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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The ‘offer’ story is one of the more useless developments in the movie news business. Because offers go out all the time, and the reason we don’t hear about most of them is that they’re meaningless as news. The offer is part of the process of getting a film made, but until it actually turns into an actor making a deal with a part it isn’t really news. (Even the most famous offer stories, like David Lynch and Return of the Jedi, are only worth a damn as footnote trivia.)
But this one is a little better, because not only has Colin Farrell been offered the lead in the Len Wiseman-directed remake of Total Recall, he’s begun negotiations to take it. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 21st, 2010 by Germain Lussier
When they said that Quatto Lives, they weren’t kidding around. Colin Farrell is reportedly at the top of a list that also includes Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender to star in a remake of the 1990 Paul Verhoven/Arnold Schwarzenegger film Total Recall. We last heard about the project in July when Len Wiseman (Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard) was announced as director of a script by Kurt Wimmer (Salt, Equilibrium) The film will be a “a new, contemporized adaptation of Total Recall, which was based on the story, We Can Remember It for You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick.” We’ve got more after the jump. Read More »
Len Wiseman is in final negotiations to direct a “contemporized adaptation” of Total Recall, which was based on the story, “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale” by Philip K. Dick – the book that spawned the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film. Last year, Columbia Pictures hired Kurt Wimmer to pen the remake. Neal H. Moritz will produce through his Original Film banner (yes, a company called Original Films is in the remake business).
I’m not one of those people that think a Total Recall remake has to be aweful, but signing Wiseman to helm said remake gives me less faith that it is achievable. Read More »
What if Paul Verhoeven‘s Total Recall were adapted into a broadway musical? Arnold Schwarzenegger performs “The Mountains of Mars” from “Total Recall: The Musical” in a video embedded after the jump.
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Posted on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 by David Chen
In this week’s episode of the /Filmcast, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Adam Quigley ring in the new year with thoughts on Total Recall, Land of the Lost, and Youth In Revolt. Also, some thoughts on Sam Mendes doing Bond, Spidey IV being scrapped, and the classic Casablanca. Special guest writer/director Rian Johnson joins us this week (and felt incredibly honored to do so). Rian’s latest film, The Brothers Bloom, is now available for purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray.
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Buttholejeah decided to edit a nearly four minute video containing all of the deaths from the Arnold Schwarzenegger film Total Recall. And yes, the video includes ALL of the deaths, even including the death of the Johnny Cab, the rat and the goldfish. Watch the video embedded after the jump.
Dutch Southern has a new t-shirt called “Product Placement”, a design created by Josh Eacret.
It’s a tribute to the fake products and companies found in movies, and to the filmmakers who didn’t want to sell out or get sued by real corporations. Each logo is accurately recreated in painstakingly detail by Josh Eacret’s hand.
After the jump you can find a complete listing of the fictional companies listed, and which movies they appeared in.
Posted on Friday, July 17th, 2009 by Peter Sciretta
We’ve been writing about artist Tyler Stout since I first found his “Remember the Alamo” poster at the Alamo Drafthouse. The Austin based artist frequently provides kick ass posters for the Alamo’s special events, most of which we have featured on /Film: Robocop , The Road Warrior , Spaced , Hellride , Big Trouble in Little China, The Lost Boys, The Warriors , The Thing, Blade Runner, and The Big Lebowski. The Alamo Drafthouse commissioned Stout to do a new poster for Total Recall, and MondoTees is selling a 24? x 36? screenprint with metallic inks for $30. The $75 limited variant is unfortunately already sold out.
Dan Meth has created a movie timeline for futuristic movies, proving that the future presented in sci-fi classics are rooted in alternatie parrellel universes. Check out the full timeline after the jump.