Never met a dead horse he couldn’t beat: Harrison Ford tells the Los Angeles Times that George Lucas is considering a fifth Indiana Jones film. Of course he is.
But for those who might wonder about those fleeting non-franchise projects,
, Anthony Hemingway. Red Tails does now have a director
That parrot is definitely deceased: Johnny Depp is reportedly getting $56 million for a fourth Pirates Of The Caribbean film. Fifty. Six. (Or is it four?) Million.
The no-brainer: Christopher Nolan to make third Batman film, start production in February. Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Gary Oldman will return. Nothing sarcastic here, move along.
Okay, so it’s a prequel. Or something: Guillermo del Toro is directing The Hobbit, if you haven’t heard. But he also wants to do a Frankenstein movie. Hopefully he doesn’t pick up any of Peter Jackson’s King Kong mojo while he’s down in New Zealand.
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Yes, it’s true… Mark Hamill will be voicing the Joker in the
Batman: Arkham Asylum game. It’s been posted on his website.
Rumorville: Perth Now is reporting that the music for a filmed in Sydney that “could have 400 half-hour episodes” (umm…) will be recorded in Perth by Malcolm Luker. Okay then! Of course, George Lucas (or a good impersonator) Star Wars TV series was spotted down under last week. I guess we’ll get the full story (or not) in November.
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Inspired by the success of
The Dark Knight’s Joker, io9 has some thoughts on keeping your villains villainy – what makes them great, how they go wrong, and how not to ruin their effectiveness. Darth Vader is used as an example in the last – and I can’t say I disagree. Continue reading
Batman kicked ass at the box office yet again this weekend, netting $441.5 million and moving it ever closer to A New Hope’s domestic box office record…
The Dark Knight’s Joker meets The Fresh Prince of Bel Air in this amusing filk/mashup. ( via)
Batman’s latest had taken in $324.3 million by Monday, putting it
on the fast track to beat out on the domestic list of top grossing films Personally, I find TDK’s slim chances at taking out that Star Wars for the #2 spot Titanic schlockfest far more disheartening.
earlier this morning, breaking the $16.9 million record The Dark Knight took in $18.5 million from its midnight release Revenge of the Sith set back in 2005. TDK’s 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. showings were not counted, but it’s sure to make a mint this weekend. better watch his back… Spider-Man 3
UPDATE: Indeed, it took in
$66.4 million Friday, breaking Spider-Man 3’s opening day record of $59.8.