At a brunch over the weekend in Cannes, executives at Morgan Creek announced a new project being billed as “Adam and Eve in space,” that will star Keanu Reeves and a yet to be determined sultry leading lady.
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Nicolas Winding Refn is a great filmmaker. He’s also an avid toy collector and a man obsessed with violence and criminals. Watch how these things come together as we enter the mind of the man who gave us Bronson.
We can all breathe a small sigh of relief that studio Sunrise and Shinichiro Watanabe are going to be solidly involved in the production of Cowboy Bebop. Is it enough to make us forget temporarily that Keanu Reeves isn’t involved?
There was a lot of fake movie news floating around yesterday, but there’s always a lot of fake movie news floating around. We take a look at eleven rumor stories (some true, some false) that really should have been posted on April 1st.
The big news of the hour is that The Day the Earth Stood Still made $31 million at the box office over the weekend. That’s a first-place finish all right, but well below what a lot of people thought it would make.
With Keanu Reeves’ latest film hitting theaters this weekend, we turn to our resident cranks Josh Radde and Adam Sweeney to decide whether Keanu is bottom of the barrel or one of the most important actors of his generation.
“If the Earth dies, you die. If you die, the Earth survives.” So says Keanu, aka Klaatu, in the big-budget remake of The Day the Earth Stood Still. This may not be a reason to celebrate, but it gives us some good reasons to drink.
Kevin and Neil are overwhelmed with the impending awards season, feverishly trying to watch all the films at press screenings and on studio-provided DVDs. They know this makes you jealous, but such is the life of illustrious film critics.
Director Scott Derrickson’s remake of the 1951 science fiction classic, the latest in the long line of shiny, CG-heavy remakes, might be attractive at first, but in the end it reveals itself to be less than worthy of its name.
Klaatu Barata Rejects! Those of you in Columbus who want to see if we die and if the Earth survives, here’s how you can see an advance IMAX screening of The Day the Earth Stood Still on Thursday, December 11, free of charge.
Last night Fox broadcasted a 7-minute clip from the upcoming sci-fi remake The Day the Earth Stood Still. Some of the footage was also released at Comic-Con this year and as part of the first trailer, but much of it is brand new.
There’s anger out there. Serious, deep seated anger has gripped a segment of the population. The Rocky Horror Picture Show fanatics are foaming at the mouth, furious at the prospect of the most feared word in the world of film lovers: Remake.
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