After checking out the hot pics of the lovely ladies at the comic con and the discovery of Lady Joker...
I thought man...what a great idea! Girls dressed like the guy villains! That sounds damn sexy! So I decided I should do a little search and see if any other girls had the same idea...here's what I found! (By the way some of these pictures are from other cons and not just the San Diego Comic Con!)…
Shockjock Howard Stern is producing, along with Larry Levinson, a remake of the 1979 pic, Rock 'n' Roll High School. Alex Winter (Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure) has been hired to write the script, says The Hollywood Reporter.
The movie was about a group of rebellious students who, with the help of punk rock band the Ramones, thwarted a repressive, rock-music-hating principal.
Stern is now partnered on two films with Levinson. They also are working on a remake of the… Continue
Added by Aaron on July 31, 2008 at 12:46am —
Sony is moving forward with Venom, a potential "Spider-Man" spinoff, says The Hollywood Reporter.
The trade says the studio is developing the project, based on the villain who appeared in Spider-Man 3 and is hoping the character could serve as an antidote to the aging "Spider-Man" franchise in the way that Fox has used Wolverine to add longevity to its "X-Men" franchise.
The studio had commissioned a draft of the script from Jacob Estes (Mean Creek), but the studio is… Continue
Added by Aaron on July 31, 2008 at 12:08am —
fantastic four #89- the FF see a bright light coming from a ship. who's in it? the moleman! he blind s them with the light that comes out of his cane and the only way to regain their sight is to break the cane. BONUS! now for one time only you'll get 2 classics for one blog! spider-man #102- peter gets a chimical spilt on him that give him 4 extra arms. so he and doc connors (the lizard)try to find antidotes for their problems. part of it includes vampire venom. whose runnin around the city?… Continue
Added by rubickscuban on July 30, 2008 at 10:00pm —
I'll admit I like to poke fun at celebrities once in a while I mean who doesn't and I even like watching the show sometimes but don't you guys think that this show/website does go to the extreme sometimes? Some of the the stuff they say can sometimes be hurtful when they're really trying to be funny. What do you guys… Continue
Added by Eden on July 30, 2008 at 7:00pm —
THE DARK KNIGHT (REEEALLY LATE REVIEW)
Finally, I get around to posting a review after a couple weeks of procrastinating. Excuse my laziness. So Chris Nolan has done it...he's finally done it. He made a perfect Batman movie. I loved the hell out of this film. Saw it at one of the Thursday night midnight screenings and saw it again the… Continue
Sorry, I'm not gonna tell you too much about Comic Con here, you'll have to wait for me to give up up the goods in detail on the 'League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen' podcast this weekend (and Cyrus is already mad at me for saying too much on 'A Couple Of Cold Ones').
What I show do is SHOW…Continue
I just got do reading the last-est Batman comic and i'm pissed. Why are they jacking Bruce on drugs and hes talking to dead people. And he thinks hes another worlds Batman the red, black, purple, and yellow costume of the Batman of Zur En Arrh. It is implied that his drug-addled mind has made him believe that he is a Batman from this other planet.
Bat-mite even knows theirs something wrong with him. Whats going to happen to our Batman the one we love.…
IDW Publishing recently revealed to MTV News that they are working on a five-part prequel mini-series entitled Transformers: Destiny that will connect the 2007 film to the Summer 2009 sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
IDW revealed that the main villain in the new Michael Bay film will be a powerful robot named The Fallen, who was once one of the thirteen Transformers and is now seeking vengeance.
JohnCarpenter’s Vampires Vampiros de John Carpenter
Duración: 108 min
Director: John Carpenter
Guión: Don Jakoby basado en la novela John Steakley
Actores: James Woods … Jack Crow
Daniel Baldwin … Anthony Montoya
Sheryl Lee … Katrina
Thomas Ian Griffith … Jan Valek
Maximilian Schell … Cardinal Alba
Tim Guinee … Father Adam… Continue
Added by Darkstalkers on July 30, 2008 at 5:05pm —
In 2004 while auditioning for a "Nike Commercial" then 33 year old Mark Hicks embarrassed himself while attempting back flip and failing miserably the video of him doing so was spread through the Internet as "Afro Ninja" which has on "Youtube" alone has over 3 million views making Hicks an Internet celebrity heres the video below.
What many people might not know is that Hicks is an accomplished actor and stunt man doing such films as "Spawn", '2 Fast 2 Furious",… Continue
I can't really say I was looking forward to seeing this. I really didn't want to. But as many of you know, a simple "This movie sucks donkey balls!" from a friend can't stop a real movie lover from seeing it. And I loved the first two Re-Animator movies, so why not give this one a chance?
So this movie is basically about Herbert West again (well, not really, he becomes more of a secondary character in this one) causing a great deal of… Continue
Added by Marcel on July 30, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Let us all hope and pray that the upcoming Disaster Movie doesn't reach the top of the box office like its oh-so-crappy predecessors have. I walked out of Epic Movie (twice, long story) and watched the first five minutes of Spartan Movie, also known as Meet the Spartans, online. Those movies are sh*t. Steaming, sticky pieces of sh*t. They aren't even movies, despite having the word in their title. They are montages of pop culture references without any humor whatsoever.
Hi everybody on spill,
I was glad to have joined such an avid bunch of film goers like myselrf really. Now what I really want to0 talk about is why majority of films I have seen over the last few years seem to be lacking in quaklity, as this summer seems to be one where people have actually thought before putting their product out onto the screen. Iron Man and Dark Knight were just some of the highlights of what was a good year for cinema we began with the epic sotry of Cloverfield, then… Continue
Added by Gary Hall on July 30, 2008 at 3:38pm —
Lionsgate is auctioning off posters for two of this year's releases: The Spirit and Disaster Movie. Both auctions will benefit The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and while we'd love to tattoo this 'Disaster Movie' but this is a good cause and there's nothing funny about that.
Auctions begin today and will continue through the weekend, ending on August 4th.
There are four posters for The Spirit being… Continue