The Hangover 2
Con el plus de que ahora el cameo importante será de Mel GibsonThe film will feature the same crew from the original smash hit – Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zack Galifianakis and Justin Bartha and, notably, Ken Jeong as the wacky gangster – and will bring the pals to Thailand where the find danger lurking in Bangkok. Mike Tyson's cameo in the first installment tickled audiences and showed a comedic side to the controversial boxer.
Ou yeah la uno en verdad es una muy buena películaThis may be just what Mel Gibson needs. With his personal life in turmoil recently, spending some time with the guys from The Hangover might do him some good.
According to the New York Post Gibson, 54, is set to do a cameo in The Hangover 2. A source also confirms to PEOPLE the actor will appear in the movie.
Ok una parte de lo que ya se sabía, Marvel al ser adquirída por Disney tenía contrato con Paramount, para realizar las películas de "Iron Man 2," "Thor," "Captain America: The First Avenger" y "The Avengers." Así como su distribución y publicidad.
Obviamente Disney no estaba muy acorde con ello, así que se ha anunciado que Disney tendrá la distribución y publicidad de Avengers, dejando a Paramount con Thor y el Capi.
Además han anunciado oficialmente Iron Man 3 planeado para debutar en cines el 3 de Mayo de 2013 ou yeah si no se acaba el mundo podremos ver a Tony de nuevo enfundado como Iron Man.
http://www.hitfix.com/articles/disne...and-iron-man-3The Walt Disney Company today issued a short news release confirming the long expected news that the studio was taking control of a number of Marvel Studios upcoming feature film releases.
When Disney bought Marvel in the fall of 2009, Paramount Pictures had a contract to distribute four more Marvel films: "Iron Man 2," "Thor," "Captain America: The First Avenger" and "The Avengers." And while Disney publicly stood by that agreement, it was clear from those on the inside the Mouse House didn't make such a dramatic investment to let its competitor across town take the box office glory associated with the popular "Iron Man" franchise. Even if a majority of the profit went to Disney. Now, the two sides appear to have come to a compromise.
According to the announcement, Paramount will continue to release "Thor" and "Captain America: The First Avenger" in 2011. After that point, Disney will distribute "The Avengers" and, publicly confirmed for the first time, "Iron Man 3." "The Avengers" already has a previously announced release date of May 4, 2012.
In order to facilitate the new arrangement, Disney is paying Paramount what is in effect a $115 million kill fee to get out of the deal. Although, in order to make sure Paramount keeps its best efforts in the meantime, that won't be paid out until after "Captain America" opens next year.
This is a smart move for Disney as it brings all the non-"Spider-Man," "Fantastic Four" and "X-Men" franchises under their tent. The company already has an "Avengers" animated series debuting on Disney estoy babosoestoy baboso this week and is developing plans for Marvel characters to appear in Disney theme parks.
For Paramount, this isn't good news in the long term. The company loses valuable franchises that will hurt its leverage with theater owners on the distribution side. It will have to hope for more "Transformers," a rejuvenated "Mission Impossible" franchise and, possibly, a distribution deal with MGM if the Spyglass merger goes through.
"Thor" opens May 6, 2011. "Captain America: The First Avenger" debuts July 22, 2011. "The Avengers" is set for a May 4, 2012 release. "Iron Man 3" has a May 3, 2013 release date at this time.
Si observamos con atención y detalle la segunda imagen, nos presenta diversos puntos marcados en el mapa, entre ellos New Mexico -donde encuentran Mjolnir- y tambien observamos una marca justo a la mitad del oceáno atlántico, hogar presumiblemente de Namor; ojala apareciera en la película.
Cabe recordar que Namor y el Capitán América formaron uno de los primeros super equipos al ser parte de la alineación de los Invaders, junto a Bucky, The Vision -el original- y Human Torch Toro entre algunos otros.
En adición, si observan a detalle podemos ver que también se encuentra marcado Wakanda, país ficticio hogar de Black Panther.
Son datos uber ñoños que nos permiten empañar los lentes de asombro
EDIT: Tambien hay una marca en la Antártida, lugar donde se encuentra al Cap América congelado
Qué pedo con tu vida qué eres licenciado en comics o qué.
James Cameron apuesta a todo en 3d, avatar, Titanic, titanic 2, star wars, calzones y calcetines, en fin todo para el señor debe ser 3d
Nos habla de una nueva franquicia que trate sobre Cleopatra y buscando posiblemente a Angelina Jolie para el papel.With the upcoming release of the Avatar special extended collector’s edition DVD and Blu-ray, James Cameron once again spoke about his landmark film along with his thoughts on 3D post-conversion, his 3D re-release of Titanic (and possible T2) George Lucas’ upcoming Star Wars 3D re-release, and an untitled Cleopatra movie (possibly starring Angelina Jolie).
Está convenciendo a George de sangrar aún más a los fans y trasladar Star Wars a 3dThere’s a Cleopatra project in work, meaning that it’s been in development at Sony. And it’s a subject that’s always fascinated me. So yeah, I’ve been talking to them about it but no decisions have been made. But it sounds hot, doesn’t it? I mean, Angelina Jolie and Cleopatra? To me, that’s like a slam dunk. Whether I wind up doing it or not, I think it’s going to be a great project.
De igual forma menciona que posiblemente Terminator 2 llegué al formato nuevo.I’ve been encouraging him to do that for years. He and I went to ShoWest in 2005 and he showed a little bit of converted “Star Wars” and I showed some of my 3-D stuff, and we said, 3-D is coming. We wanted to get exhibitors excited about 3-D so they’d put it in the number of screens that we needed. George has been talking about this for a long time and it’s finally coming to fruition, and I think that’s the true and correct use of the conversion technology, is for movies that are already done and are already beloved films. I want to do it with “Titanic,” maybe I’ll go back to “T2,” I don’t know. Steven [Spielberg] could do it on some of his films that we’d all, I’m sure, love to see in 3-D. But it has to be done right, and it has to be done with the blessing and the supervision of the filmmaker.
Así mismo anuncia y deja entrever los planes que tiene para Avatar 2, por cierto una nota curiosa es que Sigourney Weaver ha dado pistas de que su personaje en avatar podría no estar realmente muerto ya que dejo entrever una posible aparición en Avatar 2
Bueno estos tipos son amos de la mercadotecnia y vender productos bonitos para que los compren todos, aún así mi fanboy me ganará y seguramente compraría la mayoría de sus proyectosQ: There’s a lot of curiosity about what your next movie will be. Is an “Avatar” sequel a fait accompli?
A: I wouldn’t say it’s inevitable because we still haven’t worked out our deal with 20th Century Fox. So we’re still in an ongoing negotiation on that. Because it’s a big piece of business, and I’m trying to map it out as a game plan that stretches forward 10 years. And they don’t like to think that long term. We’ll get it worked out, probably. I would assign a high probability to that. Whether that’s my next film or not remains to be seen.
Aquí la nota de Sigourney:
http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2010/10/19...avatar-sequel/ aquí completa"It's always a mistake in science fiction to make these judgments on the dead," Weaver coyly told MTV News during a phone interview this weekend. Should we take that to mean that Grace hasn't slipped into the great beyond with Eywa just yet?
"You didn't really see her die," she said. "What you saw was... something happen. I think that [James Cameron] wants all of this to be a surprise, but don't buy the funeral wreath quite yet."
We certainly won't, Ms. Weaver, if that means we've got an opportunity to spend more time with you on Pandora! Whether or not she's involved with the sequels, Weaver has given some thought to the "Avatar" franchise and where she would like to see the story go.
"I think that the challenges to Pandora will continue," she said. "I do think that humans will be back. I also think that maybe we'll get more of a chance to live a Na'vi life. I think we want to be in that world and I, for one, would love to be a Thanator in that world! I just think we have a big appetite for going back there, and I know that Jim will do everything he can to satisfy us and take it to even more parts of Pandora that we don't even know exist yet."
Se viene otra rápido y furioso, sip otra más
Former cop Brian O'Conner partners with ex-con Dom Toretto on the opposite side of the law. Since Brian and Mia Toretto broke Dom out of custody, they've blown across many borders to elude authorities. Now backed into a corner in Rio de Janeiro, they must pull one last job
Jo en el cast podemos ver a The Rock y a Elsa Pataky
THE DARK KNIGHT RISES
Será el título de la 3 película de Nolan a cargo del caballero de la noche:
Al parecer en Warner estaban ansiosos de poner a Bats en 3d, afortunadamente Nolan les convenció que la tecnología no les favorecía y seguirán manejando escenas en IMAX, la verdad las escenas en IMAX de la anterior película eran geniales.Big news from the Batman camp in today’s L.A. Times: Christopher Nolan has revealed the name of the third film in his Gotham City trilogy. In July 2012, we’ll be queuing for The Dark Knight Rises.Not only that, but in something of a bombshell, Nolan went on to dispell what many had begun to assume to be a given – “It won’t be the Riddler,” reports L.A.T.’s blog Hero Complex. So easy to get ahead of yourself, isn't it? Of course, true to form, the director wouldn’t reveal who it would be.What Nolan seemed most interested in imparting was that he’s convinced Warner Bros. to keep telling his story in 2D, and to continue down the path of hi-def IMAX sequences. And he’ll get no argument from us on the subject – if it ain't broke, etc.The post contains one other potentially juicy, »
Además desminitó los rumores de que el villano sería el Acertijo, y deja abierta la posibilidad para la baraja de villanos con que cuenta el murciélago, aunque hay que recordar que a Nolan no le gustan los villanos con poderes, y su tendencia ha sido a humanizar a todo el universo de Batman
"Deadpool" Drops Robert Rodriguez for an Unknown Director"
http://www.worstpreviews.com/headlin...#ixzz13bKHFKQD20th Century Fox attached Ryan Reynolds to star and Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) to direct "Deadpool," a spin-off of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." But the two men have been so busy, that the studio has been considering replacing Reynolds.
LA Times is now reporting that Reynolds is staying and Rodriguez is getting replaced with little-known Swedish commercial director Adam Berg, who has never helmed a feature film before but gained plenty of acclaim for his "Carousel" short (watch it below).
"Deadpool" script is being penned by "Zombieland" writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick with the help of Reynolds. At this point, the movie is being targetted for 2012.