Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets:Dark Horizons has gotten a hold of some very nice images from the upcoming Harry Potter sequel.
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Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers: Can't this movie just come out already? Yet, another onslaught of photos from the second chapter in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy has popped up online thanks to the Denmark MSN Film team! These look like they were all taken from the most recent trailer, but still worth a look!
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Thanks to Coming Soon for the heads up.
Solaris: The good people over at Soderbergh.net have scanned in the latest photos from Entertainment Weekly.
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The Prague-based phase of production on 20th Century Fox's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen has been suspended for two weeks as a result of the catastrophic flooding in the Czech Republic. Two of the film's key Prague locations have been damaged by the historic disaster. Production has now shifted to the Maltese Islands in the Mediterranean. Hopefully, by the time shooting there is completed, the flooding in Prague will have subsided and production can resume.
Malta, which also served as a location for Gladiator and U-571, will double for several key locations in the story, including Africa. James Robinson's script introduces protagonist Allan Quartermain (Sean Connery) inside an African watering hole where a firefight quickly ensues. Malta will also be used for the exteriors of the villainous Fantom's homebase in the Far East.
Thanks to 'Stax'.
Undisputed: Garth over at Dark Horizons has posted an exclusive interview with Walter Hill, director of Undisputed which opens this Friday. CLICK HERE to take a look!
Hellraiser: Deader:Cinescape recently talked to co-writer, Tim Day, about the plotline of the upcoming release:
"We've taken a script called 'DEADER' that Neal Marshall (13 Ghosts) Stevens sold to Dimension almost 2 years ago as a spec, and I've rewritten it to incorporate the Hellraiser mythology. Our heroine is a female reporter for a London newspaper, who is sent to Bucharest to investigate an underground suicide cult known as the 'Deaders.' She is quickly drawn into their dark world and soon can see no way out other than to join them in preparation for the coming of... well, I don't want to ruin it for you."
Thanks to Dark Horizons for the heads up.
Movie PictureFreddy vs. Jason: It seems that Keely Rowland of Destiny's Child will be joining the cast on set of Freddy vs. Jason this fall. Here's the most recent words out of Robert Englund's (Freddy Krueger) mouth, who seems to be excited that Rowland will be joining the cast:
"I'm expecting Federal Express at any moment to come to my house and throw a new [slightly modified script] hot off the presses down," Englund said. "But my [current] script dates back to July and boy, it's a good script. It has the one thing that I felt it had to have we have to get into Jason's nightmares. Whatever's going on, whatever remains of his synapse and psyche, we have to get into that. And they really exploit that in this. There's also a wonderful set piece at a rave that's just an amazing, amazing sequence."
"The plot is really ingenious, how they bring the two together," Englund said of the upcoming marriage of the two franchises. "Freddy needs Jason. He manipulates him, and then it all starts to fray at the edge."
Here's what he had to say about Kane Hodder's involvement in the film:
"Kane is a friend of mine and it makes this difficult," Englund said. "'Cause I think of Kane as Jason. Nobody does the killing machine like Kane. The only thing I know is, they're looking at people. ... One of the things that may be in the rewrites is that there may be a sequence in a flashback, we may see Jason young. Given that, they may be forced to hire somebody younger."
"We're going to revisit the back stories of both characters," he explained. "It's a real imaginative, wonderful, E-ticket ride of exposition. On Jason, you get the exposition and you get a Jason nightmare. My only problem is that we're working on a real lake, outside, for a month of nights in Vancouver. My genitals are going to go up inside me to live it's going to be so cold!"
"It can't be just us," Englund acknowledged. "There's a great secret that's going on in Springwood. As well as that, there's a bunch of new kids. There's a terrific comedy relief slacker in it. And Brad, ... just as an actor, I love his role, because he gets the fun of playing paranoid. Sort of the male equivalent of Angelina Jolie in 'Girl Interrupted,' this is sort of 'Nightmare Interrupted.' [He's] a neurotic and reluctant hero."
And what does Robert Englund think of Freddy's frequent one liners?
"The fans love the one-liners, and we got a little too crazy with them," he said. "We've really returned to core Freddy in this one. It wouldn't be Freddy if he didn't crack some jokes, and he does in 'Freddy vs. Jason,' but they're a little meaner [and] kind of politically incorrect."
Thanks to MTV's Movie House.
Batman: Year One:Variety is reporting that Marilyn Manson is in talks with producers to play 'Scarecrow' in the highly anticapted prequel.
Lights Out's DVD Dungeon: We've got some great scoops on the 8 Legged Freaks & IT DVDs hitting stores in October! CLICK HERE