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X-Men 2: HUGE! HUGE! HUGE! news from the world of X-Men today!

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Kill Bill: Some pics from the set of Kill Bill have also appeared online this morning thanks to The Flik Spot.

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In addition, Latino Review has scored a cool new shot of Kingpin. CLICK HERE

Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers: The official site has been updated yet again with new desktops of the men and women of Rohan! CLICK HERE

Freddy vs. Jason: Ronny Yu talked to recently about his involvement in Freddy vs. Jason among other things. Here's what he had to say:

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Who are you rooting for in Freddy vs. Jason?
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Will there be any Hong Kong style in their fight?
{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}The action will be fast, pacing will be fast but it depends what you mean by Hong Kong style action. Like Crouching Tiger, no. Definitely not because I think the audience would be disappointed. You have two guys like flying everywhere? No, no, no. But some very dynamic action, yes.

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Is Robert Englund a great American actor?
{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}Robert Englund is a great actor as Freddy. He's great. He knows every single thing about Freddy and that's also one of the reasons I took on that, because I know that Englund is going to do Freddy again. Everybody thinks it's easy but no. It's a very difficult role to play, Freddy, and I think Englund knows it well.

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Did you ever want to talk to Wes Craven of Sean Cunningham?
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What did you learn?
{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}I think that seeing less is better. That's what Wes was telling Englund all the time. Seeing less is better, more scarier.

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Anything lined up after Freddy vs. Jason?
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Pirates Of The Caribbean:Dark Horizons has a scoop stemming from Wordplay about the production of Pirates of The Caribbean:

There's apparently been a lot of talk about Johnny Depp's teeth as test footage revealed one of his gold/silver teeth was too dark and created a gap effect - it has since been fixed. Johnathan Pryce is in the film in the role of Governer Swann. Comedic characters include Pintel and Ragetti (Ragetti with a wooden eye), and a cursed monkey about which Geoffrey Rush says "Whenever the monkey is on screen, I'm just a large human prop". Three fictional ships are being utilised: the HMS Dauntless (currently under construction in Long Beach), the HMS Interceptor (enroute to the Caribbean), and the Black Pearl (w/ black sails).

Thanks to Dark Horizons.

The Ring 2: Director Gore Verbinski and star Naomi Watts talked to Fangoria about the possibility of a Ring sequel recently. Here's what they had to say:

"It would depend," says a skeptical Verbinski. "I think they would only make a sequel if the movie was successful. I would only want to direct it if it was a really good story. I've not seen the prequel or sequel."

"Yeah, I would [return]," Watts enthuses. "I would always be nervous about doing a sequel, but just because I feel like I'm in safe hands – the DreamWorks people are really smart. We did a lot of script changes while we were shooting and we shot a few different endings and we didn't know what we were going to use and the way they played it out, I think, was really smart and I love the way it ends. So, I feel inspired and encouraged by that and hopefully Gore will be able to do the sequels, too."

In addition, here's what producer Walter F. Parks had to say about the possibility of a sequel:

"If the film were to be successful, it would not be enough to just follow the further adventures of the [cursed] tape in the world. What we found in the making of this film, and from people seeing it, is that the idea of this haunted videotape kind of wears out rather quickly. What’s interesting are the deeper issues, the clues that are provided, the mystery that unfolds and how it affects the characters. So I would only imagine that if we had the chance to do it again, we would have to find a story that operated on those different levels. In some ways—and I know that one of the [Japanese] RING sequels was in fact a prequel—I would be most interested in knowing how Samara came about.”

The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen:Superhero Hype is showing off the new logo for the upcoming film. To check it out, CLICK HERE

Stay tuned...~Brian