In this edition of Sequel Bits:
- Alex Garland says not to expect another 28 Days Later sequel
- M. Night Shyamalan? provides an update on Glass
- Piper Perabo joins the third Olympus Has Fallen film
- A new Pacific Rim Uprising video
- Sci-fi miniseries V is being rebooted as a movie
- Mile 22 already has a sequel in the works
- John Wick Chapter 3 begins filming soon
- J.J. Abrams says Cloverfield 4 is a “crazy movie”
- Zach Galligan really wants Gremlins 3
- Henry Rollins‘ cannibal flick He Never Died is getting a sequel
- Jamie Lee Curtis appears to have wrapped on the new Halloween
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In He Never Died, Henry Rollins plays a recluse who almost never interacts with anyone, and rarely even leaves his apartment. He’s also basically immortal. Oh, and a cannibal. With a determined, deadpan performance, Rollins takes the lead for the first time in his occasional acting career, and this first He Never Died clip makes the outcome look like it might be strange and potentially good. Read More »
One of the films I regret missing at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival is a campire rock musical titled Suck. Rob Stefaniuk‘s Canadian independent rock comedy tells the story of “a rock ‘n’ roll band that will do anything to become famous.” In a post-Twilight age, it is easy to write off any young vampire movie as just another one of those tween flicks, but this looks different. And early reviews coming out of the festival were very positive. Watch the trailer now, embedded after the jump. And as always, please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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Funny Or Die’s GI Joe parody probably has a bigger all-star cast than the actual movie. Written by Daniel Strange & Kevin Umbricht, The Ballad of GI Joe shows us what the GI Joes do in their off time for fun, through a brilliant musical number.
The list of stars features include: Laz Alonso as Doc, Alexis Bledel as Lady Jaye, Billy Crudup as Zartan, Zach Galifiankais as Snow Job, Tony Hale as Dr. Mindbender, Vinnie Jones as Destro, Joey Kern as Tomax and Xamot, Chuck Liddell as Gung Ho, Julianne Moore as Scarlett, Henry Rollins as Duke, Alan Tudyk as Shipwreck, Olivia Wilde as The Baroness, and Sgt. Slaughter as Himself. Watch the video embedded after the jump.
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