Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Wolverine in Empire!!

Empire Magazine took a tour of 20th Century Fox's newest X-Men feature Wolverine and has some inside scoop regarding the film and a few of its stars. Empire features Hugh Jackman in character on the cover including another great image inside. "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" releases May 1st 2009 and it is said that its full trailer will be attached "Day the Earth Stood Still."

Dany Huston who plays William Stryker spoke a little bit about the depth of his sinister character. "The thing about Stryker is that he feels like he's got this God-given right, that he's on a crusade.
He both loves and hates mutants, because his son was a mutant and murdered his wife. So he understands what they're going through but despises their force, their potential danger. It's wonderfully complicated."
Huston continued with talk of Wolverine and Sabertooth, "In Logan and Creed, Stryker finds his children and hones their powers like racehorses. But as in the world of horseracing, when your horse breaks his leg and is suddenly useless, he has a very cold way of looking at them. And he's also a mad scientist excited by the possibilities of what he can do to mutants."

Hugh Jackman was quick to add that "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" could potentialy lead directly into the original X-Men film. "There's a scene in the first X-Men movie where Wolverine's introduced in a bar, fighting in a cage, and you felt that he did this every night of his life. If this movie is successful, you should feel that this guy can walk straight off the end of this film and into that bar." Nice to know that they are at least keeping continuity of the series going. Luckily for FOX, Wolverine doesn't age, so they can flip from prequel to sequels and Jackman essentially works either way. If of course, this leads into potential more stand alone Wolverine films. In my wetest dreams, Marvel would adapt to doing VS. films. The pot could potentially never run dry with limitless matches of various superheroes and villains. For the rest of the article checkout Empire and scroll down for the full cover and another image of Jackman as Wolvie!

Thoughts on Wolverine? What do you think of Huston's comments on Stryker? Does Wolverine look outstanding or could it just be more of the same? Does it matter? Strikeback....

Adventureland Trailer

Greg Mottola director of Superbad returns to the teen comedy genre with "Adventureland." Adventureland is set in the summer of 1987 and stars Jesse Eisenberg (The Squid and the Whale) as a college grad James, who gets a minimum wage job at a local theme park. Kristen Stewart (Twilight) plays Em, another employee of the theme park that falls for James and develops a more than friendly relationship with him. SNL regulars Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig appear to be managing the amusement park while Ryan Reynolds co-stars also working for a theme park. Adventureland looks like a fun film that has both heart and laughs. Mottola with his follow up to Superbad hasn't strayed too far from his comfort zone, considering how well recieved Superbad was, why would he? Adventureland releases March 27th, 2009. Checkout the Adventureland trailer below...

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Nimoy says, "Live Long & Prosper!"

Although William Shatner was chomping at the bit to be apart of JJ Abrams newest reboot of Star Trek, he wasn't and his old pal Leonard Nimoy instead made the logical decision to put on the Vulcan ears one more time. Trekkers have been wondering just how the original Spock would be unveiled in the newest film and it appears they didn't have to wait too long! Another trailer has been released that is the same as the last trailer, but with a different ending that reveals Leonard Nimoy as his old self. Nimoy only appears for about 3 seconds but it is worth a gander. Check it out below...

How excited are you to see JJ Abrams Star Trek? Does the reveal of Leonard Nimoy tickle your fancy? Strikeback....

Drago Enlists in Stallone's Expendables

Stallone is ramping up to start production on his latest directorial/acting effort with an original story written by Sylvester himself called "The Expendables." It has been previously announced that Stallone, Jet Li and Jason Statham would be starring in the mercenary story, but Stallone revealed at the red carpet premiere of Statham's Transporter 3 that an old nemsis of Rocky is very close to joining the film as well. That's right, Ivan Drago aka Dolph Lundgren, should be joing the cast for Stallone's newest!

Stallone said of casting Lundgren and others previously announced, "It'll be like a homecoming for the tough guys."

Having Dolph Lundgren in the film alongside Stallone will be a nice gesture, maybe this will give Dolph a jumpstart he has so desperately needed for awhile now. I still have my reservations about this film considering Stallone was quoted saying that the film will shoot for a PG13 rating! With this calliber of stars signed on for The Expendables, a PG13 rating seems absurd! Teens will get into the film regardless of the rating between R and PG13, so stick with a hard R rating!

What are your thoughts on Dolph in The Expendables? Will Lundgren and Stallone be on opposing sides once again or will they fight side-by-side? Strikeback...

The Avengers...Going to Suck!?!

Robert Downey Jr is a phenominal actor and has perfectly filled the role of Tony Stark. The future of Iron Man is safe with RDJ in the lead (it helps to have Jon Favreau directing too). Robert Downey Jr will be stepping back into the Iron Man suit next year after he finishes filming for Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes, but after that RDJ is slated to suit up once more for Marvel's team film, The Avengers. RDJ, who is hotter than grandma's biscuits at Thanksgiving Dinner, recently spoke with MTV about how important the Avengers film is to Marvel.

“If we don’t get it right it’s really, really going to suck,” said Downey. “It has to be the crowning blow of Marvel’s best and brightest because it’s the hardest thing to get right. It’s tough to spin all the plates for one of these characters.”

I hate to think just how bad the Avengers could possibly be. Anyone remeber the Captain America movie from 1990? At least it wont be anything like that dribble. Alot hinges on the casting of the next two Marvel characters in the works, Captain America and Thor. If Marvel moves ahead with strong castings that match Robert Downey Jr. and Edward Norton, I think were in for a superb film. There is that chance that Marvel just goes after the latest heart-throb (cough-cough....Channing Tatum) and we will definately be in for a world of hurt when the Avengers finally releases come 2011.

Iron Man has been a enormous success for Marvel and RDJ knows it is important to keep his character centered as the rest of the team is assembled. Downey Jr said, “I think its important that I do what I’m supposed to do which is keep my side of the street clean." Continuing Robert Downey Jr said, “The danger you run with colliding all these worlds is [director] Jon [Favreau] was very certain that ‘Iron Man’ should be set in a very realistic world. Nothing that happened in ‘Iron Man’ is really outside the realm of possibility. Once you start talking about Valhalla and supersized super soldiers and jolly green giants it warrants much further discussion.” Clearly, RDJ has some doubts about how much fantasy will be involved in The Avengers.

Robert Downey Jr's concerns are warranted considering the realm Thor covers. I would however be rest assured that, Marvel will not let their goldmine crumble by the hands of terrible storytelling or poor decision making. Marvel will continue delivering outstanding comic films. (I reserve the right to take all of my respect for Marvel back if they cast Channing Tatum in Captain America!)

What do you think? If The Avengers is too fanatsy based, will it suck? Who should direct The Avengers to assure it goes the right direction? In a perfect world, who would be your top choice for Captain America and Thor? Strikeback...

Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Wrestler Trailer & One-Sheet!!

Darren Aronfsky's newest film starring Mickey Rourke, "The Wrestler" has been recieving a large amount of buzz since doing the festival circuit. It appears that all of the positive buzz is very warranted. If a trailer is anything to gage a movie on, The Wrestler looks absolutely amazing! Being a child of the 80s I grew up loving the WWF Superstars and this film appeals to my inner kid. The Wrestling Circle is a tough road and so has been Rourke's career and it looks like The Wrestler matches the two up perfectly. Rourke's performance looks stunning and quite possibly a lock for Best Actor at either the Golden Globes or Academy Awards.

The official synopsis for The Wrestler: Back in the late ’80s, Randy “The Ram” Robinson (Mickey Rourke) was a headlining professional wrestler. Now, twenty years later, he ekes out a living performing for handfuls of diehard wrestling fans in high school gyms and community centers around New Jersey. Estranged from his daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) and unable to sustain any real relationships, Randy lives for the thrill of the show and the adoration of his fans. However, a heart attack forces him into retirement. As his sense of identity starts to slip away, he begins to evaluate the state of his life — trying to reconnect with his daughter, and striking up a blossoming romance with an exotic dancer (Marisa Tomei) who is ready to start a new life. Yet all this cannot compare to the allure of the ring and passion for his art, which threatens to pull Randy “The Ram” back into his world of wrestling.

The original song Bruce Springsteen has recorded for the film is also equally impressive. The trailer and everything I have seen or heard about this film just screams perfection. The Wrestler has a limited release December 31st and will expand in January. Checkout the official synopsis, trailer and one-sheet below or head over to Apple to see it in High Definition.

The Wrestler flat out looks insane! I cannot wait to see it. Anybody disagree? Strikeback...

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Stop All the Damn Foreign Remakes!!

Why must Hollywood insist on taking amazing foreign cinema and destroying it? There are countless examples of studios taking film from around the world or right here in the USA and deciding to remake it. Simply it rarely ever works, but needless to say Hollywood continues to try us with good cinema turned bad.

Recently 3 remakes were announced and none of them are all that easy to stomach. First up is the insanely timeless Swedish vampire tale, "Let the Right One In." Matt Reeves director of Cloverfield recently announced he would be taking a bite out of the swedish tale with an American version. Next came the announcement that Steven Spielberg and Will Smith were teaming up to take a wack at the amazing South Korean film "Oldboy." Lastly, this week came news that newbie director Fredrik Bond will be directing a remake of another South Korean film, "The Host" in which Gore Verbinsky will produce.

All three of the original films are outstanding films and don't warrant the need for a remake. Allow American audiences to learn about these films on their own. For god sakes, make America read some subtitles and get out of the tendency of remaking every great foreign film. It seems every time, the U.S. version is dummied down or serverely loses the imapct anyways. Take for example [Rec.], its recent remake that released this year in cinemas, "Quarantine" was terrible! Everything great about [Rec.] was lost and instead we all got a typical zombie film. [Rec.] isn't even available to see here in the U.S. (unless you really persue it) and we already have a remake playing in local cinemas. Director of Let the Right One In, Tomas Alfredson feels the same as and wishes American audiences could just adapt to reading subtitles. He told Movie Zine, “Remakes should be made of movies that aren’t very good, that gives you the chance to fix whatever has gone wrong. I’m very proud of my movie and think it’s great, but the Americans might be of another opinion. The saddest thing for me would be to see that beautiful story made into something mainstream… I don’t like to whine, but of course - if you’d spent years on painting a picture, you’d hate to hear buzz about a copy even before your version. Why can’t you just read the subtitles?”

I hate the fact that actors like Will Smith see an amazing film such as Oldboy or Matt Reeves with Let the Right One In and are like, "I can make some serious money here in the States if I remake that for American audiences." They try to rationalize their choice to remake the film by saying they are delivering their interpretation of the film, but that is just bullshit, and we all know it. What about the original directors vision? Which hardly ever seems utilized. In rare instences like The Ring, the original director remade the film for American audiences, but how many more times has that ever happened? It's time Hollywood stops making all these remakes of films that should just be re-released in U.S. theaters in their original form.

What are your thoughts on all the foreign remakes? Should we just enjoy the original films or have them adapted to American cinema? Are you interested in any of these remakes? Have you seen any of the originals? Strikeback....

Clooney Dressed to Stare at Goats

Back in September I did a story on one of George Clooney's newest projects "Men Who Stare at Goats" and this week comes our first look at Clooney himself dressed in the military garb for the film. The photos come courtesy of Just Jared. In the film based on the 2004 book of the same name Clooney plays Lyn Cassady, who claims to be a former secret U.S. military psychic soldier who was reactivated post-Sept. 11. The film is shooting on location in Albuquerque New Mexico. Men Who Stare at Goats also stars Ewan McGregor, Jeff Bridges, Kevin Spacey and Robert Patrick.

The official synopsis for "Men Who Stare at Goats" goes as follows, "In 1979 a secret unit was established by the most gifted minds within the US Army. Defying all known accepted military practice - and indeed, the laws of physics - they believed that a soldier could adopt the cloak of invisibility, pass cleanly through walls and, perhaps most chillingly, kill goats just by staring at them. Entrusted with defending America from all known adversaries, they were the First Earth Battalion. And they really weren't joking. What's more, they're back and fighting the War on Terror. 'The men who stare at goats' reveals extraordinary - and very nutty - national secrets at the core of George W Bush's War on Terror."

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Thoughts on Clooney as Lyn Cassady? How bout that stach? Men Who Stare at Goats has enormous potenial. Strikeback...

Chuck Creator to Pen X-Men: First Class

As I had reported back in July, Fox is moving forward with "X-Men: First Class," well this week comes news that the studio behind the previous 3 X-Men films has hired Josh Schwartz writer/producer of the O.C., Gossip Girl and Chuck to pen a draft for the film. Variety reports that Scharwtz has an option to direct the film pending the script. This news all but confirms that Fox is intending to go with a younger cast and restart the X-Men franchise with "X-Men: First Class." Fox had been teetering both ways since July but with the creator of 3 hit teen and twenty something shows on board, no doubt the studio is moving forward with the notion of a younger cast. Hallelujah!!

Not being a fan of any of the three shows Josh Schwartz has created, I can't say I am too excited, but regardless a fresh reboot to X-Men is good thing. Rattner soiled X-Men franchise with "Last Stand" but to go with a great inspiration such as X-Men: First Class is a real big step in the right direction. Scharwtz also brings an energy to the franchise that it could definately benefit from. The original X-Men: First Class comics were a 8 issue run that featured Beast, Cyclops, Marvel Girl, Iceman and Angel all in their formative years at Xaiver School for the Gifted.

Now this does give Fox a chance to bring back Professor Xavier, but it remains to be seen if Fox will stick with the original 8 issue comics characters or bring in a new array of mutants. Sticking the with books original 5 members seems like the best choice. Although Fox would definately have to recast Jean Grey/Marvel Girl, Beast and Cyclops. However Iceman and Angel from X-Men: Last Stand could definately return. Both Ben Foster and Shawn Ashmore are young enough and both are strong enough actors that could fill the roles nicely. Foster is actually a very talented actor and would be awesome to see back as Angel. It remains to be seen just how Schwartz will develop X-Men: First Class, but the wheels are turning. More news at it develops.

Thoughts on Josh Schwartz writting and possibly directing a new X-Men film? Which X-Men characters should be in First Class? Should the film remain loyal to the book? Strikeback....

Two Scribes Join Forces for Captain America

A week ago Joe Johnston signed on to direct "First Avenger: Captain America" and now this week the film has found its writers. The writting team of Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have been hired on to pen the script for Marvel studios THR is reporting. Markus and McFeely have worked previously together on both The Chronicles of Narnia films and the HBO film "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers." Kevin Feige, who has produced nearly every Marvel comic book film that you can name X-Men to Iron Man, will again produce Captain America. Feige is also slated to produce upcoming Marvel titles Iron Man 2, The Avengers and Doctor Strange.

Markus and McFeely seem to be decent choices for Captain America. I can't say that I was blown away by either of the Narnia films, but they are entertaining. With a Joe Johnston directing and giving some his input it seems First Avenger: Captain America has a very family orientated production team. Johnston directed Honey I Shrunk the Kids and Jumanji, while the two scribes have had the bread and butter from Narnia. Joe Johnston has directed Hidalgo and October Sky which were both decent. Alot is hanging on well Johnston latest "Wolfman" with Benecio Del Toro pans out. For now Johnston and Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely can begin hammering out the proposed synopsis that Marvel released awhile back.

Thoughts on Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely writting Captain America? Does it push you either way? Definately not a mind blowing announcement. Now who the hell is gonna play Steve Rogers aka Captain America? Strikeback....

Moon One-Sheet!!

"Moon" is Duncan Jones newest film that stars Sam Rockwell and looks to be absolutely brillaint. The images that have been released and the synopsis combined have me chomping at the bit to see this film, then you add the fact that Sam Rockwell is the lead! Sam Rockwell is a cut above the rest, when it comes to acting and to have him starring in a throwback scifi film is a real treat. I can't be anymore specific about how good Moon looks. To add to the Moon excitement I've got the first One-Sheet for the Duncan Jones film courtesy Impawards. Unfortunately, we still have no release date for this film, but it is sure to hit the early film festivals in 2009. Checkout the one-sheet below....

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Could This Be Burton's Mad Hatter?

A peculiar image was released or leaked this week of said Johnny Depp dressed as Mad Hatter. I have the now infamous image for you, in wonder if this is actually the Tim Burton concept of Depp, what Depp will actually look like, or just what some superfan created at home? Everyone has thought that the film, especially the stuff of Alice inside of Wonderland would be shot in motion capture. So why is Depp dressed in full garb? Did Depp need to do this to wrap his head around the character? (I know, that was a big stretch) All this image really does is confuse! To further confuse, some sites have had this images pulled from their webpages, to further speculate that the image is indeed legit. For now, the jury is still out on the image as to whether it is an actual concept image or just fan made. It definately looks like something Tim Burton would dream up. Until official word comes either way, checkout the image below...

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What do you think? Real or fake? Will Burton's Alice in Wonderland still be in 3D and utilize motion capture? Only time will tell...sorry for the cliche

Tatum as Captain America...Please God No!

Someone actually thought to ask Channing Tatum if he had ever thought about playing Captain America in the upcoming Marvel film that has just recently found itself a director. I will leave my utter disgust that someone actually asked Tatum further allowing the idea to fester and grow in the young actors mind for later, but Cinematical recently did and here's what he had to say.

"Captain America? Oh my God! Oddly enough, I just got given a book – one of the painters came up and here gave me a book. I would think about it. Maybe it's destiny! I would definitely think about it – I just got done doing G.I. Joe, though. If Joe does well, and it doesn't seem to be the exact same story, then I would. I don't know. They seem to be very, very similar – almost identical. Except for the – I think he takes a serum? Like a strength serum? [But the WWII setting] could be very very cool."

How can anyone in their right mind actually think, "Yeah...Channing Tatum is a good choice for Captain America," are you smoking crack? Channing Tatum is probably one of the worst choices I have heard to date for the legendary Captain America! Tatum isn't perse a bad actor, but a possibility as Captain America? Come on! Sure Tatum has the right build, he seems All-American and what not, but as Capatin America? You have got to be joking me! As Channing pointed out, he just finished GI JOE and the characters are similair, but in no way shape or form should Channing Tatum play Captain America! Can anyone actually picture Tatum measuring up to the likes of Robert Downey Jr. and possibly Edward Norton (if Norton and Marvel patch things up) in the upcoming Avengers film? Let's not forget the fact that Captain America actually leads the Avengers and RDJ and Norton taking orders from Tatum, just really rubs me the wrong way!!

Thankfully, this is some fans piped up dream. Let's hope and pray that Marvel has not and will not, ever entertain the idea of Channing Tatum as Captain America! I understand that casting Captain America is a huge chore. There aren't really that many great actors that could fill the shoes of the Captain, but settling for Channing Tatum would be a huge mistake...Huge! May I suggest Matt Damon for Captain America or perhaps Matthew Fox? Brad Pitt would nail the role, but his likelyhood of ever signing on seems very slim to none. Sam Worthington, who is becoming a hot commodity lately, might be a good fit also. I mean Scott Speedman would be a better choice than Channing Tatum. Honestly, if it came down to Channing Tatum or Matthew McConaughey, I vote McConaughey all the way!

What are your thoughts on Channing Tatum as Captain America? Does leading GI JOE warrant Tatum landing the role of Captain America? Who would you want for Captain America? Strikeback....

Monday, November 17, 2008

First Look: Moon

Duncan Jones has recently wrapped filming of his newest film starring Sam Rockwell, "Moon" and courtesy of Bloody Disgusting I have some exclusive photos from the film for you to gander at. "Moon" follows Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) who is a Helium 3 miner and has been on contract alone for three years working for the space company LUNAR on the Moon Selene. The gas Bell mines for holds the key in reversing Earth's energy crisis. Bell's time on the Moon has been enlightening and uneventful, although two weeks before his return to Earth, Sam begins seeing and hearing things along with a strange feeling coming over him that he is not alone. Sam Bell realizes that LUNAR has their own plans for replacing him and the new recruit is extremely familiar.

"Moon" is directed by Duncan Jones who co-wrote the screenplay with Nathan Parker. Adding to the enjoyment, Clint Mansell (Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain) is doing the score for the film. Kevin Spacey also stars alongside Sam Rockwell, but it appears Spacey only recorded voice-track as he may be playing a Hal-esque robot that runs the ship Sam Bell is isolated in. Checkout the collage of photos below and for a full report and set pics go to Bloody Disgusting

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How rad does Moon look? Sam Rockwell is an amazing actor and I couldn't think of a better person to showcase stuck in space on his own for an entire film.

Spock Beemed!!

With the Star Trek trailer now hitting the net, we've all seen it at least a couple times. What an amazing trailer! See what getting a Star Wars fan does for Star Trek! All of the imagery is outstanding, the action and starship sequences look oustanding and the cast looks incredible in their roles! One thing that jumped out at me after watching the trailer so many times, was how cool Spock being beemed in the trailer looked! So I thought I'd give you a frame-by-frame breakdown of Spock being beemed down. The animation is outstanding and well Zachary Quinto looks to have nailed the part beyond belief! Checkout the frames below.....

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Are all you non-Trek fans convinced yet? Will this be the best Star Trek to date? JJ Abrams looks to have knocked this one out of the universe! Strikeback...

Out of This World Star Trek Trailer

If you haven't had a chance to checkout the newest JJ Abrams Star Trek trailer, Apple has it exclusively but I got a decent version of the trailer for you here below! The trailer is insane, beyond fantastic, and looks to have amped up the scifi series to a point that may appeal way beyond the normal Trekker. I have always been a fan of Star Trek, but JJ Abrams has stepped up to the plate and really delivered an amazing cinema going experience. My anticipation of this movie has really jumped up a notch. Between Star Trek, Watchmen and Terminator Salvation we are in for some outstanding films! Anyways checkout the trailer over at Apple in High Defintion or just watch it below....

Thoughts on the trailer? Does this change your opinion of the Star Trek series? Are you one of the Trek haters that is now saying, "damn that looks good!"

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Norton's Twin Effect in Leaves of Grass

"Leaves of Grass" has just finished principal photography and actor/director/writer Tim Blake Nelson recently released the first look at Edward Norton playing identical twins in his latest film. Leaves of Grass follows two twin brothers (Edward Norton). One is a Ivy league professor and the other is a Oklahoma marijuana farmer. When the professor is lured home by his brother the two become entrenched in a botched plan against the local druglord (Richard Dreyfuss) that could cost one of their lives.

Tim Blake Nelson, who wrote, directed and stars in "Leaves of Grass" talked with MTV a little bit about working with Norton and some of the challenges they faced with shooting. “There were technical challenges to be sure...and so we did motion control and split-screen approaches, depending on the needs of the scene, and I think that will work really well...We always had to do both characters in the same day, because the camera was blocked off. It was always one character for the first half of the day, and the other character for the second,” Blake Nelson said. He continued to give high praise of Norton's performance as the identical twins. “You couldn’t believe that it was the same actor playing the two; it was just breathtaking." Adding to the praise Blake Nelson said, “It’s very exciting to watch, and very exciting to direct. He was incredibly meticulous in his approach, and the result is going to be really jaw-dropping.”

Tim Blake Nelson continuing spoke of the exploring the twins brothers who are completely different, “Edward Norton plays identical twins, and the movie pits two philosophies against one another, as depicted by the same actor. One is a rationalist, and one is a hedonist. And the movie explores those two approaches on how to live a life.” With Norton at the helm of these two clashing personalities, Leaves of Grass sounds like a great film.

Lastly, Blake Nelson spoke of the tone of the film. “It’s a film whose primary purpose is to entertain; so really at the heart of it, you’re watching an extraordinary actor playing these twins. The movie is hopefully funny, unpredictable, and unique.” Blake Nelson can definately do funny, and with Edward Norton, Richard Dreyfuss, Susan Sarandon and Keri Russell Leaves of Grass should be a nice treat. Tim Blake Nelson added that he will be heading to the edit bay with the film and does not have a tenative release date set. The film looks to be heading to the film festival circuit some time next year.

Thoughts on Leaves of Grass. Edward Norton playing twins sound like a good time? Are you looking forward to this film? Strikeback...

Saturday, November 15, 2008

More Watchmen Images!!!

After watching the newest Watchmen trailer for the hundreth time I wanted to do a few screen captures that illustrate how amazing Zack Synder's interpretation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon's epic graphic novel. Below I have 9 new images for you to look at that all display the magnitude of the film. Watchmen releases March 6th 2009, untill then checkout the high resolution images below.

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Is their anyone who doesn't think Watchmen looks amazing? Just another comic book movie or is Watchmen going to recieve The Dark Knight type acclaim?