Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Live-Action TETRIS Movie in the Works


Believe it or not, there’s going to be a live-action movie based on the game Tetris, thanks to an agreement between the Tetris Company and Threshold Entertainment.

Tetris Company managing director Henk Rogers said:

Official TAKEN 3 Trailer and Poster Released


20th Century Fox has debuted the trailer and poster for Taken 3 aka Tak3n (phonetically correct ‘Takthreen’ due to Brad Bervet from Rope of Silicon) and Liam Neeson is now a fugit1v (or fugitonev due to myself).

All jokes aside, Taken 3 is a reality, and the plot has nothing to do with someone kidnapping Neeson’s Bryan Mills. Uhm, well, the trailer is badass, however, and i can’t help but be excited to see this one!

Netflix Sets CROUNCHING TIGER Sequel as First Original Movie

Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 2

Netflix has signed a deal with The Weinstein Co.  for its first feature movie, a sequel to Ang Lee’s 2000 martial arts epic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon due out in both IMAX and on Netflix the same day on August 28, 2015.

So, this is how Clerks III got green lit.

First Trailer for P.T. Anderson’s INHERENT VICE is Finally Here


The first trailer for the latest from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson, Inherent Vice has finally dropped and it looks sensational.

Anderson’s eagerly awaited adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel is set to make its world premiere at the New York Film Festival this Saturday, October 4th

Kevin Smith Gets Funding for CLERKS III


Kevin Smith has somehow found the funding for Clerks III because of Tusk. Speaking on his Hollywood Babble-On podcast on Friday, filmmaker said:

“Tusk was the absolute bridge to Clerks III. Because of Tusk I got my financing for Clerks III.”

SNL Marvel Trailer Spoof with Chris Pratt


Check out a classic SNL video, a completely unfunny skit that was probably written on a napkin two minutes before it was produced. All jokes aside, I heard great things about last night’s episode, but I haven’t watched it yet.

I watched a few clips and the skit featuring the future of Marvel movies and how the superhero studio just can’t fail, no matter what they release, was my favorite one.



The first teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron reportedly will be attached to the Warner Bros. Interstellar‘s theatrical release as an extra reason to want to see Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi epic when the film hits theaters on November 7.

According to Movieweb, Russian site FilmPro recently attended a Cinema Expo held in their country,