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Michael Clarke Duncan dead at age 54

Actor Michael Clarke Duncan has passed away at the age of 54, from complications suffered from a heart attack he had in July.

Known for his big build and deep voice, Duncan was in the prime of his life. His first movie role was in 1995's Friday, and he had several small parts playing bouncers and muscle men. It wasn't until 1997's Armageddon that he had a meatier role with more lines, playing one of the rough-and-tumble drilling crew drafted into blowing up an approaching asteroid.

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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Trailer: A Good Day to Die Hard

The first explosive trailer for the fifth Die Hard movie, titled A Good Day to Die Hard, has been released. Expect to see the trailer start to run in theaters tomorrow, but for those of us online and eager  to see what a 57-year-old John McClane (Bruce Willis to the rest of us) looks like 'sploding things up, here it is.

 

 

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

A photo of Daniel Radcliffe, the horny Harry Potter star

When a photograph showing former Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe shows up with the actor sprouting a pair of devil-like horns on the top of his brow, a sensationalistic headline can't be very far behind.

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Monday, October 1, 2012

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane to host 2013 Oscars

After the gamble two years ago to inject new blood into the Academy Awards show failed to materialize in critical or commercial success, the producers of the event have decided to place their bet on someone edgier. It turns out that individual is Seth MacFarlane, the creator of Fox's Family Guy cartoon series as well as American Dad and The Cleveland Show. Let's also not forget that MacFarlane's first foray into motion pictures, Universal's Ted movie, made over $200 million dollars at the box office this past summer.

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Spec'd: Prometheus Blu-ray

Details have finally emerged about Ridley Scott's Prometheus home video release. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is bringing two different releases to consumers, a 2-disc Blu-ray combo pack and a 4-disc collector's edition pack.

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Spec'd: The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray & DVD

The Dark Knight Rises, the final chapter in director Christopher Nolan's Batman movie trilogy will arrive on store shelves on December 4, 2012. Warner Bros. will be releasing the film on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download, and there will also be a special limited edition "bat pod" box set for Bat-collectors to add to their collection.

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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Comic book writer Mark Millar gets hired to oversee 20th Century Fox's Marvel movies

20th Century Fox has turned to one of Marvel Comics' top writers to consult on their Marvel-based superhero movies. That man is Scottish-born Mark Millar, the writer of such Marvel books as Old Man Logan, which told a tale of an senior-aged Wolverine, The Ultimates and his own creator owned work such as Kick-Ass, Nemesis and Wanted. Millar was also one of a handful of top Marvel Comics scribes picked to give creative briefs to Iron Man director Jon Favreau when he was putting together that movie.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Revolution has strong ratings in its second week on the air

It's almost an unspoken rule about science fiction shows on one of the four big networks: they don't last very long, so you better tune in to watch them when they're young. However, a positive indication that this trend could be broken for NBC's new post-apocalyptic hour-long drama Revolution was seen in the show's ratings for its second episode.

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Waterproof monster movie gets scary writers

Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan got their big break when the screenplay for their gore-filled horror movie Feast won the interest of the Project Greenlight producers. Feast went on to earn a decent return on the show's minimal investment and in turn produce two direct-to-video sequels. It also brought the writers to the attention of the Saw movie-makers, and subsequently saw them hired on to write the last four installments of that other gory horror movie franchise.

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Monday, September 24, 2012

Len Wiseman tagged to direct Mummy movie remake

Straight from the Total Recall remake, director Len Wiseman will make his next paycheck directing the reboot of Universal's The Mummy.

Back when this one was first announced, my first thought was "Why?" After all, it had been less than 15 years since the release of the modern reboot of The Mummy, which at that time was directed by Stephen Sommers. Two sequels followed, with the second one proving to be more profitable than the third.

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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Three new movies open well while Dredd splats

September has always been a slower month at the box office for the movie industry, and the second-to-last weekend of September 2012 has proved to be no exception to the rule.

Three new releases were the ones that almost had a three-way tie. End of Watch, the police thriller/drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena, and the thriller House at the End of the Street starring Jennifer Lawrence are currently tied for the first place with an estimated weekend gross of $13 million dollars each.

The new Clint Eastwood movie, Trouble with the Curve, just missed home plate too. Its estimated gross is $12.7 million.

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Guillermo del Toro's vampires of The Strain get FX pilot, possible series

Besides being a workaholic, Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro co-wrote three books with Chuck Hogan about vampires taking over the world. The Strain was first published back in 2010, followed by The Fall and then The Night Eternal, the final novel in the series. FX Network has now asked for a pilot to be co-written, produced and directed by del Toro, with the intention of picking up The Strain as a new series for the network.

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Marvel's Kevin Feige on future Hulk stand-alone movies

It's funny how audiences seem to be more excited about seeing the Hulk in his own movie after watching The Avengers than they were after his earlier stand-alone films, 2003's Hulk and 2008's The Incredible Hulk. I guess that's what comes after approaching the character in a fun, "Hulk smash" way than the more somber and dramatic themes explored in the Hulk's two earlier movies.

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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

DVD Review: Ghosts of the Abyss 3D

There's almost a sub-genre of cinema based on James Cameron's interest in the deep ocean. The Abyss and Titanic are the two fictional movies but Cameron has also created documentaries that serve almost as companion pieces to these pictures, namely Aliens of the Deep and Ghosts of the Abyss. The latter was an theatrically release hour-long show that came out in 2003. With the staggering billion-dollar success of 1997's Titanic, Cameron was convinced (perhaps not financially but certainly creatively) to go back and revisit the final resting place of the most infamous passenger vessel to traverse the ocean.

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Report: Thanos returning in Avengers 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy movies

Remember that big purple-skinned guy that you saw at the end of Marvel's The Avengers movie? That was Thanos, one of the heavyweight bad guys in the Marvel Comics universe. He's Clubber Lang to Rocky Balboa for the Avengers, a despotic alien who hails from the Saturian moon Titan. In addition to wanting to subjugate the Earth, Thanos is also in love with the physical embodiment of Death.

Yeah, Thanos has got issues.

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Is Patrick Stewart returning to the X-Men movie universe?

20th Century Fox has already announced its intentions to release X-Men: Days of Future Past on July 18, 2014. With a hard deadline set, plans are rapidly proceeding for director Matthew Vaughn and most, if not all, of the cast from X-Men: First Class to assemble early next year on a soundstage, somewhere.

But will there be a cast member from the first trilogy of X-Men movies appearing in Days of Future Past? Will the time-bending storyline for the X-Men prequel sequel feature two different actors playing Professor X?

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