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PostPosted: 25 Aug 2009, 22:54 
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A few years ago, I would have nominated Heather Graham to star in a Barbarella remake.

a few years ago i would have nominated her to star in a wet dream

A few years ago, she received an Oscar nod in my wet dream.

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A few years ago, I would have nominated Heather Graham to star in a Barbarella remake.

a few years ago i would have nominated her to star in a wet dream

A few years ago, she received an Oscar nod in my wet dream.

Are you sure that wasn't Golden Globes?

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A² wrote:
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A² wrote:
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A few years ago, I would have nominated Heather Graham to star in a Barbarella remake.

a few years ago i would have nominated her to star in a wet dream

A few years ago, she received an Oscar nod in my wet dream.

Are you sure that wasn't Golden Globes?

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PostPosted: 26 Aug 2009, 00:29 
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alan smithee wrote:
A² wrote:
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AngelTash wrote:
A few years ago, I would have nominated Heather Graham to star in a Barbarella remake.

a few years ago i would have nominated her to star in a wet dream

A few years ago, she received an Oscar nod in my wet dream.

Are you sure that wasn't Golden Globes?

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PostPosted: 26 Aug 2009, 00:31 
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A² wrote:
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A² wrote:
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A few years ago, I would have nominated Heather Graham to star in a Barbarella remake.

a few years ago i would have nominated her to star in a wet dream

A few years ago, she received an Oscar nod in my wet dream.

Are you sure that wasn't Golden Globes?

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This seems destined to fail, unless the director is actually this guy... then it might be interesting

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PostPosted: 09 Jan 2010, 20:01 
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Really? We need another Robin Hood film?

If it's Ridley Scott... yes. :tongue:

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Man, wtf?

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Spider-Man and Tobey Maguire are parting ways. Mr. Maguire was set to reprise his arachnid role in “Spider-Man 4” in May 2011 with Sam Raimi, who directed the first three installments, returning to the helm. But following disagreements about the creative direction of the fourth film (Hollywood translation: the script wasn’t so good and there were conflicting casting strategies), Mr. Raimi opted to move on, according to Deadline.com. Rather than move forward with a different director, Sony decided to push the button on a “Spider-Man” reboot that it has been simultaneously developing. In a press release Monday afternoon, Sony confirmed that the next “Spider-Man” movie will take Peter Parker back to high school. The new chapter, written by James Vanderbilt (“Zodiac”), will have a new cast and director and focus on “a teenager dealing with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises,” Sony said. The target release date is summer 2012. Together, the first three “Spider-Man” movies sold over $1 billion in tickets at North American theaters, according to Box Office Mojo.


A reboot 10 years from the start of the last franchise and 5 years from the last movie? Baffling.


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PostPosted: 11 Jan 2010, 19:29 
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Sony Switches Spider-Man Plans
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Spider-Man and Tobey Maguire are parting ways. Mr. Maguire was set to reprise his arachnid role in “Spider-Man 4” in May 2011 with Sam Raimi, who directed the first three installments, returning to the helm. But following disagreements about the creative direction of the fourth film (Hollywood translation: the script wasn’t so good and there were conflicting casting strategies), Mr. Raimi opted to move on, according to Deadline.com. Rather than move forward with a different director, Sony decided to push the button on a “Spider-Man” reboot that it has been simultaneously developing. In a press release Monday afternoon, Sony confirmed that the next “Spider-Man” movie will take Peter Parker back to high school. The new chapter, written by James Vanderbilt (“Zodiac”), will have a new cast and director and focus on “a teenager dealing with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises,” Sony said. The target release date is summer 2012. Together, the first three “Spider-Man” movies sold over $1 billion in tickets at North American theaters, according to Box Office Mojo.


A reboot 10 years from the start of the last franchise and 5 years from the last movie? Baffling.

Except another reboot to occur an hour into the next movie.

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PostPosted: 11 Jan 2010, 19:35 
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Man, wtf?

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Sony Switches Spider-Man Plans
By BROOKS BARNES

Spider-Man and Tobey Maguire are parting ways. Mr. Maguire was set to reprise his arachnid role in “Spider-Man 4” in May 2011 with Sam Raimi, who directed the first three installments, returning to the helm. But following disagreements about the creative direction of the fourth film (Hollywood translation: the script wasn’t so good and there were conflicting casting strategies), Mr. Raimi opted to move on, according to Deadline.com. Rather than move forward with a different director, Sony decided to push the button on a “Spider-Man” reboot that it has been simultaneously developing. In a press release Monday afternoon, Sony confirmed that the next “Spider-Man” movie will take Peter Parker back to high school. The new chapter, written by James Vanderbilt (“Zodiac”), will have a new cast and director and focus on “a teenager dealing with both contemporary human problems and amazing super-human crises,” Sony said. The target release date is summer 2012. Together, the first three “Spider-Man” movies sold over $1 billion in tickets at North American theaters, according to Box Office Mojo.


A reboot 10 years from the start of the last franchise and 5 years from the last movie? Baffling.

Except another reboot to occur an hour into the next movie.

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Personally, I think it's a little early for another Willy Wonka remake, but those crazy Iranians see things another way. This shot shows TV Mehmet just before he is shrunk down:
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Personally, I think it's a little early for another Willy Wonka remake, but those crazy Iranians see things another way. This shot shows TV Mehmet just before he is shrunk down:
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:lol:

I actually thought the same thing when I saw this shot yesterday.

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Personally, I think it's a little early for another Willy Wonka remake, but those crazy Iranians see things another way. This shot shows TV Mehmet just before he is shrunk down:
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:lol:

I actually thought the same thing when I saw this shot yesterday.

:lol: :green:

Is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lobbying to be the next Bond villain?

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Personally, I think it's a little early for another Willy Wonka remake, but those crazy Iranians see things another way. This shot shows TV Mehmet just before he is shrunk down:
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:lol:

I actually thought the same thing when I saw this shot yesterday.

:lol: :green:

Is Mahmoud Ahmadinejad lobbying to be the next Bond villain?

Yeah. He's looking to be cast as Dr Pullmyfinger.

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I've just found out that Speilberg is remaking Oldboy.

Wow. Serious mixed feelings here. I'd hate for the film to lose edginess, but I'd like to be able to understand it better.

What couldn't you understand about it?

Well, now I just feel stupid. Stylistic choices mostly (like, say, why a hammer?) -- the plot does eventually unravel itself. The self-mutilation towards the end is also a choice I'm never gonna get, from either a plot or an art POV.

In that case, I don't see Speilberg's version helping you there, since it's gonna be a tamer version for sure.

Apparently Speilberg is off the project.

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Brett Ratner has taken over, its gonna be Martin Lawrences new film

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...which will inexplicably now also star Milla Jovovich...

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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2010, 18:11 
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Particularly for those who grew up in the 80s and the VHS years to follow, the college comedy REAL GENIUS is rightfully beloved for the whirlwind of awesome that is Val Kilmer.

Now Pajiba says that a remake of the quotable fave is in the works at Columbia, with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment responsible for trying to find someone who could possibly replace Kilmer's perfect deadpan smarm. (Grazer actually produced REAL GENIUS the first time around).

The 1985 original followed teen genius Mitch (Gabe Jarret), a new student at a tech university who's assigned to share a project and dorm room (along with closet-denizen Lazlo Hollyfeld, played by the still-omnipresent Jon Gries) with Kilmer's hotshot brainiac Chris Knight. Partying, lasers, inventions, indoor sledding and nervous breakdowns ensue.

A few years ago, a sequel was rumored and Kilmer expressed interest in returning, but the project is now getting the remake treatment instead.

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A very interesting article about the changes on Clash of the Titans, from its original script (Beware of spoilers...)

BY ZEUS! THE VERSION OF CLASH OF THE TITANS YOU DIDN'T SEE

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A new motion poster for A Nightmare on Elm Street is simple and effective. It's great, but it really, really makes me cringe. Click on the pic to find out why. (Make sure your sound is on)

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I've always been a fan of Fright Night. Apparently Colin Farrell has joined the cast on the remake, playing the part originally played by Chris Sarandon. He joins the already signed Anton Yelchin and Toni Colette

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I've always been a fan of Fright Night. Apparently Colin Farrell has joined the cast on the remake, playing the part originally played by Chris Sarandon. He joins the already signed Anton Yelchin and Toni Colette


they're remaking this now as well??? This is William Ragsdale's masterpiece and the reason I saw Frankenstein the college years.
Although I am a fan of Anton Yelchin...who's taking the Roddy McDowell character? Is it Helena Bonham Carter again?

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