Spike Lee’s remake of the 2003 movie Oldboy arrives on November 27, 2013. Mr. Lee sat down to talk about Sam Jackson, and we’ve got the video of hairstyles and wardrobe, after the jump.
As Captain America: The Winter Soldier shapes up to go before the lens, H’wood has revealed one of the villains in the flick, and some returning heroes, too.
Word on the street is Samuel L. Jackson is teaming with Indomina Group and Gonzo Studios to produce a live action version of Afro Samurai.
”This has been one of my very favorite properties ever since our amazing debut at Comic-Con with the original series pilot out of Japan,” Jackson said.
Writer and director will be found later this year, with casting complete by year’s end.
Paramount Home Video sent Major Spoilers one of the behind the scenes clips from the upcoming Iron Man 2 DVD/Blu-ray release where Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Favreau, and Justin Theroux talk up Nick Fury and why he ended up in the movie franchise.
Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers sneak peeks of The Amory Wars: In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth 3 #4, Cars: Adventures of Tow Mater #2, Coldspace #4, Incorruptible #9, and more, that you can read after the jump.
Cold Space – a mini-series co-written by Samuel L. Jackson – got a fair amount of attention on launch, but how is it doing at the three-quarter mark? Find out my thoughts after the jump!
BOOM! Studios has the next installment of Coldspace coming your way this week. Take the jump for a sneak pf the Samuel L. Jackson and Eric Calderon’s series, as well as other offerings from the company arriving in stores this week.
For quite some time I have been meaning to combine my interests in comic book heroes, ancient Japanese poetry and strawberry milkshakes. I really couldn’t work the last one in but if you and I are ever at Sonic together remind me to pick some up.
Anyway, here’s some stuff I wrote while I was supposed to be paying attention to a presentation during my day job:
Put Samuel L. Jackson in a RoboCop suit, land him on a distant planet with two rival factions at each other’s throats, crank the Bad-Ass meter to 11, and you’ve got a comic book series that’s begging to be made. Fortunately, Boom! Studios has you covered with the new installment of Cold Space.
It’s a big week for BOOM! Studios as the company is set to unleash 7 Psychopaths #1, The Amory Wars: In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 #1, Coldspace #2, Disney’s Hero Squad Ultraheroes #5, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?: Dust to Dust #1, Incoruptible #6, and Wizards of Mickey #6. BOOM! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, that you can check out, after the jump!
Boom! Studios sent us this teaser image for an upcoming series.Â We don’t know any other details, but I wonder if it will be called “Mark Waid is Samuel L. Jackson”?
So any guesses?Â xXx, Jumper, the upcoming adaptation of Unthinkable, Shaft, or something else?
UPDATE: Diligent readers already spoiled the guessing game for everyone else, so…
COLD SPACE #1
From legendary actor Samuel L. Jackson and Emmy nominated writer/producer Eric Calderon, the team that brought you the Emmy-award-winning, best-selling Afro Samurai, comes their next original series Cold Space! When an on-the-run outlaw crash-lands on a hostile planet on the brink of civil war, he finds himself caught in the crossfire between two warring factions. But in chaos lies opportunityâ€¦ because where thereâ€™s war, thereâ€™s money to be made! A hard-boiled sci-fi action-adventure with art by Jeremy Rock and covers by Eisner Award-winning artist Dave Johnson and Irredeemable cover artist, Jeffrey Spokes!
FTR:Â I still like “Mark Waid is Samuel L. Jackson” better…
Do superhumans live among us? Iâ€™m not talking about folks who can run at near-light speed, leap tall buildings without getting a wedgie, or create illusions out of thin air (without the use of sleight-of-hand tricks, I mean. That means youâ€™re out, Chris Angel.). Iâ€™m talking about someone who is naturally above what we consider peak human levels of physical stamina, strength, resistance to injury or disease, etc. Letâ€™s assume there is such a person for argumentâ€™s sake. Would this person know theyâ€™re superhuman, or would they assume they were just a normal human, living out their lives like everyone else? What if one of these people realized they were in fact somethingâ€¦ else? M. Night Shyamalanâ€™s Unbreakable tries to answer these questions, so letâ€™s get to it.