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    ‘Freaky Deaky’ Loses Its Entire Cast, Gains Crispin Glover | Film School Rejects
    Charles Matthaus upcoming adaptation of the Elmore Leonard novel Freaky Deaky was all set to be a star studded, A-list affair. First, it scooped up William H, Macy in a starring role. Solid, sturdy, thats a good choice. Then it began filling out the ranks of its cast with big names put in supporting roles. Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser, Craig Robinson, they were all on board, and it was looking like this could end up being a big hit like one of Leonards other page to screen adaptations, Get Shorty. But then, suddenly, the entire cast dropped out of the pic and were recast with names that are more, uh B-list. Uh-oh, that cant be a good sign.

    Gone are Dillon, Fraser, and Robinson in the supporting roles; in are Billy Burke, Michael Jai White, Bill Duke, and Christian Slater. Gone is William H. Macy in the starring role; in is Crispin Glover as his replacement. And now theres word that Tom Arnold is in negotiations to play the Glover characters brother. Hmm, Christian Slater, Crispin Glover, and Tom Arnold in the same movie? Plus the grizzled face of Bill Duke?


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    Germain Lussier, /Film (7/30/11)
    Even today youre still fascinated by the mystery of what happened to Davey. Still feel his pain as to the strange new world he comes back to. And still feel nice for the brotherly bond he still shares with Jeff. These things the core of the movie all still work. A younger person today probably wouldnt bask glorious nostalgia of the Pee Wee voice, McDonalds jokes and MTV references. But the early CG effects still look pretty damn good and its hard not to relate to a boy scared to talk to a girl.

    Looking at Flight of the Navigator through modern eyes, its almost impossible to not think of a sequel. It would have been so easy. What happens in eight years time when Daveys other self meets a younger self that ended up going to Phalon on the ship? The idea seems like a slam dunk. But in 1986, Disney wasnt too concerned with sequalizing films that only became part of the public conscious when they hit the home market. They were too worried about rejuvenating the animation division. A decision that worked out pretty well for them. Still, its fun to dream.


    Nick Nadel, FilmCritic.com (7/5/11)

    It was originally planned as a trilogy.

    Stevens and the screenwriters envisioned a trilogy in keeping with the "Commander Cody" serials that inspired the comic. Disney had high hopes for The Rocketeer as the next big blockbuster franchise as well, cross-promoting the film with fast-food tie-ins and a Super Nintendo game. Unfortunately, The Rocketeer opened during a crowded summer (its competition included the hits Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and City Slickers) and proved to be a box office disaster. As Johnston explained at the 20th anniversary screening, "There was a lot of talk of a sequel on June 20th, 1991, but there wasn't any on the 22nd."
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    A sequel could be on the way.

    While disappointing box office killed any potential for a sequel, that hasn't stopped Johnstonrocketeer-blastoff-125.jpg from discussing the possibility of a return to the world of The Rocketeer. In a recent interview with FilmJournal, Johnston spoke of the "great fun" he had on the film and expressed a desire to "re-explore Cliff Secord's world." And the timing couldn't be better. A recent deluxe hardcover reissue of the comic-book has brought Dave Stevens's (who sadly passed away in 2008 after a long battle with leukemia) creation to a new generation, while Captain America: The First Avenger could usher in a return of big screen pulp comic-book adventures. At 20, it looks like The Rocketeer may fly again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Yeah, thanks for sharing that. END THE HIPSTER MENACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Hipster Menace...sounds like McCarthy Red Scare stuff, well done!

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    Marilyn Manson, A Shia LaBeouf Short-Film, and NSFW Performance Art | CHUD.com

    So this is weird. Leave it to Marilyn Manson to end up making some unusual documentary/trailer/music-video/short-film that it difficult to explain, and leave it to Shia LaBeouf to unexpectedly be at the center of it.

    This first flashed on gossip radar two nights ago at the out-of-nowhere films premiere, where Manson caught eyeballs because of his date, Narcissister. The female performance artist is most famous for making it onto Americas Got Talent briefly but shes got a history of sexually-driven, award-winning performance art (some of which resembles George Clooneys device in Burn After Reading). At the premiere the other night. she showed up in her usual plastic Barbie-style mask and wig, but in a dress that didnt do much to cover her business (see below, if you dare).

    Whats even more unusual than that though, is that the event they were attending (along with celebrities like Jon Hamm) was for a project called Born Villain, which is a book and DVD collaboration between Manson and Shia LaBeouf that covers LA street art and the production of Mansons next album. The collaboration sprung from Mansons interest in a short film LaBeouf made for Kid Cudi (who is apparently into unusual music videos as a habit), and apparently the interesting time the two spent together around LA.

    Now that the film has screened, the pair have announced a limited edition DVD/Book release that you can pre-order and in turn be invited to a 18-And-Up screening and book-signing on September 1st. Theres only 150 of these things, so if youre interested and in LA, Id hop on it. Theres not much for detail about the whole thing, save for a pair of overwrought statements from the two

    Locals Rule. I think. Odd, living in L.A all my life and taking for granted my environment, my city. But one night, just a few months ago, I bumped into Marilyn Manson at one of my locals and together we crawled the city a bit; where he lived, where I lived, where we ate and drank and were we have been entertained. We traveled the roads to those places on streets that had become too familiar. And then I reflected back on that brief journey and traced that trip (with photographs). I connected buildings and streets, freeways, storefronts and trees with a BORN VILLAIN at my side. Here it is but with a little mood music to set my mood.

    Shia LaBeouf

    Shia is in some ways an art rapist. He doesnt take no for an answer. He has a vision that develops rapidly like a virus, and overwhelms you. Not since Hitler has there been such propaganda for something. This time it was my face

    Marilyn Manson

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    Yeah, thanks for sharing that. END THE HIPSTER MENACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Hipster Menace...sounds like McCarthy Red Scare stuff, well done!
    Who are you two kidding?

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