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I Spy: We've got tons of new Film clips and Behind The Scenes clips from the new Eddie Murphy / Owen Wilson comedy spy thriller! CLICK HERE
Phone Booth: The recent rash of sniper shootings in Washington DC has caused Fox to officially postpone the new Collin Farrell thriller, Phone Booth, until as far away as next spring. All promotional items are being destroyed as well.
Domino:The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Donnie Darko writer/director Richard Kelly is set to write the biopic based on Domino Harvey. The story is described as a Los Angeles crime saga experienced through the eyes of Harvey, an ex-Ford model and daughter of actor Lawrence Harvey who gave up her pampered lifestyle to become a real-life bounty hunter.
"I felt terrible for the horses, but we had the animal people there who were watching very closely and telling us what we could and couldn't do, and everyone on the set was incredibly quiet and respectful in order not to spook them any more than they were already being spooked."
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Attack Of The Clones will hit IMAX theaters on November 1st, 2002. For a complete list of IMAX theaters Clones will be showing in, CLICK HERE
For more on Star Wars Episode II, CLICK HERE
Jurassic Park 4: Alessandro Nivola recently talked to IGN's Filmforce about reprising his role as graduate student Billy Brennan in JP4:
"So, what do you think? Are they going to go ahead with Jurassic Park IV?"
"You know, I tell you what," says Nivola, "I really hope not. I really hope not."
He adds, "I found that to be a..." (after a big exhale) "a really trying experience."
"Any particular reason?"
"Because it was..." Nivola gathers his thoughts. "It was like the only part I've ever done that just had nothing for me to latch on to, character-wise. And it was just," again, he exhales, and this time leans forward to where he puts his forehead almost on the table. He looks up, "It was kind of maddening."
"I have to say, Sam Neill got me through it," adds Nivola. "He got me through it because he played ukulele, and we could sit around in our trailers and strum Beach Boys songs." Laughing, he concludes, "And if it hadn't been for that, I would have gone out of my mind."
Cursed: Horror mogul Wes Craven and Scream scribe, Kevin Williamson are teaming back up for a crack at Dimension's August 8th, 2003 release of the horror thriller, Cursed.
"I'm very excited to be teaming up with Bob (Weinstein) and Kevin again," said Craven. "It should be a lot of fun."
For the full press release, CLICK HERE
xXx2: Triple X director, Rob Cohen, recently spoke with UK's Yahoo Movies where he revealed that he was unsure about the return of Samuel L. Jackson's character to the sequel, contrary to Jackson's recent comments about returning:
"I love Sam and I was very happy with what he did in the film but the roads divides at a certain point. You either go down one of two roads with a character. He either remains the handler and is always on the phone going 'Get out of there Xander' and all that stuff which is thankless for an actor or it becomes Lethal Weapon and suddenly it's a buddy movie and neither option at the moment seems as anarchistic as I'd like."
"What might be interesting is that there's another force that comes into the story," he continued, "I really want the movies to stay fresh and not to go 'Oh, here's the familiar, comfortable element'... so we'll move on and hopefully it'll be a good surprise."
Thanks to DH for the heads up.