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trebor8273 23rd May 2022 05:54 PM


Originally Posted by Demdike@Cult Labs (Post 670905)
Good to have Kittridge back. Really look forward to MI: Dead Reckoning.

Fantastic action films with some truly amazing set pieces and stunts better Bond type films than most if not all off the newer ones.

iank 23rd May 2022 09:21 PM

Something to actually look forward to!
I'm in shock. :happy::tongue1:

Susan Foreman 26th May 2022 08:09 AM

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After 'The Banana Splits Movie' comes... 'Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey'*

* Or 'Winnie The Sh*t' as he is known in these parts!

gag 26th May 2022 10:10 AM

Was just about to post that, I actually enjoyed the banana splits movie thought it fun, entertaining nonsense, was never going to great to be honest.

gag 31st May 2022 06:52 PM

Tom hanks to star in a live action of Pinocchio.

Pinocchio first look! Tom Hanks transforms into Geppetto and recreates classic 'star light, star bright' scene from original cartoon in magical new trailer for live-action remake

gag 8th June 2022 06:08 PM

Munsters teaser trailer,

nosferatu42 8th June 2022 06:57 PM

Longer trailer for that new Predator thingy, looks ok to me.:cool:

gag 8th June 2022 08:01 PM

Christophe Gans Says New ‘Silent Hill’ and ‘Fatal Frame’ Scripts Are “Ready

A few years back, Brotherhood of The Wolf director Christophe Gans (and director of the first Silent Hill film adaptation) had mentioned plans to do another Silent Hill film, along with plans for an adaptation of Fatal Frame. Fast forward to today, and Gans has revealed that he now has a scripts in hand for both projects.

Speaking with Jeux Video (thanks, VGC), Gans revealed that he wrote the script during the COVID-19 lockdowns, and says that this new script will be unrelated to the previous two films. “I’m currently working on it,” the translated article reads. “There were the COVID-19 years which finally forced us to stay at home. I took the opportunity to write two scripts. The script for a new Silent Hill movie is totally independent from the two previous movies made and respects the way Silent Hill has evolved.”

In making the script independent from the previous entries, Gans likens the series to the Twilight Zone, in that it’s “a place where anything and everything can happen”.

Gans states that the Silent Hill script is for a film to be released in 2023. “I worked on a new Silent Hill which is a Silent Hill of the year 2023, since the film would be released next year… in 2023… and not a Silent Hill as I imagined it in 2006.”

“It is a Silent Hill for today’s audiences while being ultra respectful of the saga,” continues Gans. “I am aware that Silent Hill is a very great video game franchise and a work of art in the noble sense of the term. The people who thought up Silent Hill put a lot of their guts into it. To know them well, they are extremely honest people. For me, it was important to design a Silent Hill in the light of the current public.”

In addition, Gans mentioned the Fatal Frame project, which he aims to release in 2024 after the Silent Hill film. While Gans didn’t elaborate much on that project, he did say that the script was “ready”, having been written under supervision by the folks at Tecmo

MrBarlow 18th June 2022 05:32 PM

Hercules Live Action Remake.

Guy Ritchie has boarded Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of Hercules.

Ritchie will direct the remake based on the 1997 film, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Ritchie previously directed Disney’s 2019 live-action Aladdin, which crossed the 1 billion mark at the global box office.

Dave Callaham, who wrote Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, penned a first draft of the script. The studio is currently in the process of searching for writers for the project.

Joe and Anthony Russo, the filmmakers behind Avengers: Endgame and Infinity War, are set to produce the film via their Agbo banner.

The original 1997 film, directed by Ron Clements and Jon Musker, offered a musical retelling of the Greek legend in which the hero must save Olympus from God of the Underworld, Hades. Tate Donovan voiced Hercules, while James Woods voiced Hades.

Susan Foreman 28th June 2022 01:29 PM

29 years after the original release...

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