Kevin Smith Tweets First Set Photo From ‘Tusk’

Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith is just over a week into production on Tusk, his true-life inspired horror film starring Michael Parks and Justin Long, the latter playing a man who is forced to dress up as a walrus.

You can read a bunch more about the film here, but Smith just tweeted the first image of the set featuring himself, and co-stars Haley Joel Osment and Genesis Rodriguez. Read More »

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Usual Suspects

Briefly: Monday, director Bryan Singer took a few minutes out of a busy schedule editing his latest film X-Men: Days of Future Past to answer some questions on Twitter. While most of it was pretty vanilla (the trailer will be out Tuesday, and there’s not much to say until then), Singer dug deep when he was asked about his first film, the multiple Oscar-winning The Usual Suspects.

A fan asked Singer if he were making the film today, who he would cast? His answers were pretty fantastic. Read them below. Read More »

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Director Kevin Tancharoen has been immersed in the world of Mortal Kombat for three years. He directed two full seasons of Mortal Kombat: Legacy for the web and has been prepping a feature film at New Line Cinema as well. That’s a whole lot of fatalities.

Now it seems the director, who also made a play to direct Hunger Games a few years back, has had it with Raiden, Sub Zero and Scorpion. He took to Twitter to announce he’s leaving the franchise, leaving the film in limbo. Read More »

Back to the Future

Thanks to Photoshop, there’s always a funny debate about the times and dates Marty McFly travels to in the Back to the Future trilogy. No matter what you may read though, the first film starts on October 25 1985. That makes today the 28th anniversary and to commemorate the occasion, a bunch of fans are recreating the chronology of the film, in real time, on Twitter, under the name The Hill Valley Project.

As the story is now at the point where band auditions take place on the 25th, there’s currently a down time between dinner at the McFly’s and Marty waking up to go to Twin Pines Mall in the morning. So the event is currently in a break, but it should pick up again soon. To follow the event, which is comprised of 49 different Twitter accounts, visit this link.

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Breaking Bad BTS

Like Anthony Hopkins said, the level of quality maintained over five seasons of Breaking Bad was “awesome.” This is on every level: acting, writing, directing, cinematography, production design, costumes, effects. However, over the course of five seasons, the actors, writers and directors got most of the accolades. Those people, such as Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Vince Gilligan, would be the first to tell you it’s impossible to have such a great show without talented people in every position. One such position has just come to light, as it were.

Breaking Bad camera operator Andy Voegeli took to Twitter recently to share a bunch of behind the scenes photos from various seasons of the show, and it’s a treasure trove of “awesome.” That’s just one image above. We’ve got a dozen more below. Read More »

Twitter To Sell Movie Tickets Through Fandango

Twitter Fandango
Every single day, your social media experience gets more streamlined. Chat is now in e-mail, Facebook embeds your Instagram, your TV is connected to the internet, GetGlue documents your viewing habits and soon, Twitter will sell you movie tickets.

A new deal was just signed between Twitter, Comcast and NBC Universal. Starting in November, a “See It” button will start appearing in your feed whenever someone talks about a TV show, movie or sporting event. If you click on it, depending on your cable provider and subscriptions, that event will just come on. In the case of movies, it’ll link to Fandango. Read more details below. Read More »

Fast and Furious 7 - Kurt Russell

The more that’s slowly revealed about James Wan‘s Fast and Furious 7, the more excited I’m getting for the film. Last year we heard Jason Statham was going to be the main bad guy in the film, then Kurt Russell was cast, Djimon Hounsou joined up, and a few weeks ago fans went nuts when Tokyo Drift star Lucas Black joined tying the whole franchise together.

Wan has also been building anticipation through his Twitter feed, @CreepyPuppet, and the latest photo is the best yet. It’s an Aston Martin driven by the film’s villain. Read More »

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Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne are back and looking as stupid as ever. Production has begun in Atlanta on Dumb and Dumber To, the Farrelly Brothers sequel to their 1994 smash hit Dumb and Dumber. It’ll likely be released in 2014, twenty years after the original. Now, thanks to Twitter, Jim Carrey, newly-minted Emmy winner Jeff Daniels, and the directors have all posted photos of the best buds, with the worst haircuts ever, back on the set. Check them out below. Read More »

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