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Lucas Considers Indy 5

Monday, July 28th, 2008


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George Lucas says that he will consider making Indy 5, if he can come with an idea that the actors will like.

In spite of the critical mauling Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull received, George Lucas has been discussing the possibility of a fifth film in the franchise, stating, “If I can come up with another idea that they like, we’ll do another.”

Speaking to The Sunday Times, Lucas said that putting together the recently released sequel was a challenge. “Indiana Jones only becomes complicated when you have another two people saying ‘I want it this way’ and ‘I want it that way’, whereas when I first did Jones, I just said ‘We’ll do it this way’ – and that was much easier.

“But now”, he went on, “I have to accommodate everybody, because they are all big, successful guys too, so it’s a little hard on a practical level.”

Lucas also elaborated on the creative differences he and Spielberg have recently been experiencing. “We still have the issues about the direction we’d like to take.” he explained.

“I’m in the future, Steven’s in the past. He’s trying to drag it back to the way they were, I’m trying to push it to a whole different place. So still we have a sort of tension. This recent one came out of that. It’s kind of a hybrid of our own two ideas, so we’ll see where we are able to take the next one.”

With Crystal Skull taking more than $750m worldwide, a fifth film seems more than likely, so what direction would you like to see the franchise take?

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Quarantine Movie Trailer – Red Band Trailer

Monday, July 28th, 2008


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Check out the Quarantine red band trailer. Good times being had by all!

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Twilight Time

Saturday, July 26th, 2008


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Eric Moro (IGN movies editor-in-chief) moderated Summit Pictures presentation at San Diego Comic Con, where fans got to see exclusive footage from the upcoming movie, Twilight.

IGN Movies editor-in-chief Eric Moro moderated the Summit Pictures’ presentation today at San Diego Comic-Con, where fans got to see exclusive footage from the highly anticipated screen adaptation of the bestseller Twilight.

Director Catherine Hardwicke, author Stephenie Meyer, and cast members Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Cam Gigandet, Rachelle LaFevre, Edi Gathegi, and Taylor Lautner were on the panel. Judging by the squealing, deafening reaction of the crowd (who chanted “Twilight! Twilight!”), you would think it was 1964 and the Beatles had walked into the room.

Bella Swan has always been a little bit different. Never one to run with the crowd, Bella never cared about fitting in with the trendy, plastic girls at her Phoenix, Arizona high school. When her mother remarried and sent Bella to live with her father in the rainy little town of Forks, Washington, she didn’t expect much of anything to change. But things do change when she meets the mysterious and dazzlingly beautiful Edward Cullen. For Edward is nothing like any boy she’s ever met. He’s nothing like anyone she’s ever met, period. He’s intelligent and witty, and he seems to see straight into her soul.

In no time at all, they are swept up in a passionate and decidedly unorthodox romance — unorthodox because Edward really isn’t like the other boys. He can run faster than a mountain lion. He can stop a moving car with his bare hands. Oh, and he hasn’t aged since 1918. Like all vampires, he’s immortal. But he doesn’t have fangs — that’s just in the movies. And he doesn’t drink human blood, though Edward and his family are unique among vampires in that lifestyle choice.

To Edward, Bella is that thing he has waited 90 years for — a soul mate. But the closer they get, the more Edward must struggle to resist the primal pull of her scent, which could send him into an uncontrollable frenzy. Somehow or other, they will have to manage their unmanageable love. But what will they do when Laurent and James, the Cullens’ mortal vampire enemies, come to town, looking for Bella?

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The Women Movie Posters

Thursday, July 24th, 2008


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Release date: Friday September 12, 2008
Genre: Comedy
Director: Diane English
Studio: Alliance Films/Picturehouse
Producer(s): Bill Johnson, Diane English, Mick Jagger, Victoria Pearman
Screenplay: Diane English
Cast: Candice Bergen, Annette Bening, Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Debra Messing
Official Site: thewomenthemovie.com
Rating: PG-13 for sex-related material, language, some drug use, and brief smoking
Available film art: The Women movie posters

Synopsis
The Women is about friends and mothers and daughters. It’s about breaking up and finding your way back. It’s about reinventing yourself. It’s about walking through fire for what you believe in. It’s about Women.

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New Movie Releases – Friday July 25, 2008

Thursday, July 24th, 2008


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Step Brothers and The X-Files: I Want to Believe opens in wide release this weekend.


Swing Vote Movie Posters

Thursday, July 24th, 2008


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Release date: Friday August 1, 2008
Genre: Comedy
Director: Joshua Michael Stern
Studio: Touchstone Pictures (Disney
Producer(s): Jim Wilson, Kevin Costner
Screenplay: Jason Richman, Joshua Michael Stern
Cast: Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper, Nathan Lane, Kelsey Grammer, Paula Patton, Stanley Tucci, Judge Reinhold, Bill Maher, Willie Nelson, Madeline Carroll
Official Site: swingvote-themovie.com
Rating: PG-13 for language
Available film art: Swing Vote movie posters

Synopsis
Kevin Costner stars as Bud Johnson, an apathetic, beer slinging, lovable loser, who is coasting through a life that has passed him by, except for the one bright spot in his mundane existence, his precocious, over achieving twelve-year old daughter, Molly. She takes care of them both, until one mischievous moment on Election Day, when she accidentally sets off a chain of events which culminates in the presidential election coming down to one vote, her dads.

Suddenly, Bud Johnson, the nobody, becomes the voice for everybody when the world realizes that his vote will be the one that elects the next president. Politicians invade the small town of Texico, New Mexico and its unwitting inhabitants, waging war for Bud’s vote.

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The X-Files: I Want to Believe Interview – Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

Thursday, July 24th, 2008


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The X-Files: I Want to Believe opens this Friday so, check out this video review with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny

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Bringing The Clone Wars to the Big Screen

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008


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Dave Filioni, director of the upcoming Star Wars: The Clone Wars talks about bring the animated feature to the big screen. Star Wars: The Clones Wars arrive in theaters, August 15th.

IGN: You’ve mentioned that you got this job shortly before Revenge of the Sith opened. Is it great to finally be able to release it to the world?

Dave Filoni: Yeah, it’s really great. I mean, keeping secrets is not fun. I know everybody wants to know stuff. They don’t realize how excruciating it is not to be able to answer questions and just have an engaged conversation about some of the characters and plots, which as a fan, I would love to do.

IGN: Right. I saw you at a couple different convention appearances in the past year.

Filoni: Yeah, that had been hard. Back then I could talk about even less.

IGN: I know you’re a huge Star Wars fan, so could you really believe that that had all happened — that you had this job?

Filoni: No. It is really amazing. But, at the same time you get into the industry for a reason because you want to work on great properties and try to do great things. And, I think that when the chance came – even when I worked on Avatar, with that group, after Last Airbender — we were looking at things like Cowboy Bebop and we were looking at Naruto and [Hayao] Miyazaki, and we were just amazed by that. But I had to tell the crews I had, “Look guys. We can try and be fans, but we also want to try and be there and say, ‘Wow, we like that. Let’s try and make something that good.’” And, I think when you do Star Wars, it is a big responsibility and I take it very seriously. But, you have to then actually do it. So, yeah, I do step back every now and then and go, “Wow, I can’t believe there’s an action figure based on the design that I was involved with doing.” That’s awesome. There’s videogames coming out. That’s awesome. So, there’s still that fan aspect. Force Unleashed, I’ll get to play that. The new Clone Wars games, I’ll get to play that. And, that’s exciting. Yeah, I mean, it is as weird as you might imagine it is. But, you just have to decide this is what you want to do and be a peer of the people, like George, and do it.

IGN: When did you find out this would not only be a TV series, but a movie? And how did that change the process of what you were doing?

Filoni: Well, the interesting thing is that because I love Star Wars and the crew that we hired loved Star Wars, that we set out early on to say we want these to be like weekly movies. That was the mindset for it. “Let’s just try and go as far as we can with this and push the limit.” George responded to that when he started seeing it on a [large] screen, like you saw today. He was like, “The fans would love this on a big screen. Start thinking about how we can get this up on the big screen. We do character arcs in the series, so how are we going to take that and make it into a movie?” Of course, at first, coming from TV, I’m like, “Uh huh, that’d be great. Sounds awesome.” But, he was very serious about it. You’ll find with George, when he says something, it usually happens later. So, it was a long process. And, that was a process of, we have to really try to get the quality up. I mean we had it thought up for television. But, then, when you’re going to put it up on the big screen, that’s another matter. So we were re-doing a lot of stuff. Smoothing over arcs of things more and just really a lot of intensive work on that as well, to make sure it’s going to be something the fans are really going to want to see.

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New DVD Releases – Tuesday July 22, 2008

Monday, July 21st, 2008


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Not too much out on DVD, this week.


Interview: The X-Files

Monday, July 21st, 2008


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IGN Australia, sat down for an interview with X-Files 2 producer, Frank Spotnitz.

Before it opens later this week, IGN Australia sat down with The X-Files: I Want to Believe’s co-writer and producer, Frank Spotnitz, for a chat about the whys and wherefores of the long-awaited next film from the house of X. The long-time co-writer and collaborator with series creator Chris Carter gets into the casting of Billy Connolly, the potential for the sequel, how the film ties into the series and a few more choice nuggets of information that no self-respecting X-Files fan can afford to miss. Enjoy!

IGN AU: Season nine ended on a cliff-hanger. Does ‘I Want to Believe’ fit into the X-Files storyline sequentially?

Frank Spotnitz: It does. It picks up pretty much six years later, since we last saw Mulder and Scully – in real-time. It’s not one of the ‘alien mythology’ stories – it’s more like a standalone episode of the series; an individual case. But it is continuous and true to their personal histories and everything.

IGN AU: That’s interesting, because David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are both a little older, a little more seasoned. Does the film take this into consideration? Does the plot fill in the gaps?

Frank Spotnitz: Yeah, it does – and we were very aware of that, actually. We first started working on the story in 2003; then the movie got held up – first by deal-making and then by some legal issues between Chris Carter and the studio. Then we returned to it four years later and we realised we had gotten older! [laughs] We had changed in that couple of years – and that made us really reflect upon how much Mulder and Scully would have changed as well.

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