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    A Very, Very Teasery Pic From The Set Of The ENDER'S GAME Movie!!
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    the pic is nothing special(click on the link) but i like this...

    Movie making can become overly reliant on digital worlds, and nothing can replace a well-built set that you can see and touch and stand in the middle of, fooling you into thinking you are really there.
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    Fans Petition For A 'John Carter' Sequel, While Disney Tries To Figure Out Who To Blame For The Movie | The Playlist

    So let's start with the first one. Undoubtedly, "John Carter" got its fair share of positive reviews and has a core of defenders, but it's hard to deny the general consensus is that it's a flop, and the reality of a sequel happening (it's clearly not going to match the $400 million worldwide take of "Tron: Legacy" nor come near the $172 million domestic that film did) is dwindling if not extinguished entirely. But don't tell that to members of the Facebook group "Take me back to Barsoom! I want John Carter to have a sequel!" (via MTV) which now has 3700 members and growing. And while last month, the filmmakers involved confirmed "The Gods Of Mars" was in the works, we're betting those plans have been put on hold, perhaps permanently. But who knows, maybe those Facebook folks will make a fan sequel or something.
    The group has almost 7,000 members as of right now.

    Yeah, I joined. So?
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    as did I...

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    Jaume Collet-Serra to Direct HERE THERE BE MONSTERS; Bradley Cooper May Star

    The period adventure pic Here There Be Monsters is one of those incredibly cool-sounding projects that has been lingering in development hell for years. Robert Zemeckis was first eyeing the film as a return to live-action, then Brad Bird (The Incredibles) flirted with the pic once Zemeckis passed. Now it appears that Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have decided to go with a lesser known director to take the helm: Jaume Collet-Serra. The director was previously behind the horror feature Orphan and the Liam Neeson thriller Unknown, but he’s become quite popular as of late. In addition to being attached to the live-action adaptation of Akira, Collet-Serra is also prepping a re-imaging of the Dracula story, Harker, with Russell Crowe.

    Hit the jump for more on Here There Be Monsters, including the possible casting of Bradley Cooper.

    First, a refresher: the story of Here There Be Monsters concerns real-life Revolutionary War naval hero John Paul Jones and re-imagines him as a sea monster-fighting officer. Jones is hired to investigate the disappearance of a number of merchant ships, but once he and his crew arrive at the location of the incident they encounter a sea serpent and must battle the monster in order to get out alive.

    Vulture reports that Collet-Serra is in negotiations to direct the project, and the studios are also expected to extend an offer for the lead to Bradley Cooper. It should be noted that actors get offered roles all the time (especially Cooper), so this by no means confirms that he’ll definitely take the gig. Collet-Serra is expected to rework a script by Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential) and get the project ready to roll before cameras in early 2013, at which point Cooper will just be coming off of The Hangover Part III.

    I’m not exactly thrilled with Collet-Serra’s previous filmography, but the guy’s incredibly popular so maybe he just hasn’t been given the right material yet. He’s still attached to Harker, which won’t go into production until 2014 (Crowe’s a busy guy), but his involvement with Akira is less clear. Warner Bros. put a halt on production to address budget issues, and potential Tetsuo Toby Kebbell recently trashed the changes made to the classic manga/anime.

    My guess is that Akira will fall by the wayside and Collet-Serra will make Here There Be Monsters his next project, but I’m basing this purely on gut instinct. I’m less certain about Cooper’s involvement. He’s been inundated with offers over the past few years, and he surely has more than a couple other potential projects to wade through. His relationship with Warner Bros. could push him in the direction of Here There Be Monsters, but we really have no idea what projects he’s currently mulling over. Vulture cautions that Cooper won’t officially come onboard until Collet-Serra has had a go with the script, so it may be a while before we hear anything casting-wise on the project. In the meantime, it sounds like Collet-Serra will be the one to finally bring Here There Be Monsters to the screen.

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    /sploosh!!!!!!
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    ENDER’S GAME Pushed Back to November 1, 2013


    I don’t think the release date move is a bad sign, and March 2013 was already plenty crowded with a slew of genre fare including Sam Raimi’s Oz, The Great and Powerful, Jack the Giant Killer, The Host, the next Percy Jackson film, and Neil Blomkamp’s Elysium. There could have been worry that Ender’s Game would get lost in the shuffle and November is much more wide open, giving the pic the chance to kick off the holiday movie season.

    also, more prep/post time. Looks like they want a hit with this one.

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    Alex Proyas to Direct Adaptation of Robert Heinlein’s Novella THE UNPLEASANT PROFESSION OF JONATHAN HOAG

    Here’s the press release:

    Los Angeles, CA – April 10, 2012 – It was announced today that Los Angeles based film production, finance and international sales company Red Granite Pictures will fully finance and co-produce Alex Proyas’ “The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag” with Mythology Entertainment, Phoenix Pictures and Mystery Clock Cinema.

    Producers are Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland (Red Granite), Bradley Fischer (Mythology Entertainment), Mike Medavoy and Arnie Messier (Phoenix Pictures), Alex Proyas (Mystery Clock Cinema) and Vince Gerardis. Joe Gatta, Topher Dow and Vincent Sieber are executive producers.

    Proyas (“Dark City,” “I, Robot,” “Knowing”) will direct “The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag.” The film will shoot in Australia where Proyas is a resident and operates his production company, Mystery Clock Cinema. Producers are eyeing a fall 2012 start date.

    In “Hoag,” the title character is struck one evening with the realization that he has no memory of what he does during the day. Distraught over his predicament, and particularly concerned that he might be engaged in some nefarious activities, he contacts a husband and wife detective agency and asks them to surreptitiously follow him. The truth takes a dark and ultimately earth-shattering turn as their investigation leads to a series of frightening revelations, beginning with a group of shadowy figures who gravely warn of dire consequences unless the pair immediately cease their inquiry into the nature of Hoag’s identity.

    Proyas adapted the screenplay from a 1942 novella by the Hugo award-winning science fiction author Robert Heinlein. The original story captured Proyas’ imagination from a young age, ultimately serving as inspiration for his iconic film “Dark City.”

    “Hoag” marks the first of several projects between Red Granite and Mythology Entertainment, whose partners are Bradley Fischer, writer/producer James Vanderbilt, and writer/producer Laeta Kalogridis.

    Red Granite’s Pictures sales arm, Red Granite International, will handle foreign sales for the film.

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