In Falling Skies by Steven Spielberg that is going to be released into theatres in summer 2011 focuses on the alien invasion and what the aliens left behind them. The film start Noah Wyle as the leader of anti-alien resistance. Please check out the trailer after a jump! Read the rest of this entry »
A new full-length trailer has recently been released by ‘Dreamworks’ for I Am Number Four movie. The trailer features Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant and Dianna Agron. Watch the video after a jump! Read the rest of this entry »
Disney/DreamWorks has released the first poster for the sci-fi action thriller I Am Number Four directed by D.J. Caruso and starring Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Dianna Agron and Jake Abel. Read the rest of this entry »
The first teaser trailer for Daniel Craig and Jon Favreau’s comic adaptation of Cowboys And Aliens is finally available online! The action of the movie is set in 1873 Arizona, and a village gets attacked by aliens… Alien invasion movies seem to have become the latest fashion (Monsters, Skyline, Battle: Los Angeles…) – so let us see whether Cowboys And Aliens stand the heated competition. You are welcome to check out for the teaser trailer below. Read the rest of this entry »
Last month there was some news about Skyline on Comic Con and many people did not know about it that this low budget movie had threatened the major blockbusters by Read the rest of this entry »
From the director of Iron Man, secret revealed for the upcoming sci-fi ‘Western Cowboys & Aliens’ starring Indiana Jones, James Bond, Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a desire that Stan Lee never got the chance to fulfill but now the legendary comic creator and director is going to face the camera for Super Seven. Read the rest of this entry »
I first posted about this collectible back in January because I loved it, but at the time it had actually been sold out. It seems someone didn’t follow through on their purchase and as a result someone else is going to get very lucky.
This is a Limited Edition (750 pieces) polystone statue of a Predator riding an Alien (Xenomorph) horse. Since it was previously sold out, and since it is extremely cool, consider it “very limited”.
Price is US$249.99.
View full product spec and more images here.
In April 20th Century Fox Chairman Tom Rothman confirmed an Alien prequel film was under discussion and, at that time, hoped it would be helmed by Ridley Scott, the director of the original Alien that started the whole franchise.
In May Ridley Scott’s brother Tony stated a director has been attached to the project but it wasn’t Ridley Scott – it was Carl Rinsch.
Then in June EW broke the news that 20th Century Fox weren’t going to green-light the prequel unless Ridley Scott was at the helm.
Finally, three months later, it seems the saga has come to an end with 20th Century Fox prevailing. According to Variety, Ridley Scott has now been officially attached as the director.
Variety also report that Jon Spaihts has been tapped to write the screenplay. Spaihts apparently scored the job after pitching to 20th Century Fox and the Scott’s production company, Scott Free. Spaihts is currently working on the script to a Keanu Reeves space epic titled Passengers, Children of Mars for Disney, and The Darkest Hour which Wanted’s Timur Bekmambetov will produce.
The Alien prequel will see the first time Ridley Scott has returned to the franchise since he directed the original 1979 Alien.
It is too early for release date details.
In April 20th Century Fox Chairman Tom Rothman confirmed discussions were underway to develop an Alien prequel film and that they were hoping it would be helmed by Ridley Scott, the director of the original Alien that started the whole franchise.
A month later (in May) Ridley Scott’s brother Tony confirmed relative unknown Carl Rinsch was attached to direct the film.
Carl Rinsch is a newcomer who has never directed a feature film before, but he’s demonstrated a lot of creative talent in a truck load of shorts including The Evolution of Technology and a host of many other innovative commercials (do a search of YouTube for his name to see what I mean).
But whilst Rinsch reportedly has the support of both Tony and Ridley Scott it seems he doesn’t have the support of 20th Century Fox, according to a recent report on EW.
Sources at Fox, however, tell EW that the studio is not interested in greenlighting a prequel unless Scott himself directs. Scott and his reps didn’t respond to calls for comment.
It remains too early to confirm a title for the new film, shooting dates or a release schedule – and now it seems it might be too early to say the movie is going ahead.
I’m seriously hoping Fox go with the Scott’s recommendation to hand Rinsch the helm, otherwise the prequel might die an early death.
More on this story as it develops.