gods and how we go from this fantastical world to something we recognize today which I like.

Q: But there are plenty of Greek characters we haven’t seen yet.

JL: Tons, huge and we’re going to use lots of them.

Q: Now that you’ve shown you can do a movie like Battle: Los Angeles, what can you do next?

JL: Dude, I don’t know. Hopefully just have my idea taken more seriously by the studio and more input on the scripts, that kind of stuff. Not to sound unambitious but just to be able to do stuff better.

Q: That’s actually refreshing to emphasize the quality of script.

JL: No, I just haven’t had the chance to do a great script so it’s working towards that.

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Battle: Los Angeles http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/films/battle-los-angeles/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/films/battle-los-angeles/#comments Wed, 02 Mar 2011 23:33:10 +0000 Reza F. http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=8466 Director: Jonathan Liebesman Cast: Michelle Rodriguez, Aaron Eckhart, Bridget Moynahan Synopsis: A Marine platoon faces off against an alien invasion in Los Angeles. Release Date: March 11, 2011

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Director: Jonathan Liebesman

Cast: Michelle Rodriguez, Aaron Eckhart, Bridget Moynahan

Synopsis: A Marine platoon faces off against an alien invasion in Los Angeles.

Release Date: March 11, 2011

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‘Clash Of The Titans 2′: More Realistic, More Crazy Monsters http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/clash-of-the-titans-2-more-realistic-more-crazy-monsters/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/clash-of-the-titans-2-more-realistic-more-crazy-monsters/#comments Thu, 24 Feb 2011 06:49:11 +0000 Geoffrey Golden http://www.screenjunkies.com/?p=29518 According to director Jonathan Liebesman, 'Clash 2' will be more "real" and "grounded" in reality than the first one. Though the sequel is also about Greek dudes killing freaky monsters.

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The Clash of the Titans sequel is “real.” Real what, you ask?

For one, it’s really happening. According to director Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles), the actors have been in fight training for weeks and filming starts in just 10 days. At which point, they will release the kraken and point him to his trailer.

It’s also gonna be more “real” and “grounded” in reality than the first one. Though the sequel is also about Greek dudes killing freaky monsters, expect some Oscar-worthy dramatic performances too. Liebesman explains:

“For me, taking Greek mythology and all that fantasy and putting it in a real world that’s epic, like Gladiator, like a big Ridley Scott movie, and taking all that fantasy and putting it in, grounding it, making it feel real, that’s the movie that I wanted to see when I walked into Clash 1 and that’s the movie that Clash 2 is gonna be. That’s what I was looking for, I was looking to come in and have a real, intense, viscera kick-ass experience with spectacle but grounded, with great actors, and that’s what the second one will be.”

Unfortunately, the sequel isn’t really being shot in 3D, but there’s an on-set 3D stereographer. At least this time they’re going in thinking, “we’re gonna show this in 3D,” rather than having an executive say in post-production, “uh… you guys can make this 3D, right? Like, with a Final Cut Pro filter or something?”

Titans 2 is scheduled to clash into theaters March 23, 2012. (Collider, ComingSoon)

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‘Clash of the Titans II’ has a Director: Jonathan Liebesman http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/clash-of-the-titans-ii-has-a-director-jonathan-liebesman/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/clash-of-the-titans-ii-has-a-director-jonathan-liebesman/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Jonathan Liebesman will direct Clash of the Titans II, Coming Soon is reporting. Liebesman, who also directed the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles, will most likely be joined by Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton, who both starred in the first installment. Unlike the first film, which was retrofitted, the sequel will be shot entirely in 3D. Also, unlike the first film, Clash of the Titans II will supposedly have a plot mapped out before shooting begins. (Spoiler Alert) Hopefully this sequel will avoid some of the pitfalls of its predecessor. For example, one of the worst scenes from Clash of the Titans was the ending, when Zeus randomly resurrected a character who had died earlier in the film. Resurrection? Talk about an unbelievable cop out? No wonder no one worships Zeus anymore.

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Jonathan Liebesman will direct Clash of the Titans II, Coming Soon is reporting. Liebesman, who also directed the upcoming Battle: Los Angeles, will most likely be joined by Sam Worthington and Gemma Arterton, who both starred in the first installment. Unlike the first film, which was retrofitted, the sequel will be shot entirely in 3D. Also, unlike the first film, Clash of the Titans II will supposedly have a plot mapped out before shooting begins.

(Spoiler Alert) Hopefully this sequel will avoid some of the pitfalls of its predecessor. For example, one of the worst scenes from Clash of the Titans was the ending, when Zeus randomly resurrected a character who had died earlier in the film. Resurrection? Talk about an unbelievabl cop out? No wonder no one worships Zeus anymore.

 

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Jonathan Liebesman May Helm ‘Clash of the Titans 2: The Search for Spanakopita’ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jonathan-liebesman-may-helm-clash-of-the-titans-2-the-search-for-spanakopita/ http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/jonathan-liebesman-may-helm-clash-of-the-titans-2-the-search-for-spanakopita/#comments Wed, 30 Nov -0001 00:00:00 +0000 Warner Bros is eying director Jonathan Liebesman (Darkness Falls, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) to helm the second installment of their recently rebooted Clash of the Titans franchise. The film will most likely be shot in 3D, and is tentatively scheduled to begin production in early in 2011.I'm not exactly sure why Warner Bros. is putting money behind a sequel. By almost any standard, the first film was awful. But on a side note, the original did make $487 million worldwide. I'm beginning to think the only justification for revisiting the project is that it might make money, and frankly, I'm a little dispointed in Hollywood right now. Shame on you guys for chasing the almighty dollar instead of trying to make art. (First Showing)

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Warner Bros is eying director Jonathan Liebesman (Darkness Falls, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) to helm the second installment of their recently rebooted Clash of the Titans franchise. The film will most likely be shot in 3D, and is tentatively scheduled to begin production in early in 2011.

I’m not exactly sure why Warner Bros. is putting money behind a sequel. By almost any standard, the first film was awful. But on a side note, the original did make $487 million worldwide. I’m beginning to think the only justification for revisiting the project is that it might make money, and frankly, I’m a little dispointed in Hollywood right now. Shame on you guys for chasing the almighty dollar instead of trying to make art. (First Showing)

 

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