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September 14, 2011

The Goon creator Eric Powell has posted this early test footage for the movie that is voiced by Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti.

Based on the cult comic from Dark Horse Entertainment, the comic follows the adventures of a muscle-bound brawler who claims to be the primary enforcer for a feared mobster. The stories have a paranormal and comedic edge to them and concern ghosts

Writer/director David Twohy is definitely returning to the land of Riddick, but based on this early report from Moviehole, the series seems to be heading back to the low-key Pitch Black approach and not the ridiculously over-produced tone found in the sequel, The Chronicles of Riddick. Yes, Vin Diesel is back.

Apparently casting is well underway for the as-yet-untitled Riddick 3, but those guys… Continue reading Early Details Emerge for the Third 'Riddick' Adventure












Like Russell Crow, Gerard Butler’s choice of recent films has not set Hollywood afire — ‘Law Abiding Citizen,’ ‘The Bounty Hunter’ and ‘The Ugly Truth,’ each moderate successes, has done little to kick the Scot further up the serious leading man ladder. That may change with ‘Machine Gun Preacher,’ in which Butler stars as Sam Childers, a former drug-dealing biker tough guy who found God and… Continue reading Early Edition: Gerard Butler, 'Quantum Hoops,' and 'Hunger Games' Sequel (Already?)

Steven Spielberg will be making his first Comic-Con appearance next week as part of the mogul’s efforts to drum up more excitement for his big-screen adaptation of the beloved Belgian comic book character Tintin, which will be using the not-quite-accepted-by-audiences motion-capture technology. ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ — with translations published in more than 80 languages and with more than 350 million copies of the books sold to date — is… Continue reading Early Edition: Spielberg Brings 'Tintin' to Comic-Con, David Goyer Walks With 'Godzilla,' More

Is July too early to be predicting who’ll be in the running for next year’s Best Actress Oscar?

Not when we’re getting our first glimpses of Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher in ‘The Iron Lady’ and Glenn Close as a Victorian woman passing as a man in ‘Albert Nobbs.’

Can there be any doubt these two will be going head to head at the 2012 Academy Awards? The race will very likely… Continue reading Meryl vs. Glenn: A Ridiculously Early Look at the Oscar Race for Best Actress