Well, now we have our new movie Superman, and like Christopher Reeve and Brandon Routh before him, he’s a relative unknown. It’s a good thing, too, because that way it’s easier to feel optimistic about the final movie. When it comes to on-screen translations of our favorite fictional characters, ignorance is bliss. It’s a little something I call the Michael Cera rule.
Mark Webber, who played Stephen Stills in Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, has hired Cera, Seyfried and his own two-year-old son for his next directorial effort.
The end of the year is almost upon us, which means it’s time to reflect some. Let’s start with a simple one, shall we? What’s your pick for the best movie of the year? Click through and share some thoughts.
Here’s the thing: I am completely caught up in all of the hype surrounding The Walking Dead TV show. I have read the interviews, watched the trailers, been slightly skeeved out by the people dressing up as zombies and walking around the place to promote the show. I am entirely waiting for this show to knock my ever-lovin’ socks off. And that terrifies me.
Am I the only one who thinks that – Inception and Scott Pilgrim aside, this year has been weirdly devoid of interesting or uber-blockbuster movies? Is this the year of lull?
More proof that Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim has conquered the world: In addition to the final book release two weeks ago and the release of the movie in a little over a week, Adult Swim has announced that they’ll be running a short cartoon based on part of the graphic novel series that didn’t make it into the movie, called Scott Pilgrim Versus The Animation.
The full tracklisting for the soundtrack to Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World has been released, and in between the hipster rock and traditional classic, I have one simple question: How did the Bluetones end up on here?
A new clip from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World that premiered during the 2010 MTV Movie Awards showcases Michael Cera versus Chris Evans in a highly stylized combat scene.
Director Edgar Wright schedules three additional days of shooting on Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World for later this month, but don’t worry — the man has a plan, and it sounds kind of great.