ARCHIVES WEEK 25 2006
Lex Luthor was here!:
Looks like Lex Luthor has taken over the official site of our Man of Steel. Click on the pic to enter the
Superman Returns website for more! I'll be back with the next update this weekend.
Rob Zombie talks Halloween:
You guys know I'm not looking forward to most of the remakes that are in production right now, but Rob Zombie's version
of a new Halloween flick gets me pretty exited. The director gives an update, check it out:
"I am basically making a prequel and a semi-remake of the first film all in one. So really in theory there will be more original content than remake content. That's why I don't like the word 'remake'. I think this aspect of the story is very important in order to bring new life to the character of Michael Myers. The film begins in 1978.
I wouldn't even go near this project if I didn't feel like I had a fresh, worthwhile approach to the material. Besides, I'm not touching one single frame of Carpenter's classic. That film will remain as it always has."
Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G) is back in the first film of Borat! Oh boy, check out the pic...!
Click to download the hilarious trailer!
Exclusive Clerks II poster!:
MovieXplosion.com received the final poster of Kevin Smith's Clerks II! The film stars Brian O'Halleron, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson, Trevor Fehrman, Jennifer Schwalbach, Jason Mewes and of course Kevin Smith as Silent Bob.
Click on the poster for a closer look!
© The Weinstein Company
Pirates 2 pics!:
Nice shots of Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest appeared on the web.
Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley are back to play with their swords, the rest of the cast includes
Bill Nighy, Stellan Skarsgård, Jack Davenport, Kevin R. McNally, Naomie Harris, Jonathan Pryce, Mackenzie Crook and Tom Hollander.
Click on the pic for more over at Comingsoon.net.
Brittany Murphy will voice the new Disney CG-animation Tinker Bell. "I've had the good fortune of playing many interesting characters, but none as magical as Tinker Bell," said Murphy. "To give Tinker Bell a voice for the first time in history is such an honor."
Owen Wilson is set to star in the comedy Drillbit Taylor. The story revolves around two high school freshmen who are targeted by the school bully. The boys hire a man played by Owen Wilson to protect them. The film is based on an original idea by John Hughes. Chris Brown and Seth Rogen wrote the screenplay. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The full score of Superman Returns, composed by John Ottman, is now online! The first tunes will give you goosebumps, click here to check it out!
U.S. Box Office June 17-19:
Cars managed to hold on to the top spot for a second week. Jack Black's comedy Nacho Libre
entered the second position with a solid $27 million opening. The battle continues when Adam Sandler's comedy Click and
Tyrese Gibson's action flick Waist Deep will hit theaters this week. Here's the rest of the Top Ten:
1. Cars - $31,181,000 / $114,505,000
2. Nacho Libre - $27,513,000 (new)
3. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift - $24,056,000 (new)
4. The Lake House - $13,665,000 (new)
5. The Break-Up - $9,502,000 / $91,931,000
6. Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties - $7,200,000 (new)
7. X-Men: The Last Stand - $7,150,000 / $215,549,000
8. The Omen - $5,350,000 / $46,897,000
9. The Da Vinci Code - $5,000,000 / $198,501,000
10. Over the Hedge - $4,046,000 / $138,755,000
Talladega Nights trailer!:
I'm a big fan of Will Ferrell and his NASCAR racing comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby will hit
theaters soon. The comedy also stars John C. Reilly, Gary Cole, Michael Clarke Duncan, Leslie Bibb and Jane Lynch.
Check out the new trailer right here. The official website is also up, you can enter it here.
Josh Hartnett, who starred in 40 Days and 40 Nights, is in final talks to grab the leading role for 30 Days of Night. Sounds like a prequel to 40 Days and 40 Nights, but it isn't. David Slade is directing the film based on Steve Niles' graphic novel about a sleepy Alaska town where the sun sets and doesn't rise for over thirty days and nights. From the darkness an evil will come that will bring the people of the small town to their knees. Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The official website for M. Night Shyamalan's fantasy thriller Lady in the Water has been updated with lots of goodies. Find out who's the lady in the water, click here to enter.
MovieXplosion.com's Poster Section has been updated with new posters, including The Guardian, Clerks II, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning and The Wicker Man. Click on the poster to enter my archives.
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The Hills Have Eyes
Look Up in the Sky: Amazing Story of Superman
X-Men: The Last Stand
The Da Vinci Code
V For Vendetta
Basic Instinct 2
Ice Age 2
Final Destination 3