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    Evan Glodell on 'Bellflower' and 'The Road Warrior' | CraveOnline

    while not exactly sci-fi, or drama...or some could argue even a movie, Bellflower came out on dvd the other day. And while I cannot recommend it you may still want to check it out.

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    Rumor: Are Bryan Singer And Leonardo DiCaprio Teaming For Big-Screen 'Six Billion Dollar Man'? | Filmmakers, Film Industry, Film Festivals, Awards & Movie Reviews | indieWIRE

    The site reports that Universal and The Weinstein Brothers are teaming up to adapt "The Six Million Dollar Man," the TV series that followed Steve Austin (Lee Majors) as a test pilot who suffers a horrific accident, only to be rebuilt (we have the technology!) into a part-man, part-machine, government secret agent. The new version, again based on the Martin Caidin novel "Cyborg," will be entitled "The Six Billion Dollar Man," and Singer is apparently attached to direct. Latino Review also says that the writers of "Jack the Giant Killer" are likely to pen a new screenplay, but with four separate writers listed on that film, it's not clear who among Christopher McQuarrie, Darren Lemke, Dan Studney and Mark Bomback they mean.

    Furthermore, the film may have already found its lead. The site also reports that Leonardo DiCaprio is being courted by both Singer and Harvey Weinstein to take up the lead role of Steve Austin. The actor doesn't have anything solid lined up after "Django Unchained," but it would be an out-of-character move for him to take the film. Since blowing up with "Titanic," he's favored working on serious projects with auteur types like Martin Scorsese, Baz Luhrmann, Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan, and we're not sure if Singer qualifies in that category anymore, even without a silly franchise property as the potential project. But maybe Singer has a take that will intrigue the star.

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    Tarsem Singh to Direct Noirish Fantasy Thriller ‘Killing on Carnival Row’ | /Film

    The story takes place in a city named the Burgue, which exists in the future, but is a bit like 18th century London. Humans live side-by-side with other creatures, and a killer stalks the streets of a neighborhood called Carnival Row inhabited by faeries working in brothels. The murderer is killing faeries, cutting off their wings and leaving telltale puncture wounds in their necks.
    Sounds cool, gonna need a bounceback from that Mirror, Mirror flick, which looks like a horrible misfire.

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    JOHN CARTER Movie Image

    remains to be seen, but this could potentially be epic on the not-so-good scale.

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    ‘Delicatessen’ and ‘Amelie’ Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet to Make 3D Film ‘T.S. Spivet’ | /Film

    French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet has a very specific, immediately recognizable visual style as seen in films like Delicatessen, Amelie and his most recent feature, Micmacs. He takes quite a bit of time between features, and since his 1991 feature debut with Delicatessen he has made only six films, and one English-language film: the not terribly good Alien Resurrection. (I think “not terribly good” is being pretty charitable to that movie, actually.)

    Now Jeunet is set to make another English-language film, and it will also be his first in 3D. Given that Jeunet is all about visuals, the prospect of seeing his first foray into 3D is more tempting than would be the case from may other directors.


    The most attractive part of this for some may be that it sees Jeunet reuniting with screenwriter Guillaume Laurant, with whom he wrote Amelie, A Very Long Engagement and Micmacs. The material at hand seems like the sort of story that plays specifically to the quirky strengths the screenwriting team has cultivated over the years, but the attraction here may still simply be seeing what Jeunet can do with 3D.

    If you’re not familiar with the source material, here’s the recap:


    When twelve-year-old genius cartographer T. S. Spivet receives an unexpected phone call from the Smithsonian announcing he has won the prestigious Baird Award, life as normal-if you consider mapping dinner table conversations normal-is interrupted and a wild cross-country adventure begins, taking T. S. from his family home just north of Divide, Montana, to the museum’s hallowed halls. There are some answers here on the road from Divide, and some new questions, too. How does one map the delicate lessons learned about family, or communicate the ebbs and flows of heartbreak, loneliness, and love?

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