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In addition, Filmjerk is reporting that a 30 second spot has been locked in by Warner Bros. to air a new Matrix: Reloaded trailer:
Studio sources have confirmed to FilmJerk.com that a 30-second teaser for the next installment of The Matrix franchise will premiere at this years Super Bowl. When the original teaser debuted at the 1999 event, it was heralded as the breakout winner among the films competingno one had heard of it before that time. Look for the teaser here to ratchet up awareness as well, and stroke a fervent fanbase.
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Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines:T3Nexus hit up the LA Auto show last week where vehicles from Terminator 3 were on display. On the last day of the event fans were treated to some extra special footage included into the T3 trailer.
Tom Cruise's latest project, The Last Samurai, has been hit by controversy after sections of the Maori community said sacred sites have been desecrated during filming. Others claimed they should be paid compensation for the use of images of their sacred mountain, Mount Taranaki, which will feature in the film.
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Tales From The Crapper: Fan favorite, Troma, is working on a new production according to Fangoria:
The tastemakers at Troma are, um, deep into production on their latest opus, the anthology feature TALES FROM THE CRAPPER. The movie features Lloyd Kaufman as the Crap Keeper in segments he is directing, in which he introduces a pair of terror tales directed by David Paiko and Brian Spitz, both written by Mark Adams. One is about a killer mantis from outer space, the other involves stripper vampires; the cast includes Julie Strain and her husband, comics creator Kevin Eastman, Arban Ornelas, Debbie Rochon and Isabelle Stephen.
Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban: Alfonso Cuaron talked with the Hollywood Reporter about what to expect for the 3rd Potter film:
"I don't know if 'dark' is the word for it because there's a great deal of humor (in the third tale). I would say that rather than going into darker territory, it goes into more emotional territory. Because the characters are a little bit more grown up, the experience is completely different. In the first two books, the fear was outside, like a boogie man. But here, the fear comes from inside. When you're 13, you stop believing in the boogie man and start dealing with the monsters inside".
Thanks to DH for the scoop.