Director Amy Heckerling (writer/director for Clueless) pairs Alicia Silverstone with Krysten Ritter in a vampire spoof that’s closer to Sex and the City than it is to Twilight. Vamps opens in the USA on November 2, 2012Read More
Matt Damon returns to screenwriting roots with the Office’s John Krasinski in the film Promised Land. Directed by Gus Van Sant – who also directed Damon’s breakthrough script Good Will Hunting. Promised Land opens on January 11, 2013 (USA) I’m guessing Dwight won’t be selling the beat farm.Read More
A second look at the new adventure from Peter Jackson which sees Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) joining a band of dwarves to reclaim a kingdom stolen from them by a vicious dragon named Smaug.Read More
Liam Neeson is defining the modern day Charles Bronson-esque bad ass. And if wasn’t so deeply inscribed into modern lexicon, one might chuckle at his utterance of words like “tweet” and “Youtube”. But you do not… I repeat… you do not EVER… chuckle at Liam Neeson.
The Trailer for Evil Dead 2 rotoscoped by “Pretend For Real.” Rotoscoping is an animation technique in which animators trace over live-action film movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films. It’s an extremely tedious process that took these creators 3 years to complete.
The names may not be recognizable, but their voices are household staples. Even in an era where Animation studios are trying to insure their films with A-List celebrities as voice actors, there’s something unique and wonderful about those behind-the-scene actors who really elevated voice acting to another level. “I Know That Voice” explores their work including appearances by Billy West, John Di Maggio, Tara Strong, and June Foray.