Occasionally I’ve been dropping the trailers from the movies of our childhoods.Â Okay, so movies from MY childhood… It’s a constant references dropped throughout the site, so now it is time to fully appreciate the horror that is Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Is it any surprise that H’wood is already working on a sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine?Â The movie more than paid for itself over the weekend, prompting 20th Century Fox to begin development on the story that will be set in Japan focusing on the samurai/Yakuza storyline. I think the biggest problem with this idea, is it’s a 20th Century Fox idea.Â Â The best Marvel Comics movies that have come out in the last decade have been the movies produced and distributed through Marvel.Â I don’t know how much money 20th Century Fox would want in the deal, but Marvel
War Machine is mad as hell and packing heat.Â Not just because Terrance Howard is out of Iron Man 2: Electric Boogaloo, but because of those damn dirty Skrulls.Â It gets intense in Iron Man: Director of SHIELD #35, and Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting actor turned director/producer/writer Justin Theroux is in final negotiations with Marvel to script the second installment of the Iron Man franchise.Â The first film had four writers; Mark Fergus & Hawk Ostby and Art Marcum & Matt Holloway. If you are unsure of Theroux’s work, Tropic Thunder is coming out in August, which also stars Robert Downey, Jr.Â Iron Man 2: Electric Boogaloo is scheduled to kick of the summer movie season in 2010. via THR
Or – “Hell, Man… I Only Have So Much Free Time!” There seems to be a thing out there called “Real Life.”Â It’s composed mostly of things to annoy you and drain your wallet of cash, but sometimes it also feeds on your free time.Â One of the joys of this gig is getting to share the wondrous things that happen in comics and split the burdens of that which is terrible, which means I usually bite off more than I can chew in terms of comics that I’d like to review.Â Since this has happened yet again, it’s time
I was really looking forward to a Peter Jackson Hobbit, but I think if I had to pick a second, Guillermo del Toro would be a good choice. Let’s just hope del Toro doesn’t insist on telling the tale in native Middle-earth with subtitles. LOS ANGELES (AP) â€” Guillermo del Toro is directing “The Hobbit” and its sequel, New Line Cinema announced Thursday. The 43-year-old filmmaker will move to New Zealand for four years to make the films back-to-back with executive producer Peter Jackson. Del Toro wrote and directed “Pan’s Labyrinth,” which earned six Oscar nominations in 2006 and won