I’m gonna say it. Guys kiss. A lot. If you can’t get past that I feel sorry for you both for the obvious reasons and that you’ll be missing out on television series like “Torchwood.”
Now mind you, I'm not saying we've got “Queer as Space-Folk”
BUT a lot of the characters are...more receptive to a wider range of options. So too, in some ways, are “Torchwood”
Added by Cyrus on October 4, 2008 at 1:00pm —
Steven Seagal actually said to MTV that he wants to do another US movie that would deal with extraterrestrials. Soooo.... Is this inspired by Speed 3?
Added by Harms on October 4, 2008 at 12:46pm —
Source: Rope Of Silicon
Bill Maher's Religulous got off to a strong start in New York when it was released in two theaters on Wednesday and made $6,619 per location. It has continued its momentum as it added 500 more screens on Friday and held relatively the same per/theater average with an estimated $1.1 million on Friday on its way to an anticipated $3.3 million for the weekend and a potential top ten placement. Of course, this isn't going to be the weekend #1, but it is certainly… Continue
Added by Aaron on October 4, 2008 at 8:07am —
Upon the release of the new Dragonball movie (which is doomed from the start), I began reminiscing my time as a anime fanboy. If cartoons was my childhood, then anime is my teen years. Anime became the IN thing for me back in high school as for every teenagers out there. I would find ways to watch anime shows, old or new on TV or from my friend's torrent downloads. No doubt it was just a phase in my life and I soon lost interest in it during my Bachelor studies. But a few of the anime series… Continue
Added by MaxJayJay on October 4, 2008 at 5:11am —
In the year 2005 and out of nowhere, A Chipmunk Christmas, the 1981 holiday special that started the classic 80's animated series, came out on DVD (perhaps it has to do with the fact that the DVD came out the same day as Star Wars Episode III among other things). Since then, Paramount Home Entertainment has released numerous DVDs of the animated series. One in 2006, two in 2007 and at least five in 2008. Three of which have been packaged into a new DVD set featuring Alvin & The Chipmunks… Continue
Added by Aaron on October 3, 2008 at 10:38pm —
Now, by the time Meet the Spartans came out, I thought that Friedberg and Seltzer would have gotten the hint and learn from their mistakes. Unfortunately, they must have been visiting local high schools for the ideas of their films, because they can't be smart enough for their own good. Making this movie is just going to new heights... sorry, new lows, because all they're doing is the same stradegy for all their films, non-stop cheesy, unfunny… Continue
Added by Ben Cape on October 3, 2008 at 10:35pm —
Take note, for those that have not read the comic, consider this a spoiler or two....
New Watchmen Footage Screened!
October 2, 2008
Warner Bros. just unveiled a first look at Watchmen to an eager audience at their studio lot in West Hollywood. Director Zack Snyder joined costume designer Michael Wilkinson and Production Designer Alex McDowell for the event, showing off the first 12 minutes and a few… Continue
Added by Mike on October 3, 2008 at 10:30pm —
Source: George 'El Guapo' Roush, Latinoreview.com
The Independent has an interview with Kevin Spacey where he talks about acting and theater and how he likes to grab dude's asses.
It's not news that he signed on the dotted line for a sequel to Superman Returns, but I guess filming may start sooner than I thought if this is correct:
That may not go down so well with the producers of the follow-up to Superman Returns, who will be paying him big bucks to reprise… Continue
Added by Aaron on October 3, 2008 at 9:33pm —
At first sight, this intro would have stricken fear into the heart of any real
STAR WARS fan. Well, you can lay those fears to rest for the first two episodes, (yeah, you read correctly. They opened with two episodes for the premiere.), return back to STAR WARS fundamentals.
Episode I: "Ambush"
'Ambush' regals a tale of Yoda on a mission to Toydaria to settle negotiations with the the king of the planet. On his way there,… Continue
Added by Poopa Claus on October 3, 2008 at 9:00pm —
Mamma Mia the Broadway hit musical arrives to movies with an very good version. If you watched and liked the musical then you will love the movie. I must say that this movie has everything, its entertaining, enjoyable, funny, it has a very nice rhythm. The story is great, the plot is excellent. It has a wonderful cast, Meryl Streep is excellent, her performance is flawless and she doesn't sing that bad, she looks that she really enjoyed this role. Pierce Brosnan is also very good as always,… Continue
Added by Daniel on October 3, 2008 at 8:45pm —
TO THE CRETINS WHO WATCH MTV WHO HAVE DEIGNED TO VOTE "RIO" BY DURAN FUCKING DURAN BEST "MUSIC" VIDEO OF ALL TIME.... THOSE THAT IGNORE HISTORY ARE CONDEMMNED TO REPEAT IT...im sick of the lionisation of has been SCUM who were shit "back in the day" and have been coasting ever since...
the associates "sulk" was released same month as "rio"..ah it could have been so different..for the ignorant the associates were basically BILLY MACKENZIE & ALAN RANKINE (bill sang, al did… Continue
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Added by The Spill Crew on October 3, 2008 at 5:57pm —
Souce: LA Times
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Harrison Ford said that the next installment in the Indiana Jones franchise is building momentum and that George Lucas is already working on a suitable plot.
Ford said "It's crazy but great" and that "George is in think mode right now."
"It's automatic, really, we did well with the last one and with that having… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on October 3, 2008 at 5:30pm —
When I heard news that people are green-liting the new Dragonball movie based of the mangas by Akira Toriyama, I already knew that its gonna suck, hard and dry. While never a fan of Dragonball, I do enjoy watching from time to time and its fun seeing huge testosterone jocks duking each other out with energy blasts and earth-shattering moves. This series has elements of chinese mythology, weird characters, interplanetary scenarios and hardcore battles where anything is possible. A series like… Continue
Added by MaxJayJay on October 3, 2008 at 2:13pm —
Source:Warner Bros. Pictures
Principal photography is set to begin on location in London for the action adventure mystery Sherlock Holmes, being helmed by acclaimed filmmaker Guy Ritchie (RocknRolla), for Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures.
Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) brings the legendary detective to life as he has never been portrayed before. Jude Law stars as Holmes' trusted colleague, Watson, a doctor and war veteran who is a formidable ally for… Continue
Added by Aaron on October 3, 2008 at 2:11pm —
British funnyman Ricky Gervais
has announced his plans to quit acting to focus on writing and directing because he doesn't think he's a very good actor.
Gervais says, "I'm not going to make a career of it (acting), certainly not. Being one of the leads is very nice and flattering. But I'm not pursuing it. I've… Continue
Added by Tessa on October 3, 2008 at 1:34pm —
has posted the full teaser trailer for Dragonball
The film adaptation stars Justin Chatwin, James Marsters, Jamie Chung, Emmy Rossum, Eriko Tamura, Joon Park, Chow Yun-Fat, Texas Battle, Randall Duk Kim and Ernie Hudson.
hits theaters on April… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on October 3, 2008 at 9:30am —
Variety is reporting that George Romero's new zombie film (still without a title) has been cast.
The plot involves inhabitants of an isolated island off the North American coast who find their relatives rising from the dead to eat their kin. The leaders of the island feud over whether or not to kill their reanimated relatives or preserve them in hopes of finding a… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on October 3, 2008 at 8:59am —