Charlie's Angels 2: Halo:Sky News whipped up some frothy pictures of Cameron Diaz learning how to surf for Charlie's Angels 2 over the weekend. Wanna see Cameron Diaz in a bikini? That's what I thought! Click the links below!

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Thanks to Ain't It Cool for the heads up.

Terminator 3: Rise Of The has scored yet another image of Arnold in the new Terminator flick. This time he's got some bazooka, missile launching looking thing pointed at someone or something out of a battered window.

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Die Another Day:Counting Down has a whole batch of new images from the upcoming Bond flick. Check them out...CLICK HERE

Superman:Latino Review recently sat down with Brett Ratner to hash out some rumors that have been floating around the new Superman movie being put out by Warner Bros. Looks like Ratner has confirmed that he'll be directing this movie! here's what he had to say:

What's next for you?{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}BR: Superman{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}LR: Is it definitely{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}BR: Definitely{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}LR: Reason I'm asking, is cause they say McG is doing it still, and one minute you were attached to the project...{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}BR: I don't know unless I got fired between yesterday and today.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}What would you like to do the franchise that hasn't been done before?{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}BR: I see a man in a red and blue suit, a man flying through the air. That's basically my vision.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}Come on!!{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}BR: [Laughing} What? That's what I see. I see a guy flying through the air in a blue and red suit. Again it's in the script. J.J. Abrams delivered a fucking amazing script and that's why I'm doing it. They [WB] talked to me about it when Tim Burton fell out of it the first time, and I think it was Kevin Smiths script? Right? It wasn't there [the script]. This movie [script] has heart, it has soul, and its different enough you know? It's got emotion, its real, you care about the character. Kids today don't know those movies; they [movies] were done 20 years ago. 10-year-old kids know SUPERMAN, but they don't know the mythology.

Thanks to 'Kellvin' for the heads up! CLICK HERE for the interview in it's entirety!

Batman vs. Superman: Stax from IGN's Filmforce chimes in with us today to clear up some misconception of Colin Farrell's involvement in the superhero face off flick:

"Farrell was indeed in the running for the role of Batman. He was very excited and wanted it badly ... but he never heard back from Warner Bros., which makes sense given the project's sudden and mysterious demise. Farrell then headed back to Ireland after wrapping up work on DD and that was that. So it's not that he was never up for the role - he was. He just never heard back about it (at least up until the time he left the States) and then likely heard about the project being shelved."

Movie PictureBallistic: Ecks Vs. Sever: The producer of this week's forthcoming action spy thriller, Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever, talked about the characters to Cinescape over the weekend:

“These two characters are total equals and they’re able to go head-to-head, but they have very different action styles,” explained Lee, referring to the opposing spies played by Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu. “Sever [Liu] is more like a dancer. There’s never a single wasted movement, just elegant and efficient actions. Ecks [Banderas], on the other hand, is more about brute force and about frontal assaults. He’s doggedly persistent. He never gives up. He just keeps hanging on and on.”

...and when asked about the style of the film relating to the over-the-top action films of comic book based movies, here's what he had to say:

“I relate this much more to a ‘graphic novel’ than to a ‘comic book,’ if you can see the distinction,” he said. “This is something grittier and more realistic, something more like SIN CITY or other material by Frank Miller. We don’t do crazy wirework. We don’t do bizarre moves that don’t make any sense. We do keep the action coming nonstop, but we’re trying to make it look real. We’re using pictures like BULLITT and FRENCH CONNECTION as templates for our movie.”

Dawn of The Dead: Harry over at Ain't It Cool recently sat down with Roger Avary to discuss the remake of Dawn of The Dead. Some interesting things transpired and Avary looks to have a meeting with the studio creating this thing. The remake, although very unworthy of ANYONE touching such a classic, might be in good hands after all.

CLICK HERE to read Harry's account...

Stay tuned...~Brian