Page 2: Doctor Who, Kevin Smith, Drag Me To Hell, Wizard of Oz, Wes Anderson, Disneyland, Academy Awards, Youngblood, The Kids Are Alright
Posted on Thursday, February 24th, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
Here is another Star Wars/Wizard of Oz mash-up. [shirtoid]
WeAreMovieGeeks list the best sex comedies of all time.
Entertainment Earth is selling a full 1:1 scale Terminator 2 Judgment Day T-800 Endoskull Replica for $599.99.
Clash of the Titans sequel director Jonathan Liebesman has revealed to ComingSoon that the actors have already been in training for three weeks with plans to start shooting the film in ten short days: “It’s going to be a much more natural gritty, grounded fantasy movie,” he told us earlier. “Just think ‘Gladiator’ with lots of creatures, I’m excited. It’s a good opportunity to do something awesome with some great actors in a great genre.”
The red carpet has been rolled out for Sunday’s Academy Awards. [WAMG]
Short List lists the worst accents in movie history.
Collider also spoke with Battle: Los Angeles director Johnathan Liebesman about the upcoming Clash of the Titans sequel:
“For me, taking Greek mythology and all that fantasy and putting it in a real world that’s epic, like Gladiator, like a big Ridley Scott movie, and taking all that fantasy and putting it in, grounding it, making it feel real, that’s the movie that I wanted to see when I walked into Clash 1 and that’s the movie that Clash 2 is gonna be. That’s what I was looking for, I was looking to come in and have a real, intense, visceral kick-ass experience with spectacle but grounded, with great actors, and that’s what the second one will be.”
Sex and the City co-star Kristin Davis is also opposed to a proposed Sex and the City prequel. [THR]
Brett Ratner promises WWE wrestler Shad Gaspard that he will let him audition for the big screen adaptation of a Youngblood movie, if it ever happens. [CBM]
Inception tops the nominations for the 2011 Saturn awards. [variety]
Disney World is testing out a new version of the Haunted Mansion attraction where some of the animatronic ghosts are replaced with computer generated animated projections. [insidethemagic]
4,000 Brits have voted the Alien from Ridley Scott’s classic sci-fi horror film number one in a list of the scariest movie monsters of all time. [PRNews]