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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

TRAILER - Resident Evil: Extinction

I've only see parts of the first movie which I didn't find too good, so I've never bothered to see the whole film or its sequel (which, admittedly looked fun). Even though I know little about it I found this trailer mildly entertaining. Probably all the best parts were shown here though. Anyway, here's the new teaser trailer to the third and final "Resident Evil" film, in theaters this fall. Maybe I'll catch up with this franchise sometime.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

"John Rambo"

Wow, there really is a movie news drought this week. What can you expect during this time of the year though. Well, Sylvester Stallon's next Rambo film has been retitled "John Rambo" (the previous title was "Rambo !V: Pearl of the Cobra"). Frankly l liked "Pearl of the Cobra" better, but he must think giving the first and last name of the main character will give him a good movie. Hey, it worked for "Rocky Balboa"!
"John Rambo" begins production this Friday in Thailand.

Monday, February 19, 2007

TRAILER - "The Simpsons Movie" New Trailer

"18 Years in the making." Pretty funny, I hope we didn't see all the best parts in it though. We'll Find out July 27. Enjoy!

"The Hobbit" - Coming 2009

Despite the hatred between "Lord of the Rings" Trilogy director Peter Jackson and New Line Cinema founder Robert K. Shaye, (concering some money desputes back from "Fellowship of the Ring") New Line Cinema has decided to push ahead with "The Hobbit" in 2009.
There's nothing in progress as of yet, but right noew rumors are flying that Sam Raimi ("Spider-Man" films, "Evil Dead") might be helming the production. Here's what the NY Times had straight from Shaye's mouth:

"He would not comment on reports in the news media that the "Spider-Man" director Sam Raimi had been asked to direct "The Hobbit." He said, however, that although there was no workable script yet for the film, he intended to release it in 2009."

You "Saw" it Coming...The Fourth Friggen Time...

Darren Lynn Bousman, director of "Saw II" and "Saw III", will be returning to continue drawing out a horror movie franchise that will eventually be bargain bin trash to the same effect "Hellraiser" and "Halloween" movies have become today. Man, what a long sentence-- But true! To be honest I have not seen the sequels, but I figured the first was bad enough, why would I want to waste my life on more dreck?
Anyway, keeping in line with all the other "Saw" movies over the last three years, this film will be released Oct. 26 of this year. Those who enjoy these movies, knock yourselves out. I'm sure you already know to check your brains at the door beforehand.