Posted on Thursday, October 4th, 2012 by Angie Han
Yes, that is James Bond rocking a horrible wig. Makes Silva’s odd blond mop look positively attractive, doesn’t it? After the jump:
- M. Night Shyamalan sets up Moby Dick-ish series at NBC
- Jason Bateman sells Wonder Years-esque show to NBC
- Arrested Development announces walk-on role contest
- Bryan Fuller adds a Pushing Daisies star to Hannibal
- Lena Dunham promises more racial diversity in Girls
- Childrens Hospital and NTSF:SD:SUV get renewals
- Daniel Craig gets silly for Saturday Night Live promos
- The Walking Dead Season 3 teaser makes the case for jail
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Posted on Friday, September 21st, 2012 by Angie Han
The news that Michael Bay would be back to direct Transformers 4 didn’t come as a surprise, exactly, but it did run counter to some of Bay’s earlier hesitations about returning for a fourth installment. In a new interview, Bay discusses why he decided to come back after all — as well as the resistance he got in trying to shake things up with the relatively low-budget, non-Transformers project Pain & Gain.
Meanwhile, director M. Night Shyamalan, who also knows a thing or two about critically derided franchises, is said to be mulling over three separate projects for his follow-up to After Earth. Could one of them be The Last Airbender 2? Uh, maybe, but it seems like a stretch. Read about both Bay and Shyamalan after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, August 3rd, 2012 by Angie Han
M. Night Shyamalan‘s movie career has been on a steep downward trajectory for the past several years, but as someone who enjoyed his earlier films I’m still rooting for the guy to turn things around. And maybe he still can. It’s too soon to say how After Earth will turn out, but from what we’ve seen so far it looks… okay.
More intriguing is his other upcoming project, which sees him shaking things up by switching mediums. Shyamalan and former Buffy the Vampire Slayer showrunner Marti Noxon are set to co-write and executive produce Proof, a drama for the Syfy channel. More after the jump.
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Neither M. Night Shyamalan, Will Smith or Jaden Smith showed up at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, but their new movie did. After Earth had a subdued, small panel Saturday morning featuring screenwriter Gary Whitta (Book of Eli) and director of photography Peter Suschitzky (The Empire Strikes Back) talking about the world in which the 2013 sci-fi action film is set.
After the jump, you can watch the first viral teaser for the film as well as several revealing clips from the panel itself. Read More »
Buried in the incredibly busy Saturday schedule for San Diego Comic-Con 2012 is a panel concerning M. Night Shyamalan‘s latest film, After Earth. The sci-fi film, which stars Will and Jaden Smith, seems like a natural fit for Comic-Con, but neither the director or its two leads will be in attendance.
Instead, the panel will be in a medium sized room. It will feature the screenwriter and director of photography, and focus more on the comic books designed to accompany the film than it will on the movie itself. Seems like an odd approach but, in this reveal, we do get the first official plot synopsis of the movie. Most of the information has been rumored before but now it’s official. Check it out below. Read More »
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Comic Con kicks off in San Diego on July 11, and with the show only a month away we haven’t had too much concrete news about what will appear, and what is likely to miss the show. We know that The Dark Knight Rises won’t be there, as Warner Bros. and Christopher Nolan have avoided SDCC in the past, and the film opens just after the event, anyway.
But what will be there? Quite a few studios aren’t bothering with the big Hall H panels that have been a cornerstone of the film presence in the past: Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Relativity Media, DreamWorks and DreamWorks Animation reportedly won’t do Hall H panels, and Universal remains undecided on that front.
But Disney and Marvel will be in Hall H, and Warner Bros. has plans to show up with non-Nolan footage. More info is below. Read More »
M. Night Shyamalan recently started shooting his new film After Earth, in which a family crash lands on Earth one thousand years after humanity has vacated the planet. Will Smith plays a father who is captured by an Earth-dwelling force after the landing, leading his son (Jaden Smith) to mount an effort to save him. Zoe Kravitz and Sophie Okonedo also star in the film.
The elder Smith and Shyamalan have posted some images from the early days of filming. Now Jaden Smith has shared his own image, which shows the suit he wears in the film. It’s our first real look at any of the actual production design for the movie; check it out below. Read More »
M. Night Shyamalan, Will Smith and Jaden Smith are currently in Costa Rica shooting the Summer 2013 blockbuster After Earth and it seems like the trio are dead set on keeping the fans involved in the action. Shyamalan has been posting several behind the scenes shots at the film’s jungle location and Smith’s camp is even getting into the mix, posting our first look at the father and son as they’ll appear in the film. Will is aged up and Jaden is much more clean cut, as they’ll play a father and son who return to Earth 1000 years after the planet has been abandoned. Check out all the photos and more after the jump. Read More »
M. Night Shyamalan is mere weeks away from getting back in the director’s chair for his Will Smith/Jaden Smith sci-fi epic After Earth and he’s already begun to use social media to tease us all about it.
The director of Unbreakable and The Sixth Sense recently tweeted two photos from the production offices of the film, which is about a family who crash lands on Earth 1000 years after humans have left the planet. The story centers on what happens when a heroic father (Will Smith) is captured, forcing his underachieving son (Jaden Smith) to save him. It also reportedly stars Zoe Kravitz and Sophie Okonedo to round out the futuristic family.
Check out the images and let the dissection begin after the jump. Read More »