Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers: Apparently many fans are discouraged with the newest poster for the upcoming release of The Two Towers, but according to a source at The One Ring.net, this may not be the final poster we see before the film hits theaters:
"I have a friend who works at an art gallery which also deals with posters, and according to the documents sent to him by Alliance Atlantis, the final poster will be more in the style of the final poster for Fellowship and won't arrive until closer to the films release. I can't wait to see what glory awaits us later on in December."
Thanks to Coming Soon for the heads up.
Grease 3: Olivia Newton-John talked to The Herald Sun recently where she spoke about being part of a possible Grease 3 production:
"If John did it, and the script were great, and the music was great, I would consider doing it. You are following up a classic and that's a hard thing to do. But they should get all the people who were involved in the original movie to capture that energy and get that flavor."
Newton-John wants Grease director Randall Kleiser and soundtrack hitmakers, the Bee Gees and John Farrar, involved in a third installment.
Thanks to MovieHole.
"The sequel carves a continuation of [my character] Neo's journey and his quest to find out the truth," Keanu reveals to ET. "It's more about the conflict with the machines and the humans."
And this time around, the stunts and special effects in 'Reloaded' and 'Revolutions' are even more spectacular than the first go-around!
"We are trying to do some crazy things out here," offers Keanu. "The kung-fu sequences are more sophisticated and more challenging than the first film. Some of the wire work [allows me to] do back flips and cartwheels all in one shot.
"It's pushed me to my limits. Before it was like, 'Can you do two kicks?' and now it's like, 'Can you do three kicks, but with a jumping backspin hook-kick?' So it's like you have learned to walk -- now can you fly."
"I think my job, and what I'm eager to do, is really get inside the head of Peter Parker [Tobey Maguire] and Mary Jane Watson [Kirsten Dunst] and Aunt May [Rosemary Harris]," Raimi said in an interview. "I want to find out where we left them in the minds of the audience and find out what journey the audience was on and accurately determine what they would now want to see and what conflicts there may be next in the characters' lives and what the characters' next evolution as human beings would be."
"That's the most important part of Spider-Man for me: Peter Parker as a human being, watching him as somebody that I really identify with, as somebody who's got daily struggles [and] is wrestling with responsibility and personal desire. I want to tell a story where the audience can really relate to him on a deeper level than they did in the first one, maybe not [with] a diminishment of the action, but [with] a deeper exploration of Peter Parker as a human being."