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“The Dark Knight” has earned two more nominations to it’s list of honours.
The Dark Knight has added to its critical laurels with two new nominations announced today.
The Writers Guild of America has nominated the Batman Begins sequel in the category of best adapted screenplay, alongside The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Doubt, Frost/Nixon, and Slumdog Millionaire.
The WGA’s nominees for best original screenplay include Milk, Burn After Reading, The Wrestler, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, and The Visitor.
In related news, the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) have named their finalists in the feature film category of the 23rd Annual American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards competition. The nominees are Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC (Revolutionary Road and The Reader), Anthony Dod Mantle, BSC (Slumdog Millionaire), Chris Menges, ASC, BSC (The Reader), Claudio Miranda (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button) and Wally Pfister, ASC (The Dark Knight).
The recipient will be named during the awards celebration here at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel on February 15.
Finally, The Dark Knight also made the longlist for the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs), with 13 nominations: best film, adapted screenplay, director (Christopher Nolan), makeup & hair, visual effects, sound, editing, costume design, production design, cinematography, music, leading actor (Christian Bale), and supporting actor (Heath Ledger). The BAFTAs will be awarded February 8 in London.
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This just in. There is a rumor on the net that Lex Luthor won’t be be the villain in the upcoming sequel to “Superman Returns“.
Latino Review says that Warner Bros are hearing ideas from writers for a next Supes film, with the studio eager for a new baddie from Superman’s rogues gallery of enemies to be the villain of the piece – thus ruling out Lex. The site report that the studio hasn’t heard a pitch they like yet, but that this is the way they see the franchise developing.
If true, this could open the door for baddies such as Brainiac, Doomsday, Mr. Mxyzptlk and Darkseid to be the main antagonist, although Luthor could obviously be involved in a smaller role.
Recent chatter on the future of the Superman franchise has failed to turn up any definite news. Warner Bros. bigwig Alan Horn said last month that he expects the project to get off the ground “in the next couple of years”, but we still don’t know if Superman Returns director Bryan Singer or star Brandon Routh will be involved, or to what extent the studio plan to re-boot the series.
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For those “Harry Potter” fans, who can’t wait for the movie to arrive in theaters next year – here is an idepth preview of what to expect. Beware spoiler warning.
The Harry Potter movies have become a perennial summer and holiday movie mainstay since the 2001 release of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. With each film, we’ve watched the actors, their characters, and the storytelling mature. And even though J.K. Rowling’s literary series has drawn to a close, there are still three films to go in the big-screen series.
Next year, the beloved boy wizard returns in the much-anticipated sixth installment of the Warner Bros. film franchise, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. The yarn, set in Harry’s sixth year at Hogwarts, explores the past of the evil Lord Voldemort and deals with the increasingly complex relationships between Harry and his friends as they prepare for the final battle.
But you don’t have to wait until July 17, 2009 to find out what’s in store for the next movie in the magical series. We’ve gazed into our crystal ball and have assembled this enchanted guide.
Here’s what you can expect in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince…
In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Lord Voldemort is tightening his grip on both the Muggle and wizarding worlds and Hogwarts is no longer the safe haven it once was. Harry suspects that dangers may even lie within the castle, but Dumbledore is more intent upon preparing him for the final confrontation with an evil that he knows is fast approaching.
Together, Harry and Dumbledore work to find the key to unlock Voldemort’s defenses and, to this end, Dumbledore recruits his old friend and colleague — the well-connected and unsuspecting Professor Horace Slughorn — whom he believes holds crucial information.
Meanwhile, the students are under attack from a very different adversary as teenage hormones rage. Harry finds himself more and more drawn to Ginny, but so is Dean Thomas. And Lavender Brown has decided that Ron is the one for her, only she hadn’t counted on Romilda Vane’s chocolates that are spiked with a love potion. And then there’s Hermione, simmering with jealously but determined not to show her feelings.
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A lot has happened in the world of Star Wars since the Encyclopedia’s first publication. Four new feature films, a host of official original novels, comics, video games, and more, have introduced new characters, new lore, new events, and new revelations. Scrupulously researched and written by leading authorities Stephen J. Sansweet, Pablo Hidalgo, Mary Franklin, and Daniel Wallace, this landmark work culminates everything we know about the galaxy far, far away into the must-have centerpiece for every Star Wars library.
“The Dark Knight” is set to return to theaters, January 2009.
The Dark Knight is coming back to theaters and IMAX on January 23, 2009, Warner Bros. announced today.
The return engagement will give audiences another chance to fully experience the acclaimed comic-to-screen adaptation the way it was intended — that’s the official line. The ulterior motive is, of course, to give the film another shot at getting noticed by Academy voters.
“The Dark Knight is a crowning achievement in every sense of the word. We wanted to provide one more opportunity for moviegoers to experience it on the big screen as it was meant to be seen,” said Dan Fellman, Warner Bros. Pictures President of Domestic Distribution.
It was not announced how widely the film would be released, but we expect that it won’t be hard to find a screening near you.
Ain’t it Cool News’, Capone chats with Viggo Mortenson about politics, THE ROAD, APPALOOSA, and THE HOBBIT.
In late October, as part of the Chicago International Film Festival’s Closing Night festivities, Viggo Mortensen got himself a Career Achievement Award just before a screening of what will now be his next film to be released in theaters, a strange film that examines the fluid definitions of right and wrong–a movie called GOOD. Set in the early days of the National Socialist moment in Germany, GOOD centers on a professor who wrote a harmless novel years earlier that inadvertently is serving the Nazis as a justification for their theories of racial purity and the killing of the Jewish people. The book serves as such a great inspiration and blueprint that the professor is elevated up through the Nazi ranks almost without any ambition on his part to do so. Now that the adaptation of THE ROAD has been moved into 2009, GOOD is being pushed as Mortensen’s shot at an Oscar for 2008. It’s a quiet, understated performance about a complicated man, who is both far from flawless and far from guilty.
I don’t tend to talk about the circumstances that lead up to any interview I do, but this particular day was interesting. Mortensen only spoke to three journalists during his short time in Chicago–one from a local newspaper, one from a local TV station, and me. Just to add some context to the beginning of our conversation, we spoke about five days before Election Day in November. In addition to his memorable work in THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, THE INDIAN RUNNER, CRIMSON TIDE, THE PROPHECY (he played the motherfucking devil!), G.I. JANE, A WALK ON THE MOON, and a pair of films with David Cronenberg (A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE and EASTERN PROMISES), as well as the criminally overlooked APPALOOSA earlier this year, Mortensen is a fierce activist. For those of you who hate it when actors talk politics, you may be forced to skip huge sections of the beginning of our conversation, which also covers his disappointment at THE ROAD’s release date getting pushed back and whether or not there’s a chance he’ll appear in the two-film adaptation of THE HOBBIT.
Mortensen is without a doubt one of the most engaging people I’ve ever talked to. His answers about any of his films are not prepared or cut down to sound-bite-ready snippets. If the spirit grabs him on any topic, he goes with it, as you’ll see from the beginning of our talk. Enjoy 35 minutes with Viggo Mortensen!
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Can it be true? Is Bruce Wayne really dead? Read on to find out.
After 70 years of fighting crime in Gotham City, Bruce Wayne’s run as Batman has come to an end.
DC Comics released issue No. 681 of the comic Batman on Wednesday, entitled Batman R.I.P.
It marks “the end of Bruce Wayne as Batman,” Grant Morrison told comic book news Web site Comic Book Resources. “What I am doing is a fate worse than death, things that no one would expect to happen to these guys at all.”
In the book, Batman appears to die in a fiery helicopter crash. The Dark Knight was trying to stop an enemy called the Black Glove who had stormed Wayne Manor and destroyed the Bat Cave.
The comic is action-packed with Batman fighting through an army of enemies while trying to stop the Black Glove.
After the explosion, in one of the comic’s final panels, one of Batman’s sidekicks, Nightwing, is seen standing on a rooftop holding Batman’s cape and cowl in his clenched fist.
Speculation had been running rampant prior to Wednesday’s release of the comic about whether he would be killed or whether he would retire as the caped crusader.
Rumour-mongers were also speculating about whether another character from the Batman mythos, such as Robin, will take over the Batman mantle.
Killing off superheroes has become a popular practice among comic book companies.
Marvel Comics wrote a storyline in 2007 that ended with Steve Rogers, a.k.a Captain America, being shot and killed by an assassin. Captain America’s sidekick, Bucky, has since taken over as the hero. The storyline involving Rogers death saw sales of Captain America related comics soar.
Wayne made his first appearance as the Dark Knight in issue No. 27 of Detective Comics in 1939. He was created by comic book artist Bob Kane.
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