What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 46 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might’ve missed that you think should go in /Film’s Page 2 – email us!
Paramount Pictures has released a bunch of new images from Super 8, featuring mostly kids looking at something out of frame.
ODH lists the top 10 Best Post-apocalyptic Movies.
Robbe Rees and Lee Keeler have created a retro movie trailer for The Tree of Life.
A Moviehole reader got an update on Last Starfighter 2 from Nick Castle: “I asked Nick if the rumers of a sequel were true and he said they were. They almost got the film made a couple of years ago. In the proposed sequel, Lance and Catherine’s characters Alex and Maggie are parents to a son who will be a Starfighter. My conversation with Nick castle was brief but he encouraged me to help spread the word in the hopes that the film may still get made.”
Fernando Degrossi created this The Karate Kid/Star Wars mash-up illustration.
AMC lists the top 10 comic book adaptations of all time.
Watch Leonard Nimoy in the music video for Bruno Mars‘ “The Lazy Song.”
Richard Donner gives an update on the Goonies musical and Dave on Broadway: “Dave is really moving fast. We were in there, Lauren and I, and she heard some of the music and the book and it’s sensational. And Goonies is moving at the beginning stages, like a year before Dave. We’re getting good outlines and good story from Tim…oh shit, this is terrible. He’s a wonderful writer. I’d say hopefully we’ll have a good script maybe by the middle of this year, around September or October we’ll have a script that we can go to from there. It’s a long process, Broadway, it’s amazing. It’s frightening in a strange way. But we only get great reactions from everybody, everybody wants to see it. It seems like a great idea, and we’ll persevere. A musical of Goonies on Broadway? But it’s gotta be irreverent, and it’s gotta be Goonies. A lot of people are pushing, ‘Oh rewrite it, do it for adults,’ I said, ‘No adults go to see Goonies, but it’s gotta be…’ Anyway, it’s a bitch (laughs).”
Doug LaRocca created this piece for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles art show.
The Independent claims that Terrence Malick loves Zoolander: “He is also said to be such a fan of Zoolander, the 2001 send-up of the fashion world, that colleagues say he watches it regularly and likes to quote it. Ben Stiller, the star of the film, once dressed up in character and recorded him a special birthday video message.”
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