Superman: The casting/directorial rumors for the next Superman film are making everyone dizzy. Dark Horizons has done a splendid job of rounding up all these rumors into one ball of junk. To check out what rumors are running rampant, CLICK HERE
Dreamcather: German film site, Movie God, have gotten a hold of 8 great NEW photos from Dreamcatcher, which stars Morgan Freeman, Tom Sizemore, Thomas Jane, Jason Lee, Timothy Olyphant, & Donnie Wahlberg.
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"Our 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' is going to be one of the most beautifully shot horror movies ever," he says, giving all credit to cinematographer Daniel Pearl, who shot the original, written and directed by Tobe Hooper."
"Daniel Pearl is one of the most brilliant directors of photography I've ever seen," says Balfour. "It starts with this journey of five kids on a road trip. Very beautiful, first part of the film, landscapes of Texas. It's gorgeous; they're young. As the film goes on, you just see it start to degrade, become more decrepit, darker, even the film itself starts to look different."
"By the end of the movie, it looks like 'Seven' or something. It's very cool. And Marcus Nispel, he's a great director."
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"We had the same problems with ALL early drafts that the reviewer did: Basically, it felt like someone was remaking the first movie -- and spending a shitload more money to do it. We're moving on to new planets and new situations, even changing genres from horror to action/adventure. That's also why we choose to call it "Chronicles of Riddick" rather than "PB2." It's not so much a sequel as it is a new story that will take three films to tell".
Lords Of The Dog Town: There's been much speculation about what director David Fincher will be up to making next. According to a scoop over at Filmjerk, it seems that Fincher may be giving Fred Durst a hand with Lords Of The Dog Town:
"Lords of the Dog Town," which Fincher was originally going to produce as the feature directing debut for Fred Durst. Based on the lives of the Venice Beach based skateboarders recently documented in the Sundance award winner "Dogtown and Z-Boys," this film's screenplay was written by former Z-Boy Stacy Peralta, who directed the documentary.
Set in the 1970s, this story is based on the rise and sometimes the fall of a group of brilliant young skateboarders raised in the mean streets of Dogtown in Venice California called The Zephyrs. The Z-Boys, as they come to be known, perfect their craft in the empty swimming pools of unsuspecting suburban homeowners, pioneering a thrilling new sport and eventually moving into legend.
Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: According to an inside scooper over at Ain't It Cool, it seems that the project has lost Jay Roach as director and is now seeking someone to replace him.
Beetlejuice 2: An interesting rumor has popped up at AICN about the possibility of Warner Bros. making a sequel to Beetlejuice! As if the obvious tampering with a classic isn't bad enough, listen to the supposed premise of the film:
"Beetlejuice has been banished into limbo where he meets up with an URBAN version of himself who helps him wreak havoc on an inner-city environment."
We can only hope that the people at Warner are smarter then this.
The Dukes Of Hazzard: According to the BBC's Radio1 not only might we be seeing a big screen adaptation of hit TV show The Dukes Hazzard, but brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones are being considered for roles in the film. We'll keep you posted on this...
The Seven Samurai: Miramax has found a screenwriter. Scott Marshall Smith has been attached to pen the remake of The Seven Samurai. Smith's other works include the very lack luster Men Of Honor.
"Whenever you take up a subject like this it does bring out a lot of enemies," he said. His private life, his banking records, charities he supports, friends, business associates and family members have all undergone scrutiny in this investigation, he said."
"This is a movie about love, faith, hope and forgiveness," Gibson said. "He died for all mankind. He (Jesus) suffered for all of us. It's time to get back to that basic message. The world has gone nuts. We could all use a little more love, faith, hope and forgiveness."
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: Potter fans can rejoice. The 5th book in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series will be released on Saturday, June 21, 2003 in the United States, Britain, Canada and Australia.