After seemingly years of studio opposition, Anchorman 2 is finally becoming a reality. So said San Diego’s #1 news anchor, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), when he stopped by Conan Wednesday night to play some jazz flute and make the official announcement. Watch the video after the jump. Read More »
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A Red Sonja film has been percolating for the last few years, kicked off when Rose McGowan was set to star with Robert Rodriguez producing. Teaser artwork was dramatically unveiled, and the film seemed like one of several that would be the fruit of the real-life relationship between the director and his Planet Terror actress. But things changed, and while it seemed for a moment as if the film might survive the end of the Rodriguez/McGowan relationship, that version of Red Sonja has been dead for some time.
The film is still being developed at Nu Image/Millennium, however. Now producer Avi Lerner says that he’s got Simon West set to direct a new version, and that he likes his Drive Angry actress Amber Heard for the title role. Read More »
As Season of the Witch limps towards theaters, the cast and crew are out doing the press rounds. Among them is Ron Perlman, the actor who has been a frequent presence in movies by Guillermo del Toro and who has already shot a part in Conan the Barbarian. While doing interviews for his current film, he has dropped some info about Conan, At the Mountains of Madness, and background for the idea for Hellboy 3. Read More »
FilmDrunk has put together a video which compiles every Arnold Schwarzenegger scream/shout/grunt from every movie Arnold Schwarzenegger was ever featured in. The resulting video is seven and a half minutes in length and can be viewed right now after the jump.
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Conan O’Brien returned to late night with his new talk show Conan on cable network TBS, and drew a whopping 4.15 million viewers! Other notable numbers include the coveted demos 2,451,000 adults 18-34 and 3,285,000 adults 18-49. Conan was easily able to overtake the other late night competition including Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert.
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Conan O’Brien returned to late night on Monday with his new talk show Conan on cable station TBS. What did you think of Conan’s return? What did you think of the set? I’m glad to see Andy Richter sitting back on the coach. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below!
For those who might have missed it, I’ve embedded a bunch of highlights including the cold open and monologue after the jump.
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Looks like Universal got the jump on everyone at the end of this past week by announcing a boatload of release dates. Others are falling in line to grab their own weekends, and so we’ve got new dates for Lionsgate’s 3D version of Conan, which now seems to be officially called Conan 3D, and Sony’s 21 Jump Street, the latter of which is being pushed back from a 2011 date and had previously been dated as a ‘Winter 2012′ film. Read More »
We’ve seen a lot of photos from Conan, the Marcus Nispel-directed reboot of the film incarnation of Robert E. Howard‘s storied character. Many of the photos have been, well, not so well received. Which is why I was surprised to cast eyes on the new batch of images, which make the film look far more rich and, at the very least, visually interesting than what we’ve seen before. Read More »