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Justice League of America feature Superman, Batman, the Flash, Aquaman and Wonder Woman

Thursday, September 27, 2007 by Red

Jessica Biel is in talks to play Wonder Woman in Warner Bros.' all-star superhero film Justice League of America, reports Variety.

The potential deal marks the first piece of casting to emerge from the DC Comics-based ensemble project, which is expected to feature Superman, Batman, the Flash and Aquaman in addition to Wonder Woman.

George Miller (Happy Feet) will direct the big screen adaptation. Kieran and Michele Mulroney wrote the script.
Source: Superherohype

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Zack Snyder speaks on WATCHMEN

Wednesday, September 26, 2007 by Red

It's still another year and a half, before the big-screen adaptation of the seminal graphic novel WATCHMEN finally arrives in theaters, but director Zack Snyder is already hard at work and shooting the exploits of Rorschach, Nite Owl and company.

Snyder took a moment to give fans an unshaven greeting from the set, just checking in and promising to feed us morsels as the production rolls forward. Considering the online presence during the filming of 300, I believe him. Check out what he has to say.

George Miller direct JUSTICE LEAGUE movie

Friday, September 21, 2007 by Red

Variety confirms the official announcement of what has been the assumption on movies sites for weeks: George Miller (HAPPY FEET, THE ROAD WARRIOR) will direct the big-screen JUSTICE LEAGUE movie.
Warner Bros. is moving aggressively ahead with the bigscreen adaptation of DC Comics' "Justice League of America," with George Miller aboard to direct.

Project, which is in the initial phases of casting, is a pre-strike priority for the studio, which needs a superhero tentpole for 2009.

Still, making all the pieces fit has been complicated by overlapping superhero projects in the pipeline, since "Justice League" features a pantheon of superheroes including Superman and Batman.

Michael Bay to Jump Ship From Transformers 2 for a Pre-Strike Movie?

Tuesday, September 18, 2007 by Red

Transformers director Michael Bay says he will probably leave preproduction on a Transformers sequel so that he can work on another film before the big Hollywood strike of 2008.

‘Transformers 2′, well that’s another story. Iching [sic] to work pre-strike (June) so I might jump ship and come back a year or so later cause people at the studio have been dragging for two months. Not sure why. I’ll keep you informed.”

I wonder if this film will be the Disney adaptation of Prince of Persia (which was listed on the pre-strike memo) or 2012: The War for Souls. Bay has also just screened the final IMAX cut of Transformers:

“But I just saw the first IMAX print of ‘Transformers’. Not depressing - freakin AWESOME! They need to bottle the magic of IMAX because it’s the future of cinema. It comes out next Friday the 21st. I added some extra scenes.”
Source: Slashfilm

Transformers poster IMAX re-release

Sunday, September 16, 2007 by Red

Paramount Pictures has provided this new poster for the September 21 re-release of Transformers in IMAX theaters.

Source: Superherohype

Iron Man Video Game Concept Art

Friday, September 14, 2007 by Red

First two pieces of Iron Man video game concept art, courtesy of the mad geniuses at Sega!.

Batman TDK shoot in Chicago

Wednesday, September 12, 2007 by Red

TDK shoot in Chicago around August 29, 2007 by Batman-on-film

Iron Man Trailer

Tuesday, September 11, 2007 by Red

A very descriptive trailer on like will be Iron Man the Movie, with key scenes.
Un trailer muy descriptivo sobre como será Iron Man la Pelicula, con escenas claves y otras que estan demás.

Robotech in the big screen

Sunday, September 09, 2007 by Red

After a lengthy negotiation, Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up the rights to bring anime classic "Robotech," which featured giant robots known as mechas, to the big screen. Maguire is producing through his Maguire Entertainment banner and is eyeing the lead role in what the studio plans on being a tentpole sci-fi franchise.

"We are very excited to bring 'Robotech' to the big screen," Maguire said. "There is a rich mythology that will be a great foundation for a sophisticated, smart and entertaining film."

Drew Crevello also is producing through his Supercool Hollywood BigTime Prods. Craig Zahler ("The Brigands of Rattleborge") has been tapped to write the screenplay.

"Robotech" was a cartoon series during the 1980s from Harmony Gold USA and Tatsunoko Prods. It was re-edited and re-dialogued to combine three Japanese anime series to give the producers enough episodes to air as a daily syndicated series.

A sprawling sci-fi epic, "Robotech" takes place at a time when Earth has developed giant robots from the technology on an alien spacecraft that crashed on a South Pacific isle. Mankind is forced to use the technology to fend off three successive waves of alien invasions. The first invasion concerns a battle with a race of giant warriors who seek to retrieve their flagship's energy source known as "protoculture," and the planet's survival ends up in the hands of two young pilots.

Frank Agrama of rights-holder Harmony Gold will exec produce; Jason Netter will serve in a producer capacity.

Matthew Reilly brought the project to Warners and is overseeing. Daniel Shafer brought the project to Maguire and will shepherd for the company.

The success of DreamWorks/Paramount's $311 million-grossing "Transformers" has other studios looking to assemble a giant robot movie of their own. Last month, Regency picked up 1980s Japanese anime series "Voltron," with Mark Gordon attached to produce. Ironically, Warners had the first giant robot movie back in 1999: Brad Bird's animated feature "The Iron Giant."

Maguire is repped by CAA, Management 360 and attorney Steve Warren. Zahler is repped by UTA and attorney P.J. Shapiro.
Source Hollywood reporter

Warner ha tomado los derechospara llevar el clásico anime “Robotech” basado en grandes robots gigantes conocidas como mechas, a la pantalla grande. Toby Maguire el conocido Spiderman está a cargo a través de su Productora Maguire Entertainment de los roles en los planes del estudio.
“Hay una mitología rica que será una gran base para una película sofisticada, elegante y entretenida.” dijo la estrella del Hombre Araña.

Bruce Wayne’s Lamborghini

Friday, September 07, 2007 by Red

Bruce Wayne’s Lamborghini being spotted kitted up and driving around

Video film the Lamborghini Murcielago driven by Christian Bale in the upcoming Batman Begins sequel, The Dark Knight. Just a brief test run down Lake Street on Chicago's west side before several dozen vehicles were added to the scene.

Batman 3 date of opening

by Red

Batman 3 is a reality little that had been rumored until the moment is that the title could be Shadow of the Bat, and that could be released for the 2011. According to the last news, the film will be released before that date, and in addition the possible villains rumor themselves. The villains who comment are Two Faces, to which it seems that we will see in “The Dark Knight”. Secondly, it would be also the Joker, that in spite of being the main villain of the second part, also will appear like secondary villain in third. This implies that `The Dark Knight' could not have a closed end.

Batman 3 es una realidad Lo poco que se había rumoreado hasta el momento es que el título podía ser Shadow of the Bat, y que podría estrenarse para el 2011. Según las últimas noticias, la película se estrenará antes de esa fecha, y además se rumorean los posibles villanos. Los villanos que se comentan son Dos Caras, al que parece que veremos en 'The Dark Knight'. En segundo lugar, estaría también El Joker, que a pesar de ser el villano principal de la segunda parte, también aparecerá como villano secundario en la tercera. Esto implica que ‘The Dark Knight’ podría no tener un final cerrado.

Source: Fantasymundo

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20th Century Fox studio shoot Dragon Ball Z ?

Wednesday, September 05, 2007 by Red

The 20th Century Fox studio is expected to shoot three big-budget movies in Montreal over the next year; each has a budget of at least $100 million. The films are the Night at the Museum sequel Another Night, Independence Day director Roland Emmerich's remake of the sci-fi flick Fantastic Voyage and a big-screen adaptation of the Japanese manga Dragonball Z.
Dragonball Z is adapted from the manga created by Akira Toriyama; the work was also turned into a Japanese anime series that played all over the world. It tells the story of an alien sent to destroy Earth, who has a change of heart and decides to join the humans in their fight against various aliens and bad guys.

There are no details yet as to when these three shoots will begin, but they are expected to wrap production by next July.

Source: The Gazette

Teaser Trailer IRON MAN 10 september

by Red

Jon Favreau says:

For those of you who have been Jonesing to see the Comic Con footage, we now an official teaser trailer that incorporates much of the same imagery. Paramount is debuting the piece in its entirety across the Viacom Network's highest rated programs. The first appearance will be immediately before the Hills on MTV on 9/10. I've listed the schedule of other slots that Paramount marketing has sent me below.

A hi-res version will appear on on 9/11 for those of you who, for whatever reason, choose not to TiVo The Hills.

Comedy Central: The Daily Show 10-Sep
MTV: The Hills 10-Sep (the break leading into the show)
Spike TV : CSI 11-Sep
VH1: The Rock Life 10-Sep
BET: Baldwin Hills 11-Sep
CMT : Trick My Truck 10-Sep
Logo : Rick & Steve 11-Sep
MTV2: Room 401 10-Sep
NAN : Fresh Prince 10-Sep
The N: Fresh Prince 11-Sep
TV Land: Andy Griffith 11-Sep

My space Jon Favreau

Batman Dark Knight Teaser in Yahoo Movies

Monday, September 03, 2007 by Red

Yahoo! Movies has posted The Dark Knight teaser trailer in High Definition QuickTime and Flash formats. If you want a much-better quality version of the clip, you can now get it at the link.

Building Blown up for Batman Movie
Film crews working in Chicago blew up a building today as part of a scene for the movie "The Dark Knight" - the latest in series of Batman movies. It's set to be released in the middle of next year. Production has been going on in Chicago for the last few months, with several large stunts taking place, but this one is by far the biggest. That's saying quite a bit - since one of the stunts involved flipping over a semi-trailer!

Source: MyFoxChicago

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The Wachowski's Speed Racer Using Revolutionary Full Focus Cameras

Sunday, September 02, 2007 by Red

The Wachowski Brothers were filming "Speed Racer" with a new type of camera that was revolutionary and the final film would look like nothing we’d ever seen before on a movie screen. But try as I might, I couldn’t second source the info and find out exactly what was going on.
Supposedly they were going to make the entire frame always in focus… like a cartoon. I had heard that the reason for the long filming process was not due to the extensive blue screen work.
Susan Sarandon says: They’re using some high def thing that comes with guards and it’s beyond anything I’ve ever…. I saw 10 minutes before I left, they did a special thing for me cause they’re just wrapping and having a party tonight, they were still working after I left. They’re doing something where they’re layering film so that the front and the back are in focus like a cartoon and they’re also doing two dimensional and three dimensional stuff and mixing and everything is very, very saturated with some new kind of film, so they actually have to treat the actors in some way so we can hold our own with the background. So it’s every color that wasn’t in The Matrix is seriously in this film.

Los Hnos. Wachowski introducen una nueva técnica de cámara en Speed Racer según la fuente Susan Sarandon: "Están haciendo algo donde están acomodando la película de modo que el frente y la parte posterior estén en foco como en una historieta y también estan haciendo de dos dimensiones la materia tridimensional y al mezclarse y todo esté muy, muy saturado como una nueva clase de película, así que tienen que tratar especialmente a a los actores para que podamos sostenernos con el fondo.

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