Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talked about the Avengers movie:
Avengers Movie Hulk
“[…]by the time ‘The Avengers’ comes in 2012, it’s not just a team superhero movie with a bunch of characters with powers. It’s three people – four including the Hulk; five including Nick Fury – who you’ve seen before in other movies, coming together for the very first time.”
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige
He doesn’t tell if Hulk will be friend or foe, but my bet is, like most fans, that Hulk will be the main villain in the Avengers movie: a real showdown opposing the Avengers (Thor, Iron Man, and Captain America) to Hulk!
If Hulk does show up, Edward Norton is likely to reprise his role.
A first official movie poster of Wall Street 2, the upcoming financial thriller directed by Olvier Stone and starring Shia Labeouf and Michael Douglas, has been unveiled:
Wall Street 2 Poster(Click on the poster to enlarge it.)
WALL STREET 2
Money Never Sleeps
“As the global economy teeters on the brink of disaster, a young Wall Street trader partners with disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider Gordon Gekko on a two-tiered mission: To alert the financial community to the coming doom, and to find out who was responsible for the death of the young trader’s mentor.”
Michael Douglad and Shia Labeouf look damn handsome on this movie poster of Wall Street Never Sleeps!
There is some confusion right now about what movie Kevin Greutert is going to helm. Paramount announced that Kevin Greutert would direct Paranormal Activity 2. But looks like Lionsgate isn’t much happy with this and they have decided to exercise an option from Kevin Greutert’s previous contract: the director would have to give one more year to Lionsgate to direct Saw 7, which means that David Hackl would have to work on something else… And for sure Kevin Greutert isn’t much happy with Lionsgate exercising the option, and he’s been even voicing his anger on his personal blog:
“I just had the task of telling my 83 year old mother that no, I’m not going to be allowed to direct the movie we were all so excited about when my family last got together, and that I’m being forced to leave town before getting a chance to see her again. Yes, I’ll be filming people getting tortured YET AGAIN. So we’ll have to put off me making a film she can actually watch for another year.”
Director Kevin Greutert
The movie industry is a real business, so can’t blame Lionsgate for trying to protect the Saw franchise…
What a PR mess!
Letters to God is an upcoming Christian drama movie about a letter carrier who befriend the 9-year-old Tyler Doherty who’s suffering from cancer and who’s trying to send prayer letters to God. It’s a really moving story that we make lot of people cry for sure!
Here below a few pictures of Letters to God:(Click on a picture to enlarge it.)
Here’s the movie trailer of Letters to God if you haven’t seen it yet:
LETTERS TO GOD
Letters to God is directed by David Nixon and starring Ralph Waite, Bailee Madison, Maree Cheatham, and Robyn Lively. The film will be released on April 9, 2010.
You may find those new pictures of the movie Kick-Ass The latest issue of Empire Magazine:
Kick-Ass Trailer(Click on a picture to enlarge it.)
Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass will be released on April 16, 2010.
I’m not much fan of those old dudes of AC/DC, but the song of theirs chosen for Iron Man 2 doesn’t sound that bad (but not as good as the Black Sabbath song from the first film):
Iron Man 2 Trailer
AC/DC Shoot to Thrill (with Iron Man 2 footage!)
For good music, I’ll wait for Tron Legacy
and Daft Punk!
Actor Shia Labeouf got a lead role in Wall Street Money Never Sleeps, aka Wall Street 2, the upcoming movie sequel to Oliver Stone’s Wall Street. I’ve been wondering if Shia Labeouf has any real smattering of the art of investment. Well if what he told to USA Today is true, I’d say Shia Labeouf do have some impressive trading skills (or was it luck?):
Wall Street 2 Trailer
“I opened up an account when I first met Oliver. It was $20,000. This morning, it was $297,000.”
(talking to USA Today, here)
So Shia Labeouf’s initial investment has been multiplied by 14. Let’s assume that he met Director Oliver Stone 5 years ago (but it’s probably less), this would imply an average rate of return of 172% per year! If Shia Labeouf could keep such a profitability I’d suggest him to quit acting and become a full-time trader. But I now think that he just told some BS to USA Today, or that the journalist misunderstood the final amount (but then even if it’s actually $29,700 that would mean a return rate of 8% per year which would still be a feat)… I’d rather suggest Shia Labeouf to do more research and also to take some new math courses… Or maybe he’s training to play the role of Maddof?
Anyway, here some new pictures of Wall Street 2:(Click on a picture to enlarge it.)
Gossip: Shia Labeouf and Carrey Mulligan, who both star in Wall Street 2, are now a couple!
The first full-length trailer of the Last Airbender will be shown in front of Percy Jackson, it’s been confirmed by Producer Frank Marshall:
Last Airbender Trailer
“As many have predicted, AIRBENDER trailer will be attached to PERCY JACKSON…
The AIRBENDER trailer will feature all the main characters…
The AIRBENDER trailer will be about 2 minutes long…”
Producer Frank Marshal
(via his Twitter account)
I suppose that this new trailer of the Last Airbender will also show up online quite soon then!
Take a look to this German poster of Dreamworks’ How To train Your Dragon:
How To Train Your Dragon Trailer(Click on the poster to enlarge it.)
Horse ridding is outdated, let’s ride dragons!
A new clip of the upcoming comedy movie When in Rome:
When in Rome – Mummy Escape
Beth (Kristen Bell) discovers Lance (Jon Heder) in her apartment wrapped like a mummy.
The girl (Kristen Bell) isn’t impressed by his magic trick!
Two new character posters of the Last Airbender have been unveiled:
Last Airbender Trailer(Click on a poster to enlarge it.)
Those posters feature Dev Patel as Zuko, prince of the Fire Nation, and Noah Ringer as Aang the Last Airbender. Actually Aang is more than the last Airbender, he’s the last incarnation of the Avatar, the only human able to control all the four elements (Water, Earth, Air, Fire).
Let Me In, an upcoming fantasy thriller movie directed by Matt Reeves and starring Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Moretz, and Richard Jenkins. It’s a remake of the Swedish movie ‘Let the right one in’ which was itself based on a novel John Ajvide Lindqvist. The release date of Let me is set for October 1, 2010.
Let Me In Trailer
LET ME IN
“A bullied young boy befriends a young female vampire who lives in secrecy with her guardian.”
Director Matt Reeves what he’s been working on this remake:
“It’s very much an Americanization of the tale that John Ajvide Lindqvist tells. [..] It’s so much about that period of preadolescence, that feeling of being a child and of being bullied, the difficulties of growing up. It’s such a beautiful coming-of-age story, in addition to being such a terrific genre story. [..] I really wanted to put you, even more so, into the point of view of the boy and understand his childhood as vividly as it comes across in the book.”
Director Matt Reeves
Take a look to the first official teaser of Let Me In:(Click on the poster to enlarge it.)
I haven’t seen the original movie, but since Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloe Moretz, both great young actors, have the lead roles in the remake, I think I’m going to wait for Matt Reeves’ Let Me In!