Looking forward to ‘Twisted Metal Mysteries’ on Thursdays at 8PM.
Raise your hand if you require more Aunt May backstory.
It was just too great a property to leave alone.
The only limit to the sequels is how high the movie execs can count.
JUST MAKE IT LIKE ‘THE COSBY SHOW’, OK?
She’ll hail from the realm of Spider-Man.
A show like ‘Community’ will never find an audience on the Internet anyway.
It will be hosted by Dan Patrick. WOO-HOO!!!!
Back to the drawing board.
‘Gremlins 2′ was more plausible
Good. Let’s complicate and convolute the story of a boy getting bitten by a radioactive spider, then becoming a spider himself.
It’s not really the end if you just decide to hit “continue” and keep playing.
It was actually his idea.
But will he make a good lightning guy?
Be careful what you wish for…
Marc Webb seems to have found a balance of style and substance that many films, especially comic book adaptations, struggle to find.
Werewolves and Vampires do not play well.
Sources close to him indicate that Jobs did both walk and talk, so Aaron Sorkin seems like a natural fit.
Sony calls on the master of nerd storytelling.
A sequel’s been set before we’ve even seen the first one
Yo, HBO. You wanna hit?
The next logical progression in his career arc is a Hamas/Israeli conflict film.
They’re totally breaking the bro code by not sharing plot details.
If you want an indie, Shaun of the Dead-ie take on aliens… it’s coming… soon.
They’ve decided to write a script. That’s a good start!!
Thanks to a $300 worldwide box office, a sequel was as inevitable as Evelyn Salt stopping the nuclear missiles at the end.
Casting directors everywhere send out feelers for the “Japanese Andre the Giant.”
Columbia Pictures has grabbed the US distribution rights for the film, to be written by ‘The Hurt Locker’ scribe Mark Boal. It’s a regular Hurt Lockereunion.
The posters feature a scared as hell Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari, as well as the very first intelligent apes from ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’.