Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D

Brendan Fraser was threatening to leave the production of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island even before his latest family friendly flick fell flat, but now that he’s gone for good (since director Eric Brevig left to deliver this magnum opus), the production has decided to go to the man most well known for children’s movies: The Rock. Dwayne Johnson has officially been named as the replacement to star in the film. It’s a great marketing tactic considering his Sesame street cred, and it probably won’t hurt the creative integrity in anyway unless they run out of ways to throw yo-yos at the screen (in 3D!). Josh Hutcherson is reprising his role (as, most likely, a Plan B to missing out on Spider-Man), and as with the first, the movie will take Jules Verne’s work and weave it into a story that mirrors the plot to his novel “The Mysterious Island.” [Cinematical]

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has released the names of the 7 finalist in the Visual Effects category.

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The Academy has announced its 15 finalists for the Best Visual Effects Oscar, and we know one film that can be eliminated right off the bat… Here’s a hint: it stars Keanu Reeves.

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Brendan Fraser: The Topic of Boiling Point

Resident Rage-addict Robert thinks critics soften the blows of to ‘popular’ casts and hammer away at ‘easy targets’ and he’s upset as always.

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The Reject Report

Well, on this fine July day the big story here at the Reject Report is Eddie Murphy. Not because his new movie, Meet Dave, was a moneymaker at the box office. No, the story is how badly the thing tanked!

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Brendan Fraser gives into peer pressure in Journey to the Center of the Earth!

Are you the kind of person who likes to pound down a few beers before riding a roller coaster or the Tilt-o-Whirl at an amusement park? Well, then you’re the kind of person who might want to get drunk while watching a 3D action movie.

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Kevin’s son Liam joins the Fat Guys as a special guest because he’s seen more movies this week than Neil has… but Neil still brags about seeing The Dark Knight already.

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The Reject Report

We have three new movies on tap at the local theaters this weekend –quite a change from previous weeks when we’d have only one or two big blockbusters rolling out to destroy all competition.

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Brendan Fraser

Our Nathan Deen takes a look at the career of Brendan Fraser, whose face seems to be all over the late-Summer movie season. The only problem is that Fraser’s movies don’t always end up being very good…

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Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D

What chance does a PG family film have against the angriest man at Film School Rejects? Check inside for an early review.

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Josh Hutcherson at an Advance Screening of

Josh Hutcherson chats with FSR about his new movie, the 3D process and what dino drool tastes like.

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Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D

I didn’t expect to be that excited about Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D, so when Director Eric Brevig and Executive Producer/Star Brendan Fraser introduced it as being the first step into the next era of movie-making, I wasn’t sure how to respond. I still wasn’t sure what the two men meant by the time the credits rolled, but I was definitely starting to.

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1,500 more 3D capable screens are coming to theaters soon. Are we headed into the future of filmmaking or back to the 1950s?

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Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D Movie Poster

For some reason we have all seemingly taken our eyes off of anything related to Brendan Fraser this summer.

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Brendan Fraser has seen better days. But this summer, he looks to get back into big money blockbusters with two big projects.

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