As “Edge of Tomorrow” introduced audiences to its take on the mech suit, we look back at some of the most memorable sci-fi movie weapons – from Death Stars to phasers.
Ahead of Friday’s release of Elysium, writer/director Neill Blomkamp talks at length with Spinoff Online about artistic freedom, shooting his first big-budget film, socioeconomic issues, and what comes next.
Writer/director Neill Blomkamp has announced he’ll reunite with his District 9 and Elysium star Sharlto Copley for the sci-fi comedy Chappie.
A March 13, 2013, release date is set for Neill Blomkamp’s District 9 follow-up Elysium.
Elysium is coming closer to reality, as Neill Blomkamp’s latest has found a distributor in the form of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
District 9 producer Neill Blomkamp isn’t planning on straying too outside of his comfort zone with his second movie, Elysium. It’ll be another socio-political science-fiction thriller, and it’ll once again star Sharlto Copley.
It might take some time for Neill Blomkamp to return to the story of Wikus van de Merwe, but the District 9 filmmaker appears to be sticking with his science fiction roots based on a new viral video.
If Peter Jackson doesn’t, as many have suggested, direct The Hobbit movies, will one of his proteges take on the responsibility? Rumor has it that District 9‘s Neil Blomkamp will turn out to be the man in charge.
Is there a District 9 sequel in our future?
District 9 actor Sharlto Copley reprises his critically acclaimed role of Wikus van der Merwe in an entirely unexpected fashion.
What kind of actor would star in a movie based on a young adult novel written by a shamed memoirist with a script by the men behind Smallville? I’m tempted to say “a masochist” – or perhaps someone who simply needs the work – which is why I’m more than a little surprised that the answer is “That guy everyone loved from District 9.”