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    Dumb Mirror, sciencefiction: These are fictional magazine...

    These are fictional magazine covers from Blade Runner. They were created by production illustrator Tom Southwell in 1980-1981 and appeared in the background on a magazine stand in the city streets. (!!!!)
    Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Why did John Carter tank? Baffled Willem Dafoe has his own theory | Blastr

    Out on Blu/DVD today...at least rent the damned thing and see what you missed out on.
    Sitting here watching it on BD right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FBJ View Post
    Sitting here watching it on BD right now.
    and that's one of the reasons I love ya brother...
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    Clockwork Orange star rips Trek, calls Avengers 'mindless crap' | Blastr

    Marvel's The Avengers is still in theaters around the world, getting record-breaking box-office love from millions of adoring moviegoers. But McDowell isn't one of them. For him, Joss Whedon's adventure with Earth's Mightiest Heroes was "mindless crap."

    Clearly, McDowell had no part in The Avengers, but he's not afraid to go after actors he's worked with, too. Consider Sir Patrick Stewart, the distinguished British thespian who gave us the legendary Jean-Luc Picard. We're all fans here, but McDowell's definitely not. According to him, if you want a more exciting experience than watching Stewart in a Star Trek flick, you can go "watch paint dry."

    William Shatner's not exempt from McDowell's blasts, either. As Tolian Soran in Generations, McDowell had the distinction of killing Adm. James T. Kirk, something he takes great pride in not because it's an important moment in Trek history, but because he got to be the guy who shut Shatner up.

    "I did them a favor," he said.
    Love a good rant. And he will always have a special place in my heart because of Clockwork Orange.

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    I will also always love McDowell for stuff he's done, but apparently he's forgotten about the mountains of crap movies he's been in.

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    hey...a man's got to make a living. I weighed that factor in but look, it's not like McDowell is going to get parts that Gene Hackman turned down. He seems to have a healthy attitude about his 'body of work' and even in the biggest crapfest I find him worth watching.

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    MiB3 was pretty fun.

    That is all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FBJ View Post
    MiB3 was pretty fun.

    That is all.
    exactly. And the 3d is really used to good effect.

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    Uhhh...I'm intrigued.

    SKYWINGS MOVIE

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    Disney Gets Creepy With ‘Stuff of Legend’ Adaptation | Geeks of Doom

    Disney will be tapping into a child’s inner most fear about closets and the dark. The studio has just signed a deal to adapt Stuff Of Legend, a graphic novel written by Mike Raicht and Brian Smith and illustrated by Charles Paul Wilson III. Stuff of Legend has a few themes that are similar to that of Toy Story and The Chronicles of Narnia.

    According to Deadline, Disney is looking to make the film a live-action CGI hybrid, much like the work on Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. TV director Pete Candeland will direct using a script penned by Abduction’s Shawn Christensen. According to the report, the two have been working on the pitch and visual presentation for close to a year.


    Here is a synopsis of the story:

    A young boy in 1944 is abducted by the Boogeyman, dragged by the ankles into the closet realm known as The Dark. The boy’s puppy rallies his toys to follow his master in a rescue mission. Once in the closet, each of those toys become menacingly large and agile creatures who engage in a war with the Boogeyman’s forces. Those armies are comprised of the other toys stored in the closet, a mix of medieval knights, cowboys and toy soldiers.

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