What is Movie News After Dark? Like your collegiate sex life, it will be in and out quick with nothing very interesting to say. It will, however, deliver unto you all the magical and wondrous movie news of the day. And it promises to call you the next day, because you’re a person, dammit.
We open tonight with images of humans running away from fireballs. It must be time for a Michael Bay update. This one is from Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and it includes zero robots. Not quite as interesting as the ones that include robots, but still quite ‘splosiony.
Craig Robinson is the antichrist. Well, he will be playing the antichrist, at least, in one of those Lionsgate microbudget flicks everyone’s been talking about. The Paul Middleditch directed film, Rapturepalooza, will take place a year after the Rapture. It will center on a couple who wants to open a sandwich cart business. Excellent.
Paramount has optioned the young adult novel Earthseed, which chronicles a group of children who are blasted into space away from a dying Earth with hopes of finding a habitable planet where they can rebuild the species. Dexter and Twilight scribe Melissa Rosenberg has been hired to write. The novel has two sequels. Franchise!
I love the art of Tim Doyle. He has produced several of my favorite Mondo Tees posters. He is featured as part of the upcoming Quentin vs. Coens art show being put on by Spoke Art, and /Film has debuted a series of pieces he’s done for the Tarantino side of things. Here’s a personal favorite:
The voice casting for Green Lantern is quickly being spilled onto the tubes of the interwebs. Yesterday it was Michael Clarke Duncan as Kilowog, today it’s Geoffrey Rush as Tomar-Re. And just as it was yesterday, it’s all good for Green Lantern.
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