This week, I had the chance to get an early look at a scene from the upcoming Child’s Play remake, which just released a brand new trailer. I also spoke with director Lars Klevberg and producers Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg about why they wanted to modernize a popular horror character, their approach to the new story, and more.
Check out our description of the scene and their quotes below, including some brief updates about Grahame-Smith’s rumored Fantastic Four script and the feature-length Kung Fury film. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, February 15th, 2018 by Jacob Hall
Update: Contrary to early reports, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s specific role in the film has not been confirmed. We have modified the original article.
Well, if you’re going to make an outrageous and over-the-top tribute to schlocky ’80s cinema, this is how you do it. Kung Fury, the big screen follow-up to the viral short film of the same name, has added action icon Arnold Schwarzenegger to its increasingly bizarre cast.
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Kung Fury, the WTF internet sensation inspired by ’80s action movies, is getting a feature-length remake/sequel, and it’s found the unlikeliest of stars: Michael Fassbender. Fassbender, who will also produce the film, will co-star with David Hasselhoff. We’re not making any of this up.
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If you can’t wait for the opening of Jurassic World to see dinosaurs used to their full potential in a movie, you’re in luck — there’s a free movie full of kung-fu madness, Nazis, cheap ’80s animation, Norse gods, and, yeah, dinosaurs, that you can watch for free right now.
Kung Fury, featuring a cop who hacks time to fight Hitler, has exploded onto the internet, and the half-hour nuke blast of action comedy is embedded in full below. Read More »
Think of your favorite crazy, low-budget off the wall genre movie. Imagine that as “normal,” and maybe you can understand the madness that is Kung Fury.
Directed by David Sandberg, it’s the story of a renegade kung-fu cop who travels back in time to kill Adolf Hitler. I know what you’re thinking: “Been there done that.” But not like in Kung Fury. Shot in a style similar to what Robert Rodriguez did with Sin City, the film takes that wacky premise and adds dinosaurs, vikings, gods, robots, and video games, rolls them up, and uses them to beat logic to death. It’s kind of the ultimate Fantastic Fest movie and now you can check out the first trailer.
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