Martin Campbell

In a world — also known as The Internet — where we are constantly groaning at the prospect of filmmakers and studios rehashing, reinventing and repackaging just about any idea they can get their hands on, we should be applauding new ideas and approaches.

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Angela Bassett

Variety is reporting this evening that Angela Bassett has joined the cast of Green Lantern, which is currently in production in New Orleans. She’s been cast as Dr. Amanda Waller, a character that has popped in and out of various DC Comics properties over the years.

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One of the more important secondary characters in the upcoming Warner Bros. comic book adaptation Green Lantern is that of Senator Hammond, the father of the film’s main Earthly villain, Dr. Hector Hammond (Peter Sarsgaard). Senator Hammond is connected to just about everyone — and now he’s been cast.

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down and sees if Edge of Darkness and When in Rome can make the grade.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Neil is still off galavanting at Sundance TwentyTen, so Kevin welcomes Merrill Barr from The Film Stage to the Magical Studio in the Sky to talk about Edge of Darkness and When In Rome.

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I loved Edge of Darkness precisely because it was more than I expected.

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Hey! It’s that Green Lantern concept art all the cool kids seem to be talking about!

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Green Lantern director Martin Campbell thinks that Sherlock Holmes and RocknRolla star Mark Strong looks like Sinestro, the red-faced nemesis of that guy with the green power ring.

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It isn’t exactly news about the destruction of a major comic book franchise, but this little tidbit will do for a rather boring afternoon.

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Blake Lively. She’s the one chosen to go to the world of the Green Lantern alongside Ryan Reynolds. Warner Bros. and director Martin Campbell signed her onto the project today to play Carol Ferris.

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Once upon a time Daphne Du Maurier wrote a neat little short story about birds run amok called The Birds. Oh, how far we’ve fallen since then.

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DUNE

Since Peter Berg might possibly, maybe, could not be directing Dune, we’ve decided to throw a few hats into the ring. Who do you think could helm one of the hardest science fiction adaptations of all time?

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Just as we report that Martin Campbell’s production of Green Lantern is being pulled out of Australia by big daddy Warner Bros. due to the rising Aussie dollar, some more (and decidedly more interesting) news appears to be coming out of the production.

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In Boston, the only city in America with corruption and crime, a policeman’s daughter is shot right in front of him, so he tracks down answers and sets to ass-kicking.

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Two things that can ruin a good comic book movie buzz: script delays and a rising currency exchange rate. In the case of Warner Bros’ Green Lantern movie, it is a little bit of both.

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Is your potential enjoyment of the upcoming Green Lantern film dependant on who gets cast as Hal Jordan? Get ready for disappointment…

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Less than two months ago we asked our readers to discuss who they think should take on the role of Hal Jordan, aka The Green Lantern, in the upcoming blockbuster film from director Martin Campbell. And as far as we can tell, no one guessed that it would be this guy…

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Green Lantern Concept Art

News is coming down the wire that the long-gestating production of Green Lantern, the DC Comics property that is next up for Warner Bros., is finally setting up shop down under.

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Casino Royale Director Martin Campbell

Martin Campbell has resurrected James Bond from the dead. Twice. So why is he not the permanent James Bond director?

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Just when things were starting to look up for Mel Gibson…

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